13-Year-Old Boy Found Dead In South JerseyPolice are investigating after they say a 13-year-old boy was found dead in South Jersey on Monday.
Norcross Announces a $2.4M Federal Grant For South Jersey Health CentersThursday, U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) announced that the CAMcare Health Corporation was awarded a $2,408,488 Health Center Program grant from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS).
'Nuclear Power Plant Warning' Sent Out In Error In Parts Of South JerseyThe New Jersey Office of Emergency Management is alerting the public that a "Nuclear Power Plant Warning" went out in error on Tuesday night.
Are Shore Towns Ready For Unofficial Start Of Summer?As Memorial Day quickly approaches, businesses are getting ready for the rush.
Nuclear Power Plant To Test Sirens In South JerseyThe nuclear power plant in South Jersey will be sounding its alert sirens this evening and officials want residents to know it is not an emergency.
South Jersey Vets Rallying To Bring More Awareness To Effects of Agent OrangeMore than 100 fellow Vets held a rally last weekend in Wildwood demanding the Veterans Administration recognize and treat more health problems for Agent Orange.
Officials Check Beach Erosion As Storm Moves From New JerseyOfficials are assessing damage one day after nor'easter packing powerful winds and heavy rain hit the New Jersey shore.
Vineland Man Found Fatally Shot Inside Car That Crashed Into TreesAuthorities are investigating after a man was found fatally shot inside a car that had crashed into trees in New Jersey.
Info Sought After Cat Found Shot 3 Times With BB Gun In South JerseyA family is searching for answers after their cat is killed with a BB gun in South Jersey.
South Jersey Audio Tech Startup Melds What You Need To Hear With What You Want To HearStages also makes a unit called Sidekick so you can bring your own headphones to the technology.
Quick-Hitting Snow To Cause Travel Disruptions, Slippery CommuteA blast of chilly air has set the groundwork for some snow for our region.
Quick-Hitting Snow To Cause Travel Disruptions, Slippery CommuteIt's been a pretty snow-starved winter thus far, with only .3" of snow recorded this season. But it's still early.