NORTH BRUNSWICK — State Police and police in Middlesex County are investigating cooperatively the theft of an unmarked state police car which was used in several robberies, authorities said.
ATLANTA (AP) — Gasoline prices rose several cents overnight amid continuing fears of shortages in Texas and several other states in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey's strike on the Gulf Coast.
The future of Atlantic City’s casino industry, liquidation of the former Trump Taj Mahal, classic Boardwalk foods and the Ruff Ryders beach concert highlight the latest episode of “-30-,” The Press of Atlantic City’s television show, which airs 7:30 p.m. Thursday on Stockton University’s channel.
No sport is more closely associated with Atlantic City than boxing.
ATLANTIC CITY — After almost 40 years, no one messes with Bessie Watson as the supervisor of the city’s school crossing guards.
It's a much colder week than we thought we'd see in March. But for stylish South Jersey residents, that just meant breaking back out the puffer coats and leather booties. Here's this week's picks for Style in the Street. Check back next week who is spotted next.
ATLANTIC CITY — An Atlantic City police officer was hospitalized Thursday along with a driver after a crash on Albany Avenue that shut down traffic in both directions.
New Jersey health care providers are bracing for deep costs and financial burdens as some experts say nearly 800,000 residents are at risk of losing health insurance coverage if the Affordable Care Act is repealed.
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — Personality conflicts threaten the ongoing operation of the popular Cape May County Park & Zoo, according to a report filed recently in state court.
CAPE MAY — City Council is poised to lock in a new contract for police Chief Anthony Marino less than two weeks before a new administration takes office.
We’re asking Press readers to send in their best memories of the casino, from stories to photos. Send your memories to email@example.com.
Monday marks 8 days until Atlantic City’s Trump Taj Mahal closes its doors for good. We’re asking Press readers to send in their best memories of the casino from stories to photos. Send your memories to firstname.lastname@example.org.