Gloucester County NJ
Officials are offering assistance at a number of locations on both sides of the Delaware River, including one in Clayton, Gloucester County.
The main drag through Gibbstown wasn’t too bad: just the occasional tree or tree limb down. But on the side streets, it was a different story.
Investigators say the infant boy drowned after his mother fell asleep while taking a bath with the infant lying on top of her.
County prosecutor Sean Dalton says he issued the new rules after a young boy was killed by a police cruiser last December, which was speeding with neither siren nor flashing lights on.
County health officials brought in homeland security experts who shared what they know about pedophiles and cyberbullies.
It happened shortly after 3 a.m. Monday at Delsea Drive and Almonesson Road in Westville.
Thousands of adopted dogs and cats are taken outside the county every year to be operated on in the name of controlling the pet population. Freeholder-director Rob Demminger says that raises costs.
A few thousand people in Gloucester County are dealing with tap water tainted with a chemical used in manufacturing, and no one is quite sure just how dangerous it might be.
South Jersey is preparing as well as it can for whatever Mother Nature has in store, with a nor’easter on the way.
New Jersey officials had been working with the Superior Barrel and Drum Company to address a hazardous material problem on its property — until the owner stopped cooperating.
Autumn Pasquale’s parents pressed for a strong sentence for the 16-year-old neighbor who admitted strangling their 12-year-old daughter to death while stealing her bicycle.
Surinder Singh, 40, was killed during an attempted robbery that netted the perpetrators not a dime.
Justin Robinson pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter in the strangulation death of Autumn Pasquale, 12, in Clayton, NJ.
You’ve probably never heard of the Benjamin Cooper House in Camden, which was a ferry tavern in its heyday.
“I did nothing wrong that day. I was falsely arrested,” says state lawmaker Paul Moriarty (photo).