NYPD: N.J. man tried to enter St. Patrick’s Cathedral with gas cans

A New Jersey man has been arrested outside St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City with two jugs of gasoline.

NYPD: N.J. man tried to enter St. Patrick’s Cathedral with gas cans

A New Jersey man has been arrested outside St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City with two jugs of gasoline.

Teens charged in JROTC hazing with hot iron at Burlco motel

Victim said he was told violent hazing was a 'tradition.'

Teens charged in JROTC hazing with hot iron at Burlco motel

Victim said he was told violent hazing was a 'tradition.'

Katrina McCombs appointed new Camden schools chief amid fiscal troubles

Katrina McCombs was appointed the new school superintendent in Camden on Wednesday.

Katrina McCombs appointed new Camden schools chief amid fiscal troubles

Katrina McCombs was appointed the new school superintendent in Camden on Wednesday.
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New Jersey congressmen on New York toll plan: Drop dead

New York's plan to charge motorists entering its congested midtown area is renewing animosities between the state and its neighbor to the west.

Atlantic City Rail Line to restart two weeks early with enhanced service

Enhanced service on the A.C. to Philly service will resume May 12, two weeks earlier than previously announced (but four months later than initially projected).

Labeled a hoarder by his own lawyer, New Jersey GOP power broker George Gilmore convicted in federal tax case

Jurors convicted Gilmore on three counts, while acquitting him on others - all while prosecutors highlighted his lavish purchases including expensive model train sets, a decorative woolly mammoth tusk, and a $33,000 life-size bronze statue of George Washington.

Waiting for internet gambling in Pennsylvania? State sets a deadline to go live

The state plans to go live in July with i-Gaming. NJ launched internet gaming in 2013, and it generated $44.9M in tax revenue last year.

Destination Maternity stock tumbles after poor earnings report

“This was not a positive report in any way," said one investor, Trip Miller, partner of the Memphis-based hedge fund Gullane Capital Partners.

Rutgers faculty union announces a tentative deal with university on labor pact

The university and faculty have been negotiating for about a year.

Why dome lights are dark at Camden’s Adventure Aquarium

Lights out? Adventure Aquarium's dome no longer illuminates Camden's skyline and there is no plan to fix the lights.

Camden activists on a mission to Trenton to seek more funding for city’s schools

Camden activists begin a three-day march to Trenton to demand equitable funding for city's traditional public schools to prevent closings and layoffs. Acting Superintendent Katrina McCombs said the district has a $27 million budget shortfall.

N.J. woman pleads guilty in $400K GoFundMe scam with homeless vet Johnny Bobbitt

Kate McClure admitted to playing a role in a $400K GoFundMe scam in state court, six weeks after pleading guilty to similar charges in federal court. Prosecutors say McClure, ex-boyfriend Mark D'Amico, and former homeless vet Johnny Bobbitt defrauded donors with a fake Good Samaritan story.

Tornado warning startles a sleeping Philadelphia. Did you take shelter, or stay in bed?

No tornadoes were reported but the heavy thunderstorms that prompted the alerts triggered power outages around the region.

Formica Brothers, baker of iconic Jersey Shore bread, files for bankruptcy

The company will continue its bakery operations after the bankruptcy filing, which comes after two lawsuits stemming from workplace accidents.

What’s going into the new Fashion District Philadelphia, former Gallery mall

The redevelopment of The Gallery into the Fashion District has been in the works for years. Here's what we know about construction and what stores will be there.

Congress’ new retirement bill might actually help us save more money

The SECURE Act paves the way for saving more through portable retirement accounts and paying off student loans using 529 plan money.

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