At Burlington County diner, Joe Biden rallies support for Democratic House candidate Andy Kim

Joe Biden stumps for Andy Kim in Willingboro as Kim and incumbent Tom MacArthur are locked in a battle for a congressional seat in the Third District

Marijuana prices can now be published in N.J.

For the first time since the Garden State program was launched in 2013, consumers can see the difference in cannabis costs between the retail outlets.

Marijuana prices can now be published in N.J.

For the first time since the Garden State program was launched in 2013, consumers can see the difference in cannabis costs between the retail outlets.

New Jersey agency that helps homeless men find housing finds itself homeless

The office of the Interfaith Homeless Outreach Council has been in temporary suburban quarters for several months and needs to find a new location in Camden, where homeless people gather.

New Jersey agency that helps homeless men find housing finds itself homeless

The office of the Interfaith Homeless Outreach Council has been in temporary suburban quarters for several months and needs to find a new location in Camden, where homeless people gather.

Murphy orders probe into handling of sex assault allegation

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy says he's ordered an investigation into his administration's handling of a state employee's claims she was sexually assaulted by a man who went on to work in his administration.

Murphy orders probe into handling of sex assault allegation

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy says he's ordered an investigation into his administration's handling of a state employee's claims she was sexually assaulted by a man who went on to work in his administration.
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Racist literature left on Cherry Hill lawns

The mayor and the local head of the NAACP condemned the literature supporting the Ku Klux Klan.

Ocean County couple sentenced for ripping off homeowners after Superstorm Sandy

An Ocean County couple was sentenced to seven years in prison for using their home improvement companies to steal over $1.4 million from homeowners whose homes were damaged by Superstorm Sandy.

Burlco town, affordable-housing advocates reach truce in court battle

The agreement by Delran to add nearly 200 affordable units follows a battle between the township and housing advocates.

In Cherry Hill's new master plan, I find a lot to like. But some residents don't

Some Cherry Hill residents wonder why they weren't given more of role in and more time to review the township's latest master plan.

A.C. cop indicted in K-9 attack on man outside Tropicana Casino

Sterling Wheaten was charged in connection with the arrest of David Connor Castellani outside the Tropicana Hotel and Casino on June 15, 2013.

4 charged in fatal shooting of Millville man at youth football practice

Joseph Jones was shot in the parking lot of Lakeside Middle School in Millville on Aug. 9

A dilemma for New Jersey Democrats: an unpopular senator, or Trump’s GOP

In a state that hasn't elected a Republican to the Senate since 1972, the cloud over Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez has made for a much tougher race than usual, but Democrats believe President Trump will ultimately bring liberal voters to support the incumbent.

Man, 39, guilty of threatening Rep. LoBiondo

Joseph Brodie, of Millville, was convicted of two counts of making threats against the congressman and his staff in 2017.

Camden City Council delays vote on zoning board reappointments

Camden City Council has delayed a vote to reappoint four Zoning Board members recommended by Mayor Frank Moran, a week after the zoning board approved a controversial billboard project on the waterfront.

Police release bodycam video of gunpoint stop of Rowan students

Glassboro Police release body camera videos of a controversial police stop of two Rowan University students during which guns were pointed at them

Suit: South Jersey funeral home failed to embalm body, forcing cremation instead of open-casket service

Sister sues funeral home alleging it failed to embalm her brother's body before it decomposed

Tap on Norcross’ phones stemmed from Philly union probe, records show

What exactly drew the attention of the Dougherty's investigators to Norcross remains unclear. But documents obtained by the Inquirer and Daily News this week indicate for the first time a connection between the FBI's interest in the longtime leader of the city's electrician's union — one of the preeminent figures in Philadelphia Democratic politics — and a man who holds similar clout across the Delaware River.

New Jersey sues U.S.: Why was Florida exempted from offshore drilling?

Ryan Zinke, secretary of the interior, said he would exempt Florida because it depended so heavily on tourism. New Jersey officials were outraged, given that the state has 130 miles of coastline that relies heavily on tourism, including its beaches in the summer and year-round birding industry.
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