A Vineland man, repeatedly arrested for DWI, is back in jail Thursday night.
Authorities say a southern New Jersey bank robbery was foiled when the suspect’s car ran out of gas as he tried to flee.
The soccer team at the all girls Our Lady of Mercy Academy High School in Newfield is trying to smile through their tears as they mourn the loss of a beloved family member Monday and rely on their good memories of him to cope.
A New Jersey man was arrested Wednesday for allegedly driving while intoxicated – it is his fifth arrest for DWI in the past 38 days.
Authorities say a school bus packed with students was involved in a crash on Cumberland County Monday afternoon.
This past week, Facebook made its first move toward becoming a public company. The ‘FB’ stock could begin trading in May, and some are wondering if they should get in on the action.
The Catholic Diocese of Camden has announced the closure of three schools in Cumberland County in the name of economy.
Police in Cumberland County are searching for an armed suspect who robbed a supermarket Monday evening.
There’s a happy ending to a frightening saga in southern New Jersey. Authorities say a hunter found a man who had been missing for eight days.
As Women Against Abuse celebrates its 35th year in Philadelphia, executive director Jeannine Lisitski says domestic violence has spiked to epidemic proportions in recent years.
A tragic and bizarre accident ends in the death of a child who fell into a grease trap behind a supermarket in Vineland, New Jersey.
A substitute teacher in New Jersey has been charged with sexually assaulting two victims in the span of one week.
Bail has been set at $250 for a substitute teacher who stands accused of sexually assaulting a student at a Cumberland County high school.
A Vineland man who helped the San Francisco Giants in their quest to a world championship is facing criminal charges back home.
A group of volunteers continues work on restoring a unique, some might say quirky, monument in Vineland. And it hasn’t been easy bringing back the “Palace of Depression”.