• Cape May County 4-H Fair Offers Cool Options This Weekend

    Cape May County is offering a lot more this weekend than just its famous sandy beaches and seaside fun, thanks to the annual 4-H Fair. 

  • Bus Stop Café Delivers Nutritious Meals to Salem County Kids

    “During the summer months, the harsh reality is that for these children that rely on those meals, they’re going without during the summer months,” said Lauren Hann, Senior Manager of Communications for the Food Bank of South Jersey.

  • Helping Area Youth to 'Think Like an Entrepreneur'

    Some local high school students got the chance put their entrepreneurial skills to the test and come up with products that we may see hit store shelves some day.

  • City's Police, Fire Chief Reads to Kids at Millville Public Library

    The Millville Public Library invited Millville's Police Chief Jody Farabella and Fire Chief Michael Lippincott to read to kids who were visiting for the day.

  • Lawsuit Filed Over Hugg-Harrison-Glover House Demolition

    A new lawsuit has been filed regarding the historic South Jersey home with ties to the Revolutionary War that was abruptly destroyed this past spring.

  • Proposal Could Mean Cleaner Drinking Water in Galloway

    Currently, the groundwater in the affected area is contaminated with volatile organic compounds, which can have serious health impacts on residents.

  • Giant Sycamore Gets Trim Instead Buzz Cut After Compromise with Power Company

    A township resident who challenged Atlantic City Electric's plans to cut a significant portion of a 150-year-old sycamore tree on his property has reached an agreement with the utility that will leave most of the tree intact.

  • Atlantic County Family Files Lawsuit Over Ruling of Daughter's Death

    A family in Mays Landing has filed a civil lawsuit in hopes of finding more answers in relation to the death of their 18-year-old daughter, which occurred nearly two years ago.

  • Another Salem County Township Bans Outdoor Smoking

    The new ordinance prohibits the use of all tobacco products, including electronic cigarettes and vaping devices in Quinton parks, recreation areas, and municipal building and vehicles.

  • Beating the Heat on the Bay in Stone Harbor

    If you’re looking for a different way to cool off during this oppressive heat wave, look no further than Stone Harbor where the operators of a family business in existence for 29 years is showing families a different way to experience the bay.

  • Rowan Helping to Keep Doctors in Garden State

    South Jersey high school students are getting a head start on a future in medicine this summer at Rowan’s School of Osteopathic Medicine’s new summer program called RAISE — Recognizing Achievement and Inspiring Student Excellence. 

  • Camden Corps Plus Program Honors First Graduates

    A new program in Camden is working to help students get on the path to success has honored its first graduating class.

  • Navigating Healthcare Forum Held at Rowan

    Health officials and business leaders from all over the region gathered in Glassboro on Wednesday, July 19th, to discuss the state of healthcare in New Jersey.

  • With Temps Rising, South Jersey Cities Open Cooling Centers

    As the heat and humidity continue to increase over the coming days, several municipalities in South Jersey are issuing heat advisories and offering cooling centers for those who may be unable to get out of the high temperatures.

  • Guadagno, Murphy Share Similar Sentiments Regarding U.S. Healthcare

    Major party gubernatorial candidates Phil Murphy and Kim Guadagno had the spotlight to share their views on health care in the state at the health care forum.

  • Partnerships Announced for 2017 N.J. Gubernatorial Debates

    Election officials have announced the hosts and sponsors of the two gubernatorial debates set for later this year.

  • N.J. Lottery Introduces New 'Quick Draw' Game

    The drawings are held every five minutes and will allow players to purchase a 'Quick Draw' play from $1 to $10. 

  • This Jersey Shore Town Retains 'Strongest Beach Patrol' Title (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    Promoters called the 3rd Annual 2017 Red Bull Surf & Rescue an elite regional competition featuring 50 teams of lifeguards from Long Island to Virginia Beach all converging on Atlantic City "to determine the Mid-Atlantic's strongest beach patrol."

  • A Guitar Maker's Odyssey

    BUENA, N.J. — With only a handful of basic woodshop tools, a modest, makeshift work table set up in his living room, primitive materials and devices—plus more than six decades with a passion for wood—Lorenzo Ingegneri is working on one of his new guitars.  Minute fragments of bone blow into the air as dust settles in the folds of Ingegneri’s striped cotton shirt. Inside his quaint Buena home ...

  • Rare Snow Leopard Cubs Make Public Debut at Cape May Zoo

    In 2015, only 12 snow leopards were born in North America, making this pair even more important to the species as a whole.

  • Philadelphia 76ers Officially Open Sixers Innovation Lab

    There’s going to be more than just basketballs bouncing around the Philadelphia 76ers Training Complex on the waterfront in Camden.

  • Mandela Washington Fellows Visit Rutgers University-Camden

    Tuesday, July 18th, is Mandela Day, which honors the legacy of South Africa's Nelson Mandela.

  • Are Electric School Buses Coming to Your District?

    School officials from all across south jersey met today for a workshop to learn about a new way to make their school districts green.

  • Boy with Rare Disease Sworn in as Wildwood Police Officer

    Police in Wildwood decided to help make a life-long dream come true for a 9-year-old boy from Wisconsin battling serious health issues by swearing him in to join the team. 

  • Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office Warns of Phony IRS Phone Scam

    Atlantic County officials have released a warning to residents about a phone scammer posing to be with the IRS.

  • On the Ave: Planning Ahead

    It’s the dog days of summer as I’m writing this, but we’re planning ahead in Main Street Vineland for the fall and winter.

  • Drowning Deaths Stress Importance of Precautions

    This weekend’s tragedy was the third child drowning in South Jersey this month.

  • Nor’easter Nick, Brigantine Clean Communities Host Beach Cleanup

    Nor’easter Nick, along with the group Brigantine Clean Communities, hosted a beach cleanup on Saturday, July, 15th.

  • Live Nation Donates $30,000 to Boys and Girls Club of A.C.

    While Pink gave fans good vibes with her performance at last week's Atlantic City BeachFest Concert Series, a well-known entertainment company put smiles on other people's faces by giving them a financial contribution.

  • Mullica Hill Welcomes Retired Sailor Who Receives New Home

    A South Jersey veteran got to move into his new, custom-built home in Gloucester County on Monday, July 17th, thanks to the national nonprofit, Homes for Our Troops.

  • Millville Police Investigate Pair of Shootings

    Millville Police are investigating two shootings that occurred on Sunday, July 16th, and Monday, July 17th, respectively.

  • Cooper River Park Receives Grants to Improve Facilities

    Some big changes are on the way for a popular riverfront park in Camden County thanks to new funding. 

  • Solar Park Coming to Pennsauken

    Officials in Camden County met Monday, July 17th, to unveil plans to expand efforts to protect the environment.

  • New Wal-Mart Set to Open in Egg Harbor Twp.

    The long-awaited opening of a new Wal-Mart in Egg Harbor Township is just hours away.

  • Heart of Surfing Offers Youngsters with Special Needs Chance to Surf

    On Saturday, July 15th, officials from the Margate Fire Department and Heart of Surfing hosted a fun event to give children and young adults with special needs a chance to learn how to surf. 

  • Millville K-9 Officer Celebrates 5th Birthday

    A very special celebration was put on this weekend for Millville's furriest police officer. 

  • Fantasy Sports Betting Comes to N.J.'s First Casino

    New Jersey's first casino has become the first in Atlantic City to let customers play daily fantasy sports contests for money.

  • Galloway Child Dies After Drowning

    A missing child report has ended in tragedy in one South Jersey town.

  • Children and Adults with Special-Needs Soaking Up Camp Sun 'N Fun

    For more than 50 years, Camp Sun ‘N Fun in Williamstown has given children and adults with special needs a chance to get out of the house and enjoy everything summer has to offer.

  • Morey's Pier, Ripley's Combine to Leave Visitors A-Maze-d

    On Friday, July 14th, the Boardwalk had some unique guests as Ripley’s Entertainment brought in sideshow performers to unveil their latest project, the Ripley’s Adventure Maze at Morey's Piers.

  • Amazon, Coca Cola and Others Want to Hire Disabled Citizens in Gloucester County

    On Friday, July 14th, the county held its annual Disability Employment Job Fair and Resource Event in Clayton to help people living with disabilities find new job opportunities and explore all the options that are out their for them.

  • No N.J. Voter Info Shared to Trump's Voter Fraud Commission

    New Jersey has yet to submit any voter information to the Voter Fraud Commission created by President Donald Trump.

  • Timber Creek Solar Park Opens in Gloucester Twp.

    The new park, owned and operated by Marina Energy L.L.C., consists of more than 10,000 solar panels and is estimated to produce over four million kilowatt hours per year. 

  • ACPD Swears in Seven New Officers

    Congratulations are in order for the Atlantic City Police Department's newest full-time officers.

  • Police Searching for Suspects in Animal Cruelty Case

    Officials in Atlantic City are seeking the public's help in identifying three suspects in an animal cruelty case.

  • $5,000 Reward Offered to Solve A.C. Homicide Case

    Police in Atlantic City are offering a reward of $5,000 to anyone with information that will lead to the arrest of the suspect or suspects involved in two shootings and a homicide on Tuesday, July 11th.

  • Kennedy Health Helps Preserve Historic Stratford Building

    On Thursday, July 13th, Kennedy Health officials announced a donation of $5,000 to the Stratford Historical Preservation Commission.

  • Kids Learn Right Way to Rescue a Stranded Sea Turtle

    The Marine Mammal Stranding Center is hosting a summer program where they’re teaching children the proper things to do when they notice a marine mammal stranded ashore.

  • 'CNN Money' Ranks Cumberland County College Highest in State for Student Success

    A report from CNN Money ranks Cumberland County College as having the highest rate of student success in New Jersey.

  • Camden County Police Providing ICAT Training

    “We are taking a national progressive model with de-escalation and we’re providing the training here from a regional perspective.”

  • New Jersey State Police Looking for TD Bank Robbery Suspect

    The New Jersey State Police is seeking the community's help in solving a bank robbery in Upper Deerfield Twp. 

  • Chickie's and Pete's Crab Fries $1 Till Midnight, Proceeds to Police Fund

    Many celebrated National French Fry Day on Thursday, July 13th, including Chickie's and Pete's, which is offering its world-famous Crab Fries for $1 until midnight.

  • Hammonton Airport Receives Federal Grant to Upgrade Facility

    The Federal Aviation Administration's Airport Improvement Program awarded the Hammonton Municipal Airport with a grant totaling more than $210,000 dollars to update the airport's master plan, which will allow them to improve and modernize the facility. 

  • Atlantic City Police Seek Tips in Homicide Investigation

    Police in Atlantic City are investigation a shooting homicide that took place on Tuesday, July 11th.

  • New Help for Small Businesses in Atlantic City

    The New Jersey Economic Authority has created two new programs designed to help small businesses in Atlantic City.

  • Vineland Historical Society to Host Open House, Presentation on N.J. Diners

    The Vineland Historical and Antiquarian Society will hold its annual Open House, a free event being held this year on Saturday, August 5th, starting at 10 a.m. on the grounds of the VHAS museum at 108 S. Seventh Street in Vineland.

  • Farmers of Salem and Agency Partners Donate $10,000 to Habitat for Humanity

    For the third year in a row, New Jersey based property and casualty insurer, Farmers of Salem, recently partnered with its independent agent network to raise awareness and donations for Habitat for Humanity.

  • New York is Ripping Off New Jersey E-ZPass Holders, AAA says

    Drivers using E-ZPass tags issued by other agencies are being charged the cash rate at New York bridges and tunnels run by the MTA, instead of receiving the E-ZPass discount, a AAA study found.

  • Robins' Nest Inc. Opens 56th Family Success Center in State

    On Wednesday, July 12th, Robins' Nest Inc. held an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newest Bird's Eye Family Success Center in Pennsville. 

  • Former V.P. Joe Biden to Honor Friend at Stockton

    President Obama's two-time V.P. will be the keynote speaker when former Ambassador William J. Hughes receives the distinguished lifetime achievement award at the university's Hughes Center Honors on November 9th. 

  • Millville Army Air Field Museum Unveils World War II-Themed Mural

    The Millville Army Air Field Museum unveiled a new mural Wednesday to honor a rare piece of history that calls the museum home.

  • BeachFest Concert Series Continues in A.C.

    Atlantic City kicked off day one of the BeachFest Concert Series and country music fans are getting excited for day two on Thursday, July 13th.

  • Program Provides Safe Play for Millville Children and Families

    More than a dozen organizations in Millville came together to give children in the Cumberland County city a chance to enjoy summer. 

  • Atlantic City Casinos Post Revenue Gains, Thanks to Internet Gambling

    Internet gambling has helped give Atlantic City casinos a boost in revenue.

  • Teachers Become Students at South Jersey Summer Institute

    Local educators are switching roles and becoming students this summer during the Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey’s annual South Jersey Summer Institute. 

  • Christie Willing to Sign Bill to Repay Furloughed State Workers

    Governor Chris Christie has announced his stance on a new bill proposal to repay state government workers who were furloughed during the state shutdown over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.

  • lnspira Donates $50K to Help End Homelessness in South Jersey County by 2020

    Ending homelessness by 2020 in one of New Jersey's most poverty stricken counties is the goal of the Cumberland County Housing First Collaborative.

  • Lenni-Lenape Lawsuit Win Brings Tribe Closer to State Recognition

    Members of the tribe have expressed that not receiving the state's recognition has had economic and social consequences for them because access to desperately needed federal programs have been withdrawn.

  • Voorhees Police Looking for Suspected Credit Card Thieves

    Camden County police are seeking the public's help in identifying two suspects involved in a credit theft and fraud incident from June.

  • NJHI Announces $2 Million Next Generation Community Leaders Initiative

    Bridgeton, Newark mayors among those joining youth-serving organizations to provide leadership training for up to 300 teens over three years.

  • Ocean City Police and Fire Departments Compete - For Most Blood

    As part of the first-ever Ocean City Battle of the Badges, the police and fire departments in the seaside town competed to see who could recruit the most eligible donors.

  • Rowan Gives Teens Taste of Engineering

    Area teenagers are getting together for three days of exciting engineering experiences at Rowan University.

  • Less Than a Day Till A.C. Gets Pretty in Pink

    Pink's Big Beach Concert is set to start at 5 p.m., on Wednesday, July 12th, in Atlantic City.

  • A.C. Hosts Building and Construction Trades Council Convention

    State officials made their way to Atlantic City on Tuesday, July 11th, for the 13th annual New Jersey State Building and Construction Trades Council Convention.

  • Students Open Farm Stand for Glassboro Community

    A high school food stand officially opened up for the season and local students are ready to get to work.

  • Christie: N.J. Health Dept. Should Help Fight Opioid Addiction

    The reorganization plan, which Christie says will take place within 60 days, is part of his efforts to combat the widespread opioid addiction in the state.

  • South Jersey Health Officials: Get Pets Vaccinated for Rabies

    Atlantic County officials have issued a reminder to residents in the area to make sure their pets are up date on their vaccinations after officials discovered the first case of rabies for the year.

  • 50,000 Servings of Food Going to Families in Need

    A simple meal of pasta and sauce will soon be making its way to thousands of tables across South Jersey.

  • Cumberland County College Launches New Carver Early College High School Program

    Cumberland County College launched a new program on Monday aimed at keeping kids interested in school longer while adding to the amount of college graduates in the community.

  • Residents Get Say in Revitalizing Their Bridgeton Neighborhood

    A local group is working to help revitalize a bridgeton community and with the help of new funding are ready to turn their dreams into reality.

  • Army Air Field Museum Invites Teens to Free Summer Program

    The Millville Army Air Field Museum is hoping to bridge a generational gap between World War II veterans and local teenagers with their annual summer program..

  • School Supplies Needed for South Jersey 'Stuff the Bus' Drive

    The Food Bank of South Jersey and Boscov's teamed up in Egg Harbor Township over the weekend to kick off their 3rd annual Stuff the Bus event.

  • Atlantic City Ready for Pop Star Pink to Perform

    A popular Jersey Shore hot spot is gearing up for its biggest beach concert event of the season.

  • Fire Destroys Home in Monroe Twp., No Injuries Reported

    A fire destroyed a local family's home in Monroe Township on Sunday, July 9th.

  • Money Still Makes Biggest Difference to Kids' Wellbeing in NJ

    Advocates for Children of New Jersey's annual Kids Count report on the state's counties has a different look, but the same basic message: wealth makes a difference when it comes to the education, health, and safety of children. 

  • N.J. Will Reimburse Park Reservations Canceled by Shutdown

    Anyone whose Fourth of July reservations at a New Jersey-run recreational site were broken by the three-day state government shutdown will receive a refund, according to the Department of Environmental Protection. 

  • Police: Man Arrested After Carrying Handgun Around Mall

    Vineland police said around 8 p.m. Friday they received information that a man, later identified as Jabar Selby, 23, of Millville, was at the Cumberland Mall with a gun.
     

  • Kingsway Athletes Dominik, Watson Make College Choices

    Kingsway Regional High School rising seniors Danielle Dominik and Gavin Watson made their college decisions over the weekend.

  • Vacant Housing Registry is Illegal, Investors Claim in Lawsuit

    A group of investors are questioning the legality of Gloucester County's vacant property registration program.

  • This Would Prevent Atlantic City Casinos from Closing in a State Shutdown

    Just days after the shutdown ended -- without the gambling halls shuttering -- a group of Democratic lawmakers from South Jersey are pushing a measure to make sure the state's casinos and racetracks never face that threat again.

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    Vineland's Annual Puerto Rican Day Festival Turns 50

    Vineland’s annual Puerto Rican Day Festival returns July 22nd, celebrating 50 years of Puerto Rican culture in the community. 

  • First Town Clock in America — in Salem, N.J. — Will Tick Again

    An historic staple in the center of Salem City will soon be up and ringing once again.

  • Camden Children Flip for Trenton Circus Squad

    In the Trenton Circus Squad, it doesn’t matter where you're from, as long as you want to develop your skills, work as a team, and give back.

  • Ransomware, Cyber Attacks on Rise in Cape May County

    Cape May County Prosecutor Robert L. Taylor would like to make the public aware of an increase in Ransomware, cyber attacks, particularly against government organizations in Cape May County.

  • N.J. Legislators Propose Bills to Prevent Future Shutdown Disruptions

    New legislation is in the works to make sure New Jersey's state offices, parks, and casinos are left in better shape in the event of another state government shutdown.

  • Campbell's Buys Pacific Foods for $700 Million

    The Camden-based Campbell's Soup Company has announced they are buying Pacific Foods, an Oregon-based producer of organic broth and soup for $700 million.

  • Rock 'n' Ribs: North Wildwood Hosting BBQ and Blues Festival

    The Wildwoods will be hosting the annual New Jersey State Barbecue Championship and Anglesea Blues Festival this weekend.

  • Shutdown Fallout: Which Furloughed State Workers are Eligible for Unemployment?

    State government workers who were furloughed during the shutdown are being notified about unemployment insurance claims.

  • Tropicana Purchases Chelsea Hotel, Plans Skywalk

    The Tropicana is expected to reopen the space in August 2017 as the Chelsea Tower at Tropicana.

  • Home Invader

    Police Seek Help ID'ing Pleasantville Home Invasion Suspect

    The Pleasantville Police Department's violent crimes unit is investigating a home invasion robbery, and are seeking the public's help in identifying the suspect.

  • Bank-Robbery

    Berlin Twp. Police Search for Bank Robbery Suspect

    The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office and Berlin Township Police Department are asking for the public's help in identifying the suspect in a bank robbery that happened on Thursday, July 6th.

  • Why Great White Sharks are Being Tagged and Tracked off the Jersey Coast

    Over the last few summers, great white sharks have been tracked just miles off of the Jersey Shore coast, gathering a lot of attention from across the country as their locations “ping” on social media.

  • Trump Taj Mahal Items on Sale in Atlantic City

    On Thursday, July 6th, lines of people gathered outside of the former Trump Taj Mahal to re-enter the famous casino and even take a piece of it home.

  • 'Cirque Italia' Plunges into Mays Landing for Weekend of Water Fun

    A blue and white big top tent has popped up at the Hamilton Mall — a traveling water circus that's the first of its kind.

  • Rain Aids Artists in Ocean City Sand Sculpture Contest

    While some may have found the rain to be undesirable, others found it the perfect condition for building sand castles. 

  • 'Best Boardwalk' in New Jersey Goes To ...

    A South Jersey beach town has been named the winner in the battle of the boardwalks.

  • N.J. Board of Ed. to Allow Charter Schools for Single-Gender Students

    Schools that want to make this transition must first prove a compelling reason for limiting enrollment based on gender.

  • Stockton University Receives Funding for More Jobs

    On Thursday, Stockton University's Board of Trustees learned that the number of state-funded positions for FY18 for the university has been increased.

  • Salem County Residents Keep Cool with Free Fans

    Officials in Salem County are making sure seniors in the community are able to stay cool this summer. 

  • Red Cross: Emergency Need for Blood Donations

    The American Red Cross has issued an emergency call for blood and platelet donors, after seeing a significant shortage in their blood supply.

  • See How South Jersey Celebrated the Fourth of July

    The Fourth of July was celebrated throughout South Jersey with parades, fireworks, and lots of fun.

  • FEMA Grant Provides New Generator for Gloucester Twp. Schools

    A school district in Camden County will be able to stay up and running in the event of a power outage, thanks to a federal grant and a new generator. 

  • 150 Contestants Get 'Wacky' with Pie-Eating Contest in Ocean City

    Ocean City got a little wacky on the Boardwalk on Wednesday, July 5th, for Wacky Wednesday, and there was a tasty twist to all the fun.

  • No Information on N.J. Voters Given to Trump Voting Commission —Yet

    State election officials say they are reviewing a request for information by President Donald Trump's voting commission.

  • Now's the Perfect Time for Fresh-Picked Peaches

    The summer peach season is well underway and Holtzhauser Farms knows why Jersey peaches are the best around.   

  • Pieces of Trump Taj Mahal Up for Auction

    If you were a fan of the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, you may be able to take a piece of it home with you, but for a price.

  • N.J. Motor Vehicle Commission Grants Drivers Relief

    The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission reopened and is helping drivers get back on track following the state shutdown. 

  • Government Shutdown Ends, State Parks and Beaches Reopen

    The New Jersey State government shutdown officially came to end just in time for Independence Day activities.

  • William Sproule Named to Steering Committee of William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy at Stockton University

    The Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters (NRCC) announced today that William Sproule, the Council's President & New Jersey Regional Manager, has been named to the steering committee at the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy at Stockton University.

  • PSE&G Head Reportedly Says N.J. Residents Shouldn't Get Electric Bills

    While speaking at an investment conference in South Jersey late last month, Ralph LaRossa, president and chief operating officer of PSE&G, outlined a bold vision for the future of New Jersey's energy and how residents in the state should pay for it, according to a report by NJBiz.com.

  • Cumberland Mall Boscov's Looks for Help in Donation Drive

    With the summer months ahead of us, most children are out of school and out of daily healthy meals provided through their schools reduced and free-lunch programs.

  • Swedesboro's First Food Truck Festival Revered as Huge Success

    Sixteen vendors and over a thousand people participated in Swedesboro's first Food Truck Festival.

  • This Is What the Inside of N.J.'s Newest Grocery Chain Could Look Like

    German discount grocer Lidl opened its first U.S. stores in June and work is under way to build several in New Jersey.

  • Take a Load Off at the Levoy: Catch the Weight Band

    Catch The Weight Band — featuring Brian Mitchell, Michael Bram, Jim Weider, Albert Rogers and Marty Grebb — in Millville on July 7, with members of The Band, Levon Helm Band, and Rick Danko Group.

  • HEROtini Challenge Offers Non-Alcohol 'Mocktails' for Designated Drivers

    Thirty-two Jersey Shore bars and restaurants are going head to head in a creative challenge.

  • Keeping Your Pets Safe During Fourth of July

    For so many of us, traditional fireworks displays are the highlight of our Independence Day, but the excitement of the Fourth of July can take a toll on our pets.

  • N.J. Government Shutdown Latest: State Leaders Attempt to Pass Budget

    New Jersey is still experiencing a government shutdown as State Parks and unessential State offices remain closed.

  • South Jersey Towns to Light Up Skies to Celebrate July 4th

    Communities all across South Jersey are getting ready for their big Fourth of July celebrations and if you are still looking for something you and the family can enjoy, here are a few events going on in the area.

  • Balloon Council Combats Balloon Launching Ban in New Jersey

    Lobbyists are fighting back against balloon bans throughout the country including here in New Jersey. 

  • N.J. Lawmakers Working to Keep Casinos Open Amidst Shutdown

    The current shutdown has New Jersey officials working around the clock to protect casinos from being affected.

  • N.J. Gas Prices Remained Low Through Holiday Weekend

    New Jersey drivers are continuing to see lower prices at the pump, just in time for all the Fourth of July festivities.

  • President Trump Returns to N.J. Golf Club for July 4th Weekend

    President Donald Trump is spending the Independence Day weekend at his Bedminster golf club.

  • If You Own a Small Business in N.J., This New Tax Ranking is Required Reading

    New Jersey has the second-worst tax climate for small businesses in the nation, according to a new survey by a non-profit Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council.
     

  • Traffic Advisories in Northfield, Somers Point July 4th Weekend

    On Sunday, July 2, Zion Road in Northfield will be closed between New Road and Juniper Drive, from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., for ...

  • 10 Beach Hacks to Simplify Your Summer

    Heading to the beach this summer? These beach life hacks will make your day trip stress free and simple. 

  • Nadia Berardelli, Delsea Field Hockey Standout, Makes Verbal Commitment to Millersville University

    The 2017 South Jersey Times Player of the Year and Delsea's all-time leading field hockey scorer made a verbal commitment to Division 2 Millersville University of Pennsylvania.

  • Cape May Preps for Busy July 4th Weekend

    With the Fourth of July only a few days away, where better of a place to celebrate our nation’s independence than in Cape May, one of America’s oldest seaside resorts.

  • Salem Community Center Named After Inspirational Resident

    In Salem, the legacy of a long-time resident is being kept alive with the naming of a new community center where she lived. 

  • New Phillips Seafood Shack Opens on A.C. Boardwalk

    Phillips Seafood will take your beach cuisine to new levels with the opening of their new Phillips Seafood Shack on the world-famous Atlantic City Boardwalk.

  • Katz Jewish Community Center Holds Doggie Day Event

    The city of Margate hosted a fun special event for some of their furriest residents.

  • Beach Fill Project Pushed Forward in Margate

    The scheduling for a beach fill project at the Jersey Shore has been changed and the dune project in Margate is being pushed forward.

  • U. S. Coast Guard Creates Safety Video for Holiday Beachgoers

    If you're planning on heading down to the shore this holiday weekend, the United States Coast Guard wants to make sure you and everyone in your family is safe.

  • Mega Pink Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony on A.C. Boardwalk

    Atlantic City officials rolled out and cut what could be the longest ribbon the city has ever seen.

  • U.S. Gas Prices Fall, May Increase Slightly in South Jersey Before July 4th

    If you are planning a trip this Fourth of July weekend or just plan on driving all around South Jersey for fireworks, then you will be relieved to know prices at the pump are at an all time low in the state and nationwide. 

  • S.J. Police Department Dissolves, Neighboring Township Takes Over

    An Atlantic County police department is dissolving, and a neighboring township is stepping in to fill its place.

  • New Jersey Fireworks Are In Danger

    The looming government shutdown in New Jersey has threatened to close national parks, which would endanger firework displays ahead of July 4th weekend.

  • 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. 

  • 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.  

  • 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.

  • Wonder Woman, Dragon Among Winners in 31st Annual New Jersey Sandcastle Contest (PHOTOS)

    Parched by the sun after a grueling four hours of sculpting the sand in Belmar on Wednesday, Rochelle Ritacco couldn't wait to jump in the ocean.

  • Cops Looking for Guy Who Used Fake $100 Bill to Buy Milk

    State Police hope the public can help them find a man who allegedly passed counterfeit money at a South Jersey convenience store last month.

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  • Helping Area Youth to 'Think Like an Entrepreneur'

    Helping Area Youth to 'Think Like an Entrepreneur'

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    Some local high school students got the chance put their entrepreneurial skills to the test and come up with products that we may see hit store shelves some day.

    Some local high school students got the chance put their entrepreneurial skills to the test and come up with products that we may see hit store shelves some day.

  • Giant Sycamore Gets Trim Instead Buzz Cut After Compromise with Power Company

    Giant Sycamore Gets Trim Instead Buzz Cut After Compromise with Power Company

    Thursday, July 20 2017 1:53 PM EDT2017-07-20 17:53:44 GMT

    A township resident who challenged Atlantic City Electric's plans to cut a significant portion of a 150-year-old sycamore tree on his property has reached an agreement with the utility that will leave most of the tree intact.

    A township resident who challenged Atlantic City Electric's plans to cut a significant portion of a 150-year-old sycamore tree on his property has reached an agreement with the utility that will leave most of the tree intact.

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    Rowan Helping to Keep Doctors in Garden State

    Thursday, July 20 2017 10:19 AM EDT2017-07-20 14:19:52 GMT

    South Jersey high school students are getting a head start on a future in medicine this summer at Rowan’s School of Osteopathic Medicine’s new summer program called RAISE — Recognizing Achievement and Inspiring Student Excellence. 

    South Jersey high school students are getting a head start on a future in medicine this summer at Rowan’s School of Osteopathic Medicine’s new summer program called RAISE — Recognizing Achievement and Inspiring Student Excellence. 

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