William J. King, 88, first black doctor at Underwood-Memorial Hospital; trailblazer who made house calls, delivered babies in South Jersey

Dr. William King was turned away when he tried to get staff privileges at Underwood-Memorial Hospital in the 1960s. When he retired decades later, he was begged to stay. Dr. King made history as the first black doctor at the hospital and opened his own medical practice in Woodbury.

Rutgers University president to depart next year

Under Rutgers president Robert L. Barchi, the university broke fundraising records, expanded its health sciences program and joined the Big Ten Athletic Conference.

Rutgers University president to depart next year

Under Rutgers president Robert L. Barchi, the university broke fundraising records, expanded its health sciences program and joined the Big Ten Athletic Conference.

Trump crashes wedding at his New Jersey golf club

The couple had a “Make America Great Again”-themed wedding, but they never expected President Trump to actually show up.

Trump crashes wedding at his New Jersey golf club

The couple had a “Make America Great Again”-themed wedding, but they never expected President Trump to actually show up.
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New Jersey Attorney General’s Office opens probe into fatal police-involved shooting in Pemberton

The shooting was one of two Friday in the 300-home, Sunbury Village section of the township.

N.J. corrections officer convicted of smuggling drugs to inmates at state prison in Cumberland County

Steven Saunders, 51, of Camden, a suspended state corrections police officer, has been found guilty of smuggling drugs to inmates at the Southern Correctional Facility in Cumberland County.

Norcross lawyers want ‘sunlight’ on tax credit investigation

The legal team continued to refute allegations that four organizations tied to Norcross submitted problematic applications for New Jersey tax breaks.

Philly had its hottest day of the year. It’s about to get even worse.

More storms are expected Thursday, and while they might take the edge off the heat temporarily, they might even add to the discomfort. Then it's going to get really hot.

Princeton company accused of selling $400,000 in unregistered securities as cryptocurrency

The complaint, filed Wednesday, accuses Pocektinns Inc. and its president, Sarvajnya Mada, of offering and selling unregistered “PINNS Tokens” to raise funds for developing a blockchain-driven online marketplace.

Heather Barbera, accused of killing her mother and grandmother in their Ventnor Boardwalk condo, offers to plead guilty

Prosecutors agreed to consider Barbera's offer to plead guilty as the judge set an October trial date.

‘Dangerously hot’ weather forecast from now through the weekend

The National Weather Service has posted an “excessive heat warning” through Sunday, with the year’s highest daytime temperatures and a sequence of hazardously sultry nights expected.

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.

N.J. judge who gave leniency to teen from a ‘good family’ in sexual assault case is off the bench

The chief justice of the state Supreme Court announced judges will get "enhanced training" in sexual assault and domestic violence.

N.J., with nation’s highest property taxes, keeps up fight over federal tax law changes

New Jersey, Connecticut, and New York are suing the Internal Revenue Service for blocking a workaround to new state and local tax deduction limits.

Former South Jersey teacher admits recording boys in camp bathroom

Thomas Guzzi Jr. pleaded guilty to making child pornography while he worked as a stage manager for a summer theater camp in Gloucester County.

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