Robert C. Shinn Jr., a former assemblyman and director of the Burlington County Board of Freeholders, served eight years as DEP commissioner, the longest term to date.
Prosecutors presented a flurry of text and social media exchanges between the Haddon Township man and his then-girlfriend in the hours leading up to the discovery of his 3-year-old son's body.
Jurors in the David Creato murder trial Tuesday heard lengthy testimony from an expert prosecution witness about how cellphones and social media store messages and other data.
A New Jersey tax credit is luring the company to set up operations in Camden. About 75 percent of its workforce of about 100 would likely be drawn from the city and surrounding towns.
AeroFarms would build an indoor hydroponic farm in the city modeled on its operation in Newark, which it calls the “world’s largest vertical farm.”
Growing up, the freeholder recalled, he and his friends would catch fish from the Cooper River “with tumors and three and four eyes. I’m not kidding. It was disgusting.”
The motion for a stay asserts that the Pinelands Commission’s Feb. 24 approval of the project violated its own comprehensive management plan, or charter.
This delicately flavored flatfish is the pinup girl, the heart’s desire, of thousands of New Jersey’s recreational fishermen -- and has long been the source of many millions of dollars in tourism revenue.
Among the data: faculty attendance, student absenteeism, PSAT and ACT performance in addition to SAT scores, and advanced placement and international baccalaureate counts.
Most will work six days a week and start at $8.50 an hour -- pennies above minimum wage. And that fryer job is no day at the beach.
"Birds of May," premiering in Princeton, asks whether the migratory red knot and the oyster farmer can share Delaware Bay. To the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation's poetry program, the bird is a symbol of the plight of refugees.
PFOS and PFOA, used for decades in firefighting at Joint Base McGuire/Dix/Lakehurst, have contaminated ground, surface, and drinking water on and near the base.
Sandbars and shallows in the approaches to the scenic Little Egg Inlet migrate so unpredictably that the Coast Guard has pulled six of its seven navigational aids from the waterway.
This week’s Arctic blast was bad news for the flowering magnolias and cherry trees that brought springlike color to the region early this month, but not for peaches.
New Jersey’s Division of Housing and Community Resources will accept applications through Friday from residents with “extremely low”...
In 1999, profoundly disabled Rebecca Norlian’s name was put on an N.J. waiting list for affordable housing. Eighteen years later she is still waiting. There are thousands like her.
A popular destination for small children, the center is home to turtles, snakes, miniature horses, donkeys, an emu, a pot-bellied pig, a peacock and peahen, chickens, and swans. And a butterfly garden.