NJ Congressional Delegation Mostly Opposed Reforms In Federal Flood Insurance Which Passes HouseThe 21st Century Flood Reform Act will extend the flood insurance program for 5 years, but premiums will go up.
A Piece Of The Battleship New Jersey Comes HomeThe Battleship New Jersey, long retired from military duty, is looking a little more like she did when she was the pride of the US Navy.
Teen Charged In Beating Death Of Woman Who Was House-SittingA 19-year-old from Paulsboro is charged with the beating death of a woman who was house sitting last September in Woodbury.
National Adoption Day Ceremonies Across The Country, Including Mass Adoption In CamdenCeremonies are being held across America to mark the annual National Adoption Day.
Job Fair Saturday At New Bancroft Facility In Burlington CountyFive hundred jobs all told are coming to the new Bancroft campus on Walton Avenue. Given that they deal primarily with special needs children, the job specs are pretty specific.
Phone Scam Uses Jury Duty Ruse To Rip People OffThe FBI is issuing a warning about a phone scam that suggests potential victims have fun afoul of the law, and only an immediate cash payment will fix it.
Analysis: Sweeney VS. NJEA Battle Leaves Political Scar That May Not HealGloucester County State Senator Steve Sweeney not only won re-election this week, but in the process withstood a multi-million dollar ad campaign waged against him by New Jersey's largest teacher's union
'Give Back' Founder Expands Education Funding Effort In South JerseyA successful New Jersey businessman whose philanthropic effort to provide fully funded college educations to children in need is expanding his work in South Jersey to include a community college.
Veterans Honored At Gloucester County Event Throughout the region, veterans are being honored for their service all this week before the official Veterans Day remembrance on Saturday.
Power Provider Teams With Emergency Managers To Prepare For WinterEmergency management officials in Gloucester County huddled with managers for the local electric utility, getting ready for the winter to come.
New Jersey State Legislature Begins Reorganization With One Major ChangeNew Jersey state legislators are getting their leadership teams in place for the new term that starts in January. And there will be one change in the lineup.
Sweeney Looks Ahead After Bitter And Expensive Re-Election BattleState Senate President Steve Sweeney (D-West Deptford) enjoyed an 18 point victory over his Republican re-election opponent.