Authorities believe a black bear attacked and killed a hiker in a northern New Jersey nature preserve.
Police say a bear that’s been wandering through several South Jersey communities since last week has been spotted twice in Mount Laurel Monday.
The bear was spotted around 1:30 this morning, along a wooded area behind the Wawa along route 611 near County Line Road.
A black bear that had been spotted several times around Bensalem over the weekend was caught overnight — but had to be euthanized.
Police say another bear was spotted in Bensalem, Bucks County Sunday morning.
Authorities set up roadblocks when a young black bear appeared in a Philadelphia suburb, startling residents.
There was another sighting Friday night of a bear in Bensalem, Bucks County.
The bear was seen around 10 a.m. near Barclay Elementary School on Palomino Drive.
The bear found Thursday morning in Delran, Burlington County was removed from a tree after a nearly four hour standoff with emergency personnel.
Police in Mount Laurel say they’ve received word of yet another black bear sighting.
A black bear has been spotted in Middletown Township, not once, but twice.
An unwelcome visitor has been making the rounds in Winslow Township. A black bear has been spotted grazing, wandering through yards and getting into the garbage.
This week’s numerous sightings of at least one black bear in Waterford Township, Camden County comes despite a drastic decline in bear sightings across the Garden State.
Chris is left speechless at the latest attack on Mitt Romney. He discusses the ouster of Joe Banner from the Eagles and a black bear loose in New Jersey. He talks to Bob Ingle and Michael Symon about their new book on Chris Christie and to Matt Brouillette of the Commonwealth Foundation about about food stamp fraud and a union contract that could end privatization hope of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.
A central Pennsylvania couple was lucky to be getting out of the hospital mere hours after after a bear attacked them in their home near Harrisburg.