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N.J. janitorial company owner sentenced to 50 months in prison for $2 million fraud scheme

Mitchell Bleicher admitted to paying for Rolex watches, Rolls Royces, Subaru automobiles, guns, motorcycles, home renovations, and his children’s college tuition with proceeds from the scheme.

‘The best day of the summer': Beach Day unites Wildwood lifeguards and children with Down syndrome

“You come here and everyone has that one thing in common: We all have a kid with Down syndrome," said Pam Ginet, a mother of a child with Down syndrome and member of 21 Down. “We just share that and enjoy the day.”

Can Burlington City save its YMCA? Members dismayed by Riverfront branch’s impending closure.

“It is tough,” Burlington City Mayor Barry Conaway said of the decision. “It is difficult. ... The Y made a business decision.”

Woman, 19, and parents killed in crash with propane tanker in South Jersey

The driver's 11-year-old brother also was critically injured in the crash in Franklin Township.

Woman stabbed her identical twin to death, police say. A judge ordered her jailed until trial.

Amanda Ramirez was ordered held for trial for fatally stabbing her identical twin sister, Anna, Saturday morning. She gave police conflicting accounts of what caused the dispute.

Margaret Fox vanished 45 years ago. Now, there’s a $25,000 reward to help solve the mystery.

On June 24, 1974, Margaret Ellen Fox disappeared on her way to a babysitting job. Her family has not seen or heard from her in the 45 years since she vanished. Authorities have announced a $25,000 reward in hopes of learning new information regarding her whereabouts.

South Jersey residents focus on damage left behind by massive flooding

The focus shifted from wading through ankle-deep water to cleanup efforts in heavy-hit spots throughout the Garden State.

Meet me tonight in ‘North Beach’? Luring tourists, Atlantic City rebrands its north end.

Three Atlantic City casinos and businesses are partnering as North Beach. It’s the latest effort to bring new life to a portion of the financially troubled city.

Kenneth I. Rosenberg, 72, longtime Philadelphia real estate lawyer

Honest and adept at setting up “win-win” deals that satisfied both sides in a negotiation, Mr. Rosenberg was a mentor and inspiration to colleagues at the firm.