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Some local town officials are rethinking how they run their municipal courts for financial reasons.
PLEASANTVILLE — Police tape and gun shell casings littered West Adams Avenue on Friday afternoon, as police investigated a shooting that hospitalized at least one man.
SOMERS POINT — When St. Joseph Regional Catholic School students return to school in September, they will see a new computer lab, a new gym floor and a newly paved parking lot.
Within hours of 15-year-old Nioami Lazicki-Gaston being struck and killed by an alleged drunken driver on a Middle Township roadway, parents Christina and Bill Gaston had decided to begin a campaign to make the road safer.
PLEASANTVILLE — City officials say construction on the first phase of an $150 million City Center redevelopment project is expected to start in spring — a year and a half behind schedule.
More than 35 vendors — each targeting issues specific to women — lined the storefronts of Tanger Outlets, The Walk, on Saturday during the 10th annual Women’s Expo.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — Leyla Lorick went to work on a plate full of pancakes and eggs Saturday morning at Applebee’s in Mays Landing.
AVALON — Allan Mackey learned to love three things from his father: music, the Philadelphia Phillies and the beach.
Linwood has decided who its next emergency medical services provider will be.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — Rain fell on Bill French’s parade Friday, but the 92-year-old township resident didn’t care.
LINWOOD – The City Council voted unanimously Wednesday night to appoint Darren Matik to the council seat vacated last month by former Councilman Matthew Levinson.
Somers Point resident Sarah Schaffer sat in a dunk tank Tuesday in Tony Canale Park in Egg Harbor Township waiting for pint-sized hurlers to dunk her, which happened even after the tosses missed their intended target.
Ben Brotsker was already in the job market when he decided to go back to school for a degree in computer science and information systems.
With the ocean crashing at their feet and a bongo thumping in their ears, about 30 people joined hands Saturday at Corsons Inlet State Park to unite against offshore drilling.
SOMERS POINT — Shiho Burke’s family was ravaged when the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan, on Aug. 6, 1945.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — A long-vacant property on the Black Horse Pike could soon be the home of a Wawa.
NORTHFIELD — After years of planning and months of debate, City Council is finally scheduled to vote Aug. 28 on controversial revisions to the city’s land-use ordinance.
Officials are still trying to iron out the wrinkles of the two-month-old shared emergency dispatching agreement among Linwood, Northfield and Egg Harbor Township.
SOMERS POINT – An empty dirt lot has replaced two vacant chain restaurants on MacArthur Boulevard.
Sometimes, meeting celebrities in person can be a disappointment. Not all of them are friendly, and most are not actually the person they portray on screen.
After almost a decade of planning, construction on an expansion of the Otto Bruyns Public Library of Northfield is almost set to begin, pending the hiring of a builder.
SOMERS POINT — Dora Israel lives in silence.
LINWOOD – An anonymous tip has led to the discovery of a marijuana-growing operation in a Patcong Avenue home.
PLEASANTVILLE — When Jose Ruiz Sr.’s family relocated to Pleasantville from the Bronx during the early 1970s, they were one of the few Latino families in the city.
PLEASANTVILLE — Police will have a closer eye on activities in the city’s downtown thanks to a handful of newly installed surveillance cameras.
TOMS RIVER — Many markets have struggled since the housing bubble burst about 2006. But Ocean County has consistently ranked near the top in the state in foreclosures over the past few years.
Yesterday was hot. It is still hot today and it will be hot again tomorrow.
With temperatures expected to reach the high 90s in South Jersey today, Atlantic Electric is asking its customers to conserve energy.
NORTH WILDWOOD — About 14 years ago a group of firemen were sitting around discussing ways to raise money to support the Anglesea Volunteer Fire Company, when one of them — a barbecue enthusiast — suggested a barbecue festival.
NORTHFIELD — Yellow-caution tape still hung from several posts in Birch Grove Park on Saturday.
A 20-year-old Ocean City man has been charged with the armed robbery of a Somers Point gas station, more than seven months after his blood was found at the scene of the crime.
An Egg Harbor City man already in federal custody on murder charges has been charged with a fatal 2010 shooting in Galloway Township.
A Pleasantville man has been charged with a fatal Christmas Eve shooting at the Marina Del Ray Apartments.
An Egg Harbor Township mother and her two children were hospitalized Friday after their car struck a tree head-on.
ABSECON – Two people were hospitalized in a two-car accident that closed portions of two city roadways Wednesday morning.
Six months after admitting it repeatedly falsified response times in its reports to Northfield, AtlantiCare announced Tuesday that it will not bid on a new shared Emergency Medical Services contract for Linwood and Northfield.
Many South Jersey towns that own and operate municipal docks and boat ramps continue to invest taxpayer dollars to maintain them, even though the docks are often not profitable.
HARVEY CEDARS — Hundreds of people went out in record heat Saturday for a chance to buy homemade crafts such as small airplanes made out of beer cans.
NORTHFIELD — The route for the city’s annual Fourth of July parade is usually lined with crowds of cheering people on both sides of the street.
NORTHFIELD — For nearly four decades — dating to the nation’s bicentennial — the city’s Fourth of July celebration and parade has been an annual tradition.
State and federal agencies responsible for replenishing beaches have recently agreed to alter some New Jersey projects — and change the shape of the state’s coastline — at the behest of one group: surfers.
Instead of catering to one genre of music to accompany headliner Metallica, this weekend’s Orion Music + More Festival at Bader Field embraced the diversity of its lineup.
LINWOOD — Every year, a high school valedictorian, salutatorian or class president stands in front of their peers at graduation and says that the life lessons learned in high school will prepare their graduating class for adulthood.
Amid a sea of smoke and open alcohol containers, tangible expressions of freedom, democracy, capitalism and hope served as a refreshing opening act for the jam band Phish on Saturday — the second of the band’s three-day stop at Bader Field.
PLEASANTVILLE — Nearly 200 teenagers walked across the Pleasantville High School football field for the final time as high school students Thursday evening.
SOMERS POINT – Two city residents have been charged with multiple counts of criminal mischief and theft after they allegedly vandalized several properties, including a church.
ATLANTIC CITY — Hoping to piggyback off the success of the “Stop the Silence” videos, a new video was filmed at Atlantic City High School on Thursday to target a new problem: wet.
ATLANTIC CITY — For more than a half-century, the Atlantic City’s NAACP Freedom Fund Awards have acknowledged members of the community who go out of their way to give back to the community.
SOMERS POINT — The Route 52 causeway project loomed over the MacArthur Boulevard corridor for more than a decade.
MARGATE — Leo Schoffer credits his father, Sam, a holocaust survivor, for a lot of his own accomplishments.
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