Egg Harbor Township mayor Sonny McCullough recalls the neighborhood where the bodies of four women were found seven years ago.
A newly released independent study on New Jersey’s parole system suggests it could use some work.
A New Jersey senate committee cleared a measure this week that tightens laws against harassment over the Internet.
“You’re gonna travel back in time and experience life on the western front for the Battle of Schmidt, which took place in the fall of 1945,” says Beth Beatty, the executive director at Fort Mifflin.
If Congress fails to extend a tax benefit that is due to be slashed in half at the end of this month, it could mean higher commuting costs for many who use mass transit.
The Ospreys, which are completed in Texas, mean jobs for two-thirds of the 6,200 workers at the Ridley Park plant.
Toomey (third from left) was joined during the hourlong session by the County Council, the Delaware County DA, and other interested parties.
To mark what is called Older Driver Safety Awareness Week, area agencies are putting out their lists of some of the more dangerous roads for those age 65 and older.
Play is confined to within the state of New Jersey but some problems have been encountered, such as credit cards being rejected because banks and card issuers want no parts of online gaming.
Cab drivers in the city of Camden may soon be put under regulations required by the state of New Jersey.
An annual survey of New Jersey business suggests things are looking a lot brighter than they have in the last few years.
New Jersey legislators are being asked to allow public entities, including schools, to acknowledge Christmas, Hanukkah and other celebrations as part of the holiday season.
A battle is brewing in Trenton over college tuition help for immigrant children who are in the country illegally.
A bill making its way through the New Jersey legislature could drastically change what passes for “distracted driving” in the Garden State.
A half dozen Atlantic City casinos are now offering internet gaming to players within the state of New Jersey — and that has some people worried for those who don’t know when to stop.