A Stratford man, who has walked around his neighborhood for the last 50 years, takes one final stroll with his friends and family before a big move to North Jersey.
New Jersey's new firearms laws regulate ammunition sales, empower the attorney general to prosecute gun manufacturers and retailers, require safety training to get a firearm purchaser's permit, and more.
Residents in New Jersey and Delaware heard a full siren test on Tuesday night from a nuclear generating station.
An 80-year-old woman is still recovering after officials say she suffered multiple stab wounds in the parking lots of an Acme in Audubon.
Residents and visitors of Haddon Township had a fun evening celebrating the 4th of July.
The pilot of a single-engine crop duster was hospitalized after making an emergency landing in a Cumberland County field.
The pilot of a single engine crop duster was hospitalized after making an emergency landing in a Cumberland County field.
The Hard Rock casino reached agreement with Atlantic City's main casino workers union on Saturday, removing the last threat of a strike during the busy holiday weekend.
New Jersey's Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy has signed two bills aiming to protect the right of those from outside the state to get abortion services within New Jersey's borders.
While four out of the five major casinos in Atlantic City have come to tentative agreements with their labor unions, the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino remains the last player at the table.
The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino and the union are still negotiating a new contract before Sunday's strike deadline.
NJ State Police say a motorcyclist struck a guardrail and ended up on the shoulder of the highway before he was hit by a Lexus as he was crossing the lanes of the NJ Turnpike.
A person driving a stolen white Honda Pilot drove up to a bodega on the corner of Clinton Place and Shephard Avenue and opened fire, striking nine people.
The main union for Atlantic City casino workers reached agreements on new contracts with four casinos on Thursday, providing for what one worker called "big raises" and labor peace that will avoid a strike on Fourth of July weekend, one of the casinos’ busiest of the year.
Even if the union does go on strike, the casinos and their hotels will remain open for business; staffing levels and the quality of service could vary greatly depending on many variables.
Union negotiators and casino management are trying to reach new contracts that would avoid a disruptive strike during one of Atlantic City’s busiest weekends.
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Three men charged with assaulting a New Jersey man who later went missing and was found dead will remain in custody after an autopsy ruled the death accidental.
Bear alert! Police say a black bear has been spotted in Ocean County Wednesday afternoon.
Atlantic City’s Hard Rock Hotel & Casino marked its fourth anniversary on Tuesday by making donations to four local charities, putting the casino’s total charitable donations past the $1 million mark.