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‘Loud booming’ from Philadelphia keeping South Jersey residents awake at night

Blame Philadelphia for that loud music annoying South Jersey. “It’s like a loud boom system, like they have a concert or something,” said Stephanie Evans, of Pennsauken. “... To hear that and then you can’t go back to sleep, it’s crazy."

Ocean City is fighting off seagulls to protect your funnel cakes, fries — and kids

Instead of plucking funnel cakes, pizza, and fries straight from people’s hands on the Ocean City, N.J., boardwalk, the seagulls should return to eating crabs and fish in the ocean.

Don’t call it a golf cart: Down the Shore, ‘the cool, new toy’ is a low-speed electric vehicle

Jersey Shore towns have seen more low-speed vehicles — which resemble golf carts for their four-wheeled, no-door appearance — on the streets in the last five years.

Activists question Atlantic County officials on resolution cooperating with ICE

Immigrant advocates packed the Atlantic County freeholders meeting Tuesday to condemn a resolution in support of “continued collaborative efforts” with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The resolution was withdrawn from consideration Monday.

South Jersey man sexually assaulted woman while posing as a police officer, authorities say

Samuel Mears, 45, of Sicklerville was charged with allegedly sexually assaulting a woman while impersonating a police officer.

Teen shot by police after allegedly stealing bus, charging officers with knife on Walt Whitman Bridge

Eastbound lanes of the bridge were closed for hours after the overnight shooting.

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.