Holly Glen Elementary To Remain Closed After Mold Found In OctoberHolly Glen Elementary School will remain closed for the remainder of the year, after mold was found in October.
Williamstown Hanging Holiday Displays To Make Halloween Parade More FestiveOne town in New Jersey is getting into the holiday spirit just a little bit early this year leaving some scratching heads.
Racing Over 100mph Led To Fatal Crash On Black Horse Pike, Witnesses SayAccording to police, around 10 p.m. Tuesday two cars were traveling westbound in excess of 100 mph, possibly drag racing, when the scene turned horrific.
Pedestrian Fatally Struck By Vehicle In Gloucester CountyThe crash happened early Wednesday on Tuckahoe Road near Route 322 in Williamstown.
2 Injured In Williamstown FireThe fire was reported around 10:15 p.m. Friday at the unit block of Washington Avenue.
Monroe Township Residents Warned About IRS-Phone ScamA police department in South Jersey is urging residents to be on alert for a phone scam that involves individuals posing as IRS agents demanding money.
Local Great Grandma Dives Into Her Lifelong DreamA great grandmother from the area proved you're never too old to live out your dreams Saturday by parachuting out of a plane.
Williamstown Soccer Youth To Escort U.S. Team Onto Field At World Cup Nine-year-old Angel Collazo, of Williamstown, New Jersey, will be taking the trip of a lifetime.
Deadly Crash Closes Black Horse Pike In Williamstown, New JerseyPolice are investigating a deadly crash on the Black Horse Pike in Monroe Township, Gloucester County.
2 Women Arrested, Officer Kicked In New Jersey Bus FightTwo women are charged with assaulting each other and a police officer after a fight on a rush-hour New Jersey Transit bus.
1 Hospitalized In Williamstown StabbingAuthorities say one person was hospitalized after a stabbing in Gloucester County Monday night.
Gloucester County Man Convicted Of Repeated Sexual Assault Of 11-Year-OldAuthorities say Carl J. Garrison, formerly of Williamstown, repeatedly abused the girl during the summer of 2010 inside a Monroe Township trailer home and during a two-week stay in Alabama.