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The Palace of Depression in Vineland is pictured on Friday, October 19, 2018. Photo/Charles J Olson

Saturday will bring morning showers with afternoon sunshine to South Jersey, with temperatures in the upper 60s. Read more from Press Meteorologist Joe Martucci

Take a look through some photos of 'The Palace of Depression' in Vineland, a reconstructed palace after the original built in 1929 was demolished in 1969. 

Looking for something fun to do this weekend or want to try out some new dishes? Check out what we have for you

The township is the first in Cumberland County to have a drone team ready to respond to emergencies.

An esports consulting company is working with the state Casino Reinvestment Development Authority to bring multiple video game tournaments to Atlantic City next year

More than 50 area residents participated in this year’s Career Day in Atlantic City, to talk with students about their own professions.

Who was crowned Ms. Senior America in Atlantic City? Check out the full photo gallery here.

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