• NJCAA World Series: Cumberland Dukes Beat Century College

    The Cumberland County College Dukes baseball team beat the Century College Wood Ducks 9-6 in its second game in the NJCAA World Series tournament on Sunday, May 28th.

  • Baseball Blowout: Cumberland Dukes Win First NJCAA World Series Tourney Game

    The Cumberland County College Dukes baseball team beat the Surry Community College Knights to advance in the first round of the NJCAA Division III World Series tournament 14-5 on Saturday afternoon, May 27th.

  • Quick Read: South Jersey Week in Review May 22-26

    The fourth week of May 2017, leading into the Memorial Day holiday weekend, has been full of positive and uplifting stories, including a nine-year-old getting his dream job, a rapping Rowan grad's music video going viral, Jersey Shore towns preparing for Memorial Day, and ...

  • Follow These Red Cross Safety Tips for a Safe Memorial Day Weekend

    Many people will spend the upcoming Memorial Day weekend taking a road trip, having their first picnic of the season or enjoying that first dip in the ocean or pool. Follow these American Red Cross tips to stay safe.  

  • Vintage Photos of Medal of Honor Recipients from N.J.

    This week, we pay tribute to Medal of Honor recipients who hail from New Jersey. 

  • Homeless Veterans Will Soon Call Operation Safe Haven 'Home'

    After a lot of hard work and dedicated volunteers, Operation Safe Haven will be handing the keys over to deserving veterans within the next 60 days. 

  • Help Youth Art Education in Millville

    The Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts is holding its annual fundraiser to benefit youth art education on Saturday, June 3, from 6-10pm in Millville.  

  • EHT Police Join in 'Click it or Ticket' Campaign

    Law enforcement officers from Egg Harbor Township Police Department are joining with other police departments across the country for the national Click it or Ticket campaign.

  • Heads Up! Wheels and Wings Air Show in Millville this Weekend

    The annual Millville Wheels and Wings Air Show kicks off on Saturday, May 27th, at 9 a.m. 

  • Brothers Bring Ice Cream Sensation to Ocean City

    If you’re looking for a new sweet summer treat to cool you down on the beach this holiday weekend, you’re in luck.

  • Unlocking the Ocean, Unofficial Start of Summer at the Jersey Shore

    Many popular Jersey Shore summer hot spots kicked off Memorial Day weekend with celebrations. 

  • SJTA Celebrates the Start of Summer

    The South Jersey Transportation Authority celebrated the start of summer at Farley Service Plaza on Friday, May 26th.

  • Hard Rock to Spend $500 Million Opening New A.C. Casino

    Hard Rock International is upping its investment in the city's former Trump Taj Mahal Casino. 

  • Tour Bus Overturns on New Jersey Turnpike

    A tour bus accident in West Deptford on the morning of Friday, May 26th, left several passengers injured.

  • Police Seek Identity of 7-Eleven Armed Robbery Suspect

    Gloucester Township Police Department is seeking any information to find the suspect of an armed robbery. 

  • Resorts Drops 5,000 Beach Balls on Boardwalk to Kick Off Holiday Weekend

    Atlantic City was one of many popular Jersey Shore destinations that held a kick-off celebration for the unofficial start of summer.

  • South Jersey Quakers to Dismantle Piano, for Art

    Why hire a mover when you can get rid of that old piano in your basement by dismantling it and turning it into a large scale art project? “Recycled Melodies” is the theme of a project in which new art will be created from an old upright piano. 

  • Jersey Shore Businesses Prep for Memorial Day Weekend 2017

    South Jersey may not be having the best beach weather today, but that won’t stop loads of people from packing up and heading down the shore for Memorial Day weekend.

  • Ventnor City Gets $800,000 Grant to Make Improvements

    A large grant is being awarded to Ventnor that will go towards making improvements to the North Beach business district.

  • Camden Mayoral Hopefuls Debate at Rutgers

    On May 25th, hopeful candidates running for mayor of Camden took center stage for a debate at the city's Rutgers University campus.

  • ACIT Debuts Interactive Veteran Memorial Project

    The Atlantic County Institute of Technology (ACIT) held a Memorial Day ceremony on Thursday, May 25th, to honor local members of the military.

  • Vineland Getting New Police Station

    The Vineland City Council approved a resolution for the construction of a new police station.

  • Casinos in North Jersey Still a Possibility

    It's been six months since voters shot down the referendum to build casinos in North Jersey, but the possibility of a casino expansion still lingers.

  • Stockton University Poll Reveals N.J. Governor Candidate Leads

    A recent poll conducted by Stockton University revealed that Republican candidate Kim Guadagno and Democratic candidate Phil Murphy are in the lead for obtaining their parties nomination for Governor in the June Primary Election.

  • Two-Day Music & Wine Festival at Appel Farm June 3-4

    The Appel Farm Music & Wine Festival returns to Elmer, New Jersey, with an expanded two-day event featuring music, wine tastings, and camping options.  

  • Rail Car Leak Leads to Major Evacuations at Industrial Park

    Parts of South Jersey were evacuated on Thursday after a rail car carrying propylene began to leak. 

  • Legendary Hammonton Coach Pete Lancetta Takes Over St. Augustine Football Program

    Legendary Hammonton High School football coach Pete Lancetta has been named the new head football coach at St. Augustine one of the top football programs in South Jersey, the school announced on Wednesday.

  • Greater Bridgeton Legends Donates Over $30,000 to CompleteCare

    The Greater Bridgeton Legends wrapped up its most successful fundraiser to date in April by donating over $33,000 to the CompleteCare Family Health Foundation.

  • Atlantic City Police Unveil Remote Surveillance Center

    The Atlantic City Police Department has unveiled its new Surveillance Center, which allows the ACPD to keep an eye on the city remotely.

  • Sheridan Pavilion Named in Honor of Late Cooper Health CEO and Wife

    Cooper officials were joined by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and several former New Jersey governors for the renaming ceremony.

  • Rowan Student's Graduation Rap Video Goes Viral

    Rowan University’s recent graduations meant the closing of a chapter for many, but for one biological science major, last week’s ceremony meant a chance to start fresh and explore his passion of rapping.

  • Update for Cape May Venue's Historic Front Porch

    The Mad Batter Restaurant and Carroll Villa Hotel officially unveiled a reboot of the historic property on Wednesday, May 24th.

  • State Police to Crack Down on Expressway Toll Violators

    South Jersey police are cracking down on toll violators of a busy Jersey Shore roadway, just in time for Memorial Day weekend.

  • Marcacci Meats Opens One-Stop Shop in Vineland

    Marcacci Meats and Produce held a grand opening ceremony at their Delsea Drive store in Vineland. 

  • Reward Offered in Relation to Rowan Frat House Blaze

    An award is now being offered to find the suspect in connection with the arson in Glassboro that happened last week.

  • Cumberland, Tri-County Leaders Honored at United Way Awards Gala in Atlantic City

    The United Way Community Awards Gala was held at Harrah’s Atlantic City Tuesday night, celebrating leaders from Atlantic, Cape May, and Cumberland counties.  

  • 63rd Wedding Anniversary, 60 Years in Millville for Pastors

    Reverends Gerritt and Anita Osgood Kenyon, pastors of the First Assembly of God for more than 50 years, are celebrating their 63rd wedding anniversary on Monday, May 29th.

  • No Incident at Salem Nuclear Plant, OEM Officials Release Statement

    A false message was displayed on the public broadcast system regarding an emergency incident at the Salem Hope Creek Nuclear Power Plant on the evening of Tuesday, May 23rd.

  • Early Voting Begins in Camden County for Primary

    Camden County's early voting center opened its doors to begin allowing residents to cast their votes for the June primary.

  • Governor Christie to Move Out of Statehouse

    Governor Chris Christie will soon be moving out of the Governor's Office, but he'll still be in Trenton.

  • Raising Awareness for Missing and Exploited Children

    South Jersey officials and community members gathered together on Tuesday to help raise awareness for missing and exploited children. 

  • Heavy Rains Could Lead to Flooding in South Jersey

    Heavy rainfall could lead to flooding for some South Jersey residents.

  • Payless Store Robbed in Vineland

    Police in Vineland are investigating an armed robbery that took place at the Payless shoe store on West Park Avenue in the Forman Mills Shopping Complex.

  • Teen Tech Immerses Hundreds of Teen Girls in the World of STEM

    Stockton University held this year's Teen Tech event to welcome young women from across South Jersey to the world of STEM.

  • Millville Police Search for Hit and Run Suspect

    Millville Police Department are searching for information regarding a hit and run incident that took place in the early morning hours of Friday, May 19th.

  • Richie Kates Premiere at the Landis Theater - April 13, 2017

    WATCH: Richie Kates Documentary Premiere, Q&A at Landis Theater

    WATCH: On April 13th, a capacity crowd of about 700 people attended the premiere screening of the SNJ Today documentary Richie Kates - Uncommon Journey.  A Q&A was held ... 

  • Nine-Year-Old Sworn in as Officer for Day in Brigantine

    A nine-year-old Brigantine boy diagnosed with mitochondrial disease has spent his life in and out of the hospital, receiving treatment for the incurable sickness.

  • South Jersey Ladies Quilting For a Good Cause

    A group of local ladies gets together once a week to help kids in need the only way they know how, quilting.

  • LaTorre Hardware: The Nuts and Bolts of an American Dream

    VINELAND, N.J.—The story of Vineland’s LaTorre Hardware is the story of the American Dream in Cumberland County.

  • Packed Memorial Day Weekend in Cumberland County

    To kick off the unofficial start of the summer season, the Cumberland County region has a full lineup of places to go, things to do.

  • Dukes Win! Cumberland Baseball Team Heads to World Series

    The Cumberland County College baseball team, the Dukes, beat No. 2 seed Northampton Community College Spartans on Monday night, May 22nd, to claim the 2017 Region XIX championship. 

  • Cape May Tech Horticultural Students Put to Test

    Students studying agriculture and horticulture at Cape May Technical High School are getting a unique learning opportunity outside of the classroom. Textbooks are getting tucked away as the hoses are getting rolled out.

  • 10-Year-Old Honored for Saving Little Brother's Life

    Dominic was named an honorary member of the Washington Township EMS and received praise from everyone in attendance.

  • Community Helps Open New Butterfly Garden

    Friends, family and other community members gathered on the morning of Saturday, May 20th to reveal Atlantic County park's new butterfly garden in memory of the park's former recreation manager.

  • State Farm Youth Board Donates $50,000 to Camden Leap Program

    The State Farm Youth Advisory Board donated $50,000 to an agricultural program designed, in part, by students from the Leap Academy University Charter School in Camden.

  • Zallie Supermarkets Hold Memorial Day Luncheon for Veterans

    Zallie Supermarkets Incorporated held its sixth annual Memorial Day luncheon this weekend to honor local veterans.

  • Local Tuskegee Airmen Veteran Receives Service Medal

    Melvin Frisby received the Camden County Military Service Medal for his service as a member of the Tuskegee Airmen during World War II.

  • Atlantic City Casinos Post Boost in Profits

    Atlantic City's casinos saw their gross operating profit increase by more than 30 percent in the first three months of this year.

  • Key Shore Bridge to Stay Closed Over Holiday Weekend

    Some Jersey Shore drivers may continue to experience traffic headaches over Memorial Day weekend.

  • AT&T Workers Walk out Due to Contract Disputes

    The Communications Workers of America union says up to 40,000 AT&T workers, including hundreds in South Jersey, started walking off their jobs late Friday afternoon.

  • Cafe Employee Fired After Scribbling Insults on Officer's Receipt

    A Galloway Township restaurant is under fire after an insulting message was written on a customer's receipt.

  • Cumberland County College Baseball: Dukes Play Tonight in World Series Bid

    The Dukes and Spartans Region XIX college baseball teams play in Aston, Pa., Monday night for a World Series bid. 

  • Camden Coach in Running for 'Jr. NBA Coach of the Year'

    A South Jersey basketball coach has made it to the semi-finals of being named “Coach of the Year” by the Junior NBA.

  • Warm Winter May Lead to Uptick in Ticks in South Jersey

    Deer ticks are the most common culprits in South Jersey for spreading infections. Thanks to a mild winter, this year may be a popular one for them.

  • South Jersey Sergeant Named Abigail Powlett Police Officer of the Year

    The New Jersey Women in Law Enforcement Organization awarded Sergeant Danielle Lorusso of the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office with the Abigail Powlett Police Officer of the Year Award.

  • South Jersey Spring Heart Walk in Ocean City May 20

    Thousands are lacing up their sneakers for this year's American Heart Association South Jersey Spring Heart Walk on Saturday, May 20th.

  • Rabid Lamb Case Being Investigated by Cumberland Health Dept

    The Cumberland County Department of Health is currently investigating a positive rabies case that involved a lamb located at a farm in Greenwich Township.  On April 25, 2017, the owners of the farm bought ...

  • Marine Research Vessel Named After Former DEP Head

    The Department of Environmental Protection dedicated a new 32-foot research vessel to former DEP Commissioner Robert C. Shinn Jr. for his decade-long commitment to the environment.

  • Cape Island Designated as 'Community Wildlife Habitat'

    A new community wildlife habitat was certified right here in South Jersey for its work in reversing habitat loss.

  • 'He's Up There Smiling,' Says Widow Who Gets State Trooper's Posthumous Degree

    The first of five commencement ceremonies this year for Rutgers University-Camden began Wednesday afternoon at the BB&T Pavilion here honoring 222 graduate school students with degrees and a former state trooper with a posthumous award.

  • Woodstown High School Celebrates Prom 2017 (PHOTOS)

    PITTSGROVE -- Students from Woodstown High School celebrated their 2017 prom on Thursday night as they arrived in style at the Centerton Country Club in Pittsgrove Township. 

  • Rancho Relaxo Animal Sanctuary Expands to Elmer

    Last April, we introduced you to a farm sanctuary in Salem County, where the owner was asking for the community's help in raising money to help expand its services.

  • Which South Jersey Shore Town Was Just Named No. 1 Summer Hot Spot?

    A popular South Jersey shore destination has been named "No. 1 Summer Hot Spot in 2017" in the nation. 

  • Rio Grande Man Kayaking Hundreds of Miles for Vets

    Denis Carmody will travel 444 miles through three states starting Saturday, and it’s all for a cause close to his heart.

  • Money Borrowed for N.J. Statehouse Renovations Before Lawsuit

    The battle in Trenton continues over Governor Chris Christie's $300 million renovation plan for the New Jersey Statehouse.

  • 'Ride of Silence' Held to Raise Driver Awareness of Cyclists

    The Ride of Silence is a global movement that aims to raise drivers' awareness of cyclists and remind them to share the road.

  • Waterford Township to Build New Public Safety Building

    Firefighters in Waterford Township are getting a new place to call home.

  • Mother Receives More Than Diploma at Rutgers Graduation

    A Rutgers University graduate received more than just her degree at Wednesday night's arts and sciences graduation ceremony as she was surprised by her son, who came home early from deployment.

  • Atlantic County Gets Upgrade Due to Financial Outlook

    The Standard and Poor's report also recognized the county's efforts to be less dependent on Atlantic City's casino employment and the tourism industry overall.

  • One Dead in Camden Shooting, Police Search for Answers

    The Camden County Police Department are looking for answers in the shooting death of a man on the night of Wednesday, May 17th in Camden.

  • Meet the N.J. Tick that Can Turn You into a Vegetarian

    Lasagna. Cheeseburgers. Pizza. Ice cream. Jerry Dotoli has enjoyed them all for most of his 73 years with no discomfort, only pleasure. Until last December, that is. The Ocean County man had gone to Florida for the winter...

  • LISTEN: 'Road to Recovery' — The Podcast

    Listen to the first podcast of "Road to Recovery" — which features host Michael Deleon speaking with New Jersey State Sen. Jeff Van Drew. "Road to Recovery" is a weekly program featuring host Michael DeLeon speaking with a variety of guests, from throughout the country and in various fields, about the ongoing drug crisis in America.

  • N.J. Woman Charged in $2.5M Sweepstakes Scam: Report

    A South Jersey woman has been arrested for role in a sweepstakes scam, authorities told StandarkSpeaker.com.

  • 'Stand Down' Event Helps Veterans in Need

    Homeless veterans across South Jersey came out on Wednesday, May 17th to receive a helping hand from their community.

  • High Hopes for New Stockton Campus in Atlantic City

    Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian got a special tour given by Stockton University President Harvey Kesselman to see how the college’s new Island Campus is coming along.

  • Ducklings Saved by A.C. Police and Community Members

    A story of a great heroic rescue done by the Atlantic City Police Department and members of the community.

  • Campbell's to Bring Largest Solar Project in Camden

    The Campbell's Soup Company announced plans to make its world headquarters in Camden green.

  • Monroe Twp. Police: Road Rage in Amish Market Parking Lot

    In Monroe Township police asking the public for help in identifying a man reportedly involved in a road rage incident.

  • South Jersey Nurse Creates Support Group After Losing Son

    A Gloucester County mother is using a tragic experience in her life to help others deal with similar situations.

  • Life Sentences: Mama Told Me So

    My sister and I, when we were young and raising children, once figured out something about advice.

  • New Chief Judge for N.J. will Take Over in Federal Courts

    CAMDEN--There will be a passing of the gavel of sorts in the federal courts for New Jersey later this month. Chief Judge Jerome B. Simandle, 68, is assuming "senior status," ...

  • Homeowner Fighting Electric Company's Plans to Cut 150-Year-Old Sycamore

    A local business owner says the electric company's plan to trim portions of a 150-year-old sycamore tree on his property could doom the giant. 

  • Sneak Peek: Kennedy Hospital in Cherry Hill Completes First Phase of Construction

    Kennedy University Hospital in Cherry Hill has been undergoing quite the facelift, and on Tuesday staff members celebrated the completion of phase one of the construction. 

  • Thousands to Volunteer in South Jersey this Weekend

    More than 1,000 people from across South Jersey are getting ready to roll up their sleeves and spend a weekend volunteering for the 4th annual Family Day of Service. 

  • Pineland Learning Center Links up with Special Education Week

    Pineland Learning Center celebrated Special Education Week today by showing the importance of connections.

  • Catholic School Students Get 'Creative' in Vineland

    On Tuesday, May 16th, a group of South Jersey middle schoolers got to celebrate the arts for the Creative Arts and Beyond event.

  • Camden County Sheriff's Dept. Members Recognized for Efforts

    A few officers from the Camden County Sheriff's Office were honored on Tuesday, May 16th for their exceptional work on the job.

  • Millville PD: 30 Casings Found at Shooting Scene

    The Millville Police Department are searching for information about a shooting that took place on the night of Monday, May 15th.

  • Lawsuit Filed for $300 Million N.J. Statehouse Renovation

    Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle have filed a lawsuit seeking to halt Governor Chris Christie's $300 million Statehouse renovation.

  • Final Day to Register to Vote in N.J. Primary Election

    Tuesday, May 16th, is the final day to register to vote in New Jersey's Primary Election.

  • Arson to Blame in Morning Glassboro Blaze

    Investigators say arson was to blame for a blaze in Glassboro that damaged a house and several vehicles on the morning of Tuesday, May 16th.

  • There Is No 'I' in Joe Derella

    An interview with the Cumberland County Freeholder Director who was recently named South Jerseyan of the Year.  

  • Bubba Mac Dies, South Jersey Loses a Music Icon

    Hearts across South Jersey are breaking as the news is starting to spread that Herb “Bubba” Birch, the iconic musician and fixture of Ocean City’s summer seasons for decades, has passed away. 

  • Home Sober Home: Making Sure Recovering Addicts Have a Safe Haven

    New Jersey lawmakers are considering a measure that would make it easier for new sober-living facilities to receive local land-use approval, something Gov. Chris Christie has ...

  • 10 Years Later, Stockton Aviation Park Breaks Ground

    A project a decade in the making has finally broken ground in Atlantic County.

  • Camden Community Comes Together for Fire Prevention

    Residents in Camden came out for a fun event to learn about the importance of fire safety at the same time. 

  • Somers Point Group Formed to Support Coast Guard Cutter

    A group in Atlantic County is coming together to help those who serve our country right here in South Jersey.

  • A.C. Law Firm Pledges $100,000 Annually to South Jersey Change Makers

    An Atlantic City law firm is making a big promise to help give back to the South Jersey community.

  • Police Officers Honored as National Police Week Begins

    National Police Week officially started on May 15th with National Peace Officer Memorial Day and will continue until May 21st with various events set to take place all week.

  • Bill Introduced in N.J. State Senate to Legalize Marijuana

    Under new legislation introduced Monday in the State Senate, marijuana could be grown, sold, and used in the Garden State.

  • Gas Prices Continue to Drop Across Garden State

    New Jersey drivers will be pleased to know that gas prices continue to fall across the state. 

  • Boys Tennis: State Tournament Schedule, Results and Links for Monday, May 15

    Boys Tennis: State tournament schedule, results and links for Monday, May 15 FEATURED MATCH SOUTH JERSEY, GROUP 2 4-West Deptford vs. 5-Lower Cape May...

  • 'Walburgers' Stars Attend Opening of New Outpatient Rehab Center

    Two stars of the hit A&E reality show Wahlburgers attended the Recovery Centers of America grand opening of its newest outpatient facility in Voorhees.

  • World-Renowned Children's Author Visits with South Jersey Students

    Gordan Korman, the author of more than 80 children's books made a trip to South Jersey to inspire some local students.

  • Miss South Jersey Helps Promote Food Allergy Awareness

    Miss South Jersey Jaime Gialloreto is passionate about food-allergy awareness. She helped to kick off Food Allergy Awareness Week by teaching students at her own high school about...

  • Garden State Boy Scouts Council Names Distinguished Citizen of 2017

    For some, being a good scout is more than just a motto you live by while you are young. It's a lesson you take with you for the rest of your life.

  • Rowan Grads Behind Cookie Munchers Reach Kickstarter Goal

    Cookie Munchers is a cookie delivery company started just last year by two recent Rowan University graduates.

  • New Location for Generac Generator Dealer in Woodbine

    Quality Electric Service has moved to their new location in Woodbine.

  • Christie Signs 'Code Blue' Bill Into Law

    An initiative that started in Cumberland County has now officially gone statewide. Governor Chris Christie has signed into law a bill that would assist people in need of shelter during severe weather events.

  • Underfunded Public Pension Plans Could Hit the Lottery

    Governor Chris Christie is moving forward with his plan to dedicate the state lottery's revenues to New Jersey's woefully underfunded public worker pension plans.

  • Atlantic City Casinos Post Loss in Monthly Revenue

    For the first time this year, Atlantic City's casinos posted a loss in monthly revenue, but it's not all bad news.

  • Hammonton Storage Facility Fire Under Investigation

    A fire started in the Buffalo Farms Freezer and Cold Storage facility in Hammonton on the night of Thursday, May 11th.

  • Put a Bag Out This Saturday and Help a Family in Need

    Mail carriers across the nation and right here in South Jersey are getting ready to do more than just deliver mail this weekend.

  • CompleteCare Health Network Receives Accreditation

    CompleteCare Health Network has once again received the Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval for Primary Care Medical Home (PCMH) Accreditation.

  • WheatonArts to Hold GlassWeekend '17 June 9-11

    WheatonArts will hold GlassWeekend '17, an International Symposium, and Exhibition of Contemporary Glass on June 9th-11th at the WheatonArts campus.

  • WATCH: Christie Blasts Protestors of Drug Treatment Center Near School

    Dozens of protestors chanted and shouted out during Gov. Christie's visit to Shrewsbury Borough  on Thursday morning to celebrate the opening of a new Seabrook House outpatient drug and alcohol treatment facility.  

  • See What Goes on Behind the Scenes at Morey's Piers

    As Morey’s Piers prepares for the summer crowds on the Boardwalk, the folks there are also preparing to take many “beyond the boards” with a new behind-the-scenes tour.

  • Making Room for Bigger, Better, Safer Housing in Glassboro

    An area in Gloucester County that has seen plenty of crime over the years and has become an eyesore for the local community will soon be no more. 

  • Norcross Stands with Planned Parenthood, Advises Against Trumpcare Bill

    On May 11th, Camden Congressman Donald Norcross (D-NJ) took a stand in support of Planned Parenthood, in response to the recent House decision to pass Trump's new health care bill, the American Health Care Act.

  • What's the Jersey Shorecast for Summer 2017?

    A panel of tourism experts met on Wednesday, May 11th, for the annual Jersey Shorecast to discuss the region's busiest season — summer.

  • Funds Approved for N.J. Statehouse Renovations

    Governor Chris Christie's plan to renovate the Statehouse is one step closer to getting started.

  • Gov. Chris Christie Signs Motorist Bill into Law

    Governor Chris Christie has given drivers a bit of a reprieve from losing their license because of parking violations.

  • Premier Orthopaedic Substantially Expands Vineland Facility

    Premier Orthopaedic Associates celebrated the grand opening of its newly expanded facility in Vineland on the night of Wednesday, May 10th.

  • Extreme Fire Hazard: Kerosene Mixed with Gasoline at Lower Riggins Station

    Police in Cape May Court House are trying to locate anyone who purchased kerosene from the Riggins gas station on Route 9 after it was discovered that gasoline was accidentally mixed into a kerosene tank.

  • Cold Case in N.J. Radio Host's Killing Gets Renewed Interest 5 Years Later

    LINWOOD -- Five years after a former radio talk show host was found shot to death in her South Jersey home, the case remains a mystery with no arrest made and no suspects named. 

  • Craft Beer Festival Postponed Due to Inclement Weather

    Due to the anticipated cold and rainy weather, the first ever "What's On Tap" Craft Beer Festival has been postponed until next month. 

  • South Jersey Nurse's 'Labor' Wins National Contest

    A South Jersey nurse who helped a family during the delivery of their baby girl is gaining national recognition during National Nurses Week.

  • Program Offers 60 Summer Jobs for Atlantic City Youth

    Atlantic City officials have announced a youth employment program for the summer.

  • Miss America Moves into Boardwalk Hall

    Miss America 2017, Savvy Shields, and the Miss America Organization held a ribbon cutting celebration of the brand new offices right inside Boardwalk Hall. 

  • Summer Job Opportunities for Camden Residents

    Camden officials have announced seasonal summer employment opportunities for city residents.

  • New Brew Commemorates Cape May County's 325th

    The Cape May Brewing Company is celebrating the 325th anniversary of Cape May County with their newest brew - Follow the Gull IPA. 

  • Wildwood Dog Beach to Reopen in June

    The Wildwood Dog Beach officially has a new place to call home.

  • The Other Gubernatorial Debate Held Outdoors at Stockton Last Night

    While the debate was happening inside of the Stockton University Student Center, on Tuesday, May 9th, candidates who were not selected by the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission held their own debate right outside the building.

  • 'Perfect Storm' Ship to Become Part of Artificial Reef

    The ship made famous in the book and subsequent film The Perfect Storm is about to be intentionally sunk off the New Jersey and Delaware coasts to become part of an artificial reef.

  • Six Candidates for N.J. Governor Debate in South Jersey

    Six of the candidates running for the New Jersey Governor’s seat in 2017 faced off against other Tuesday night in South Jersey.

  • 'Just in Time' for South Jersey Sweet Pea Fundraiser

    NJ Aid for Animals will be hosting a gala to raise funds for abused and abandoned dogs and cats on Saturday, June 3rd, NJ Aid for Animals.

  • Governor Christie to Join Ribbon Cutting at Addiction Treatment Center

    Governor Chris Christie will join the Seabrook House for the opening of its new drug treatment center. 

  • Stockton Hosts Debate Between Six Candidates in N.J. Gubernatorial Race

    On May 9th, Stockton University will be at the center of state politics, as the school plays host to New Jersey’s first two Gubernatorial Primary debates.

  • Hammering Away for National Women's Build Week

    Local women are stuffing their aprons and getting to work in Gloucester County as they join ladies from across the country for Habitat for Humanity’s National Women’s Build Week. 

  • South Jersey Alzheimer's Certification First of its Kind in U.S.

    A new innovative partnership is coming to South Jersey that will support Alzheimer's patients and their families.

  • Camden Officials Announce 'Connect the Lots' Summer Events

    Camden officials kicked off this year's Connect the Lots program by announcing the dates of the city's biggest events of the season and unveiling some new fun features. 

  • Former Trump Taj Mahal Sold for 4 Cents on the Dollar

    The Trump Taj Mahal, the opulent Atlantic City casino built by Donald Trump for $1.2 billion, went for 4 cents on the dollar when it was sold in March.

  • 22-Foot-Long Replica of 'USS New Jersey' on AC Expressway

    Travelers on the Atlantic City Expressway can now stop to see a piece of history thanks to the South Jersey Regional Transportation Authority.

  • Recall Notice: Riggins Issues on Recently Purchased Clear Kerosene

    Riggins is issuing a recall notice for customers who purchased clear kerosene from their service station in Cape May Court House.

  • Inspira, Kennedy to Continue Supplying Narcan to Police

    Executives from Inspira Health Network and Kennedy Health signed an agreement on Tuesday, May 9th, that would allow them to continue resupplying Gloucester County police departments with Narcan.

  • 'Just Doing His Job' Says TSA Officer Who Returned $600

    A TSA officer at Atlantic City International Airport said he was just doing his job when he returned $600 to a passenger. 

  • Stockton University Professor Meets with Pope Francis

    A Stockton University professor had the chance to sit down with Pope Francis on Friday, May 5th, to discuss ISIS threatening Christians and other religious minorities with genocide.

  • New Jersey's Nursing Home Safe Care Cam Program Expands

    New Jersey is expanding its safe care cam program designed to protect the elderly to nursing homes.

  • How Much Did School Pay to Settle Lawsuit? None of Your Business

    A federal judge has agreed to seal the dollar figure of a settlement agreement reached between a Gloucester County school district and the parents of a child with multiple disabilities. 

  • Registration Open for Cumberland County College Summer Sessions

    VINELAND – Cumberland County College is making it possible to earn full college credit—in just half the time—with four summer sessions from which to choose.

  • Full Flower Moon May 2017: How to Catch Full Moon on Wednesday, May 10

    Sky watchers in South Jersey will have an opportunity to catch a glimpse of the full "flower moon" on Wednesday, May 10. 

  • Syrian Refugees Get a Day at South Jersey Salon (PHOTOS)

    The war in Syria has taken a lot from Mounera Ayoub, 48, a refugee who has lived in Camden for the last six months.

  • Dukes Win Garden State Athletic Conference, Head to Playoffs

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