Friends and family of Timothy Loper Jr. packed a Camden court room Thursday for the arraignment of the former Marine’s accused killer Darrell Crone.
Those willing to brave the Black Friday crowds found deep discounts.
An annual Thanksgiving dinner for active military and veterans in the region got a new home this year — aboard the Battleship New Jersey, on Camden’s waterfront.
Going home for the holidays is happening a little sooner than usual this year as travelers worried about a pre-Thanksgiving storm are hitting the road two days before turkey day.
There are more than a 100,000 children and foster care waiting to find permanent, loving families.
The fire scene is almost cleaned up in Delanco, but investigators are still learning more about what caused the fire.
Removal of debris left by Super Storm Sandy started this week at the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge.
Federal authorities have filed murder charges against the gunman suspected of killing one and wounding five others at Los Angeles International Airport Friday.
Sandy survivors and supporters at the Visitation Relief Center joined thousands of volunteers throughout New Jersey in a day of service to mark the one year anniversary of Super Storm Sandy.
One year after Superstorm Sandy, the streets are clear of debris, but homes and lawns tell a different story of recovery.
At a summit on human trafficking Friday in Trenton, the State Attorney General’s Office described efforts to step up enforcement, awareness, training and victim services.
A Trenton family has two New Jersey State Troopers to thank for saving their disabled son who was choking along the highway.
Five vendors were arrested this weekend at the Columbus Market after undercover officers found hundreds of illegal weapons for sale.
Fifty-one firefighters are facing layoffs if the federal government doesn’t get back to work and process a grant for the Atlantic City Fire Department.
South Jersey’s first medical marijuana dispensary is just a few weeks from opening.