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PLEASANTVILLE - The leaders of the Pleasantville High School Class of 2013 implored their fellow students not to let anybody stop them from achieving their dreams - and they had a famous U.S. Olympian to back them up.
Two honorees were presented Tuesday with veterans advocacy awards named after a Linwood woman who was found slain in her home a year ago.
MANAHAWKIN — Southern Regional High School’s Class of 2013 overcame some major adversity in its senior year, including Hurricane Sandy.
State Police said two men’s plans to rob a home in Cumberland County fell apart after one accidentally fired his handgun before they broke into the residence.
Coastal towns are optimistic that large portions of neighborhoods will be removed from the high-risk velocity, or V, zones with the Monday release of the Federal Emergency Management Agency's preliminary work maps.
Local emergency management officials are preparing for heavy winds, rain and large hail through tonight and are hopeful the region will be spared another derecho like the one that downed trees and power lines last June.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - George Wilkinson helped develop the boys track and field team at Egg Harbor Township High School through his leadership.
New Jersey's Economic Development Authority on Tuesday approved the "Stronger NJ Business Loan Program" to help businesses and nonprofits affected by Hurricane Sandy.
MARGATE - There's a difference between knowledge and wisdom, says Richard Stockton College President Herman Saatkamp Jr., and it's about how one treats others who are different.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Steve Lonegan believes he can become the first Republican senator from New Jersey in 41 years. And he will do it by challenging Barrack Obama and the Democratic Party.
A Galloway Township police K-9 stopped a man who was threatening others with a knife Thursday night.
A father and son were arrested for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute following an investigation by the Hamilton and Egg harbor Township police departments.
A medical marijuana facility in Egg Harbor Township has received approval from the state to begin growing its plants.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - The 39 members of Atlantic Christian High School Class of 2013 graduated Thursday from the school and classmates they have known for years.
Richard Stockton College’s William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy and The Press of Atlantic City are partnering to host multiple debates between the major-party candidates for state office in the fall election.
MARGATE - Bernie Friedenberg lived through the D-Day invasion, but he has difficulty talking about it to those who weren't there.
Atlantic City police are searching for a suspect who fired multiple gunshots on Atlantic Avenue early Wednesday morning.
A 37-year-old woman was found dead in Avalon due to an apparent heroin overdose as authorities in Cape May County continue to investigate a large influx of overdoses recently.
Galloway Township is investigating discrepancies in the account that pays its volunteer firefighters about $130,000 a year.
State police have tentatively identified the victim in Friday morning’s fatal motor vehicle crash in Maurice River Township.
Local radio host Harry Hurley was warned in 2008 not to start a charity golf tournament in a recession.
EGG HARBOR CITY - Pilgrim Academy's 2013 graduates are leaving their school and the second family they have grown close to over their entire academic lives.
A Galloway Middle School student for the second year in a row nearly made the semifinals of the 2013 Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Weather conditions may not have cooperated for beachgoers Friday, but the rain held off at night for Revel’s season-opening fireworks display.
A Vineland man’s plea to reduce his bail on murder charges was denied Friday by a judge in Gloucester County.
Hamilton Township police arrested a man accused of sexually assaulting three females, including two who were juveniles at the time of the alleged attacks.
Democratic candidates for the June 4 primary for mayor and council are pitting the current administration against the two slates of challengers who say a change is needed for the city's future.
Two drivers were hospitalized following a motor vehicle accident in Estell Manor on Thursday morning.
Visitors to Boardwalk Hall this summer in Atlantic City will go on a time warp of different musical eras - every half hour.
BRIGANTINE - Police searched the Brigantine middle and elementary schools for a potential gun for about three hours Wednesday but nothing was located.
A vigil will take place Thursday night for a 21-year-old Vineland man who was killed in a motor vehicle crash early Sunday morning in Burlington County.
A Pleasantville man who allegedly fled the scene of a fatal accident will face up to 10 years in prison after being charged today, Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain announced today,
ATLANTIC CITY -- Horses and a stagecoach paraded under a light fog before reaching Boardwalk Hall on Monday morning to promote the return of the Boardwalk Rodeo in October.
A local legislator is changing his approach to ensuring that owners of alternative-fuel vehicles fairly contribute to maintaining state bridges and roads.
The Chelsea Neighborhood Association will have a Meet the Candidates night for at-large City Council and mayoral candidates Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. The event will be held at cafeteria of the Our Lady Star of the Sea School on North California Avenue.
Stuart Griffin moved his family to Atlantic City from Cincinnati two weeks before October's Hurricane Sandy.
Five Years Ago: Absecon woman injured in fall at college
A 17-year-old girl was hospitalized following a car accident in Buena Vista Township Thursday night.
BRIGANTINE — City Council approved its 2013 budget Wednesday, which includes a nearly 7 percent tax increase, but members have an eye toward no tax increases for the future.
ABSECON — A two-vehicle accident sent four people to the hospital including two children Wednesday afternoon.
Money earmarked for local affordable housing programs will stay where it is for now, following a ruling by the Appellate Division of Superior Court.
Atlantic County authorities have arrested a Toms River man whose 4-year-old son shot a firearm that killed a 6-year-old Ocean County neighbor in April.
The Vineland Police Department is searching for a 42-year-old man who has been reported missing since last Wednesday.
Vineland police are asking residents for information regarding a 66-year-old man who was found injured in his home May 5 under suspicious circumstances and died on Thursday.
The state has filed a lawsuit against a Galloway Township hotel alleging it of price gouging during Hurricane Sandy by 283 percent.
New Jersey has awarded Atlantic City a $658,138 grant to rebuild the Absecon Inlet seawall and Boardwalk between Oriental and Atlantic avenues.
OCEAN CITY — Piece by piece the jigsaw puzzle of the water tower on 11th Street fell into itself as its removal began Thursday.
NORTHFIELD - Merry Hoopes said she appreciates every time someone remembers her husband, Jim -a New Jersey state trooper who died due to a heart ailment last September.
A Mullica Township man was charged with assaulting his neighbor with his vehicle after an ongoing dispute Thursday night.
Those who spend the most time with visitors to the resort were honored Wednesday for their contributions to the city’s tourism industry.
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