HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — Sue DePhilippis lived in peace at the beginning of her stay in the Eaglesmere community.
MAYS LANDING — A gag order filed by the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office Thursday seeks to silence an alleged Pagans motorcycle gang leader charged with the 2012 murder of veterans advocate and businesswoman April Kauffman whose social media accounts have been filled with posts proclaimin…
BRIDGETON — Police labels marked the spots where bullets struck the white house around midnight Tuesday at Church and Elmer streets, piercing the walls and fatally wounding 9-year-old Jennifer “Chikis” Trejo as she slept.
OCEAN CITY — A seven-year-old boy is in stable condition after being hit by a vehicle Friday morning.
The Camden man who was shot July 14 in Vineland by police was carrying garden shears wrapped in a T-shirt and threatening he had an explosive, the Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office said in a statement.
LONG BRANCH — Gov. Phil Murphy signed a bill Friday banning smoking at New Jersey's public beaches and parks, yet local communities can explicitly opt out and set aside a small section for smoking.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — The Board of Trustees at Stockton University approved a tuition and fee increase of 2.5 percent Thursday for the upcoming school year.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — In a courtroom Thursday, the same woman who allegedly faked her terminal illness and deceived a family into five weeks of care smirked and laughed at the family who said she took advantage of them.
ATLANTIC CITY — Seven-year-old Ava Copes stood up against a crane game booth Thursday afternoon studying the Squish toys at Central Pier and moving the claw left and right to press her luck.
A popular reality TV show serves as inspiration for what is expected to be the largest fundraising event ever for the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, Southern Branch.
In his several months as a U.S. Senate candidate, Republican Bob Hugin has spent millions of dollars — much of it his own money — on attack ads accusing incumbent Bob Menendez of legal and ethical corruption.
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.
A bill in the state Legislature requiring counties to change the title of “freeholder” is driving a debate over whether the title is racist.
High pressure anchors into the Northeast for the remainder of the work week. Then, a pattern more typical of the fall or winter will bring an unsettled stretch for part of the weekend and into next week.
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.
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.
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.
A second woman is suing Stockton University, claiming she was raped at a 2017 fraternity party, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court.
ATLANTIC CITY — Three casino properties have taken steps beyond applying for a license to begin accepting sports wagers as soon as possible.
ATLANTIC CITY — Ocean Resort has joined the state’s thriving internet gambling market.
U.S. Rep. Tom MacArthur, R-3rd, has introduced legislation to extend the National Flood Insurance Program through hurricane season.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Plans for a women’s golf program at Stockton University have been put on hold following the sale of the Seaview Hotel and Golf Club.
ATLANTIC CITY — Bobby Peterson reminisced about growing up in the Ducktown section of the city and fondly recalled a family feel in a neighborhood full of history.
A deeply golden, even slightly orange handful of fire rises in the dusk each day and spends the entire night crossing low across the south sky. That imposing mass of celestial flame and fame is none other than the most fascinating of all Earth’s fellow worlds, the planet Mars — making its cl…