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.
The FBI arrested two Cherry Hill seniors for allegedly luring underage girls to take illicit sexual pictures in their upscale homes.
Families who live along busy White Horse Road are supposed to be protected by a 25 mph speed limit between Lucas Lane and the White Horse Pike, but a traffic study this year found the average driver goes 17 mph above the limit.
The muralist whose work depicted Ferguson, MO teen Michael Brown with the caption “sagging pants is not probable cause” says the artwork may have fulfilled its purpose by being removed.
Governor Tom Corbett and police officials held a news conference Saturday on the manhunt for suspected cop killer Eric Frein to discuss new developments.
No tax breaks and no elimination of workers’ benefits may soon mean no more Taj Mahal Casino as union and elected leaders made their stance crystal clear Friday.
Attendance Normal At NJ Elementary School Since Learning Child Died After Contracting Enterovirus D-68
Hamilton Township School Superintendent James Parla says attendance was 93 percent at Yardville Elementary School on Monday, the first day students attended school after learning a classmate died of D-68.
No murders in the city since mid-July has new Trenton Mayor Eric Jackson really upbeat about the direction of public safety.