Marlton Sports Bar Closes After 21 YearsA longtime sports bar in Marlton closed its doors for good over the weekend. But town officials are optimistic the property will have new life before long.
Purple Heart Parking Spaces Unveiled For Wounded Veterans In South JerseyThe unveiling took place at the Camden County College campus in Blackwood.
Police Believe 'Felony Lane Gang' Is Behind String Of Recent NJ Car BurglariesIt's called the Felony Lane Gang and they've hit the Philadelphia region before.
20,000 Dead Fish Vacuumed Out Of Waters Near Egg HarborWorkers vacuumed up about 20,000 of the young menhaden floating in Great Bay and dumped them in landfills.
Christie Nixes Bill To Raise New Jersey Minimum Wage To $15Republican Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday shot down an attempt to raise New Jersey's minimum wage to $10.10 an hour.
Teen Charged For Pretending To Set Himself On Fire In WildwoodA teenager is facing charges in Wildwood after a bizarre prank went wrong at a motel.
Haddonfield Pet Owners Urged To Keep Away From Green PondThe hot summer has created prime breeding conditions for microorganisms in shallow and stagnant Hopkins Pond in Haddonfield.
Boy Who Bought Lunch For Officers Gets His Own Police CruiserThe Winslow Township Police Department made 5-year-old William Evertz an honorary officer and gave him his very own police car.
Interview: Beach Bound With Zac Brown Band In Atlantic CityFrom the stadium to the sand, Zac Brown Band is kicking off Labor Day Weekend in Atlantic City.
Beachgoers On East Coast Dealing With Dangerous Rip CurrentsAs the peak of Hurricane season approaches, there are several tropical systems spinning in the Atlantic.
COPS: 5 Charged Following Shootout On AC ExpresswayPolice say five people are charged following a shootout on the Atlantic City Expressway that killed one and injured four others.
Ruptured Gas Line Forces Several Businesses To Evacuate In Burlington CountyPolice say a construction crew ruptured a gas line near the intersection of Stokes and Dixontown Roads around 9 a.m.