Officials from Atlantic City Electric say they have successfully restored service to all customers who lost power as a result of last weeks violent storms.
It wasn’t much of a 4th of July for the thousands of people still without electricity from the weekend storms.
A little under 80,000 customers are still without power in southern New Jersey as the state continues its cleanup following the violent, windy storms that ravaged the state Friday night into Saturday morning.
An Atlantic City Housing Authority staffer faces allegations that he stole thousands of dollars by creating and paying fraudulent contractors and invoices.
Prosecutors say a retired police detective has pleaded guilty in the hit-and-run death of a southern New Jersey teenager.
At about 12:58 on Sunday afternoon, Hamilton Township Police responded to the scene on Cologne Avenue in front of the Cologne Firehouse.
Just before being sentenced to prison for at least 21 ½ years, a tearful Robert Davies apologized Thursday for fatally stabbing a vacationing British tourist outside a Jersey shore bar, then said he’s glad he didn’t end up dead like his victim.
A New Jersey man has admitted that he killed one of Britain’s most eligible bachelors more than three years ago but claims it was in self-defense.
He’s just two years old and weighs merely 15 pounds, but “Bandit,” the puppy who was sleeping over at the DeStefani Family’s Mays Landing home Saturday night, is a giant in their minds.