An ambitious $850,000 project, completed remarkably in only one year, may finally bring what is New Jersey's second oldest lighthouse into a new era of historic preservation.
The pleas are the second day of court action in the FBI's unraveling of a far-reaching scheme to defraud public benefits programs with kickbacks involving an out-of-state compounding pharmacy between January 2015 and April 2016.
A 42-year old pharmaceutical representative entered a guilty plea in federal court in the first plea in what was described as a $28 million prescription drug fraud conspiracy involving Shore firefighters, police officers, teachers, and a state trooper.
Authorities continue the investigation to confirm that no one else was involved.
For prominent African American families shut out of other communities in the 1930s and '40s, Morris Beach was never a compromise. It was more an opportunity.
Rip currents have claimed the lives of at least five people in New Jersey so far this summer.
It was captured without incident.
Rip currents are a related concern.
Things can get tricky when the Army Corps of Engineers comes unannounced. Here is our guide to best etiquette while the Army Corps is at your front beach door.
Superior Court Judge Julio Mendez on Friday ordered the state Department of Environmental Protection to ask the corps to "slow down" work in Margate while solutions are found to the chronic beach ponding.
A columnist who's lived on and loved the White Horse Pike for decades decides to take a closer look at South Jersey's once-premier route to the Shore.
With the court having ruled in the Margate challenge, the Army Corps of Engineers is soldiering on, but in friendlier territory: Ventnor.
A 53-year-old South Jersey man was sentenced Wednesday in federal court in Camden to five years in federal prison for stealing money from women through a telephone dating scam.
The parties were before Judge Renee Marie Bumb five days after a state judge in Atlantic City ordered the project halted to work out a solution to the drainage issue.