A popular reality TV show serves as inspiration for the largest fundraising event ever for The Community FoodBank of New Jersey, Southern Branch.
ATLANTIC CITY — Property owners will not see an increase in their municipal property-tax bill for the second consecutive year after City Council unanimously adopted a $225 million budget Wednesday night.
The cold front that brought showers and storms during the Tuesday p.m. hours also brought lower temperatures and humidity to last us through the rest of the workweek.
The average hottest day of the year peaks this week in South Jersey.
In his several months as a U.S. Senate candidate, Republican Bob Hugin has spent millions of dollars — much of it his own money — creating attack ads accusing incumbent Bob Menendez of legal and ethical corruption.
A bill in the state Legislature that require counties eliminate the title of "freeholder" is driving a debate over whether the title is racist.
The spotted lanternfly, an Asian pest that attacks grapevines, fruit trees and other nursery plants, has arrived in New Jersey from its stronghold in eastern Pennsylvania.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — A free showcase full of exhibitors and experts on health care for people with physical, psychological or other disabilities is set to return to Stockton University for the fourth year.
MARGATE — A 26-year-old Cumberland County man and a 25-year-old Ventnor man were arrested early Wednesday after police found them with items that had been stolen from cars, city police said.
ATLANTIC CITY – Two men were arrested Tuesday for aggravated assault in two separate incidents, according to police.
ATLANTIC CITY _ Two men were arrested Tuesday night for aggravated assault in separate domestic violence incidents here, according to police.
STAFFORD TOWNSHIP — Two 23-year-old Manahawkin men were arrested Monday after police found over six pounds of marijuana and 100 vials of THC oil during a search of their homes, according to a statement issued Wednesday by the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office.
LACEY TOWNSHIP — If Exelon Generation Co. sells the Oyster Creek nuclear plant, another company would handle the lengthy and complex process of dismantling and cleansing the site of radioactive contamination.
An inspection of boardwalk businesses in Atlantic City and Seaside Heights found 12 establishments in violation of state consumer protection laws and regulations, New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and the Division of Consumer Affairs announced Wednesday.
NEW YORK (AP) — Put away your wallet — you won't have to pay hundreds of dollars to see Bruce Springsteen's Broadway show.
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Carol Hafner is on the Democratic primary ballot for an Alaska U.S. House seat.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — FanDuel Group says it will launch online sports betting and an internet casino in New Jersey, hopefully in time for the start of football season.
LACEY TOWNSHIP — More than 100 people came out to air their concerns about aspects of closing the Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station at a meeting with federal regulators Tuesday, and heard the plant’s license may be sold to a third-party company that would oversee the decommissioning process.
Single-use plastic bags and straws will no longer be allowed in Atlantic County parks, but enforcement will be through warnings for about a year, according to an ordinance passed Tuesday by freeholders.
An Egg Harbor City woman just debuted the Billboard charts.
MAYS LANDING — The first pre-trial conference for the last man alive charged in the 2012 murder of veterans’ advocate and businesswoman April Kauffman is scheduled for Thursday.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Kiley White, of Galloway Township, convinced a family she was terminally ill and had them take her into their home for nearly five weeks, police said.
TOMS RIVER, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey shopping center was closed after heavy rains and a leaky roof sparked an electrical fire.
BRIDGETON — A 9-year-old girl died Tuesday morning when gunfire erupted outside her home and a stray bullet pierced the wall of the room where she slept, police said.
A second woman is suing Stockton University, claiming she was raped at a 2017 fraternity party, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court.
U.S. Route 9 has reopened in Lower Township following a Tuesday accident.