Some people really go all out for the holidays!
More than 130 employees at Gloucester Manor Rehabilitation and Care have received notices of possible layoffs due to a long history of poor inspection records.
Police say it happened shortly before 4 p.m. Monday at the Pantry One Food Mart on Pitman Downer Road.
Washington Township Police say these two incidents happened around the same area in Sewell, at around the same time Monday and Tuesday.
Police say two men and two women have been charged with the death of a 54-year-old man who was found dead inside his bathroom.
A SEPTA bus driver was arrested on Thursday, accused of using his lunch break to pick up more than 100 pounds of marijuana.
Weight loss surgery is a life saver for millions and is often prescribed by doctors when diets don’t work. It’s routinely covered by insurance, so why did one New Jersey father get turned down?
It happens far too often: A child is killed or injured in a backover accident.
It’s not every day a middle schooler goes back to kindergarten, but last week on Dr. Seuss’ birthday, that’s what a bunch of middle school-age kids did.
A New Jersey woman is using social media with the hopes of influencing Mattel to create a specialized Barbie doll she feels will help children with cancer.
So with all the rain we got this summer, is that affecting the Christmas tree crop? Depends on where you go and how the farmer handled it all.
The recently resigned President of Gloucester County College is facing 11 criminal counts of forgery.
Trustees at Gloucester County College have accepted the sudden resignation of the school’s President amid suggestions of financial impropriety.
Russell Davis is under investigation for possible financial improprieties.
Gloucester County cut the ribbon on a new facility at the county college in Sewell on Friday, aimed at helping young people with special needs move from high school to college and the working world.