As budget tensions grow in Trenton, the state Senate is moving forward with legislation to rework the state’s school funding formula that has left some local districts underfunded by millions of dollars since it was enacted in 2008.
LOWER TOWNSHIP — After years of planning and $6 million spent on renovations and equipment upgrades, Cape May County officially launched its centralized dispatch center at the Lower Township Public Safety Building at the county airport.
LOWER TOWNSHIP — The body of a man was found by kayakers in the Delaware Bay in the Town Bank section of the township Sunday afternoon.
The New Jersey Division of Pensions and Benefits reduced the pension of a former police union president and retired Cape May police officer who pleaded guilty last year to embezzling about $105,000 in union funds.
The humidity comes to a boiling point Tuesday, only to be quelled by a cold front later in the afternoon.
PLEASANTVILLE — It’s the end of the school year at the Leeds Avenue School, and a first-grade student has chosen popcorn chicken, green beans and milk for lunch. Although her tray is full, she says she is still hungry.
We have a graduation edition of On The Road! I visited Ocean City High School, where the class of 2018 will receive their diplomas Monday afternoon. Maggie Wallace, Hunter Leeds and Josh Leeds uncover their plans for the future, as well as why the city is a South Jersey Special.
Temperatures across much of South Jersey hovered in the low 90s Monday, like the rest of New Jersey.
SEASIDE PARK — Police responded to several fights that broke out on the Boardwalk and beach Saturday evening after a large, social-media planned party brought an influx of visitors to the borough.
Ocean City tops the list of New Jersey coastal towns with large numbers of properties projected to face chronic high-tide flooding by 2045, undermining real estate values and tax ratables, according to a new study by the Union of Concerned Scientists.
OCEAN CITY — Six people aboard a boat that caught fire were rescued Sunday by the Coast Guard.
The most oppressive day of 2018 so far will occur Monday with temperatures in the 90s and a heat index near 100 degrees on the mainland. However, refreshing weather is not too far away.
For many people, summer may not actually begin on Memorial Day Weekend, or the first day of June, or even Fathers' Day.
OCEAN CITY — There she is, Miss New Jersey 2018.
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It will feel more like being on the grill than standing behind it for dads on Father’s Day.
SEA ISLE CITY — In response to concerns from local residents, city police have installed new road signs and painted bike lane marking to increase safety for bicyclists, pedestrians and drivers, according to a news release.
Cape May Police issued a warning Saturday to residents about a phone scam targeting Atlantic City Electric customers.
OCEAN CITY — The second and last night of Miss New Jersey 2018 took place Friday night.
The MV Twin Capes, a luxurious ferry intended to be the jewel in the crown of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry system, was sent to the bottom of the ocean off Delaware on Friday, after years of sitting unused in Lower Township.
Between Father’s Day weekend and more and more schools letting out, the beaches continue to fill up.
DENNIS TOWNSHIP — State Police have identified the man who was killed Friday afternoon in a motorcycle accident on Route 47.
SEA ISLE CITY — The new owners of LaCosta Lounge and Deck Bar said they are looking to “create something special” at the sprawling entertainment complex that has catered to generations of local residents and visitors.
A new poll shows New Jersey residents want smoking off their beaches. South Jersey towns, along with the state, seem to be following suit.
The average Atlantic City Electric customer would pay $10.66 more per month if the state Board of Public Utilities approves the company’s request for an 8.25 percent rate increase.
Who can help teens suffering from mental health issues and contemplating suicide?