Former Delaware Governor To Ride Cross Country For CharityThe former Governor of Delaware has a new mission in mind. Riding a bike from coast to coast in the name of charity.
Christie: 'We Are Acting As If' Drug Addiction Is Not A DiseaseChristie told more than 1,000 attendees at the meeting sponsored by the New Jersey Prevention Network that part of the opioid problem stems from an inaccurate perception.
Lead Detective Takes Stand At Creato TrialJurors at the trial of a Haddon Township man accused in the murder of his toddler son viewed his first videotaped interview with police.
Rutgers-Camden Students Get Peek At What It Took For World To Go DigitalA symposium at Rutgers-Camden gave several dozen participants a chance to go back in time, when the digital age was just dawning.
Hacking In The Name Of The Law This Weekend In New JerseyHack-a-thons are all the rage these days among those who are truly into computers and the internet.
NJ Touts Camden Growth In New Federal Job Stats ReportThe Christie Administration is crowing about new job numbers for urban centers across America.
Weekend Kayak Trip To Highlight Regional Clean Water EffortsMore than 20 people are taking to the Delaware River and its tributaries with a serious mission in mind.
Jury In Place For Trial In Murder Of 3-Year-Old Boy In Camden CountyA jury of 12 and two alternates has been selected to hear the case against a Haddon Township man, charged with the murder of his 3-year-old son in October of 2015.
GM Donates High-End Caddy To Collegiate Car Repair Training ProgramAuto repair students at Camden County College are getting the chance to work on some high-end vehicles, thanks to continuing donations from a major car maker.
Affordable Housing Needs Updated In New JerseyNew numbers have been released by New Jersey Advocates of Affordable Housing on the real need in the Garden State.
Virtua Gets First Approval For New Burlington County HospitalA South Jersey healthcare provider is moving ahead with a long term plan to build a new hospital in Burlington County.
Jurors To Take Road Trip In Upcoming Murder Trial In Camden CountyJury selection starts next week in the trial of a Haddon Township man charged in the death of his 3-year-old son a year and a half ago.