ATLANTIC CITY — The head of NJ Transit on Monday assured concerned rail riders that the upcoming shutdown would not be permanent and that the line would be reopened by Jan. 1, 2019.
CAPE MAY — People across the pews at Our Lady Star of the Sea Church fidgeted uncomfortably during Mass on Sunday, while others looked stoically at the priest while he read a letter from Bishop Dennis J. Sullivan condemning “treasonous sins” against the church’s teachings.
The first half of the week will continue to ride the coattails of this past week’s gray, and at times wet, weekend. However, a refreshing new air mass will bring what can only be described as on-target late August weather.
ATLANTIC CITY — NJ Transit Executive Director Kevin Corbett will attend a public meeting Monday at the rail terminal to meet with commuters and address concerns about the future of the train line.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — People who miss strolling the grounds of the Leaming’s Run Gardens on Route 9 in Middle Township can still experience some of the artistry of co-manager Gregg Aprill at Cape Regional Medical Center.
Meet Press Meteorologist Joe Martucci as he shares his expertise on hurricane preparedness as a panelist for the Downbeach Community Meeting on Tuesday night in Margate.
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August has been nothing short of cooking! We get a break from the heat Sunday, but at the expense of daytime showers.
Four area teachers were recognized this week as County Teachers of the Year, the New Jersey Department of Education announced.
A package of bills was signed into law recently to encourage students to attend college full-time while easing the burden of student-loan debt.
TRENTON (AP) — Gas prices in New Jersey are dropping as the Labor Day weekend and the end of the summer driving season approaches.
Nestled within the Pinelands in the Dorothy section of Weymouth Township is one school that is home to 150 students from preschool through eighth grade.
The digits 609 are a part of South Jersey’s identity, as much as pork roll and boardwalks, but a change to the area’s associated area code will come with the new year. Due to a demand for new phone numbers, the region will add a new area code, requiring 10-digit calling beginning Saturday, Aug. 18.
The weekend will be dominated by a cold front that slowly sags south through New Jersey and sets up shop in the Delmarva Peninsula. This means another weekend of some showers/storms.
ATLANTIC CITY — State Sen. Jeff Van Drew, D-Cumberland, Cape May, Atlantic, is asking NJ Transit to reconsider a temporary shutdown of the Atlantic City Rail Line.
Winds blowing off the Atlantic coast could provide four times more electricity each year than the region currently uses, according to a new report.
TRENTON (AP) — New Jersey is poised to use some $10 million in federal and state funds to beef up election security ahead of this year's midterm and going through 2023, Secretary of State Tahesha Way said Friday.
First half of Aug. scorched record
OCEAN CITY— As the season comes to a close, five city beaches will no longer be guarded beginning Monday, the Beach Patrol announced.
Two state legislative committees will meet jointly in Toms River on Aug. 23 to hear testimony on problems of single-use plastics and plastic waste and what steps the state can take to limit them.
The blazing temperatures continue Friday.
A shift in state state aid that pumped extra funding into Atlantic County’s vocational school will mean an unexpected drop in tuition prices for sending districts this year.
Ex-Vineland priest in Pa. abuse report
Strengthening high pressure off the Southeast coast will lead to high temperatures on the thermometer Thursday as we continue to bake in the heat.
WILDWOOD — The Harlem Globetrotters are in town this week teaching trick shots of the trade to kids Wednesday through Friday mornings at the Wildwoods Convention Center ahead of each of their games this week.
Health providers serving patients in Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland and Ocean counties together received more than $430,000 in federal grants to continue to improve quality, efficiency and effectiveness of health care in their communities.