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Gas prices are rising throughout the country and the state, and drivers are starting to adjust their routines to find the cheapest prices and use less fuel.
South Jersey residents endured a surprisingly heavy snowstorm Friday — especially in Cape May County, where more than 7 inches fell in some areas.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Store owners called it the end of an era as they packed up decades-old Shore Mall properties in preparation for a partial demolition.
A movie about homelessness in America will be shot next month in Atlantic City, and city officials hope it will bring more filmmakers to the area.
New Jersey Office of Emergency Management released a list of which municipalities and organizations have received Sandy relief money as of Jan. 8.
ATLANTIC CITY — A few of the 33,000 pipes in Boardwalk Hall’s organ — the largest organ in the world — are in tune again.
Bus riders dressed warmer, outdoor workers moved faster and HVAC companies worked overtime as South Jersey dealt with a bitter cold front that arrived Tuesday and is forecast to last the rest of the week.
Amid aerialists serving wine and models in chocolate-covered evening gowns, Revel executives were viewing the New Year’s Eve celebration as a sort of rebirth for the resort.
A microwave-sized boulder that appeared in the shallows of the lagoon behind Mark Supple’s Brigantine home was not his first concern after Hurricane Sandy.
A tent that will house the Life in Color New Year’s Eve party at Bader field in Atlantic City is more than 75 percent complete, a spokesman for the event’s promoter said.
After record-breaking rainfall, high winds and unseasonably warm weather Wednesday, the National Weather Service is predicting snowfall in South Jersey on Saturday.
After record breaking rainfall, high winds, and unseasonably warm weather Wednesday, the National Weather Service is predicting snowfall in South Jersey on Saturday.
Eleven people were displaced after a two-family dwelling caught fire Wednesday morning in Ventnor, Chief John Hazlett said.
Police are searching for a man who shot three people Wednesday morning at a Christmas party in Vineland.
CAPE MAY — When Merion Inn owner Vicki Watson woke up Dec. 23, 2010, she was surprised to smell what she thought was candles burning — she was used to the smell of baking muffins coming up into her bedroom from the inn below.
At 7:30 a.m. Thursday, with temperatures around 30 degrees, a line stretched out the back of St. Michael’s Church in Atlantic City, through the parking lot and out onto North Georgia Avenue.
Galloway Township police arrested a Cedar Creek High School student on charges of having chemicals at his home that could be made into a bomb.
An Atlantic City man was shot several times early Sunday morning, police said.
LITTLE EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Ocean County and state fire marshals investigated what was left of a home that caught fire in the Mystic Island section early Tuesday morning.
The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage was signed over to Richard Stockton College on Monday afternoon.
Many of the customers at Starbucks on Wednesday morning in Somers Point were more concerned with making it to work — on time and with coffee — than they were with where politicians in Washington stand on the fiscal cliff debate.
Allan Darby was talking about some of the battles he fought after he survived Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
Atlantic City’s Holiday Parade will return to its traditional Atlantic Avenue route this year this Saturday.
Gilda’s Club South Jersey provides those affected by cancer with free social, emotional and education support.
A fatal crash over Hammonton Municipal Airport last year was caused by an incoming pilot’s failure to see, and heed warnings regarding, an aerobatic plane in the area, a federal report said Tuesday.
Vouchers supplied by the Federal Emergency Management Agency allowing residents displaced by Hurricane Sandy to stay in area hotels will expire Thursday, agency spokesman Mike McCormack said.
A Pleasantville man charged with the murder of a Somers Point man on Christmas Eve was indicted Tuesday, acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain said.
The woman charged with the murder of two Canadian tourists in Atlantic City was indicted Tuesday, acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain said.
Daydreaming is the fun part.
Two local charity events combined this year to raise more than $17,000, including a truckload of food for those in need, Longport Media President Dave Coskey said.
Two Atlantic County men were charged Monday with the July murder of an Atlantic City man during a shooting that also injured a baby, Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain said.
Black Friday sales meant spending Thanksgiving standing in line for some shoppers at the Best Buy in Mays Landing.
On Wednesday night at Absecon Station, dozens of travelers exited the NJ Transit train from Philadelphia. Many carried luggage and rushed to embrace family members in idling cars in the parking lot.
Atlantic City Board of Education voted Tuesday to move the date of the school board elections to coincide with the general election.
Dennis Gomes, the late casino executive, was honored by the more than 700 people in attendance at the Metropolitan Business and Citizens Association’s 22nd annual award gala at Resorts Casino Hotel Monday night.
A Manahawkin man and his business partner, who pocketed donations to their bogus Sept. 11 charity, were ordered Monday to give up the donations, pay civil penalties, and refrain from working with charitable organization, according to Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa.
An Ocean City man was sentenced Friday to six months in prison for giving ammunition to Nicodemo S. Scarfo -- son of jailed mob boss "Little Nicky" Scarfo -- and Salvatore Pelullo, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
A state senator announced legislation Wednesday that would expand penalties for looting during a declared state of emergency.
Gov. Chris Christie urged the state’s victims of Sandy to register with FEMA and called the response to the storm a nonpartisan effort, during a radio interview Wednesday with Harry Hurley.
An approaching sea storm may mean a wet start to the Thanksgiving Day week, and could cause coastal flooding, but the National Weather Service said the storm would not be a “high impact event” for the region.
A dozen students were injured Monday when a school bus traveling north on the Garden State Parkway went off the road and hit a tree Monday afternoon between exits 33 and 34.
A Galloway man who threw his infant daughter from a Garden State Parkway bridge in 2010 is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday.
BRIGANTINE - Hundreds of residents showed up to an FEMA informational meeting Monday night at the North School to ask questions about storm damage.
A 73-year-old Brigantine man’s death is the first reported in Atlantic County directly linked to Hurricane Sandy.
FEMA is moving from storm response to storm recovery phase in South Jersey, according to FEMA’s Atlantic County representative, Chris McKniff.
Volunteers used word of mouth and social media to pull together grass-roots relief stations and fundraisers across South Jersey this weekend.
Sandy or no Sandy, many Atlantic City residents rely on their community centers.
Election officials are making a variety of changes to overcome Sandy storm damage and ensure that polling places are ready for voters Tuesday.
As soon as flooding from Sandy subsided Tuesday morning, drivers on the mainland began searching fruitlessly for ways onto Absecon Island.
With Sandy approaching, many remaining Downbeach residents were calm, leisurely obeying or leisurely disregarding Sunday’s mandatory evacuation order.
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