• Atlantic County Officials Looking Forward to Working with Murphy

    Officials say with Atlantic City on the rise and a new governor in office, they have high hopes for the future of the entire county.

  • A Life of Inspiration: Cumberland College Professor John Adair Dies at 79

    Students, faculty and staff mourn loss of beloved Cumberland County College Professor John Adair.

  • Phil Murphy Sworn-in as 56th Governor of New Jersey

    "The work of our administration will be about you, your families, and your communities," said Murphy.

  • Meet AC Launches Virtual Reality Tool to Help Sell Meeting Space in City

    As Meet AC works to attract different meetings, conventions, and trade shows to Atlantic City, they now have the tool of virtual reality.

  • African-American Art Exhibit Travels to Stockton's Main Campus

    Stockton University continues to celebrate the legacy left behind my Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

  • 2018 Eagle Fest Set for February 3rd in Mauricetown

    The 2018 Cumberland County Winter Eagle Festival will take place Saturday, February 3rd, at the Mauricetown Firehall. 

  • Gloucester Township Residents to Experience Detours for Weeks

    Laurel Road between Chews Landing and Warwick Roads will be impassable to drivers and traffic will be detoured around the area.

  • Volunteers Crochet to Educate New Parents About Heart Health

    The American Heart Association plans on recognizing next month’s American Heart Month by giving out kits to new mothers at hospitals across the nation....

  • Police Search for Man Suspected of Sexual Assault in Camden

    Police say that on Saturday, January 17th, at around 11:30 p.m., a woman got into the male suspect's car at the corner of Broadway and Mechanic streets in Camden, when he drove to 3rd and Jackson Street.

  • Cooper Foundation Receives $982K to Support Urban Health Institute

    A health-care provider in Camden County has received new funding to support their efforts to bring more health care options to low-income communities.

  • Atlantic City's Boardwalk Hall Renamed after Late Jim Whelan

    Before leaving office, former Governor Christie signed into law new legislation that dedicates Atlantic City's Boardwalk Hall in honor of Senator Jim Whelan.

  • State Police Search for Suspect in Deerfield Township Bank Robbery

    State police are hoping the public can help identify a bank robber in Cumberland County.

  • Legendary Hip-Hop Artists Perform at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City

    KRS-One reminded the crowd that they were all here in a musical celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King's birthday. 

  • Breakfast Honors Community Members Following in MLK's Path

    Officials in Cumberland County hosted their own special event to celebrate Martin Luther King Day.

  • Polar Plungers Take Dip for Special Olympics New Jersey in Wildwood

    The polar bear plungers took a dip in Wildwood's chilly waters for a good cause.

  • Absecon Lighthouse Celebrates 161st Birthday

    An historic piece of South Jersey, which has been lighting the way for years, celebrated a birthday Monday.

  • MLK Day of Service: 'Amazing Things Are Happening Here Today'

    About 1,000 volunteers rolled up their sleeves to help feed hungry children. 

  • Volunteers Help Pack Meals at Food Bank for MLK Day of Service

    Half of the volunteers were separating some of the food that has come into the Food Bank of South Jersey, while the other half were making an assembly line, as they prepared boxes of food to go out to different feeding sites.

  • Governor-Elect Murphy Honors Veterans in Wildwood

    Governor-elect Phil Murphy honors veterans at the Wildwood Vietnam Memorial Wall.

  • MLK Day March in Atlantic City Brings Community Together

    Many communities throughout South Jersey hosted a variety of events to celebrate Martin Luther King Day.

  • Christie, Murphy Join to Fight Offshore Drilling Off New Jersey

    Current Governor Chris Christie and Governor-elect Phil Murphy are joining forces to help protect New Jersey from the Trump administration's plans to expand offshore drilling.

  • Trump Congratulates Murphy and Agrees with Governor-Elect on Infrastructure Improvements

    President Donald Trump has reached out to Governor-elect Phil Murphy in anticipation of his swearing in this week.

  • Cooper Civic Leadership Award Created in Spirit of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

    Cooper University Health Care has established a “Cooper Civic Leadership Award” for Rutgers students engaged in Camden community service efforts.
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    Idleness Puts NJ Youth at High Risk for Opioid Addiction

    Across the country there are over five million 16 to 24 year olds who are neither in school nor working. This idleness, experts warn, puts these young people at an increased risk for opioid addiction. 

  • Trump Spoke with N.J.'s New Governor. Here's What They Discussed.

    President Donald Trump spoke to incoming Gov. Phil Murphy on Sunday, two days before the Democrat will be sworn in to succeed Chris Christie.
    Though Murphy has been critical of Trump, the two men agreed to try to work together and both expressed a desire to improve the nation's public works, White House spokeswoman Lindsey Waters said.
     

  • Business Leaders, Educators Lauded at Annual Gloucester County Chamber Event

    Business leaders and local and state officials met in Gloucester County to discuss the current state of the county.

  • Landis Theater Invites Students to 'Face' the Music (and their Dreams)

    "We all got our start in school music programs and now we get to live our dream, touring around and performing full time," said Mark Megibow, beatboxer with Face. 

  • Tropicana Atlantic City Holds Annual Indoor Beach Bash

    With all this rain and Nor'easter Nick forecasting more bitter cold temperatures, the folks at Tropicana Atlantic City have a way for you to beat those winter blues.

  • Two Atlantic County Community Members Honored with MLK Spirit Awards

    “What would Martin Luther King say to America today?” said Rev. Collins A. Days, Sr., during his keynote speech. “If he was watching and listening to all of the bizarre things that are happening in this great country.”

  • Vineland Women's Club Collects Bras to 'Free The Girls'

    The Women’s Club of Vineland collects bras to be sent to women overseas in countries such as Mozambique, Uganda and El Salvador so they can gain freedom and escape sex trafficking.

  • Atlantic City Casino Yearly Revenue Increases Again

    2017 was a good year for Atlantic City's casinos....

  • Murphy's Pre-Inauguration Tour to Swing Through South Jersey

    Murphy and his running mate, Shelia Oliver, will make stops in Camden and Wildwood this weekend. 

  • Coast Guard Warns Boaters to Stay Off Delaware River Due to Ice

    The Coast Guard is suggesting that all recreational boaters and paddle-sport enthusiasts wait until the ice no longer presents a danger before hitting the water.

  • Menendez, Booker Urge U.S. Justice Dept. to Keep Internet Gambling Legal

    New Jersey federal lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are joining forces in an effort to keep internet gambling legal.

  • Wildwood, Brigantine to Hold Polar Bear Plunges this Weekend

    The winter season has not made it easy for polar bear plungers in South Jersey, but thankfully it looks like Mother Nature is on their side this time around.

  • New Camden Mayor Frank Moran Being Sworn in Friday

    Camden County Freeholder Jeffrey Nash will be the master of ceremonies for the 48th swearing in ceremony of the new mayor of Camden, which will take place at the Antioch Baptist Church in Camden City at 5 p.m., Friday, January 12th. 
  • Hidden Sands, South Jersey's Newest Brewing Company, to Open Friday in E.H.T.

    A stone's throw away from both the Garden State Parkway and Atlantic City Expressway stands South Jersey’s newest brewing company.

  • 'Comfort Now' Donates New Heater to Rio Grande Korean War Veteran

    A lucky South Jersey resident is living comfortably now thanks to a local heating and cooling system company.

  • Fire Damages Country Town Diner in Berlin

    A popular diner in Camden County is left picking up the pieces after a fire broke out late Wednesday night.

  • Winter Warmup Brings Out Many in Haddonfield

    Just a week ago much of South Jersey was blanketed with inches of snow.

  • N.J. State Legislature Sparks Further Debate on Marijuana Legalization

    Governor-elect Phil Murphy supported the legalization of marijuana during his campaign.

  • Coast Guard Rescues Fisherman 60 Miles East of Atlantic City

    The U.S. Coast Guard medevaced a fisherman, who reportedly suffered from a respiratory issue Thursday, approximately 60 miles east of Atlantic City, New Jersey.
  • Following 12-Hour Standoff with Police in Sicklerville, Gunman Found Dead

    Schools were closed and residents were asked to shelter in place in a Gloucester Township community this morning after a gunman fired at police and barricaded himself inside a home for several hours.

  • $45 Million in HUD Funding Going to Help End N.J. Homelessness

    New federal funding is heading to New Jersey to help support efforts to put an end to homelessness.

  • LoBiondo Requests Public Hearing on Trump's Offshore Drilling Plan

    LoBiondo says the entire New Jersey congressional delegation is united in bipartisan opposition to the plan to drill off the state's coast.

  • Marlton Gas Station Booth Smashed and Ransacked, 2 Suspects Sought

    The two suspects used a fire extinguisher to smash a window to break in the gas station and steal $220.

  • New Jersey Promising $7 Billion for Amazon HQ2, Christie Approves

    States across the country continue their battle to become the home of Amazon's second headquarters, and are offering up some big deals to make it happen.

  • Dog Trapped in Freezing Water Saved by Local Heroes

    Rescuers pulled a German Shepard from freezing waters. 

  • Vineland Officials Celebrate New Salon with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

    Mayor Anthony Fanucci and several others were on hand to celebrate the ribbon cutting of the brand new Landis Avenue business.

  • Ocean City Teacher Finalist for National Teacher of the Year

    An Ocean City High School teacher is one of four in the United States up for Teacher of the Year.

  • Winter Weather Bringing More People to Medical Centers

    The winter season has been taking its toll on many in South Jersey, with hospitals in the area seeing a surge in patients.

  • Cumberland County SPCA Keeps Doors Open with Changes in Sight

    Because of new regulations and finance issues, the Cumberland County SPCA staff were worried they would be closing their doors come 2018.

  • Two Women Wanted for Questioning After Deadly Shooting

    Police in Camden County are asking for the public's help in identifying two women wanted for questioning in the fatal shooting case of a teenage boy.

  • Virtua's Mobile Farmers Market Exceeds Expectations

    Virtua celebrated a major milestone for one of its program that brings healthy meals to families in need. 

  • Cumberland County Non-Profits Look for Landlords to Help Fight Homelessness

    Officials say landlords who participate would be playing an integral role not only in helping homeless individuals take charge of their lives, but also in making their community a better place for everyone.

  • Cape May-Lewes Ferry to Resume Operations This Week

    The Cape May-Lewes Ferry is back to transversing the Delaware Bay after a week of canceled trips. The Cape May-Lewes Ferry shut down operations a week ago due to icy conditions on the bay.

  • Dog Left Out In Extreme Cold Rescued by Animal Control and State Police

    Officers arrived to find the pup without proper shelter and completely frozen drinking water, and removed her from the property.

  • Murphy Nominates New Jersey's First Muslim-American Cabinet Member

    The 32-year-old Linwood and Galloway Township native currently serves as the assistant deputy under secretary for health for Quality, Safety, and Value at the United States Veterans Affairs Department.

  • New Jersey State Officials Begin New Session

    Some new and familiar faces officially took their seats in New Jersey's legislature yesterday and are ready to begin their new session.

  • AtlantiCare Awards 'Healthy Schools, Healthy Children' in South Jersey

    AtlantiCare is making sure children in South Jersey stay active and healthy by providing grants to schools throughout the area.

  • Governor Christie Gives Final State of the State Address

    Governor Chris Christie has addressed the state for the last time.

  • South Jersey Law Enforcement Celebrated for Heroism

    The event included free coffee and doughnuts throughout the day for local police, firefighters and first responders.

  • DEA's 360 Strategy to Combat Heroin, Opioid Crisis in New Jersey

    State and local officials met in Camden today to discuss a new program aimed at helping to bring an end to the heroin and opioid crisis in New Jersey.

  • Camden Had Lowest Homicide Rate in 33 Years in 2017

    “This city does not need a bunch of cops with shotguns and riot helmets running around trying to arrest our way into a safer city, that’s failed policy,” said Thomson. “What a place like Camden needs is police officers to be more guardians than warriors.”

  • Volunteers Saving Lives During Harsh Code Blue Stretch in Cumberland County

    For 14 consecutive days people have been volunteering their time overnight to make sure that the homeless population has a warm place to stay.

  • Fire Brings Down Williamstown Firefighter's Home

    A fire company in Gloucester County is coming together to help one of their own after a fire destroyed her home.

  • Bill to Rename Boardwalk Hall after Late Senator Reaches Christie's Desk

    Whelan, who was well-liked and respected by many, passed away in August. 

  • Teen Boy Dies After Being Shot in Camden

    Although crime rates in Camden have been on a decline, officials and residents are reminded that crime still hits close to home following the shooting death of a teenage boy in the city.

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    $150K in Drugs Found in Brigantine, Absecon Investigations — Suspects Sought

    Two investigations, both in Atlantic County, led to the seizure of more than $150,000 in drugs. 

  • Man Shot Outside Cumberland Mall after Drug Deal Gone Wrong

    Police in Vineland are investigating a shooting in an apparent drug deal gone wrong that left one man injured outside of the Cumberland Mall Monday.

  • Vineland Code Blue Warming Center Open Tonight in New Location

    Vineland's Code Blue Warming Center will open at 7 p.m., Tuesday evening, January 8, 2018, at a new location — the Living Hope Church, 1059 W Landis Avenue.
  • Sweeney Bills Protecting Students with Disabilities, Helping Car Services Who Drive Disabled Persons Approved by Senate

    The Senate today approved two bills sponsored by Senate President Steve Sweeney strengthening protections for students with disabilities and relieving the burden of costs of motor vehicle registrations for drivers of persons with disabilities.

  • Sweeney Bill Addresses Animal Cruelty

    A bill sponsored by Senate President Steve Sweeney would create an animal cruelty registry, listing those convicted of the offense.
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    Stockton Data Shows Atlantic City Had Good 2017 Overall

    Atlantic City showed healthy year-over-year gains for the city despite some short-term losses in the third quarter of 2017.

  • Cape May Snow Sculptor Featured on Travel Channel

    The Travel Channel's Best In Show filmed Shaffer creating a fire-breathing dragon snow sculpture from start to finish. 

  • New Mayor of Atlantic City Says First Week Was a 'Rollercoaster'

    With Revel Casino being sold, a blizzard touching down, and a fire displacing hundreds of residents, Atlantic City and the town’s new mayor had quite the busy week.

  • Police, Puerto Rican Nonprofit Team Up for Three Kings Day

    On Saturday many throughout South Jersey celebrated Three Kings Day and police in Camden County helped make the holiday extra special for a few families in need in their area.

  • Cape May-Lewes Ferry Suspends Operations Due to Ice

    Officials are advising travelers to continue to visit the Cape May-Lewes Ferry website for updates on when the ferry will be up and running again.

  • Police: Car Burglaries on Rise in Winslow Township

    A rise in car burglaries has police in Winslow Township reminding residents to always lock their car doors.

  • American Red Cross: Critical Need for Donors

    January is National Blood Donor Month and it could not have come at a perfect time as the American Red Cross faces a winter blood donation shortage.

  • Memorial Service Held for Former Governor Brendan Byrne

    Many across New Jersey bid their final farewell to former governor Brendan Byrne who passed away last Thursday.

  • Miss America Organization Raises Competition Age to 25

    Miss America contestants will now get an extra year to compete for the crown, thanks to a new rule drafted by organization officials.

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

    Revel Sold to Colorado Developer for $200 Million

    The Atlantic City rumor mill has been turning over the last few weeks regarding the possible sale of the former Revel property, and today those rumors have been confirmed as true.

  • With the Delaware Bay Frozen, People Venture onto the Ice in Cape May

    Below freezing temperatures and strong winds have frozen many waterways across New Jersey. One of the areas impacted the most by the ice has been Cape May.

  • CRDA Extends Free Parking at Wave Garage

    The New Jersey Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) has authorized the Wave Parking Garage in Atlantic City to extend free parking for all area residents and visitors from now through 9 a.m. Monday, January 8, 2018.  

  • Sweeney Denounces Sessions' Move to Punish States that Legalize Marijuana

    The state senate president has also vowed to not let Sessions' actions deter state officials from moving forward with implementing their plans to legalize marijuana in New Jersey.

  • N.J. Has a Finalist for National Teacher of the Year for First Time in Decades

    Amy Andersen, an American Sign Language teacher at Ocean City High School, is the 2017 New Jersey Teacher of the Year.

  • Trump May Put Oil Drilling Rigs off N.J. Beaches

    President Donald Trump's administration on Thursday proposed opening the Jersey Shore and the rest of the Atlantic Coast to oil drilling.

  • Braving Cold to Donate Much-Needed Blood in Cherry Hill

    On Friday, January 5th, the Camden County Freeholder Board's Park Department, in collaboration with the American Red Cross, hosted a blood drive in Cherry Hill to help support blood banks in the South Jersey area.

  • Cape May Zoo Otters Enjoy Snow Day

    Kids weren't the only ones having little fun in all the snow. Little otters Mork and Annie at the Cape May Zoo were definitely enjoying all the snow in their habitat on Friday, January 5th.

  • Cape May-Lewes Ferry Halts Operations Due to Frozen Delaware Bay

    In Cape May County, the snow and frigid temperatures are also making it difficult for the Cape May-Lewes Ferry to operate thanks to the Delaware Bay looking more like an ice-skating rink covered in snow.

  • Powerball, Mega Millions Jackpots Both Exceed $400 Million

    With no winning tickets called on Wednesday, January 3rd, for either game, the Powerball jackpot has now risen to $570 million, while the Mega Millions jackpot has reached $450 million.

  • Popular Mantua Twp. Hill Packed Thanks to Friday Snow Day

    As South Jersey works to dig out from Thursday's blizzard, dozens of school districts stayed closed Friday, January 5th.

  • Cumberland County Code Blue Coalition Still Needs Volunteers

    To apply to be a volunteer or to locate a warming center near you visit codebluecccnj.org. 

  • Retired Gloucester Twp. Police K-9 Nero Passes Away

    The Gloucester Township Police Department is mourning the loss of a beloved K-9.

  • Amazon Tax-Credit Bill Advances in New Jersey Senate

    According to the new Associated Press, a bill to award Amazon tax credits has advanced in the New Jersey Senate.

  • Middle Township Police Search for Armed Robbery Suspect

    A suspect, armed with a handgun, stole an undisclosed amount of cash from a Family Dollar in Middle Township. 

  • Brendan Byrne Dies, Former Governor Approved Gambling in A.C.

    Byrne received the reputation — by mobsters — as being too ethical to bribe. 

  • Atlantic City High-Rise Fire Leads to 291 Evacuations During Blizzard

    As if the blizzard conditions weren't enough, residents in an Atlantic City high rise were evacuated Thursday night for an electrical fire.

  • Oaks Receives $9.7 Million in State Funding to Help Battle Opioid Crisis

    Oaks Integrated Care officials announced on Wednesday, January 3rd, that it has received $9.7 million in funding from the New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services.

  • Ever Think about Where Your Spanish Rice Comes From? A Good Bet it's from New Jersey.

    Not long ago, Saveur Magazine dubbed New Jersey the most “edible state” in the country, with a food culture more rich and diverse than California or New York.

  • Big Changes Coming to Miss America Organization Says Carlson

    Newly appointed chair of the Miss America Organization Gretchen Carlson says big, positive changes are coming to the organization.

  • Atlantic City Mayor: Residents, Stay Home Until Storm Subsides

    Snow plows could not plow enough to keep the snowfall from quickly recovering the roads.

  • 'Harsh, Brutal' Snow Storm Whips through Blueberry Capital of the World

    Winds were so strong in Hammonton Thursday morning, at times whiteout conditions were being experienced there. But for a town that thrives on its downtown, this weather had it looking like a ghost town.

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    SNJ Today's Favorite Viewer Blizzard Photos

    While all the snow may have been a bit of a headache, it sure brought out some awesome photos.

  • Gloucester County Crews Battle Snow, Wind as Winter Storm Hits South Jersey

    In Gloucester County, the story was the same a the snow kept blanketing the roads, despite efforts from emergency management crews who have been plowing and salting.

  • New Jersey Transit Bus Stuck During Storm in Wildwood

    Cape May County is getting hit with some of the highest snow totals in the region from the current storm.

  • Suspicious Fires in Gloucester Township Being Investigated

    No injuries were reported, but several unoccupied townhomes were severely damaged.

  • Crews Work Around Clock to Clear Camden County Roads

    Snow continued to fall in Camden County for a good portion of the day, causing issues with busy roads and stalled vehicles.

  • N.J. State Police Respond to 254 Motor Vehicle Crashes, Come to Aid of Even More

    The Garden State Parkway was virtually empty on Thursday, January 4th, but even so, officials have reduced speeds along the length of the parkway to 35 miles per hour.

  • Pot Plants, Other Items Stolen from South Jersey Medical Marijuana Dispensary

    Police search for pot thieves in Egg Harbor Township after medical marijuana dispensary is burglarized.

  • New Jersey Now Only State Where You Can't Pump Your Own Gas

    New Jersey is the only state left where all residents are prohibited from pumping their own gas.

  • The bill would require the state's electric utilities to purchase credits from nuclear power plants.

    N.J. Senate Vote on Nuclear Energy Bailout Canceled Due to Storm

    Looks like the snow not only canceled school, it also canceled a vote for a new bill that could help New Jersey's nuclear power industry from going under.

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    Blizzard Declared in Atlantic County

    The Atlantic County Office of Emergency Preparedness has issued a blizzard declaration as of 11 a.m. Thursday, January 4.

  • Murphy Picks Two National Experts for Top Human Services, Child Welfare Jobs

    Gov.-elect Phil Murphy, seeking to strengthen the state's defenses against potentially harmful federal policy changes, has appointed two Garden State natives with significant national experience to lead New Jersey's human services and child welfare agencies.

  • State of Emergency Declared for Atlantic and Cape May Counties

    Governor Chris Christie has announced a State of Emergency for Atlantic and Cape May Counties.

  • Snow Piles Up, Speeds Lowered Across New Jersey

     Road crews across New Jersey are trying to keep up with snow driven by strong northerly winds.

  • Cumberland County Prepares for First Winter Storm of 2018

    Cumberland County’s Public Works Department is on standby, ready to tackle the upcoming winter storm.

  • Millville Firefighters Practice Frozen Water Rescues

    If you ever fall into frozen water remain calm, hold on to the ice around you, and kick your feet to stay float while you wait for help to arrive.

  • Red Cross Offers Winter Storm Safety Tips

    The Red Cross has steps people can take to prepare for and stay safe during severe winter weather.  

  • Road Closures in South Jersey Due to Water Main Breaks

    Freezing temperatures have been causing headaches in the form of water-main breaks throughout the area.

  • Camden County Warming Centers See Higher Demand

    Every municipality within Camden County is required to have at least one warming center.

  • Atlantic County Prepares for Overnight Snowfall

    Mother Nature isn’t letting up this winter and the eastern part of southern New Jersey appears to be in the crosshairs for the first snowfall of 2018.

  • Christie Announces $35 Million in Funding for Opioid Treatment Services

    In about two weeks, Governor-elect Phil Murphy will be taking over, but that isn't slowing down Governor Chris Christie who is continuing his fight against the opioid crisis.

  • Cape May Police: Phone Scammer Posing as Atlantic City Electric Rep

    Police are reminding everyone to never give out personal or payment information over the phone.

  • Ice Conditions Halt Cape May – Lewes Ferry Operations

    Due to significant ice accumulations in the Cape May canal and associated wind conditions expected with the impending nor’easter on the Delaware Bay, Cape May-Lewes Ferry (CMLF) officials announced this afternoon that ferry operations have been suspended for Thursday, January 4, 2018.    

  • Report: More Residents Leaving New Jersey

    The study tracks customers' state-to-state migration patterns and showed that more Americans are moving to the West with states such as Oregon, Idaho, and Nevada seeing the high percentage of inbound migration throughout 2017.

  • $440 Million Powerball Jackpot One of Largest in History

    The current Powerball jackpot is now the ninth largest jackpot on record coming in at $440 million.

  • Vineland Police Search for Rite Aid Robbery Suspect

    The suspect, who was believed to be armed with a weapon, stole an undisclosed amount of cash from the register and escaped in a 4 door cream-colored car.

  • Millville's Aaniyah Street Lands Spot on National Soccer Team

    A Millville soccer player has been recognized as one of the best players in the country in her age group.

  • 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.

  • 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. 

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

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  • 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.