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    Your quick SNJ Today recap of the third week of September 2017, plus a few things to look out for this weekend.

  • Local Church Asks South Jersey to Help Fill Cargo Container with Donations

    Donations to those affected by Hurricane Harvey continue to pile up here in South Jersey, as one Cape May County-based church is filling a cargo container of items to those most in need.

  • Sixers Mascot Visits Glassboro Students

    On Friday, September 22nd, Franklin, the Philadelphia 76ers mascot, stopped by the Thomas E. Bowe School in Glassboro to meet, greet and have some fun with the 4th through 6th graders. 

  • Gleaning Week Aims to Gather Fresh Produce for Food Banks and Soup Kitchens

    With harvesting season in full swing, one local organization is hoping to put leftover produce to good use.

  • Injured Seal Gets Transported to His New Home

    After seven months of recovering from a fin injury a tough young seal finally left the hospital for his new permanent home.

  • An Area Children's Non-Profit Seeks Cleaning Supplies

    The Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey needs help keeping the house clean for the families using it. 

  • Atlantic City Electric Customers Rates to Increase

    The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has approved a settlement between Atlantic City Electric and interested parties that will increase rates for customers.

  • Stockton Poll Shows Democrats Outdueling Republicans in 2017 Races

    According to a new poll out from Stockton University, Democrats are currently leading Republicans in the First Legislative District's upcoming elections. 

  • Man Killed in Early Morning Camden Shooting

    Camden County police are investigating a fatal shooting that happened in the early morning of Thursday, September 21st.

  • 25-Year-Old Woman's Shooting Death Being Investigated by Cumberland County Police

    Officials in Cumberland County are investigating a suspected homicide that happened on Wednesday, September 20th. 

  • Rep. Frank LoBiondo — The SNJ Today Interview 2017 (VIDEO)

    New Jersey Rep. Frank LoBiondo visited the SNJ Today offices on Monday, Sept. 18th for a sit-down interview with Mike Epifanio.

  • Hundreds Gather for Prayer, Peace at St. Padre Pio Festival

    “The people are really and truly coming out in great, tremendous amounts, due to the Padre Pio,” said Marie Dandrea, founder of the Saint Padre Pio shrine. Side by side, visitors from all across South Jersey walked together, praying to St. Padre Pio at last night’s annual festival.

  • Five-Day Run for the Fallen Commences in Wildwood

    The team of active-duty military members will stop at various hero markers to honor brave men and women from the Garden State who lost their lives in battle.

  • This Project Is Protecting Jersey's Shorelines

    Congressman Frank LoBiondo joined West Wildwood officials and representatives from the Nature Conservancy to visit and discuss the work that is being done at one of the sites of their partnered shorelines project. 

  • Three Year Old Fighting Cancer Gets Visit from Heroes

    A South Jersey boy who is battling cancer received a visit from some of his heroes this week.

  • Golf Clinic for Wounded Veterans Held in Sewell

    Eighteen wounded veterans received a unique kind of rehab on Thursday, September 21st, in Gloucester County. 

  • At 96, Gets High School Diploma and Becomes Nurse (For a Day)

    A little over a month ago, Leona “Auntie Lee” Paulus beat the odds and got her high school diploma. Now, the 96-year-old Salem County resident ...

  • Bridgeton Police Investigating Deadly Shooting

    Police in Cumberland County are investigating a shooting that left one person dead late on Wednesday, September 20th. 

  • Historic Soldiers Weekend at Fort Mott State Park

    This weekend South Jersey residents will be able to honor the bravery and sacrifices of United States troops throughout history.

  • Inspira Opens Emergency Room for Seniors in Vineland

    The department is just the second of its kind in the state and the first in South Jersey. 

  • South Jersey ShopRite Stores 'Bag Out Hunger'

    Since ShopRite first started the event, more than $43 million has gone to food banks across the Northeast region.

  • Scores Unsettled: Former Trump Taj Mahal Strip Club Sued by Hard Rock

    On Monday, September 18th, the new owner of the Taj property in Atlantic City filed a lawsuit that claims that the former Scores AC is preventing the company from opening on schedule and operating without "potential denigration" of the Hard Rock brand.

  • Truck Follows GPS Directions onto Boardwalk, Leaving Trail of Damage Behind

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  • Norcross at Rutgers' DACA Roundtable: 'We're All Immigrants'

    Congressman Donald Norcross (D-N.J. 1st Dist.) stopped by Rutgers University-Camden on Monday, September 20th, to talk with "Dreamers" about the impact of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

  • Annual Senior Citizen Picnic Held at National Park

    Each year more than 1,800 seniors come out to the event and officials with the Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders say providing the opportunity to give seniors a chance to have a good time is what makes it a favorite for attendees.

  • N.J. Lawmaker Seeks to Get the Lead Out of Drinking Water in Schools

    The top Democrat on the House Energy and Commerce Committee is pushing his colleagues to support legislation offering grants to public schools so they can replace drinking fountains tainted by lead. 

  • Rowan University: All Drinking Water on Campus Now Lead-Free

    After more than a year, Rowan University has officially announced that all drinking water on campus is now safe and lead-free.

  • Mantua Twp. Police Searching for Theft, Burglary Suspect

    The Mantua Township Police Department needs help identifying a suspect in a recent burglary and theft at a local college.

  • Camden Joins List of Possible Cities for Amazon’s Second HQ

    Camden County has officially joined the battle to bring Amazon's second headquarters to the South Jersey area.

  • N.J. Hospitals Say New Republican Obamacare Repeal 'Would Hurt Millions of People'

    Hospitals in New Jersey and the nation's doctors have joined efforts to defeat the Senate Republicans' last-minute effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

  • Stockton Investigating Unapproved White Supremacy Group Fliers on Campus

    At Stockton University, police are searching for three individuals who are believed to be involved in the unauthorized posting of fliers around campus for a group that has been identified by some as a white supremacist organization. 

  • North Wildwood Feels Effects of Hurricane Jose

    Even though Hurricane Jose stayed out at sea, towns along the southern New Jersey coast were feeling its effects on the afternoon of Tuesday, September 19th, as winds were whipping and ocean waters were extremely rough.

  • Camden's LEAP Academy Charter School Celebrates 20th Anniversary

    Local officials, students, parents, and alumni gathered on the morning of Tuesday, September 19th, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Camden's LEAP Academy University Charter School.

  • 'Hands-Only CPR' Tour Makes Stop at Rowan University

    The American Heart Association and the AmeriGroup Foundation have teamed up to raise awareness for heart health, and this week, their national tour stopped here in South Jersey. 

  • Prescription Drug Disposal Goes Mobile in Camden County

    Officials hope the new drop-box system will give residents a more convenient option to properly dispose of unused prescription drugs and ultimately help save lives

  • New Jersey to Spend $200 Million Battling Drug Addiction Epidemic

    According to Christie, the $200 million will go to such things as recovery coaches, as well as requiring medical schools in the state to establish a curriculum on opioid addiction.

  • Move Along, Nothing to See Here, Just a Giant Pile of Smashed Fruit

    It appears to be a teachable moment. At least that seems to be the gist of a New Jersey State Police Facebook post Tuesday. It features two pictures of a -- tractor trailer after it overturned and spilled its load of watermelons over busy I-295 in Bellmawr the weekend before last.

  • Miss New Jersey Pre-Teen Donates Hundreds of Books

    Back in February, SNJ Today brought you the story of 13-year old Miss New Jersey Pre-Teen Cover Girl 2017 Charlotte Olson, who donated more than 1,300 books to sick kids in need.

  • New Jersey Gas Tax to Stick at 23 Cents

    Drivers in New Jersey can breathe a sigh of relief as state officials have decided not to increase the gas tax.

  • Deadly Motorcycle Collision in Mullica Twp. Under Investigation

    Police in Mullica Township are looking for information about a deadly motorcycle accident that happened on Monday, September 18th. 

  • Vineland Voters Asked: Do You Have Issues?

    A small group of Vineland voters will ask each other: ‘What are the most important issues in the 2017 governor’s race?’

  • Atlantic City Offering Free Parking During Tropical Storm Jose

    At the request of the City of Atlantic City’s Office of Emergency Management, the New Jersey Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) has authorized the Wave Parking Garage to provide free overnight parking for all area residents and visitors.

  • Christian Rockers in South Jersey for Drug Prevention Benefit Concert

    For area residents who enjoy listening to the glorious, uplifting and spiritually healing sounds of Christian music, there’s a special treat for you. On Thursday, September 28, three well-known and revered Christian music artists—Dez Childs, Tyrus Morgan and Unspoken—will be performing at the New Life World Outreach Church in Millville. 

  • Six Flags El Diablo Ride Restraint Failed and Injured Girl, Lawsuit Alleges

    The parents of a Gibbstown juvenile are suing Six Flags Great Adventure over claims that their daughter was injured on a ride at the Jackson Township amusement park.

  • LoBiondo Hopes to Increase Apprenticeship Opportunities with Bipartisan Bill

    Congressman Frank LoBiondo (R-2nd) is teaming up with other United States Representatives in hopes of enhancing apprenticeship opportunities for American workers.

  • Cherry Hill Police Chief Gives Tips on Keeping Kids Safe

    Several of last week’s attempts involved different suspects trying to lure children with cash or through conversation.

  • Stockton Study Shows Growth in A.C. Tourism Industry

    A new report from Stockton University showed that Atlantic City's tourism industry is continuing to see sustained positive growth in the second quarter of the year.

  • Rodgers School Joins Rowan's Professional Development School Network

    Glassboro's J. Harvey Rodgers School officially joined the Professional Development School Network in Rowan University's College of Education.

  • PowerCorps Camden Program Gets $10,000 Grant

    Camden County Freeholder Jonathan Young and representatives with PSE&G met in Camden's Waterfront South neighborhood on Monday, September 18th, to award the PowerCorps Camden Program with $10,000 in new funding.

  • Christie, Opioid Commission: Non-Addictive Pain Meds in the Works

    Governor Chris Christie announced on Monday, September 18th, that new steps are being taken to help bring an end to the opioid addiction and overdose crisis in the country.

  • Washington Twp. Police Investigating Home Invasion

    A home burglary in Gloucester County has police seeking the public's help in identifying the three suspects caught on camera. 

  • Cumberland County Charter Schools Recognized for Quality

    The New Jersey Department of Education has set both the Millville Public Charter School (MPCS) and Vineland Public Charter Schools (VPCS) as Tier 1. 

  • Three Millville Residents Hospitalized After Being Shot on Porch

    Police in Millville are investigating two separate shootings that left three residents injured on Friday, September 15th. 

  • Atlantic County Officials Investigating Double Homicide in Buena

    The Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office is looking for information about a shooting that left two dead in Buena over the weekend. 

  • Night of Lights Parade Makes Comeback—25 Years Later

    After more than 25 years, a Mays Landing tradition finally made its big return this weekend.

  • Pick the Perfect Pumpkin at These 9 South Jersey Patches

    As summer turns to fall, the seasonal changes can be seen and felt everywhere. From the first chilly breeze to sneak through an open window, to the first yellow leaf that glides silently down to land on a pool deck. And around every corner it seems there is a wagon waiting to take autumn admirers young and old out into a field to fetch the season’s perfect pumpkin. Here are nine pumpkin patches in southern New Jersey where families can pick pumpkins just in time for fall. 

  • Volunteers to Help Environment on International Coastal Cleanup Day

    When walking along the beautiful coast communities in South Jersey, finding trash is, unfortunately, an easy task.  

  • Family Receives Free Installation of Railings to Help Their Children

    Once a month, a local construction company holds a Day of Service and picks a special needs family to give them a free day of labor to fix up something around their house.

  • Governor Christie Praises Camden's Education Reform

    Governor Chris Christie made a trip to Camden Friday to discuss how the city's education system has improved.

  • ACUA Shows Teens What's to Offer in the Environmental Career Field

    A local energy provider is hoping to help teens find the right career path by exploring all of the options available in the environmental field. 

  • Rutgers-Camden Receives Academic Research Award

    Rutgers Camden has been awarded an federal Academic Research Enhancement Award of over $450,000.

  • Police Searching for Suspected Shoe-Lifting Duo in E.H.T.

    Police in Egg Harbor Township need your help identifying two suspects in an on-going theft investigation.

  • Ironman Triathlon Returns to Atlantic City, Area Traffic Delays Expected

    On Sunday, September 17th, expect major traffic delays and road closures throughout Atlantic City and parts of Atlantic County as athletes hit the streets, Boardwalk, and water to complete in this year's Ironman 70.3 Triathlon. 

  • Rip Currents Forecasted to Worsen Due to Tropical Storm Jose

    With temperatures warming back up across South Jersey, many may be tempted to head to the beach, but with Tropical Storm Jose churning out at sea you may want to take caution.

  • What N.J. Thinks of Hiking Minimum Wage, Legalizing Pot

    A new poll shows a majority of New Jersey voters approve of increasing the state's minimum wage, legalizing marijuana and requiring background checks for all gun buyers. 

  • Hundreds Gather in A.C. to Remember Late Senator Jim Whelan

    Senator. Mayor. A family man and friend. Mentor, teacher, swimmer, and lifelong champion of Atlantic City. That's how the late James Whelan was described by many at a memorial service held Thursday.

  • Addition of Byrne Plaza to Improve Downtown Wildwood

    Pacific Avenue in Wildwood was once dubbed, "The Block that Rocks," and now it’s rolling in all the right directions.

  • Kennedy, Jefferson Health Systems Announce Regional Merger

    The merge is the first time a Philadelphia and New Jersey hospital have joined together, and officials said they hope the merger will bring better, more convenient health-care services to patients in both areas.

  • Small Business Owners Learn Tools for Growth at Rutgers-Camden Workshop

    On Thursday, September 14th, Rutgers University hosted a free event to help small business owners in the area learn how to expand and prosper. 

  • Five Dogs Rescued from Hurricanes Ready for Adoption in N.J.

    The state of New Jersey has been doing its part to help those affected by hurricanes Harvey and Irma, including the furriest victims. 

  • New Poll: Murphy Leads Guadagno in N.J. Governor Race

    A new poll out from Quinnipiac University shows gubernatorial Democratic Phil Murphy has the lead in this year's race for New Jersey's next governor.

  • Investors Foundation Gives $5,000 to Camden's Community Gardens

    The Investors Foundation, which supports non-profits throughout South Jersey, awarded the WCDC a $5,000 grant to help the group's two community gardens in Camden grow and thrive. 

  • N.J. Task Force One Returns from Texas, Florida

    After nearly a week in Florida, crew members of the New Jersey Task Force One are heading back home to the Garden State.

  • Food Banks in South Jersey Awarded $195,000 in Grants

    The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs announced on Thursday, September 14th, that six food banks in the state, including some here in South Jersey have been awarded grants totaling more than $195,000.

  • Camden County Freeholders Roll Out Plan to End Homelessness

    Representatives with Camden’s Cathedral Kitchen opened their doors for a One-Stop Resource Fair, in the hopes of tearing down walls and barriers while also bringing together different types of services and organizations that share the same goal - to help struggling community members.

  • SNJ Today / Glasstown Productions Wins 'Best Documentary' for Richie Kates Film

    SNJ Today's April 2017 documentary Richie Kates: Uncommon Journey picked up an award from the PhilaFilm 40th annual Philadelphia International Film Festival. The film, which follows the extraordinary and inspiring life of "Cumberland County's Champ" Richie Kates, a professional boxer, community activist, and youth and prisoner mentor, won in the 2017 PhilaFilm category of "Best Documentary." 

  • Nature Helps South Jersey Shore Community with Flood Concerns

    By using a system of gates, the area is able to drain freshwater to make room for what a storm may bring.

  • Eight Hurricane Pups Ready to Call N.J. Their Fur-ever Home

    When hurricanes Harvey and Irma began threatening the United States, shelters in the affected areas needed to clear out to make room for animals rescued from flooding.

  • Sweeney Plan: Name Boardwalk Hall After Late Senator Jim Whelan

    Senate President Steve Sweeney announced plans to introduce new legislation to dedicate Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City as Senator Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall in his memory.

  • Christie Signs Executive Order to Honor Cherry Hill Sailor

    Governor Chris Christie has signed a new executive order to honor a fallen United States Navy sailor from South Jersey.

  • Rowan U. Moves On Up in 'U.S. News' Best National Colleges List

    Rowan University is celebrating a new milestone with the release of the US News and World Report 2018 Best Colleges list.

  • Atlantic City Casino Revenue Drops

    Atlantic City's casinos won just a little bit less from gamblers this August than they did last year. 

  • Community Gets 'Taste of Honey' at Pre-Rosh Hashanah Cake Bake

    The Jewish Federation of Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem counties held a pre-Rosh Hashanah Honey Cake Bake at the Beth Israel Congregation in Vineland. 

  • Commission Attempts to Prevent Natural Gas Drilling and Fracking in Delaware River

    On Wednesday, September 13th, the commission approved a measure to begin the lengthy process of enacting a formal ban to protect the water quality for marine life and for residents that use the Delaware watershed for drinking water. 

  • Margate Dune Saga Latest: U.S. Government Must Pay for Drainage System

    In the ongoing dune battle in Margate, a new agreement has been made to create a drainage system for the city's beaches. 

  • Salem County Offering Free NARCAN Training to Residents

    Officials announced on Monday, September 11th, that residents of Salem County can receive free training on how to administer the life-saving naloxone spray (Narcan) to a person who had overdosed on opioids.  

  • South Jersey Musician Overcomes Paralysis to Pursue Musical Dreams

    Gooch formed his band nearly five years ago and has been performing, recording, and raising awareness ever since.

  • ACUA Touts Electric Vehicles During National Drive Electric Week

    The Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA) hosted another event this year for National Drive Electric Week.

  • Breaking Ground to Give Veterans Affordable Housing in South Jersey

    A local organization is celebrating a big day as they get digging on a project seven years in the making.

  • Elmer Fire Department Raising Money for Boy Battling Cancer

    After meeting a three-year-old battling cancer this weekend and making him an honorary firefighter, one South Jersey fire department is going on step further to help their new friend.

  • Rutgers Marine Veteran Recipient of Pat Tillman Scholarship

    A South Jersey military veteran, who is also a student at Rutgers University-Camden, received a top honor in the academic community on Tuesday, September 12th, to help support continuing her education.

  • Deptford Summit Brings Children's Issues to Forefront

    On Tuesday, September 12th, the group Advocates for Children of New Jersey hosted its 2017 Children's Summit to help bring attention to issues affecting children in the upcoming election.

  • ACPD Looking for Monday Morning Shooting Suspect

    Police in Atlantic City need your help identifying a suspect in a shooting that happened Monday, September 11th. 

  • Funeral Set for Cherry Hill Sailor Killed in Navy Ship Crash

    In lieu of flowers, the family is asking that contributions be sent to Saint Andrews Church in his memory.

  • Stockton Ranked in Best Public Regional Universities List

    The US News and World Report 2018 America's Best Colleges list has been released, and a South Jersey university is among the top 10.

  • Glassboro's Rebecca Ballier and Delsea Earn Titles at SJT Gloucester County Open (with PHOTOS)

    The junior singles player on the Glassboro girls tennis team gave up on softball after her initial year at the secondary school. She found the sport to have too much pressure, with the coaching too intense. Yet, she had no problems with being the No. 1 seed in the South Jersey Times Gloucester County Tournament.

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    The Transportation Security Administration has yet to strengthen security procedures at railroads a decade after legislation required such actions in response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks, according to two reports.

  • Jersey Loves its 'Show Us Your Shoes' Parade

    The Miss America "Show Us Your Shoes" parade started in the 1980s and although it took a brief hiatus from Atlantic City — when the pageant moved to Las Vegas from 2006-2013 — New Jersey residents are always glad to see it back in their home state.

  • South Jersey Twin Tower Survivor Recounts 9/11 Experience

    September 11th, 2001, is a day the country will never forget and for Audubon resident Giaccardo, it’s a day that changed his life forever.

  • AAA: Expect Gas Prices to Go Down by End of Month

    Between Hurricane Harvey and the gas tax that was implemented in New Jersey earlier this year, Bradley said prices this fall have been higher than normal.

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    Thousands gathered in Atlantic City Monday morning for the annual Saracini-O'Neil 9/11 Memorial Service to honor Atlantic City heroes Victor Saracini and John O'Neil and the many others who were killed during the attacks.

  • Atlantic County Synagogue to Send Gift Cards to Harvey Survivors

    Representatives with Beth Israel Synagogue in Northfield are collecting gift cards to be sent to victims of Harvey in Texas. 

  • Could Amazon Build Second Headquarters in South Jersey?

    Atlantic County Executive Dennis Levinson says the county offers a perfect location for Amazon's new headquarters — Amazon HQ 2.

  • Miss America 2018 Continues Toe-Dip Tradition in Atlantic Ocean

    One of the newly crowned Miss America's first appearances is the traditional Toe Dip in the Atlantic Ocean.

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    Officials in Camden County are seeking the public's help in identifying a vehicle that may be connected to a homicide that happened on September 8th.

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  • Miss North Dakota Cara Mund Crowned Miss America 2018

    On Sunday, September 10th, 23-year-old Miss North Dakota Cara Mund won the world-renowned event by beating 50 fellow contestants to become Miss America 2018. 

  • Never Forget: New Jersey's 746 September 11th Victims

    16-years ago, New Jersey lost 746 of its own when Islamic terrorists attacked New York City, the Pentagon, and United Airlines Flight 93.

  • 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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

  • Wildwood Hotel Motel Assoc. Supports Maintaining J-1 Student Work Program

    The Greater Wildwood Hotel Motel Association approved a resolution to support and expand the J-1 Student Work and Travel Program.

  • 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.

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

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