Attempts to revive the victim were unsuccessful and he was pronounced dead at Jersey City Medical Center.
A young Philadelphia boy has died after police say he drowned in a Wildwood hotel pool.
Tuesday is the deadline for Democratic and Republican voters to postmark their ballots or deliver them to county boards of elections by 8 p.m. in contests for president, the U.S. Senate and the House.
AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of a gallon of regular gas in New Jersey on Friday ticked up a penny to $2.16.
Boardwalks are packed for the Fourth of July weekend while officials urge to practice social distancing while heading out.
As coronavirus-related restrictions are eased and temperatures climb, people are flocking back to the Jersey Shore.
A Pennsylvania man has died after hitting his head while body surfing at a New Jersey beach.
A woman accused of stabbing her fiance and then leaving him in a car outside a hospital last year has pleaded guilty to reckless manslaughter.
Flags across New Jersey have been ordered to return to full-staff by Gov. Phil Murphy after being lowered in April to honor those who lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday reported there were about 500 more positive cases, putting the total at 172,000. He reported the death toll climbed by 27 overnight to 13,251. There are also 1,854 probable deaths from the virus.
Authorities in Camden County are investigating a possible link between a fatal hit-and-run and carjacking.
The new president of New Jersey’s flagship university has cut his salary by 10%, citing the school’s ongoing financial issues related to the coronavirus outbreak.
Police are investigating three drive-by shootings that happened over a span of a month in Winslow Township.
The pesky pests are back. Prime mosquito season has arrived and as people begin to spend more time outdoors, folks are having to confront the blood suckers head on.
Authorities say 14-year-old Marquai Leach went missing from Blackwood June 25th at about 6:30 in the evening.
Two teens have been charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death of a homeless man, according to prosecutors.
Wildwood Mayor Pete Byron is appealing to Governor Phil Murphy to reconsider resuming indoor dining as originally planned for Thursday.
The states under the travel advisory have seen a significant spread of COVID-19 in recent weeks.
Gamblers coming back to Atlantic City casinos this week will find a different world: No smoking, no drinking or eating inside.
A grand fireworks display celebrating the Fourth of July in the City of Wildwood will not take place this year.