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In this Jersey Shore town, residents fight to preserve foxes and birds

The battle to protect piping plovers and red foxes has long soured the relationship between Brigantine and the DEP, but officials are now looking to ease the tensions.

Work is underway at a historic South Jersey building. Are luxury apartments far behind?

Riverside's historic Keystone Watchcase Co. building has been vacant since 2017. Plans are now underway for luxury apartments.

As Moorestown Mall struggles, residents will pay higher taxes because of its losses

Moorestown settled tax appeals in 2018 with the owner of its mall. This summer, the township council voted for a hike in residents’ taxes to pay the sum.

Power outages and heat deal blow to summer business in South Jersey downtowns. But one declares ‘Lights On.’

Severe weather shut down Restaurant Week in Collingswood last week. But the borough and its downtown businesses have now launched a a "Lights On" campaign to promote not only local restaurants but 30 retail shops as well.

‘Don’t ruin paradise’; Shore officials crack down on chaos at ‘the Cove’

Beachgoers have navigated mounds of trash and a bomb threat at the Cove this summer. Now, Brigantine officials are trying to get the Cove back on track.

Jersey Shore bridge, closed since September, reopens

Avalon and Sea Isle City are connected again.

Want to report a crime tip in Camden? There’s an app for that.

Apps like STOPit Solutions offer a new mode for anonymously reporting tips on crime, but a lack of research on these new technologies leaves many residents and scholars intrigued to see how they will impact Camden.

Lucy the Elephant, endangered no more, gets a 20- year lease to stay in Margate

Two votes this week gave Lucy a stable, future. The 65-foot gem of Margate will remain where she is through a new 20-year lease.

Camden’s Walter Rand transportation hub will receive $7 million grant. A walkway will be built over MLK Blvd.

Since efforts for updates to the Camden transit hub began two years ago, funds have gone towards planning. But $7 million from NJTransit will be the first investment to finance construction: a pedestrian bridge over busy Martin Luther King Boulevard in 2021.

‘It’s a terrible tragedy’: Bridgeton community rallies after car accident takes the lives of 3 family members

Days after the accident that claimed the lives of three family members and left a fourth critically injured, community members in Bridgeton have come together in the wake of tragedy.