• Somers Point to Revamp Historic Somers Mansion

    For centuries the Somers Mansion has sat on a hill where it now looks down on the traffic that flows on Shore Road, but a group of area residents, including both state and local officials, have met up to figure out the future of this historic building.

  • Youth Karate Program Needs Help with Expansion

    A non-profit organization that has dedicated nearly 30 years to help Atco area students succeed academically through martial arts is now asking for help from the community. 

  • HERO Campaign and Uber Team to Help Prevent Drunk Driving

    A South jersey based campaign and a popular ride-sharing service teamed up today in attempts to help bring an end to drunk driving this summer. 

  • Gloucester County Seniors to Receive Healthy Food Vouchers

    The Gloucester County Division of Senior Services Nutrition Program will be giving out Senior Farmers' Market vouchers to 1,600 seniors living in the area.

  • WATCH: Atlantic City's '48 Blocks' Art Project

    Atlantic city's 48 blocks were filled with music, fun and most importantly the arts this weekend. 

  • Parking Now Allowed on Wildwood Beach Section

    Owners of four-wheel-drive cars, trucks, and SUVs will have something else to look forward to next time they plan a beach trip to Wildwood.

  • Number of Camden Diocese Parishes Cut in Half

    The Diocese of Camden will be merging its parishes, meaning a few local worship sites may be closing their doors.

  • Wildwood Crest Fire Subdued by First Responders

    A scary sight in Cape May County caught the eyes of many along the coast as a fire sent out an ominous cloud of smoke that could be seen for miles down the Jersey Shore. 

  • Body Washes Up on North Wildwood Beach

    The North Wildwood Police Department says that the body of a young man in his early 20s, possibly Hispanic, washed up on the beach between 24th and 25th Avenues on Sunday, June 25th, at around 9 p.m.

  • Narcan Use Disparities Across South Jersey

    The New Jersey Attorney General's Office released the number of Narcan deployments that have been done per county and two South Jersey counties are among the top four.

  • Rare Tortoiseshell Kitten 'Burrito' Has New Home, New Name

    The South Jersey kitten formerly known as Burrito has a new handle, and a new home. The rare male tortoiseshell kitty was adopted earlier this month after a well-publicized effort to find him and his two fellow orphan littermates a home. 

  • America's Oldest Weekly Rodeo is Right Here in N.J., Not in Texas

    Even though most people may think of Texas when rodeo is mentioned, the oldest, weekly professional rodeo is located right here in New Jersey. In 1929, Howard Harris Sr. and his son, Howard "Stoney" Harris Jr. hosted a rodeo at the Salem County Fair in… 

  • Atlantic City's '48 Blocks' Art Project Paints the Town

    Thanks to a collaboration between the Atlantic City Arts Foundation and Stockton University, a city-wide art exhibition is popping up on Saturday, June 24th.

  • The Historic Glassboro Summit of '67 Revisited

    On June 23rd, 1967, President Lyndon B. Johnson and Russian Premier Alexei Kosygin met in Glassboro for what’s now known as the historic 'Glassboro Summit.'  

  • Atlantic County Gears Up for Mosquito Season

    Mosquito season is upon us and Atlantic County officials are doing their part to make sure these pesky insects stay under control.

  • Summer Bash 'Beachstock 17' Returns to Margate

    Beachstock 2017 will return to the Margate beach on Saturday, June 24th, with new activities, live music, and new performances for the whole family to enjoy.

  • Corner Store Health Event Stresses Gun Safety

    Officials in Cumberland County have been working hard this month in an attempt to raise awareness for Gun Safety Month. 

  • Chefs at the Shore Raises Funds for Aspiring Culinary Students

    Chefs from all across South Jersey came together on Thursday, June 22nd, to serve up some great food and great memories.

  • 21 Could Become Legal Smoking Age in N.J.

    A bill to raise the legal age for smoking has made its way to the governor's desk.

  • Christie Gets Bill to Memorialize Late Trooper on Rt. 55

    New legislation to rename a portion of Route 55 after fallen State Trooper Frankie Williams is on its way to Gov. Christie's desk for final approval.

  • Suspects Sought in Connection with Defaced Veteran's Memorial

    Police in Glassboro are investigating and looking for the suspect(s) responsible for vandalizing the Veteran's Memorial in the new Town Square. 

  • Ocean Drive Bridge Reopens for Summer Season

    A major Jersey Shore bridge that has been causing traffic headaches over the past two months has finally reopened.

  • Vandals Create Havoc in Richland, Cash Reward Offered

    Officials in Buena Vista Township are searching for a few miscreants who vandalized property in Richland.

  • New King & Queen of Marbles Crowned in Wildwood

    This week in Wildwood, the National Marbles Tournament took over the Wildwood Avenue section of the beach, as it has every summer for the last 94 years. 

  • Gateway to College Program Students Receive Diplomas

    Students from a robust college program in Camden have beaten the odds and finally made it to their graduation day.

  • New Sprayground Opens in Camden

    Officials in Camden unveiled and opened up a new park that will be keeping kids in the area cool during the summer.

  • South Jersey Man Wins National Anytime Fitness Success Story Contest

    After celebrating losing 300 pounds, a Mays Landing man now has another victory to celebrate.

  • Senate Republicans Release 142-Page Draft of Senate Health Care Bill

    After weeks of closed-door meetings, Senate Republicans have released a 142-page draft of their health-care bill to replace the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.

  • Police Search for Suspect in Parvin State Park Assault Incident

    State police are looking for any information regarding an aggravated assault that took place at Parvin State Park in Pittsgrove on Tuesday, June 20th.

  • $85,000 in Summer Camp Scholarship Grants to Be Awarded

    A local organization is doing its part to make sure kids in the area have safe and fun summer camp experiences.

  • Preserving Precious History: Millville's Team Totem Project

    A group of local artists hopes to get the community’s support in bringing back an historic piece of Millville history.  

  • Body of Heroic Swimmer Ramon Quinn Found

    The body of the second missing swimmer in last week's rip current accident has been found.

  • Guadagno in Cumberland County for AdvancePierre Foods Opening

    On Wednesday, June 21st, Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno made a stop in South Jersey to help celebrate the opening of a new food-service facility.

  • South Jersey Trauma Center Celebrates 25 Years of Service

    The AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center (ARMC) Trauma Center hosted a reunion luncheon on Wednesday at its Atlantic City campus to celebrate the 25 years it has been providing care to the community.

  • Renovated Brown's Park in Atlantic City Open for Summer

    Atlantic City officials gathered today to reveal the summer schedule of activities to formally usher in their newly renovated community park.

  • OLMA Exchange Student Sad to Leave

    We met 16-year-old Marina Dolz last winter when she was brought into the SNJ Today offices by her sponsor from Rotary International. The Spanish foreign-exchange student had expressed a willingness to write and an interest in journalism, so ...

  • Volunteers Participate in Day of Action

    On Wednesday, June 21st, nearly a hundred volunteers spent the longest day of the year at Reeds Road Elementary School taking part in the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and New Jersey's annual Day of Action.

  • Search On for Temporary Salem Middle School

    At the beginning of the school year at Salem City Middle School, a ceiling collapsed in a classroom.

  • Hard Rock Atlantic City Hotel and Casino to Open in 2018

    Plans to transform the Taj Mahal to the Hard Rock Atlantic City hotel and casino are underway and the grand opening is running right on schedule.

  • Sister Jean's Kitchen Receives Funds to Move to Better Facility

    The CRDA announced yesterday that they approved a supplemental fund reservation in an amount not to exceed $1 million, to fund renovations and improvements associated with relocating Sister Jean's Kitchen.

  • Camden High School Closes Doors After 126 Years

    Camden High School handed out its final diplomas to the last graduating class of its old building.

  • Three Dukes Selected to All-American Baseball Team

    On Tuesday, June 20th, Dukes catcher Mitchell Walker, pitcher Jarret Quinn, and first-baseman Chris Salvey were selected to the 2017 Division III All-America Baseball Team. 

  • Drone Technology Could Help Emergency Responders After Serious Storms

    Emergency responders in Cape May County got an up close look at a new technology that could give them access to cell phone service immediately after a disastrous storm, all thanks to a drone.

  • Atlantic County Coalition Offers Training Sessions to Help Spot Fake IDs

    A busy Jersey Shore season also means an uptick in fake IDs being used by underage drinkers. 

  • Officers Trained on How to Carefully Handle Those with Mental Illness

    Atlantic County Law Enforcement officials gathered for special training with the intention to better equip officers with the skills they need to carefully handle citizens dealing with mental disorders or special needs, when officers are out in the field.

  • Local World War Two Veteran to be put to Rest at Arlington National Cemetery

    A local veteran's remains were escorted by family, area police, and a motorcycle group called Warriors Watch Riders, to his final resting place on Tuesday, June 20th. 

  • Soar to Great Heights While Celebrating the Symbol of America

    United States citizens get to honor the symbol of America on June 20th by celebrating National American Eagle Day.

  • Stockton University Study Shows A.C. Tourism Economy is Prospering

    A new study released by Stockton University shows that Atlantic City's tourism economy is continuing to thrive.

  • Lessons in the Water, Life for At-Risk Youth

    A national nonprofit organization, In His Wakes, made a stop in South Jersey on Monday, June 19th, giving kids from a youth group in Millville and Salem County’s Ranch Hope a special day to remember.

  • Piece by Piece, Glassboro Creates Community Mosaic

    Over a dozen volunteers slathered on the sunscreen and spent Monday, June 19th, working in the sun as they kicked off installation week for a unique mosaic art project.

  • Summer Staycations in South Jersey

    The Cumberland County region offers families day-trip adventures. For a day trip or even for a string of adventures to make up a “staycation,” a vacation at home, here are local treasures to add to this summer’s list of places to go. 

  • New Welcome Center Opened at Rutgers University–Camden

    Rutgers University opened up a new Welcome Center for prospective students at the Camden campus on Monday, June 19th.

  • LoBiondo and Groups Gather to Oppose Offshore Drilling

    Local officials, New Jersey State officials, and community members rallied together on Monday, June 19th, to take a stand against offshore drilling.

  • Body of Missing Atlantic City Teen Found

    The Atlantic City Police Department says on the early morning of Monday, June 19th, the body of 15-year-old Kaliyah Hand was found on the beach at Jefferson Avenue in Margate, nearly five miles from where she went missing.

  • 'What's on Tap' Beer Festival Draws Big Crowds at Wheaton Arts

    Nearly 1,000 lovers of lager poured into Wheaton Arts in Millville this weekend for the What's on Tap Beer Festival.

  • Heavy Winds Cause Building Collapse in North Wildwood

    Extreme winds are suspected to be the impetus behind the collapse of a building in North Wildwood.

  • Power Outage Causes Sewage Spill at Big Timber Creek

    A power outage in Gloucester Township made for a nasty spill in the Big Timber Creek yesterday afternoon. 

  • Atlantic County Resident Wins Miss New Jersey Pageant

    On Saturday, June 17th, an Atlantic County resident was crowned as the new Miss New Jersey. 

  • Korean War Veteran Returns Home for Proper Burial

    After 66 years a local veteran was finally laid to rest back home where he belongs.

  • Rabid Cat Attacks Winslow Township Resident

    The Camden County Health Department has been notified by the state Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) that a feral cat in Winslow Township has tested positive for rabies. 

  • 15-year-old with Autism Collects Thousands of Crayons and Coloring Books for Donation

    One year, and about ten thousand crayons and one thousand coloring books later, a local boy makes a big donation to St. Jude's.

  • Ocean Galleries Hosts Dr. Seuss Exhibit

    The new “If I Ran the Zoo” exhibit at Ocean Galleries in Stone Harbor has something for the quintessential Dr. Seuss fan. 

  • Students say Goodbye to Uniforms and Hello to Summer

    A few local students said goodbye to the uniforms and hello to summer break in a fun and different way.

  • Cumberland County TEC to be Renamed After a Generous Donor

    Cumberland County TEC will be going by a new name now thanks to a monetary donation by a generous benefactor.

  • Symposium Held at Rowan University to Show off Resiliency Projects

    Rowan University held a resiliency symposium to discuss storm and flood-related resiliency projects going on throughout the state.

  • Teens Presumed Dead After Being Taken by Rip Current

    Two teens are now presumed dead in Atlantic City after one girl was swept away by a rip current and her friend jumped in to help save her.

  • Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce Honors Community Leaders

    Members of the Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce (GCCC) recognized a few leading citizens of the community for all the hard work they do to make the area a better place to live.

  • New Miss New Jersey to be Crowned in Ocean City this Weekend

    A new Miss New Jersey will be crowned this weekend in Ocean City. 

  • Food Bank of South Jersey to Feed Hungry Children

    School is out for summer and the community food bank of New Jersey wants to make sure no child in South Jersey goes hungry this season.  

  • Atlantic City Receives Grant to Extend Boardwalk

    Atlantic City has received a new grant that will help it finally put its Boardwalk plans into action.

  • Camden County Prepares for Pesky Mosquitoes

    Between a rainy month of May and now temperatures hitting close to the 90s, the combination makes a perfect equation for mosquitoes.

  • Atlantic County Students Make Pillows for Hospice Patients

    This assignment wasn’t meant to boost their final grades, but to uplift the spirits of those who need it most. 

  • Retired Doctor Donates $1 Million to Local Health Center

    A recently retired Vineland physician made a large contribution to a local health center.

  • "Slow Down to Get Around" Campaign Raises Safety Awareness for Utility Workers

    Officials in Atlantic County kicked off summer safety with a campaign they hope will make a difference all across South Jersey.

  • Historic School Closes Its Doors

    The doors at Landis Intermediate School officially closed for good as its last group of students departed for summer break.

  • Baby Bison Born at Cape May County Zoo

    A new not-so-little bundle of joy was welcomed into the world at the Cape May County Zoo last week.

  • Online System Helps Gloucester County Residents Register for Overnight Parking

    Gloucester County officials launched a new system that will allow residents living in Glassboro and Pitman to register their cars online whenever they need to park them on the street overnight. 

  • State Leaders Announce Proposal to Provide Millions of Dollars to Fund Education

    A new agreement would provide $100 million in new school aid for underfunded districts and $25 million to expand preschool education.

  • Scammer Poses as Sergeant in Attempt to Dupe Atlantic County Residents

    The Atlantic County Sheriff issued a warning to everyone in the area about a scammer posing as a sergeant from the Sheriff's Office and telling potential victims that they have outstanding warrants for not reporting to jury duty.  

  • Ventnor School Holds Extravaganza for Well-Behaved Students

    Ventnor Middle School students and staff headed outside on Wednesday, June 14th, for their annual Super Extravaganza to celebrate a successful year for the students. 

  • Judge: N.J. Statehouse Renovations to Continue

    New Jersey lawmakers got their day in court over the battle to halt Governor Chris Christie's plans to renovate the Statehouse.

  • Citizen Group Collects 1,200 Signatures for Public Vote

    In Atlantic City, residents who are against a state takeover met with Mayor Don Guardian to fight for their rights.

  • Annual Camden Environmental Summit Held Wednesday

    It was all about going green in Camden as the city held its annual environmental summit.

  • Atlantic City Casinos Show Another Increase in Revenue

    The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement announced on Wednesday, June 14th, that casinos saw an increase of 4.3 percent, racking in more than $229 million.

  • Camden County Welcomes 23 New U.S. Citizens

    Twenty-three applicants were beaming with joy inside the Camden County Hall of Justice Wednesday morning as they took the oath and became citizens of the United States of America.

  • All American Car Raffle Being Held by Big Brothers Big Sisters

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland and Salem Counties now has tickets available for the All American Car Raffle. 

  • Christie Announces Bipartisan Bill to Help Addicts

    On Monday, June 13th, Christie announced that a bipartisan agreement has been reached for a three-bill package that will bring help to those dealing with drug addiction and provide them with a second chance at life.

  • Pride in Millville Awards Honor Local Residents, Organizations

    On Tuesday, June 13th, the city of Millville showed just how proud it was of some of its residents.

  • Stockton President: 'Many Changes for the Fall'

    Down the A.C. Expressway and into Atlantic City, where the old Atlantic City High School used to sit, Stockton's new Gateway Campus is currently being constructed.

  • FoodBank of Southern NJ Singing New Tune

    Bruce Gitto was inspired by his cousin who passed a homeless man on her way to work every morning. 

  • Y.A.L.E. Students Visit Camden County Landfill

    A couple of local students got to explore what goes on behind the scenes of a landfill on Tuesday, June 13th.

  • Cape May County Habitat for Humanity Opens ReStore

    Cape May County’s Habitat for Humanity is no longer one of the only affiliates nationwide to not have a ReStore location of its own.

  • Students Duct Tape Principal to Wall in Reading Success Event

    An elementary school principal made good on his word to students who stuck to their reading all year long.

  • Camden Students Receive $39,000 Grant to Improve Education

    Covanta awarded a $39,000 grant to provide nearly a dozen middle and high school students with the opportunity to participate in the Center of Aquatic Sciences at Adventure Aquarium in Camden's nationally-renowned Community and Urban Science Enrichment Program (CAUSE).  

  • Bonus Features: Jimmy Muhammad, Dave Bontempo on Richie Kates

    CUMBERLAND COUNTY, N.J. — The late James Wallace Muhammad was an integral part of boxer and Vineland resident Richie Kates' life.  Although he passed away in January 2017, his legacy lives on in the hearts and minds of many individuals from South Jersey to Philadelphia and beyond.  SNJ Today was lucky enough to record an extraordinary interview with Muhammad for the 2017 documentary Richie Kates: Uncommon Journey. While we tried to get as much of Jimmy in t...

  • Robins' Nest Holds Job Fair in Glassboro

    Robins' Nest Incorporated is hosting a job fair on Wednesday, June 14th, as there are job openings at the Glassboro-based company.

  • New Beach Tag Vending Machine in Longport

    Beachgoers will have an easier and more convenient way to get their beach tags for a local shore spot this season.

  • Police Warn Carneys Point Residents of Potential Phone Scam

    Police in Carneys Point are warning residents to be aware of a potential phone scammer attempting to steal their personal information. 

  • Atlantic City Mayoral Candidate Small Calls for Recount

    Atlantic City Councilman Marty Small filed a petition on Monday, June 12th, in the State Superior Court based on the votes that gave Councilman Frank Gilliam the Democratic nomination for mayor.

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    M25 Initiative Giving Homes to the Homeless in South Jersey

    Dr. Robin Weinstein, President of the M25 Initiative and Convener of the Cumberland County Housing First Collaborative, has announced that the Collaborative moved their first three clients from the streets into permanent supportive housing on June 12, 2017.  

  • Every Single N.J. Lawmaker in D.C. Is Against Trump on This One

    All 14 New Jersey lawmakers in D.C. have asked President Donald Trump's administration to reject seismic testing in the Atlantic Ocean, a step that could lead to allowing oil drilling near the Jersey Shore.

  • Give a Furry Friend a 'Fur-Ever' Home

    June is National Adopt a Shelter Cat Month and the Gloucester County Animal Shelter is doing its part to find "fur-ever" homes for lovable cats there. 

  • Warmer Temps Increase Air Quality Concerns in South Jersey

     Many people were out enjoying the hot weather at Washington Lake Park on the afternoon of Monday, June 12, but some are at risk.

  • The Double Dutch Bus Rides into Atlantic City

    More than 100 people of all ages gathered in the newly renovated Brown's Park on Saturday, June 10th, to participate in a Double Dutch competition.

  • N.J. and Pa. Now Sharing Prescription Drug Monitoring Information

    Camden officials and two New Jersey Congressmen met on Monday, June 12, to discuss another weapon in fighting the opioid epidemic: information. 

  • N.J. State Police Rescue Toddler and Puppy Locked in Hot Car

    New Jersey State Police came to the rescue of a toddler and puppy after the two were accidentally locked in a hot car.

  • State Assembly Votes on Ballot Selfies

    The members of the New Jersey State Assembly voted 74 to 2 on Thursday, June 8th, to approve a bill that will allow voters to post selfies of themselves while voting to social media.

  • Vineland Rotary Packs, Distributes 20,000 Family Meals

    The Vineland Rotary Club was busy this weekend getting food together for families in need in the area.

  • New Law Changes Your Driver License Expiration Date

    Drivers in New Jersey won't have until the end of the month to update their expiring licenses anymore.

  • Sweet News: First Jersey Corn of the Season Has Arrived

    CARNEYS POINT TWP. -- Used to be that farmers were worried they wouldn't have a crop of sweet corn ready for market for the July 4 holiday. Fred DePalma doesn't have that problem. He's been pulling corn, an early supersweet variety, since June 3. "I just enjoy raising corn," said DePalma as he walked along...

  • Partially Treated Wastewater Flowed into River, Report Says

    An equipment failure at the at the city's sewerage treatment plant on Fowser Road wasn't discovered by the workers until the wastewater had been dumped from the plant into the nearby Maurice River...

  • Officers Run to Raise Funds for Special Olympics New Jersey

    Local police departments joined agencies from all over the Garden State Friday morning for the 34th annual Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics New Jersey. 

  • Sneak Peek of Glass Weekend '17 at Wheaton Arts

    Every other year, Wheaton Arts opens their campus to visiting artists, traveling galleries, and special exhibitions to celebrate the biannual “Glass Weekend.”

  • Local Community Roots for Special Olympics Athletes

    A kick-off celebration for the Special Olympics was held in Egg Harbor Township today to wish the athletes luck at this year's competition.

  • Deptford Woman Celebrates 100th Birthday

    A very special lady in Deptford got the surprise of a lifetime to celebrate a huge milestone.

  • Positive Youth Development Coalition Holds Gun Safety Events

    June is National Gun Safety Awareness Month and members of one Cumberland County group are doing what they can to get the word out.

  • Shark Mary Lee Back Again at Jersey Shore

    South Jersey's famous great white shark decided to get a head start to the Jersey Shore to enjoy the summer weather.

  • ACPD and 7-Eleven Partner for 'Operation Chill'

    Police in Atlantic City are getting ready to dish out lots of tickets this summer, but not for what you think.

  • 10th Annual Paddle for a Cause June 10 in A.C.

    A decade ago, seven people paddled around Absecon Island to raise money and awareness for people with cancer. Since then, hundreds of people have paddled that same course to spread the message of the Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation’s mission around the globe.  

  • Rowan University Receives $200,000 Federal Grant

    Congressman Donald Norcross announced that the university was awarded over $200,000 by the National Science Foundation to advance Rowan's Chemical Engineering Program, by installing cutting-edge technology, while also adding mutually beneficial partnerships. 

  • New Jersey Initiates #77 Campaign to Stop Distracted Drivers

    The State of New Jersey's new campaign encourages drivers to call #77 to report dangerous or distracted drivers on the road.

  • $100,000 Reward Offered to Help Solve 10-Year-Old Murder Case

    Nearly 10 years after a local college student's life was taken, efforts to find his killer continue. 

  • Camden County Police Searching for School Laptop Burglar

    Camden County Police are looking for any information that can help them find a man who broke into a local school last month.

  • Working to End Homelessness in Cumberland County by 2020

    Ending homelessness in Cumberland County by 2020, that’s the mission of the Housing First Collaborative and organizers are hoping to put a big dent in that goal by the end of September.  

  • Wawa Customer Thwarts Attempted Robbery

    When an armed man attempted to rob a Wawa in Winslow Township, one shopper just couldn't stand by and let it happen. 

  • Atlantic City Boardwalk Heading in New Direction

    Mayor Don Guardian joined other city officials for the reopening of a portion of the famous A.C. Boardwalk.

  • Annual Construction Forecast Held at Rowan University

    Engineers, bankers, contractors and many others met on Thursday, June 8th, for the Southern New Jersey Development Council annual Construction Forecast.

  • Bass Pro Shops Help Kickoff Gone Fishing Challenge

    The Bass Pro Shops store has teamed up with Atlantic County Hooked on Fishing-Not on Drugs to celebrate National Donation Day and the kickoff of the nationwide Gone Fishing Challenge.

  • 24th Annual Women's Forum Held at Golden Nugget

    Hundreds of women got together on Thursday, June 8th, for the 24th annual Women's Forum in Atlantic City.

  • New Jersey Officials Prep for 2017 Hurricane Season

    Hurricane season is upon us and New Jersey officials are making sure they're ready if a storm hits the Jersey Shore.

  • Rowan Fraternity Doubles Reward in Arson Investigation

    The reward offered for information related to an arson that happened last month in Glassboro has doubled.

  • $1 Million Donated to Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center

    Judy and Peter Leone have pledged $1,000,000 to support operating and capital needs of WheatonArts, a globally renowned cultural resource located in Southern New Jersey that serves a broad base of constituents, including local residents, regional cultural tourists, and world-class artists.    

  • Sears and Kmart Stores to Close in South Jersey

    The parent company of both Sears and Kmart has announced more stores are set to close this year, and South Jersey is on the list of areas across the country that will be affected.

  • Golfing Champion Honored in Merchantville

    Camden County honored an American champion on Wednesday, June 7th, for his achievements and contributions to his community.

  • Special-Education Students Make Lemonade out of Lemons - Literally!

    Special-education students at a Cape May County elementary school are taking matters into their own hands to raise funds for field trips.

  • Salem Officials Intend to Transform Neighborhoods

    Officials in Salem got together Wednesday to sign off on a new initiative that they hope will help revitalize the city.

  • Absentee Ballots Tip Scales in A.C. Mayoral Primary

    In the race for the Democratic nomination for Atlantic City mayor, absentee ballots made all the difference. 

  • Short Hills Restaurant Reopens with New Look After Fire

    A popular restaurant and deli in Camden County has reopened its doors to customers after being closed for about 11 months to clean up damages caused by a fire.

  • Cumberland County Primary Results Won't Be Official Before Friday

    According to the Cumberland County Clerk’s office, the results from Tuesday’s Primary Election will not be certified before Friday, June 9th. 

  • N.J. Incumbents Lampitt and Greenwald Win in Sixth District Assembly Primary

    In the Sixth District, which represents Camden at the New Jersey Statehouse, incumbent Democrats Louis Greenwald and Pamela Lampitt won the Democratic Assembly Primary.

  • Incumbents Taliaferro and Burzichelli Win Third District Assembly Race

    Incumbents Adam Taliaferro John Burzichelli beat challenger — and fellow Democrat — John Kalnas by thousands of votes.

  • Incumbent Mazzeo and Armato Winners in Second District Assembly Primary

    Incumbent Vince Mazzeo and fellow Democrat John Armato came out on on top, winning the hotly contested primary...

  • First District Nominates GOPs Sauro and Campbell for State Assembly Seats

    The First District, which covers much of Cumberland and Cape May counties, the primary election is on the Republican side with three candidates running for the two seats.

  • Voters Pick Moran in Camden Mayoral Primary

    Camden City Council President Francisco Moran has won the Camden Mayoral primary, beating out fellow Democrats Raymond Lamboy and Theo Spencer.

  • Report: Frank Gilliam Wins in Atlantic City Mayoral Primary

    Democrat Frank Gilliam will challenge Republican incumbent Don Guardian, and at least one independent, in November's Atlantic City Mayor race.

  • Primary Election Results: Guadagno vs. Murphy in 2017 N.J. Governor Race

    Republican Kim Guadagno (the current Lt. Governor of New Jersey) and Democrat Phil Murphy (a former Obama Administration ambassador) won Tuesday's Primary Election and will face off in the November 7th General election to replace Chris Christie. 

  • Geisinger CEO on Critical Issues Related to N.J. Health-Care System

    AtlantiCare and Geisinger Health System held a community luncheon Tuesday, June 6th, to discuss the critical issues they face in today's health-care industry.

  • Cumberland County Chooses Sheriff, Freeholder Candidates in Tuesday's Primary

    In Cumberland County, candidates are running for three Board of Chosen Freeholders seats and for the county sheriff seat.  

  • South Jersey Man Sheds Hundreds of Pounds

    An Atlantic County man that has lost 300 pounds is in the running for a national contest and it all started right in Mays Landing.

  • Bridgeton Welcomes First Food Truck at City Park

    Sunrise Catering is offering park goers Caribbean-influenced food, along with a few summer favorites at Bridgeton’s City Park.

  • State Troopers to the Rescue after Students Stranded on Field Trip

    Members of the New Jersey State Police are being hailed as heroes by a group of 6th graders who were stranded. 

  • Trump Seeks Public Comments on Offshore Drilling in Atlantic County

    The Trump Administration is seeking public comment on a plan for offshore drilling in the Atlantic Ocean.

  • Updated: Bus Driver Fatally Shot in New Jersey, Suspect Takes Own Life

    WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) - New Jersey Transit says a bus driver was shot and killed in the parking lot of a bus garage. 

  • 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.

  • 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.

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  • Youth Karate Program Needs Help with Expansion

    Youth Karate Program Needs Help with Expansion

    Monday, June 26 2017 5:48 PM EDT2017-06-26 21:48:17 GMT

    A non-profit organization that has dedicated nearly 30 years to help Atco area students succeed academically through martial arts is now asking for help from the community. 

    A non-profit organization that has dedicated nearly 30 years to help Atco area students succeed academically through martial arts is now asking for help from the community. 

  • Number of Camden Diocese Parishes Cut in Half

    Number of Camden Diocese Parishes Cut in Half

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    The Diocese of Camden will be merging its parishes, meaning a few local worship sites may be closing their doors.

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