Two people have been taken to hospitals following a two-vehicle crash on the New Jersey Turnpike in Gloucester County.
Dubbed “Rutgers 2030,” the plan aims to expand the school’s footprint within the city of Camden by one-third.
A pair of bills to be debated next week in the New Jersey Senate and Assembly would grant hospitals designated “level one trauma centers” exclusivity in providing EMS services in the towns in which they are located.
Representatives of “Mothers Matter” delivered 100 specially designed gift bags to Cooper Hospital, in Camden.
Middle schoolers at St. Anthony of Padua helped make heart-shaped pillows for Children at Cooper Hospital.
The seniors — five from Woodrow Wilson High School and five from Camden High — have been selected for paid apprenticeships at Cooper, Lourdes, or Virtua hospitals.
A 2-year-old boy has died after a car was struck by a New Jersey Transit train in Burlington County, New Jersey.
Prosecutors in Somerset County confirm that 40-year-old Matthew Sheridan, who lived with his parents, was arrested the same day his parents were killed in an arson fire, but say the two incidents are unrelated.
Two people were taken to Cooper University Hospital, where there is no information on their conditions.
Camden County first responders and health care professionals, along with the general public, are being invited to a training session this coming week to help combat Ebola.
Authorities say a mother and her son were both stabbed in the neck early Saturday morning in Camden.
A car crashed into a fire truck then a New Jersey Transit Bus in Camden Saturday night.
A car slammed into a South Jersey home Monday night, causing a large portion of the building to come crashing down.
Police are searching for the driver of the vehicle they say hit a pedestrian then fled the scene Saturday night.
The crash happened just after 1 a.m. Saturday in front of the Wawa along Route 541 near Mount Holly Road.