Delaware Valley Bluegrass Festival Coming To South JerseyNext weekend, thousands of music fans will gather at the Salem County Fairgrounds.
Ex-Nursery School Employee Indicted On Child Porn ChargesJames Paroline faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted on all counts.
Worker Killed When Scaffolding Collapses At Industrial SiteEdison Township police say the accident occurred around 4:10 p.m. Saturday at a Mill Road site. The man was pronounced dead at the scene a short time later.
8-Year-Old Camden Girl Caught In Crossfire Dies; Reward IncreasesThe eight-year old girl struck by a stray bullet in Camden earlier this week died Friday, according to her family.
Camden Resident Explains Opposition To New School Funding PlanCamden resident Sue Altman says New Jersey Governor Chris Christie new school funding formula places an undue burden on the poorest districts.
New Boxing Movie Based On Book By South Jersey AuthorA new movie comes out Friday called 'Hands of Stone,' based on the life of boxing legend Robert Duran.
New Jersey Farmers, Campbell's Soup Join Forces For Good CauseNew Jersey farmers team up with the Campbell Soup Company to raise money for a good cause.
First Phase Of Major Demolition Project In Camden Nears CompletionThe first phase of a massive demolition project in the city of Camden is nearly complete, and officials there say it's just the beginning.
$5,000 Reward Offered For Info On Shooting Of 8-Year-Old In CamdenA $5,000 dollar reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who shot an 8-year-old girl in Camden last night.
Authorities Bring Down NJ Theft Ring That Targeted People Selling Cars On CraigslistFourteen New Jersey residents have been charged for their involvement with a theft ring that targeted people selling cars on Craigslist.
Raccoon Found In Stratford, NJ Tests Positive For RabiesOn August 19, officials say a homeowner’s dog attacked a raccoon in the yard.
NJ Student Loan Bills Keep Coming, Sometimes After DeathLawmakers are trying to rein in NJ's Higher Education Student Assistance Authority after allegations of "aggressive" collection tactics.

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