Week in Review: Southern New Jersey NewsLast Edited:
Your SNJ Today recap of southern New Jersey news videos from the second week of September 2017, plus a few entertainment ideas for the weekend.
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At Stockton University, police are searching for three individuals who are believed to be involved in the unauthorized posting of fliers around campus. The fliers promote a group that has been identified by some as a white supremacist organization.
Three-year-old Benjamin Graham from Elmer Township got a special visit earlier this week.
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.
Drivers in New Jersey can breathe a sigh of relief as state officials have decided not to increase the gas tax.
After more than a year, Rowan University has officially announced that all drinking water on campus is now safe and lead-free.
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.
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.
Camden County has joined Atlantic County in hopes of bringing Amazon's second headquarters to the South Jersey area.
Congressman visits with SNJ Today for a candid one-on-one interview discussing national and local topics including immigration, DACA, the Donald Trump presidency and its effect on Washington, veterans affairs, South Jersey and more. The first three parts of the interview can be seen here, the rest will be published next week.
A small group of Vineland voters will ask each other: ‘What are the most important issues in the 2017 governor’s race?’
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