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Vineland man arrested in dismemberment, burning of corpse found in rural South Jersey field

New Jersey State Police have arrested a suspect in the murder of Tonya Cook, a 32-year-old Vineland resident whose burned and dismembered remains were found in a rural Cumberland County field.

House explosion that killed Gloucester County couple was accidental, fire marshal rules

The Medical Examiner's Office said the death of Carole Paladino was an accident and was caused by multiple blunt trauma. John Paladino died by blast and thermal injuries and his death was also determined to be accidental, authorities said.

Barbara S. Rothschild, 66, Courier-Post reporter

Mrs. Rothschild spent 32 years at the Courier-Post, beginning as a part-time receptionist and working her way up to become a reporter and op-ed editor.

$1,000 reward offered for clues in death of South Jersey woman who was dismembered and burned

The Prosecutor's Office said those who wished to submit an anonymous tip could download the CCPOTIP App, text 847411 with the subject line CCPOTIP, or visit the office's Facebook page or website.

Dismembered and burned body found in rural N.J. field was that of Vineland woman, 32

"Tonya Marie Cook was a very kind and Beautiful Black Women. She Loved all of her Friends and Family and she showed Unconditional Love to all," her brother wrote in a GoFundMe campaign established to raise money for Tonya's burial.

Gloucester County house explosion was caused by natural gas, officials say

Marissa Travaline, spokesperson for South Jersey Gas, said the company had never detected issues in the area.

Dr. Donald J. Farish, 75, former president of Rowan University

Farish served as president of Rowan University from 1998 to 2011, where he oversaw a crucial period in the school's history in the years following the $100 million gift from Henry Rowan.

Police address heat, security concerns ahead of July Fourth celebrations

Be sure to drink lots of water, keep track of small children, and report anything suspicious, according to police.

Is time up for tiny towns in New Jersey? Some say mergers would save money and lower taxes, but skeptics disagree

Consolidation of New Jersey's small municipalities has long been a target for figures who seek to cut down on administrative waste and reduce the state's high property taxes.

Worried about a potential New Jersey government shutdown? Here are eight ways you would be affected

With Gov. Murphy and the Legislature deeply at odds over the state budget, New Jersey may be on course for a second consecutive government shutdown.