Authorities confirm that a 17-year-old female passenger died Monday night in Atlanticare Regional Medical Center, in Atlantic City. Two others in the car were pronounced dead at the scene.
A collision between a car and a bus in Pleasantville Monday afternoon has claimed the lives of two people and injured at least eight others.
Five beaches in Cape May and Cumberland counties have been replenished, and 800 tons of debris left in the wake of Hurricane Sandy have been removed.
In South Jersey, three members of the Pleasantville school board and seven school district employees are on the list of those who allegedly underreported income in order to qualify their children for federally subsidized lunches.
An investigation by the county prosecutor of any police-involved shooting is routine, but calling in an outside expert is not.
Where there is supposed to be peace, there is unrest for Lafolette and other family members of Pauline Spinelli who lived in Hammonton.
Bryan Bradley was working with a crane crew to move concrete when the storm blew in. Managers handed out rain gear but kept the work going, according to attorney Paul D’Amato.
The U.S Postal Service hopes to avoid bankruptcy by making some major cuts. That means what you send could take much longer to get there. First class mail volumes have dropped.
The parents of 11-year-old Abiah Jones consulted with one set of lawyers shortly after the accident at Mariner’s Landing on the Wildwood boardwalk, but went with another firm to file the wrongful death suit.