The streak of dodging significant snow came to an end for the shore on Monday.
Abigail McManus is just like any other 19-year-old college student with one exception, she was born with dwarfism and stopped growing at less than four feet tall.
Although there was a lengthy discussion, Judge Mary Jacobson agreed that Mack needs to leave office immediately.
A Borough council meeting is being held at Paulsboro High School Monday night to allow residents the opportunity to ask questions about contamination in their water supply.
Businesses are preparing for more than just an one event.
The Borough of Bellmawr keeps close figures on much they spend each time there is a snow storm and this year budgets are getting busted.
Willingboro Public Safety says they had about five dozen calls reporting broken pieces of trees, and one tree in particular caused a fire.
With the sunshine not exactly gleaming off their salt covered vehicles, drivers lined up at Sparkles Car Wash in Blackwood.
The shore got a combo of cold and snow with some residents waking up to half a foot of fresh powder that left roads to plow and driveways to shovel.
Mother Nature’s handiwork can be seen in homes not only down the shore, but all over the Delaware Valley.
The New Jersey state legislature has formed a new joint bi-partisan committee to investigate the George Washington Bridge scandal.
Gov. Chris Christie was sworn into office Tuesday for a second term.
Starting the morning in song, Rowan University marked Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with a special guest.
Educators in one of state and even nation’s top school districts have found high student achievement means extending the boundaries of the school day.
The governor says he won’t let the scandal distract him from pushing forward with his agenda.