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    • Nor'easter Incoming: Relax, You'll Survive.

      Is it bad that it's not even Winter yet and I'm already tired of talking about these storms? Unfortunately it looks to be a very active season so chances are you'll be reading A LOT of these blogs straight through March. I'm a fan of storms, I think any w
    • Retired New Jersey Supreme Court Justice John Wallace swears in  Todd-Ruiz as daughter Jade Hunter and husband Michael Ruiz look on.

      Her Judgeship: Demetrica Todd-Ruiz

      Bridgeton native Demetrica Todd-Ruiz has been breaking barriers for herself and all women—particularly women of color—throughout Cumberland County.
    • Another Arrest Made in Connection with Murder of Joseph Jones

      Officials have made another arrest in the murder of a youth football coach over the summer.
    • State Police Searching for Vehicles Involved in Fatal Hit and Run

      The New Jersey State Police (NJSP) is asking for your help in a tragic hit and run accident where a mother was killed in front of her son.
    • Americans Say Wawa is No. 1

      Nearly 11,500 consumers were polled across the country for this survey.
    • Big Plans for the Landis

      A deal that would turn over the historic Landis Theater property to a New York restaurant group to open a first-class Italian eatery may not be final until the end of the year.
    • Car Crashes Into Egg Harbor Township Social Security Office

      Twenty people were injured this morning when a car crashed through the front of a Social Security office in Atlantic County.
    • A.C. Mayor, Councilman Investigation Moved to Cape May County's Prosecutor's Office

      The investigation into allegations of assault against the Mayor and a Councilman in Atlantic City has been moved to another county.
    • Operation Christmas Child Holding National Collection Week

      Since 1993, the nationwide project has given out roughly 157 million shoe boxes filled with gifts to children around the world.
    • On the Ave: Downtown as Destination

      I’m sure that you’ve seen the term “destination” used in this column over the years. What do I mean by “destination” and how is our downtown—The Ave—a destination? Let’s explore the ways that you can consider The Ave your destination.