Lucy The Elephant Could Get Some Help From PETA, But There's A CatchThe animal rights group PETA is offering to help, if they can use the site to push their agenda.
NJ Takes Margate To Court Over Protective Dunes On The BeachNew Jersey is going after the city of Margate in connection with a two year long battle to put protective dunes along the beach.
Police Share DNA Evidence Throughout Bucks County In New ProgramAll 40 municipal police departments in the county are joining together to share DNA information.
South Jersey Shore Spared Serious Damage From Nor'easterJersey shore residents, grateful to dodge the bullet that could have come with Hurricane Joaquin, are nonetheless coping with a Nor'easter that just won't quit.
Cleanup Plan For Camden County Superfund SiteA Camden County, New Jersey superfund site is about to get a $14-million cleanup.
Montco Sheriff Warning Drivers Of PA's "4 Foot Law"The Montgomery County Sheriff wants to make people aware of a three-year-old state law that's meant to protect bicyclists on the road.
Viral Meningitis Sickens Four Students At Pitman High SchoolA southern New Jersey school district had to address several cases of viral meningitis last week, but things are now back to normal.
Seniors Get Consumer Warning In Gloucester CountyRipoffs take a lot of different forms. And for older folks, much of it happens through the mail or over the phone. But truth be told, state officials insist anyone can be a victim, often without realizing it.
PSE&G Working To Replace Aging New Jersey Gas LinesPublic Service Electric and Gas has preliminary approval from the state to begin a three-year program aimed at replacing some of the oldest natural gas pipes still in service in New Jersey.
Papal Viewing Party In Cape May Proceeds After Legal Concerns Are AddressedThe city of Cape May will have nothing to do with the event, after a Washington based group put up bit of a stink.
FEMA Extends Deadline To Review Hurricane Sandy Flood ClaimsUncle Sam is giving victims of Hurricane Sandy an extra 30 days to request that their claims for federal assistance be given a second look.
Federal Money Spares Firefighters From Layoffs In Atlantic CityMore than $21 million in federal money will keep 85 firefighters on the job in Atlantic City for another two years.