Despite allegations the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s office can’t be objective investigating the police involved shooting of Jerame Reid, the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office will not take over the case.
A 22-year-old woman charged with murdering her newborn baby by setting the infant on fire Friday night is expected to make her first court appearance on Tuesday.
Low gas prices in South Jersey are especially making a positive impact on businesses that consume large amounts of fuel.
On the same day news broke the parent company of Caesars Casino in Atlantic City filed for bankruptcy, its ballroom was filled for Mayor Don Guardian’s annual State of the City address.
Death Of NJ Firefighter Inspires Push For Measure That Would Ensure Health Insurance Coverage For Families Of First Responders
Hunter’s situation compelled New Jersey Assemblyman Troy Singleton (D- Mount Laurel) to file Bill A4062 which would allow families of firefighters, police and EMT’s who died on active duty to keep their health insurance for an extended period.
In response to anti-police protests throughout the country, there was a rally on the Atlantic City Boardwalk Friday to show support for law enforcement.
A jingling good-time was ready for families as they awoke Christmas morning at the Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey.
Camden County Police paid a second holiday visit to a family in the city on Christmas Eve.
Atlantic City Police joined the Jewish Family Services and Atlantic City Rescue Mission to spread some holiday cheer Tuesday.
Sixty-eight recruits graduated from the Camden County College Police Academy Friday with 31 heading to the Camden Metro Department.
Hundreds May Be At Risk After Restaurant Employee In Hamilton Township Tests Positive For Hepatitis A
Hundreds of people may be at risk to hepatitis A after a kitchen worker at Rosa’s Restaurant and Catering in Hamilton Township, Mercer County tested positive.
More than 200 active duty and retired military veterans got a special Thanksgiving dinner Thursday on the Battleship New Jersey.
Call it an accident-averter or a cash-cow, New Jersey’s red light camera pilot program will come to an end December 16th.
“Well I walked into the apartment and he was just crying,” says Lichtenstein who tried to console the younger Twersky and help him make travel arrangements to attend his father’s burial.
As New Jersey commemorates Veterans Day this year there are about 17,000 fewer Vets in the state than last year.