Kensington High Students Tour Choice Bus: It's Half Bus, Half PrisonStudents at Kensington High School got a sneak peek at what life looks like when you make the wrong choices.
'Beeping Eggs' Make Easter Egg Hunting Possible For Blind 8-Year-Old BoySaint Miriam Parish, with the help from the Montgomery County Bomb Squad, made 50 beeping Easter Eggs for the visually impaired.
Electronic Glasses Open New World For Legally Blind South Jersey BoyNine-year-old John Paul Corman, who is legally blind, is now experiencing the world through a device called eSight.
Longtime Youth Hockey Coach Charged With Sexual Abuse Of PlayersInvestigators in Gloucester County have announced the arrest of a youth hockey coach on sexual contact charges dating back decades.
Local Child Predator Task Force Working Hard To Fight Human Trafficking In AreaHuman trafficking is a growing problem -- one that people may not know is happening right here in our community.
Cherry Hill School East Welcomes Broadway Star Following Musical Controversy"It is an ugly word, it's not a word to use, its not appropriate to use the word,"Brian Stokes Mitchell told students.
Camden Charter School Not Renewed By StateThe state’s Department of Education announced Thursday that the Camden Community Charter School was not renewed “due to continued low academic performance.”
Christie Unveils Final New Jersey Budget Proposal As GovernorThe current fiscal year's $34.5 billion budget expires June 30.
Bald Eagles Make Home Near Major New Jersey ExpresswayWitnesses say the nest has been in the woods between Whitman Square and the Atlantic City Expressway for several years.
Spring-Like Feb. Temperatures Threaten Blossoms, Leaving Farmers WorriedA couple more February days of temperatures in the 60's or 70's and fruit trees in South Jersey could suffer from producing blossoms too soon.
Polar Bear Weekend In Sea Isle Set For Wacky Fun, Special CauseFor the 23rd year, Sea Isle makes frigid fun with a polar plunge and related activities that draws tens of thousands of visitors.
Holocaust Survivor Shares Story Of Going From Concentration Camp To U.S. Army96-year-old Ernest Kaufman from Lumberton New Jersey has a life story that could rival any Oscar-winning script.