School is on for Paulsboro High School students today after a strange odor sickened more than a dozen people at the Gloucester County school yesterday.
Fumes in the air are believed to be responsible for sending more than a dozen students and staff at a high school in South Jersey to the hospital Wednesday.
The Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office and the Paulsboro Police Department are investigating the death of a 26-year-old woman whose body was found in an apartment Friday night.
Gloucester County is getting weather monitors in the wake of a 2012 train derailment that leaked a dangerous gas in southern New Jersey.
The National Transportation Safety Board has released its final report on systemic flaws leading up to a 2012 train derailment that leaked a dangerous gas in southern New Jersey.
The National Transportation Safety Board is set to determine the cause of a train derailment that leaked a hazardous gas in a southern New Jersey community almost two years ago.
Officials have released an update on an early morning chemical plant incident in New Jersey.
A New Jersey health department survey finds the majority of residents in a town where a train derailed and released a noxious gas reported new or worsening health problems within weeks.
Police are investigating a deadly hit and run that occurred in Paulsboro, Gloucester County early Sunday morning.
Twenty-five years later, a Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) search revealed a positive DNA match to 51-year-old Rudolph Churchill, a convicted offender from Georgia with a residence in NJ.
Eight members of a New Jersey high school wrestling team have been scratched from a state tournament days after a photo surfaced of team members apparently simulating a lynching.
New Jersey school sports officials have asked the state Division on Civil Rights to look into a photo that shows members of a high school wrestling team apparently depicting a lynching.
A Borough council meeting is being held at Paulsboro High School Monday night to allow residents the opportunity to ask questions about contamination in their water supply.
A former New Jersey high school teacher has been sent to prison for seven years for posing online as a teenage boy in what prosecutors say was an attempt to lure a female student into sex.
A southern New Jersey teacher who authorities say pretended to be a teenage boy online in an effort to have a sexual encounter with one of his students has been found guilty of official misconduct and luring.