A $1,000 reward is being offered for information about the murder of a Camden woman who was beaten to death earlier this summer.
The 30-foot statue of the Virgin Mary atop Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center in Camden has been secured with scaffolding.
The family of former Congressman John Adler has established a memorial fund at Harvard University to honor his work with veterans.
Delaware River Port Authority police will participate in the statewide “Over the Limit, Under Arrest” crackdown on drunk drivers from Friday to Sept. 5.
The first “Atlantic City Salutes America’s Armed Forces” Boardwalk Parade will step off at 6 p.m. Monday with nearly as many marching attractions as the former Miss America parade.
Gov. Christie ordered all state buildings to fly flags at half-staff on Friday to honor the service and sacrifice of Army Sgt. Alessandro Plutino, a 2001 graduate of Pitman High School, who died Monday in Afghanistan.
New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher on Monday introduced Farmers Market Week in New Jersey at the Seaside Park Farmers Market.
The Department of Environmental Protection is seeking private managers to operate two 18-hole public golf courses, including one in Gloucester County, Commissioner Bob Martin announced Thursday.
Authorities are trying to identify a pedestrian who was fatally struck Sunday by several cars on Route 42 in Gloucester Township.
The YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties has been providing free nutritious meals to 45 children in Beverly City, thanks to a $7,500 grant from YMCA of the USA (Y-USA) and Walmart.
What some folks thought was a shark in the waters of Seaside Heights on Wednesday wasn’t a shark at all.
It was a school of stringrays, according...
The New Jersey State Council on the Arts voted this week to award $15.8 million in state and federal grants to support nearly 800 arts organizations, projects and artists statewide.
The Assembly Judiciary Committee will take testimony Wednesday to gauge the effect of budget cuts on Legal Services of New Jersey and other programs for the poor.
A 49-year-old Cherry Hill resident was stabbed and robbed Sunday as she walked home from the Woodcrest PATCO station, authorities said.
Six contenders remain in the running for the job as general manager of PATCO, the commuter rail line between Philadelphia and South Jersey. A successor to g.m. Robert Box, who retired April 1, is expected to be named next month.
The Haddon Township public library, closed since May when a broken pump in the basement sent water throughout the building, will reopen on Monday at 10 a.m.
The Camden Rescue Mission and Operation Backpack are among organizations collecting supplies to help children be prepared to go back to school this fall.