• “No flu shot can cover every strain, but we predict that certain strain will be coming around this year and the effectiveness of the flu shot can range from anywhere from 10 percent to about 50 percent."

    SNJ Rewind: South Jersey News Week in Review

    Your SNJ Today recap of southern New Jersey news videos from the past week, plus a few event ideas for the weekend. 

  • Cooper was expected to acquire the assets of Trinity Health New Jersey, including Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center.

    Cooper University Health Not Buying Lourdes, Other Trinity Health Assets

    This just in ... Cooper University Health Care announced today that it will no longer pursue the acquisition of Trinity Health’s New Jersey assets, including Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center, Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington, and St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton. 

  • Police Seek Shoplifters Who Stole $1,400 in Baby Formula from Walmart

    Police say the two men pictured in surveillance photos allegedly stole more than $1,400 worth of baby formula from the Walmart located on State Highway 77 in Upper Deerfield Township. 

  • Grant of $737,000 Awarded for Cumberland County THRIVE Initiative

    Researchers at Rutgers University will work with the three-year program to come up with effective ways to combat the issues.

  • Crepe Cutting Caps Off La Petite Creperie Opening at Trop

    On Friday, December 16th, local officials and crepe lovers gathered at the Tropicana Atlantic City for the grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new La Petite Creperie.

  • State Officials Serve Lunch at VOA Holiday Luncheon

    The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities President Richard S. Mroz helped serve lunch at the Volunteers of America Delaware Valley holiday luncheon as part of Governor Christie's Season of Service initiative. 

  • Third grade students brought in over 100 books to send to Evangeline for her parents to read to her while going through treatment.

    South Jersey Students Continue to Light Up Evangeline's World

    Third-grade students and teachers at a Cumberland County elementary school are spreading holiday cheer to a young South Jersey girl battling cancer. 

  • Bill Introduced to Rescue N.J.'s Nuclear Plants

    On Friday, December 15th, lawmakers introduced a bill that would require New Jersey's electric utilities to purchase credits from nuclear power plants.

  • 'Holton's Heroes' Toy Drive in Third Year, Benefiting CHOP Patients

    The non-profit organization Holton’s Heroes was launched two years ago as a way to support child patients, such as the kids at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).

  • The three men are suspects in an assault that occurred at the Cherry Hill Mall.

    Cherry Hill Police Search for Trio Suspected of Assault

    If you recognize the suspects, you are asked to call the Cherry Hill Police Department.

  • Members of the New Jersey State Police helped make the holidays brighter for a South Jersey toddler battling cancer.

    3-Year Old Cancer Patient Made 'Official' New Jersey State Trooper

    Members of the New Jersey State Police helped make the holidays brighter for a South Jersey youngster battling cancer.

  • The new facility has over 5,000 square feet of showroom, 13 offices, and a service shop.

    Team Nissan Celebrates Reopening of Vineland Facility

    Team Nissan officials say it was hard work, determination, and the support of the community that helped get them through tough times to end up where they are today.

  • Police, Students Shoot Hoops for the Holidays in Atlantic City

    It was officers against students in a game of hoops for the holidays.

  • Warming Centers Open During Extended Code Blue, Volunteers Needed

    Multiple Code Blue alerts have been issued throughout South Jersey over the past week —since last Friday, December 8th — and will continue to be in effect until at least the morning of Sunday, December 17th.

  • Camden County Inmates Celebrate Christmas with Community

    The Diocese of Camden celebrated Mass with inmates at the Camden County Correctional Facility to give them a chance to enjoy the holidays, and connect them with resources and members of the community.

  • Cape May Brewing Benefit Helps Keep Food Bank Shelves Stocked

    The holiday season tends to be a time where food banks across the country see an abundance in donations, which prepares them to give plenty of food out to their clients.

  • Man Admits Role in $100K Postal Service Money Order Scheme

    A Tennessee man has admitted to his role in a $100,000 scheme involving stolen blank money orders he received from a former South Jersey U.S. Postal Service worker, authorities said.

  • Each child received three gifts and met Mr. and Mrs. Claus.

    Honda of Turnersville Hosts Annual Holiday Party for Archway Program Kids

    A local car dealership held a holiday event to give local kids in need a little piece of holiday cheer.

  • The bottle failed to ignite, and police search for the suspect.

    Suspect Sought in Attempted Arson at Galloway Police Station

    Officials in Atlantic County are looking for a man suspected of attempting to start a fire outside the lobby of a South Jersey police department.

  • During December, personnel from the Sheriff’s Office have collected over 100 toys for Toys for Tots.

    A Little Help from Your Friends at the Atlantic County Sheriff’s Office

    The Atlantic County Sheriff’s Office, PBA Local 243, Teamsters Local 331, and other personnel have been collecting toys for the United States Marine Corps Toys for Tots program.

  • Glassboro Police Investigating Tuesday Morning Burglary

    Police say a newer model SUV, possibly a Buick Enclave or Chevrolet Traverse, entered the parking lot of the store and dropped off three suspects before leaving.

  • Students and staff will be relocated to elementary schools in the district.

    Holly Glen Elementary to Remain Closed to Remedy Mold Issues

    School officials in Monroe Township announced that Holly Glen Elementary School will remain closed for the rest of the 2017 to 2018 school year while contractors work to correct moisture issues.

  • Each year CASA of Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem Counties asks the community for support of their Angel Tree.

    Volunteers Help CASA Provide Gifts for Kids this Christmas

    Santa’s elves were hard at work in Bridgeton on Wednesday, December 13th, wrapping those presents to guarantee that kids in Cumberland, Salem, and Gloucester counties get a gift for Christmas.

  • The summit, held at Cooper University Health Care, focused on the opioid abuse epidemic.

    Christie Urges for 'Effective, Non-Opioid Alternative' for Pain

    The American Pain Association hosted a summit in Camden Wednesday to address the ongoing challenges and strategies related to combating America's opioid epidemic.

  • Hard Rock A.C. to Train City Residents in Construction Jobs

    "I think it's great that the people that are growing up in the city have the opportunity to be a part of the progress that occurs in the city."

  • Cumberland County College Holds 'Celebration of Lights' for Area Children

    Cumberland County College gave local elementary school students a chance to experience holiday traditions from around the world.

  • Revel in Atlantic City could re-open by May 2018.

    Colorado Company Buying Revel?

    On Tuesday, December 12th, Moody's Investors Service issued a report stating that the Colorado company has presented its plans to purchase Revel for $200 million and reopen in this upcoming May.

  • Remembering Pat DiNizio, N.J.'s Professor of Rock

    Pat DiNizio will go down as one of the most talented musicians ever to come out of New Jersey. When I first learned of his passing on the morning of Wednesday, December 13th, I recalled how ...

  • Campbell's Chefs Prepare Annual Holiday Feast at Kroc Center

    Sounds of chopping and stirring, with the smell of marinating barbecue and turkey fresh out of the oven took over the kitchen Wednesday, December 13th, at the Salvation Army Kroc Center as chefs from the Campbell’s Soup Company took over to prepare an annual holiday feast.

  • Atlantic City Casino Revenue Continues to Improve

    The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has released its latest figures and they reveal that Atlantic City's casinos saw a 4.6-percent increase in revenue for the month November.

  • Suspects forced entry into the home and killed Amir El-Basirbey.

    Vineland Police Investigating Homicide, Home Invasion

    Police say 24-year-old Amir El-Basirbey was shot and killed inside a home after unknown suspects forced entry into the home.

  • The man pictured is wanted in a fraud incident that occurred in the Cherry Hill Mall.

    Cherry Hill Police Investigating Apple Store Fraud Case

    The Cherry Hill Police Department says the man in surveillance photos is wanted in connection to an incident of fraud that occurred at the Apple Store inside the Cherry Hill Mall.

  • The changes will take effect starting January 20th.

    New N.J. Area Code Goes into Effect in January

    Residents and businesses with a 609 area code are likely to be switched over to the new 640, and the process will be finalized by mid-August of next year. 

  • NOAA Hopes $450,000 in Funding Will Bolster U.S. Ocean Farming

    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) says it will be providing $450,000 to expand aquaculture operations and production in the region in hopes offsetting the country's $14 billion seafood trade deficit. 

  • Pat DiNizio, Lead Singer of N.J. Band Smithereens, Dies at 62

    Smithereens lead singer Pat DiNizio, a New Jersey native and one-time independent candidate for U.S. Senate, died Tuesday at 62, the band announced.

  • Shore Offers Patients Healing Sounds of the Season

    Shore Medical Center is providing some “feel good” Christmas tunes for all who enter the lobby of the Somers Point hospital.

  • Tonight Is the First Night of Hanukkah

    Tuesday, December 12th, is the first night of Hanukkah, a time when the Jewish community celebrates one very significant time in Jewish history.

  • Cumberland County Church Members Celebrate 'Our Lady of Guadalupe'

    On Tuesday, December 12th, volunteers of the Parish of the Holy Cross in Bridgeton ran a mini-marathon as part of their festivities for Our Lady of Guadalupe Day. 

  • The six-acre park will be an improvement on the neighborhood's environment.

    Phoenix Park 'Rises from the Ashes,' Opens in Camden

    Officials in Camden have officially opened the final phase a new park aimed at improving the quality of life for residents in the area.

  • Universities.com ranked the two-year community college No. 1 in computer graphics.

    RCGC Computer Graphic Arts Program Ranked No. 1 in State

    A local community college has been recognized as one of the best colleges for computer graphics in the state of New Jersey.

  • Did You Know It's Illegal to Sell Home-Baked Goods in N.J.?

    A group of home bakers are suing to overturn a New Jersey law that says they can't bake their cakes and make money too.

  • Revel in Atlantic City could re-open by May 2018.

    Could Revel Have New Owner?

    The latest report has the building reopening as early as May 2018 under new ownership, but the current owner denies it.

  • New legislation that would allow Atlantic City casinos to remain open in the event of a state government shut down has moved one step closer to approval.

    Measure to Avoid Casinos Closing During Shutdown Approved

    On Monday, December 11th, a New Jersey State Senate committee approved a measure, which would allow casinos to keep their doors open no matter how long a state government shutdown takes place. 

  • Phil Murphy to Appoint N.J.'s First Sikh Attorney General

    Gov.-elect Phil Murphy will nominate Bergen County prosecutor Gurbir Grewal as the state's next attorney general.

  • Visitors can purchase any items they want at whatever price they want and donate it to the Food Drive.

    Cape May Brewing to Raise Money for S.J. FoodBank

    Cape May Brewing Company will be holding its first ever Food Drive Fund Drive to help the Community FoodBank of New Jersey on Dec. 14th.

  • The study finds that black adolescents experiencing depressive symptoms tend to express their depressed feelings by complaining about conflicts with others and physical pains.

    Rutgers Research: Black Adolescents Express Depression Differently

    Black adolescents express depressive symptoms differently than people from other age and racial groups, requiring that clinicians take this into account when developing treatment plans, according to a new study led by a Rutgers University–Camden researcher.   

  • This time of year is great for an apple or pear cobbler. It can be topped with dairy-free ice cream for those who don’t eat dairy.

    Healthy Cooking Tips for the Holiday Season

    It is the most wonderful time of the year. A season that also centers around food with holiday office parties, cookie exchanges, and family get-togethers.

  • Photo: Brian Galetto

    Vineland Native Recounts 'Thomas' Fire, Ventura Devastation

    We need your help. I am asking all friends and family members from the East Coast to consider donating to help our community.

  • A Secret Santa delivered holiday cheer to many Millville residents over the weekend.

    Secret Santa Pays off $49,000 in Layaways at Millville Walmart

    Rivera is one of more than 200 customers of the Millville Walmart who found out that a Secret Santa paid for their layaway balance.

  • “No flu shot can cover every strain," said Ballaro. "But we predict that certain strain will be coming around this year and the effectiveness of the flu shot can range from anywhere from ten percent to about fifty percent."

    Flu Season Starts Stronger Than Last Year

    It seems like everyone knows someone who’s got a bad cold or even worse the flu.

  • Bottino Cancer Foundation Donates $120K to Cancer Care in South Jersey

    On Monday, December 11th, the Bill Bottino Cancer Foundation donated $120,000 to the Inspira Health Network Foundation Cancer Care in Vineland and the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Care Center in Washington Township.

  • On Monday, December 11th, officials with Robin's Nest got to work putting some finishing touches on Santa's Workshop at their headquarters in Glassboro to bring holiday cheer to children in need this holiday season.

    Robin's Nest Brings Santa's Workshop to Glassboro

    On Monday, December 11th, officials with Robin's Nest got to work putting some finishing touches on Santa's Workshop at their headquarters in Glassboro.

  • Camden County College will begin new student shuttles in January.

    Student Petition Brings Shuttle Service to Camden County College

    The shuttle service came about after a nursing student at the college obtained 300 signatures on a petition to bring the service to the campus.

  • The parade wrapped up with a chance for everyone to meet Santa Claus.

    Atlantic City Boardwalk Christmas Parade Makes Fine Debut

    Atlantic City got into the holiday spirit this weekend with its first annual Christmas parade on the Atlantic City Boardwalk.

  • Woodstown Quakers Crank Up the Volume for Humanitarian Demining

    With the help of his fellow Quakers, Jack Mahon of Elmer, New Jersey, has dedicated the last 10 years to sending magnetic locators to poor and struggling communities throughout the world. 

  • 5 Pups Need Owners, Even if They Don't Do Yoga

    Within a few hours of being rescued, the dog had a litter of five puppies at the Pampered Pup Luxury Pet Resort. 

  • Ronald McDonald House Children Visit 'North Pole'

    Officials with the Ronald McDonald House in Camden teamed up with representatives with New Jersey Transit to bring the popular children's tale to life.

  • ating a fire in Blackwood that displaced over 20 residents.

    22 Displaced Overnight in Lakeview Apartments Fire

    Firefighters and police departments across Gloucester Township responded to a townhouse fire in the Lakeview Apartments complex in Blackwood. 

  • Superstorm Sandy Blue Acres Buyout Program celebrated its 500th demolition

    500th Flood-Prone Home in State Demolished in South Jersey

    A program started under Governor Chris Christie's administration has reached a big milestone.

  • A Code Blue is in effect Dec. 11th-Dec. 14th in Cumberland County.

    Cumberland County Code Blue Warming Centers Open Through Dec. 14th

    Warming Centers, which will be open from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m., in Cumberland County include the following ...

  • Norcross Announces $3.25 Million Grant for Affordable Housing Units

    The grant will be used to build low-income housing options in Cherry Hill and Gibbsboro.

  • Gateway Wrestling Coach Nominated for National Hometown Hero Award

     Rutter said assistant coach Jon Soucek and the mother of former wrestlers Bubba and Chris Norris nominated him for the award.

  • See the Rise of Non-English Speaking Residents in Your Town

    New Census data shows that about 2.6 million New Jersey residents now speak a language other than English at home and that population grew faster over the past decade.

  • Vintage N.J. Photos That are Works of Art

    There are always some that simply stand out because they were taken by folks like you and me, usually using the basic cameras we had available to us back in the day.

  • Give the gift of blood to help others this season.

    American Red Cross: Give Blood for the Holidays

    The American Red Cross is asking South Jersey residents to "think outside the gift box" and donate blood this holiday season.

  • Family of Late Police Officer Winners of New Roof

    This year marks the 10th anniversary for East Coast Roofing and Siding’s annual free roof giveaway, where they team up with other local companies to help someone in the community.

  • Healthcare Careers Explored at Gateway Regional High School

    A South Jersey high school gave students a chance to explore different careers in healthcare.

  • Atlantic City Upgrading Street Lamps with LED Bulbs

    Officials say the new streetlights will not only save the city money, but will also improve lighting, making communities safer for everyone.

  • Campos Family Denied Stay of Removal, Face Deportation to Mexico

    Oscar and Humberta Campos leave behind three children, ages 16 to 24, who are U.S. citizens.

  • This year alone the Housing First Collaborative was able to provide housing to 22 homeless individuals, which officials say not only helps end homelessness but also provides a brighter future to those in need.

    M25 Initiative's Mission to End Homelessness in Cumberland County Continues

    Local and state officials gathered in Cumberland County to discuss how far the county has come in its fight against homelessness and what more still needs to done.

  • Atlantic City Gets Ready for the First Ever 'Boardwalk Christmas Parade'

    Deck the boardwalk with holiday spirit as the first ever Christmas Parade comes to the Atlantic City Boardwalk on December 10th.

  • Camden County Activates 'Cold Blue' for Cold Temps and Snow

    The Camden County Health Department and the (Camden County) Office of Emergency Management are working with towns within the county to ensure that proper resources are available to residents.

  • Dena Blizzard's 'Chardonnay Go' Board Game Follows Viral Video

    After Dena Blizzard's Facebook Live video went viral, a parody of the Pokémon Go craze, she knew she had something that a lot of women could relate to.

  • Rutgers-Camden is investing $7.5 million into replacing and upgrading Campbell's Field in Camden.

    Rutgers-Camden Keeping Campbell's Field in Camden

    The university will be adding bleachers, locker rooms, and fields for both the public, and its NCAA Division II teams.

  • Atlantic County is preparing for the potential of its first snow accumulations of the season.

    Atlantic County Storm Prep Activities

    Atlantic County is preparing for the potential of its first snow accumulations of the season beginning late Friday (December 8th) and continuing through Saturday (December 9th).  

  • Hearts and Harleys has been able to raise enough money to give out three different scholarships to two different high schools.

    'Hearts and Harleys' Raising Awareness about Domestic Violence

    The tee-ball field in Egg Harbor City, where Gavin Pabst played a sport he loved, is along the path of the Hearts and Harleys poker run, the biggest fundraiser the charity holds all year.

  • The event featured discussions, performances, and rapper Talib Kweli as the keynote speaker.

    Stockton University's Annual Hip-Hop Summit Features Talib Kweli

    The 2017 hip-hop summit — Stay Woke: Using Hip-Hop as a Tool for Consciousness Raising — was held at Stockton University's Campus Center Theater on Thursday.

  • Record Number of LEAP Students Inducted into Rutgers Scholarship Program

    On Thursday a record 672 students from Camden's LEAP Academy Charter School were inducted into the Rutgers Alfredo Santiago Endowed Scholarship Program.

  • Since it began, the non-profit has donated gifts and food items to more than 1,000 South Jersey families and it's a tradition they hope to continue for years to come.

    Group Brings 'Spirit of the Holidays' to HIV and AIDS Patients in Voorhees

    A South Jersey non-profit is getting into the holiday spirit by giving back to patients affected by HIV and AIDS.

  • Santa Claus Cruises into Cooper Hospital via Helicopter

    Santa Claus took a quick trip to Cooper University Healthcare to deliver presents and holiday joy to pediatric patients.

  • Bridgeton Set to Start Municipal ID Card Program Next Week

    The City of Bridgeton will begin issuing Bridgeton Municipal ID cards next week.

  • Pentagon Performance Inc. will provide intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance services in Congo to the U.N.

    Pentagon Performance Inc. to Help U.N. Mission in Congo

    The company received the notification back in September and is currently in the final stages of contract negotiations.

  • Christie Joins Hundreds at Statehouse for Candlelight Vigil on Drug Addiction

    Pam Garozzo was among the hundreds of people who went to a candlelight vigil for drug addiction around this time last year on the steps of the Statehouse in Trenton.

  • New Census Data: Nearly a Third of N.J. Residents Don't Speak English at Home

    About 2.6 million residents, or 30.7 percent, above the age of 5 speak a language other than English at home, according to U.S. Census Bureau numbers released Thursday.

  • United Way Makes Holiday Volunteering Easy

    This time of year is full of festive fun and gift-giving. But one local organization is spotlighting the importance of seasonal giving by volunteering.

  • Officials gathered in hopes of raising awareness about cases just like these in hopes of keeping families together.

    Prayer Vigil Held for Parents Being Deported to Mexico

    A South Jersey community rallied together this morning to show their support to a mother and father who are set to be deported back to Mexico this Friday.

  • Allstate will be collecting winter coats, hats, gloves, and scarfs for women and children living in domestic violence shelters.

    Allstate Insurance Donating Winter Gear to Domestic Violence Shelters

    Allstate Insurance agencies across the region, including in South Jersey, are teaming to help bring an end to domestic violence.

  • A Meteor in South Jersey?

    One of our viewers captured video of a meteor soaring through the sky in Mays Landing.  A local professor explains.

  • Since last year homelessness among families with children has declined 7.5-percent.

    Report: Homelessness Down in New Jersey

    Efforts to bring an end to homelessness throughout New Jersey are proving to be successful with new reports show a decrease in homeless residents throughout the state.

  • A 20-year-old man was a victim of the shooting and expected to recover from his injuries.

    Atlantic City Man Injured in Tuesday Shooting

    Anyone with information regarding the shooting is urged to call the Atlantic City Police Department.

  • The company says the plan is to expand, using the former Vineland Kosher Poultry building as a new facility.

    Tax Credits Helps Vineland Poultry Expand

    Vineland Poultry will be awarded $2.2 million dollars in tax credits over a 10-year period, as part of the Grow N.J. program and use it to fund an expansion.

  • Gronczewskis car was located in a parking lot at the Silver Run Road Bluffs Preserve on the morning Tuesday, December 5th.

    Police Searching for Missing Millville Man

    The Millville Police Department, with the assistance of the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department, NJSP Marine and Aviation Unit, and the Atlantic County Sheriff’s K-9 Unit, are searching for a missing Millville man.

  • Legislation Heading to State Senate to Ban Operating a Drone While Drunk

    New Jersey lawmakers are working to make operating a drone while drunk, and other harmful actions with the aviation device, illegal.

  • The two suspects used a transaction to conceal the robbery.

    Camden County Police Searching for Two Armed Robbery Suspects

    The suspects lured the victims into the robbery after scheduling a transaction meet-up.

  • After handling a handful of cases dealing with children, Thomas Vesper set out to create what’s now known as the Toys Safety Program.

    Four Tips to Avoid Buying Dangerous Toys for the Holidays

    After handling several cases dealing with children and their safety, Thomas Vesper set out to create what’s now known as the Toys Safety Program.

  • On December 7th be sure to thank those who have served and remember all the lives we lost that fateful day in 1941.

    Remembrance Ceremony Held for Pearl Harbor Survivors and Veterans

    This Thursday, December 7th, will mark the 76th anniversary of the surprise attacks by the Japanese on Pearl Harbor Hawaii.

  • Good Conditions Mean Picture-Perfect Christmas Trees This Year

    A Christmas Tree farmer at the Airport Tree Plantation in Millville shares the secret on how they grow picture-perfect trees.

  • Sea Girt Christmas Tree Case Solved, Squirrel Charged (and Released on Bail)

    Officials in Sea Girt were stumped by the case, but after police launched a full investigation, they finally nabbed the little suspect.

  • Police search for driver of the late model Isuzu box truck responsible of a hit and run.

    Hit-and-Run Suspect Hits Parked Cruiser at Franklin Twp. Police Headquarters

    Police say a late model Isuzu box truck with black writing on the door hit a parked police cruiser in the parking lot of the Franklin Township Police Headquarters, and left the scene without reporting it.

  • Larry Levari finds joy in crafting birdhouses.

    Larry Levari: The Birdhouse Man of Vineland (VIDEO)

    Larry Levari, a Vineland native, started making birdhouses five years ago. 

  • Members of NJ P.R.I.D.E. spent two months in Puerto Rico to aid the territory in hurricane relief efforts.

    NJ P.R.I.D.E Troops Return from Puerto Rico Relief Efforts

    Two months after Governor Chris Christie deployed hundreds of New Jersey law-enforcement officers to help with relief efforts in Puerto Rico, they are finally back home.

  • The DEP says the project will help reduce the amount of pollutants in the air.

    DEP to Use $9.5 Million Grant for Air Quality Enhancement

    The projects have passed the preliminary project selection process and are now awaiting further review before they can be approved to receive the federal funding.

  • Family Service Association Needs Donations for Annual Toy Drive

    The Family Service Association and several organizations and businesses are teaming up to make sure every child in Atlantic County has a gift to open this holiday season.

  • The Cumberland County Team was created in 2004 as the third affiliate of NJ ACE and is now one of nine groups in the state. In that first year, eight students participated. Now, the number is 30.

    Building Bright Futures with the ACE Mentor Program

    More than two dozen local high school students are designing and constructing their possible futures every Wednesday evening at the Cumberland County Arts & Innovation Center in Millville under the precise and enthusiastic guidance of volunteer mentors of the ACE Mentor Program of America.

  • Lawmakers Start to Hash Out Granting Nuclear Subsidies to PSEG

    Lawmakers yesterday began focusing on whether to give subsidies to New Jersey's three nuclear power plants - a dilemma they are trying to resolve without knowing what it will cost or even if the facilities are in financial distress.

  • This Is the Biggest New N.J. Football Change No One Is Talking About

    New Jersey high school sports will have a new look in 2018.

  • CCTEC Students Roll into Cumberland Mall for Sushi Class

    Sophomore culinary students from the Cumberland County Technical Education Center hopped off of the school bus and into Sushi Lover at the Cumberland Mall on Monday where they got a hands-on lesson learning how sushi is made.

  • ACUA Helping Food Bank Collect Goods During Two-Week Drive

    The Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA) is teaming up with the Food Bank to help fill its shelves.

  • U.S. Supreme Court Officially Hearing Sports Betting Case

    There are only four states in which sports betting is legal.

  • Camden County Officials Investigating November Armed Robbery at Pharmacy

    Two unidentified men entered the pharmacy and demanded money at gunpoint, while another employee grabbed a personal firearm and shot at the suspects.

  • Aaralyn Anderson, 8, of Clayton, NJ co-stars in the Netflix show 'Maniac.'

    South Jersey 8-Year-Old and Emma Stone Have More in Common Than New Netflix Series

    An 8-year-old girl from South Jersey is working her way up in the show-biz biz. 

  • Millville Police Investigating Sunday Morning Shooting

    Police are investigating a shooting that left one man injured in Cumberland County Sunday.

  • Police Officers Take Over 120 Kids to 'Shop with a Cop'

    More than 120 kids in Atlantic County got the chance to shop with local police officers for the county's annual 'Shop with a Cop' event.

  • One Cumberland Raises Over $56,000 During Sunday Telethon for Puerto Rico

    Through the generosity of local businesses, officials, and community members, One Cumberland was able to raise more than $56,000 and isn't stopping there.

  • Members of the United States Coast Guard sprang into action to rescue a man on a fishing boat five miles off the coast of Atlantic City.

    U.S. Coast Guard Rescues 92-Year-Old Man off A.C. Coast

    Members of the United States Coast Guard sprang into action to rescue a man on a fishing boat five miles off the coast of Atlantic City.

  • Atlantic County Officials Investigating Deadly Weekend Shooting

    Two men, ages 29 and 21, and a 23-year-old woman, were shot over the weekend in Pleasantville. 

  • One Dead, Two Injured, 18 Displaced in Blackwood Apartment Fire

    Police say one person has died from their injuries and 18 residents are temporarily displaced from a fire in Gloucester Twp. over the weekend.

  • Lobiondo with the winners of the 2017 App Challenge.

    Vineland Students Get Props from Rep. LoBiondo for 2017 Congressional App Challenge Win

    “Eating Green” App was selected from 17 submissions across South Jersey to represent the 2nd Congressional District

  • N.J. Bear Hunt Underway, for Perhaps the Last Time in a While

    N.J. bear hunters returned to the woods before dawn Monday as protesters prepared to gather in Fredon later this morning.

  • Mega Millions Ticket Worth $4M Sold in N.J.

    A Mega Millions tickets worth $4 million was sold in New Jersey for Friday night's drawing.

  • The Heart to Heart Telethon for Puerto Rico raised over $56,000 Sunday, Dec. 3.

    Heart to Heart Puerto Rico Telethon

    Telethon

  • Cumberland County Coming Together for Puerto Rico Telethon

    A group of 25 concerned citizens from Cumberland County have come together to create a new organization to help Puerto Rico and will be putting on a telethon next month. 

  • Audubon High School 'Leader' to Raise Funds for LLS

    Jack Sarciano Audubon High School sophomore, will be trying to raise the most funds for research to combat blood cancer for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

  • Camden County Library System Distributes Cards to Hurricane Maria Victims

    The Camden County Library System is issuing temporary library cards to individuals that have been displaced by Hurricane Maria. 

  • The Leaves in South Jersey Are A-Changin'

    It seems the unseasonably warm weather that lasted into the end of September has robbed South Jersey of early fall colors. But never fear, the recent cool nights could ensure a spectacular autumnal display of changing leaves. Dr. Jason Grabosky of the Ecology Evolution and Natural Resources department of the Rutgers Cooperative Extension explained the variables involved with the timing of the leaves changing from green to hues of red, yellow and orange. rabosky said daylight and ...

  • Vineland to Host Patriot Day Ceremony on 9/11

    Members of the community asked to meet in Vineland on Monday, September 11th, at the Vineland Fire Headquarters to remember all of those whose lives were lost on the terrorist attacks on the East Coast 16 years ago.

  • N.J. Red Cross Crews Head South to Help Harvey Victims (PHOTOS)

    New Jersey's Red Cross is sending more Harvey disaster relief support to Texas, in the form of a pair of emergency response crews that took off from Essex County Tuesday morning.

  • New Jersey Activates Task Force to Assist Harvey Victims

    New Jersey residents are heading to Houston to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey.

  • Christie Issues Executive Order Honoring Late Jim Whelan

    Governor Chris Christie signed an executive order on Friday, August 25th, that honors the passing of Senator Jim Whelan.

  • Lidl Beginning to Hire Workers for South Jersey Stores

    As Lidl, a discount German grocer, is in the final stages of constructing stores across South Jersey, the hiring process for new workers begins.

  • Public Memorial for Jim Whelan to be Held in Atlantic City

    Having touched so many lives during his decades of public service as a teacher, lifeguard, city councilman, mayor, assemblyman and senator, the office of Jim Whelan humbly announces the information for the public memorial which will be held in the late senator's honor. 

  • Christie Signs New Tax on Fantasy Sports Betting

    Governor Chris Christie has officially signed a new bill into law to regulate and tax daily fantasy sports betting.

  • $1 Million Dollar Powerball Ticket Sold in South Jersey

    While the Powerball winner of the $750 million jackpot was not from New Jersey, 28 others in the state, including here in South Jersey, still woke up with some extra cash in their pockets.

  • Christie Opposes Trump's Offshore Drilling Plan

    New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is making it clear to the Donald Trump Administration that he is standing firm against proposed natural gas and oil exploration off of New Jersey's coast.

  • Experts Discuss Offshore Wind, State's Energy Future

    “To not believe in climate change at this point is ludicrous,” said Patrick Hossay, a professor of sustainability at Stockton University. “You can choose to not believe in gravity, but if you jump off of a building…you’re going to die.”

  • Phil Murphy Visits Vineland for Town Hall

    New Jersey 2017 Gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy made a stop in South Jersey last night to speak with members of the community.

  • Powerball Jackpot of $430M Ranks as 12th Largest U.S. Lottery History

    Wednesday's Powerball jackpot of $430 million is the 12th largest prize in U.S. lottery history. The drawing, which will be held at 11 p.m. is also the ninth biggest Powerball jackpot. The cash option is $273.4 million.

  • Celebrity Judges Announced for 2017 Miss America Pageant

    The team behind the Miss America pageant has announced this year's celebrity judges.

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  • SNJ Rewind: South Jersey News Week in Review

    SNJ Rewind: South Jersey News Week in Review

    Friday, December 15 2017 8:00 PM EST2017-12-16 01:00:19 GMT
    “No flu shot can cover every strain, but we predict that certain strain will be coming around this year and the effectiveness of the flu shot can range from anywhere from 10 percent to about 50 percent."“No flu shot can cover every strain, but we predict that certain strain will be coming around this year and the effectiveness of the flu shot can range from anywhere from 10 percent to about 50 percent."

    Your SNJ Today recap of southern New Jersey news videos from the past week, plus a few event ideas for the weekend. 

    Your SNJ Today recap of southern New Jersey news videos from the past week, plus a few event ideas for the weekend. 

  • Crepe Cutting Caps Off La Petite Creperie Opening at Trop

    Crepe Cutting Caps Off La Petite Creperie Opening at Trop

    Friday, December 15 2017 5:02 PM EST2017-12-15 22:02:31 GMT

    On Friday, December 16th, local officials and crepe lovers gathered at the Tropicana Atlantic City for the grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new La Petite Creperie.

    On Friday, December 16th, local officials and crepe lovers gathered at the Tropicana Atlantic City for the grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new La Petite Creperie.

  • State Officials Serve Lunch at VOA Holiday Luncheon

    State Officials Serve Lunch at VOA Holiday Luncheon

    Friday, December 15 2017 4:56 PM EST2017-12-15 21:56:30 GMT

    The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities President Richard S. Mroz helped serve lunch at the Volunteers of America Delaware Valley holiday luncheon as part of Governor Christie's Season of Service initiative. 

    The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities President Richard S. Mroz helped serve lunch at the Volunteers of America Delaware Valley holiday luncheon as part of Governor Christie's Season of Service initiative. 

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  • SNJ Rewind: South Jersey News Week in Review

    SNJ Rewind: South Jersey News Week in Review

    Friday, December 15 2017 8:00 PM EST2017-12-16 01:00:19 GMT
    “No flu shot can cover every strain, but we predict that certain strain will be coming around this year and the effectiveness of the flu shot can range from anywhere from 10 percent to about 50 percent."“No flu shot can cover every strain, but we predict that certain strain will be coming around this year and the effectiveness of the flu shot can range from anywhere from 10 percent to about 50 percent."

    Your SNJ Today recap of southern New Jersey news videos from the past week, plus a few event ideas for the weekend. 

    Your SNJ Today recap of southern New Jersey news videos from the past week, plus a few event ideas for the weekend. 

  • Cooper University Health Not Buying Lourdes, Other Trinity Health Assets

    Cooper University Health Not Buying Lourdes, Other Trinity Health Assets

    Friday, December 15 2017 5:20 PM EST2017-12-15 22:20:40 GMT
    Cooper was expected to acquire the assets of Trinity Health New Jersey, including Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center.Cooper was expected to acquire the assets of Trinity Health New Jersey, including Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center.

    This just in ... Cooper University Health Care announced today that it will no longer pursue the acquisition of Trinity Health’s New Jersey assets, including Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center, Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington, and St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton. 

    This just in ... Cooper University Health Care announced today that it will no longer pursue the acquisition of Trinity Health’s New Jersey assets, including Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center, Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington, and St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton. 

  • State Officials Serve Lunch at VOA Holiday Luncheon

    State Officials Serve Lunch at VOA Holiday Luncheon

    Friday, December 15 2017 4:56 PM EST2017-12-15 21:56:30 GMT

    The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities President Richard S. Mroz helped serve lunch at the Volunteers of America Delaware Valley holiday luncheon as part of Governor Christie's Season of Service initiative. 

    The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities President Richard S. Mroz helped serve lunch at the Volunteers of America Delaware Valley holiday luncheon as part of Governor Christie's Season of Service initiative. 

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  • SNJ Rewind: South Jersey News Week in Review

    SNJ Rewind: South Jersey News Week in Review

    Friday, December 15 2017 8:00 PM EST2017-12-16 01:00:19 GMT
    “No flu shot can cover every strain, but we predict that certain strain will be coming around this year and the effectiveness of the flu shot can range from anywhere from 10 percent to about 50 percent."“No flu shot can cover every strain, but we predict that certain strain will be coming around this year and the effectiveness of the flu shot can range from anywhere from 10 percent to about 50 percent."

    Your SNJ Today recap of southern New Jersey news videos from the past week, plus a few event ideas for the weekend. 

    Your SNJ Today recap of southern New Jersey news videos from the past week, plus a few event ideas for the weekend. 

  • State Officials Serve Lunch at VOA Holiday Luncheon

    State Officials Serve Lunch at VOA Holiday Luncheon

    Friday, December 15 2017 4:56 PM EST2017-12-15 21:56:30 GMT

    The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities President Richard S. Mroz helped serve lunch at the Volunteers of America Delaware Valley holiday luncheon as part of Governor Christie's Season of Service initiative. 

    The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities President Richard S. Mroz helped serve lunch at the Volunteers of America Delaware Valley holiday luncheon as part of Governor Christie's Season of Service initiative. 

  • Bill Introduced to Rescue N.J.'s Nuclear Plants

    Bill Introduced to Rescue N.J.'s Nuclear Plants

    Friday, December 15 2017 4:25 PM EST2017-12-15 21:25:27 GMT

    On Friday, December 15th, lawmakers introduced a bill that would require New Jersey's electric utilities to purchase credits from nuclear power plants.

    On Friday, December 15th, lawmakers introduced a bill that would require New Jersey's electric utilities to purchase credits from nuclear power plants.

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  • SNJ Rewind: South Jersey News Week in Review

    SNJ Rewind: South Jersey News Week in Review

    Friday, December 15 2017 8:00 PM EST2017-12-16 01:00:19 GMT
    “No flu shot can cover every strain, but we predict that certain strain will be coming around this year and the effectiveness of the flu shot can range from anywhere from 10 percent to about 50 percent."“No flu shot can cover every strain, but we predict that certain strain will be coming around this year and the effectiveness of the flu shot can range from anywhere from 10 percent to about 50 percent."

    Your SNJ Today recap of southern New Jersey news videos from the past week, plus a few event ideas for the weekend. 

    Your SNJ Today recap of southern New Jersey news videos from the past week, plus a few event ideas for the weekend. 

  • Cooper University Health Not Buying Lourdes, Other Trinity Health Assets

    Cooper University Health Not Buying Lourdes, Other Trinity Health Assets

    Friday, December 15 2017 5:20 PM EST2017-12-15 22:20:40 GMT
    Cooper was expected to acquire the assets of Trinity Health New Jersey, including Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center.Cooper was expected to acquire the assets of Trinity Health New Jersey, including Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center.

    This just in ... Cooper University Health Care announced today that it will no longer pursue the acquisition of Trinity Health’s New Jersey assets, including Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center, Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington, and St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton. 

    This just in ... Cooper University Health Care announced today that it will no longer pursue the acquisition of Trinity Health’s New Jersey assets, including Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center, Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington, and St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton. 

  • State Officials Serve Lunch at VOA Holiday Luncheon

    State Officials Serve Lunch at VOA Holiday Luncheon

    Friday, December 15 2017 4:56 PM EST2017-12-15 21:56:30 GMT

    The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities President Richard S. Mroz helped serve lunch at the Volunteers of America Delaware Valley holiday luncheon as part of Governor Christie's Season of Service initiative. 

    The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities President Richard S. Mroz helped serve lunch at the Volunteers of America Delaware Valley holiday luncheon as part of Governor Christie's Season of Service initiative. 

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  • SNJ Rewind: South Jersey News Week in Review

    SNJ Rewind: South Jersey News Week in Review

    Friday, December 15 2017 8:00 PM EST2017-12-16 01:00:19 GMT
    “No flu shot can cover every strain, but we predict that certain strain will be coming around this year and the effectiveness of the flu shot can range from anywhere from 10 percent to about 50 percent."“No flu shot can cover every strain, but we predict that certain strain will be coming around this year and the effectiveness of the flu shot can range from anywhere from 10 percent to about 50 percent."

    Your SNJ Today recap of southern New Jersey news videos from the past week, plus a few event ideas for the weekend. 

    Your SNJ Today recap of southern New Jersey news videos from the past week, plus a few event ideas for the weekend. 

  • State Officials Serve Lunch at VOA Holiday Luncheon

    State Officials Serve Lunch at VOA Holiday Luncheon

    Friday, December 15 2017 4:56 PM EST2017-12-15 21:56:30 GMT

    The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities President Richard S. Mroz helped serve lunch at the Volunteers of America Delaware Valley holiday luncheon as part of Governor Christie's Season of Service initiative. 

    The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities President Richard S. Mroz helped serve lunch at the Volunteers of America Delaware Valley holiday luncheon as part of Governor Christie's Season of Service initiative. 

  • Bill Introduced to Rescue N.J.'s Nuclear Plants

    Bill Introduced to Rescue N.J.'s Nuclear Plants

    Friday, December 15 2017 4:25 PM EST2017-12-15 21:25:27 GMT

    On Friday, December 15th, lawmakers introduced a bill that would require New Jersey's electric utilities to purchase credits from nuclear power plants.

    On Friday, December 15th, lawmakers introduced a bill that would require New Jersey's electric utilities to purchase credits from nuclear power plants.