Washington Township Community Members Open 25-Year-Old Time CapsuleThe capsule contains items deemed appropriate by the students, depicting life in Washington Township in 1995.
Officer Charged After Encounter With N.J. Lawmaker Acquitted of Falsifying ArrestA Gloucester County juryhas found police officer Joseph DiBuonaventura not guilty of 14 charges stemming from his 2012 arrest of state assemblyman Paul Moriarty (photo) on DUI charges.
South Jersey Organization Marks 14th Year of Support For MothersAt Cooper Hospital in Camden, a local organization distributed gift bags for Mother's Day.
BREAKING: Body Found During Search For Missing South Jersey Woman Renee Sheppard, 39, was last seen on Thursday, headed for a walk in the nearby woods.
2 Injured In Gloucester County House FireOfficials say one firefighter and one resident suffered minor injuries Sunday when a fire broke out at a home in Washington Township.
What's Cooking on 1060: Easter Delights, and The Best Bread EverAs Easter approaches, many bakers and candy-makers are ramping up their activities.
Police: Driver Entrapped By Electric Wires After Crash In Gloucester CountyPolice say a driver became trapped in his car by electric wires after a one-car crash.
What's Cooking on 1060: Passover Rules, Treats... and Twists!The Jewish holiday of Passover begins March 25th, and food is a big part of it!
South Jersey Group's Annual Hoagie Sale Surpasses 2012’s $40K MarkStudents and volunteers at Washington Township High School in South Jersey were hoping the charity hoagie sale would surpass last year's $40,000 mark, and it did, in a big way.
South Jersey Girl Collecting Halloween Costumes For Children Affected by Sandy"I thought about the children that didn't have their costumes anymore, whether they got destroyed or lost in the hurricane," says ten-year-old Stephanie Masapollo.
In NJ, Moorestown OKs Mall Liquor Sales And Whelan Survives ChallengeNo surprises in legislative elections in the Garden State.
South Jersey Prosecutors Hold Anti-Cyberbullying ConferenceLaw enforcement officers, education leaders, concerned parents and others gathered at Washington Township High School to hear from experts like John Halligan, whose teenage son Ryan took his life in 2003 after being bullied online in Vermont.
One South Jersey School Board Considering Ads On School BusesNew Jersey has come out with regulations covering advertisements on school buses. And while there doesn't seem to be a stampede to adopt school bus ads, there is some interest.
Burlington County, NJ Spraying To Control Mosquitos Harboring West Nile VirusRalph Shrom, spokesman for the Burlington County health department, says the infected mosquitos were found recently in routine testing.