Local officials worried as crowds flock to the Jersey Shore
As coronavirus-related restrictions are eased and temperatures climb, people are flocking back to the Jersey Shore.
Murphy: Expect day care to open up soon
Murphy said day care “is at or near the top of our list."
‘They’re sitting on pile of money’ — Workers want Atlantic City casinos to pay them
Casino workers across the country are calling on the gambling industry to pay its laid-off workers their full salary and benefits for the duration of coronavirus shutdowns.
Flyers mascot Gritty cleared of claim he assaulted teen fan
Chris Greenwell claimed Gritty ran out of his chair and “punched my son as hard as he could" during an event for season ticket holders.
Casinos say Atlantic City needs to clean up its ‘drug addicts and prostitutes’
Top executives of most of Atlantic City's casinos say the city needs to become cleaner and safer.
NJ woman suing TripAdvisor after being tossed by pregnant camel
Ayala underwent surgery in Morocco and was hospitalized for two days.
Wawa being sued after malware gets customers’ credit card numbers
The breach affected 850 locations, including many in New Jersey.
It’s official: Trump says NJ’s Jeff Van Drew is a Republican
President Donald Trump announced Thursday that U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew, a South Jersey Democrat who broke with his party to vote against Trump's impeachment, is becoming a Republican.
Danny Aiello, blue-collar character actor who called NJ home, dies
Danny Aiello, the actor whose long career included roles in “Fort Apache, the Bronx,” "Moonstruck" and his Oscar-nominated performance in "Do the Right Thing," has died.
NJ teacher wins victory in Super Bowl parade sick-day dispute
A state appellate court upheld a South Jersey school teacher’s legal victory in an ongoing dispute over using a sick day.
9 killed in Ohio in second US mass shooting within 24 hours
Dayton police tweeted that an active shooter situation began in the Oregon District at 1 a.m., but officers nearby were able to "put an end to it quickly."
NJ family sues Texas park over son’s ‘brain-eating amoeba’ death
The family of a Ventnor man who died of a rare germ now is suing the Surf Resort in Waco where they say he contracted it. Fabrizio Stabile was 29.