Fire crews douse large fire at Shore storage facility

Fire crews have doused a large fire at a storage facility in New Jersey's Sea Isle City

Hundreds flock to Trenton arts event 1 year after shooting

A year after gunfire shattered Trenton's annual Art All Night festival, hundreds have flocked to this year's celebration of local art, music, food and films

Hundreds flock to Trenton arts event 1 year after shooting

A year after gunfire shattered Trenton's annual Art All Night festival, hundreds have flocked to this year's celebration of local art, music, food and films

Plane landing at Newark airport blows tires, skids on runway

Authorities say a plane blew tires while landing at Newark airport, sending it skidding across the runway before coming to a halt

Plane landing at Newark airport blows tires, skids on runway

Authorities say a plane blew tires while landing at Newark airport, sending it skidding across the runway before coming to a halt
Opinion

A new farm taps into deep roots in Lawnside

Micaiah and Cynthia Hall are cultivating their half-an-acre backyard in Lawnside, NJ into a source of fresh produce for their three children and for farmers markets in Camden County and Philadelphia. The name Free Haven Farms honors Lawnside's history.
Opinion

A new farm taps into deep roots in Lawnside

Micaiah and Cynthia Hall are cultivating their half-an-acre backyard in Lawnside, NJ into a source of fresh produce for their three children and for farmers markets in Camden County and Philadelphia. The name Free Haven Farms honors Lawnside's history.
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In Camden, there will be two Juneteenth festivals this year. Blame a rift between the city and a longtime activist.

A rift between longtime Camden activist Mangaliso Davis and the city will result in two different Juneteenth festivals, one Saturday, the other next weekend.

Tornadoes touch down in South Jersey: ‘It just happened so fast’

The quick-moving storm knocked down trees and power lines and ripped siding and shingles from homes.

Some of nearly 200 dogs rescued from N.J. property almost ready for adoption

Nearly 200 dogs that were rescued from a former award-winning breeder's property are recovering well, and some will be available for adoption as soon as Saturday.

Camden County police chief to retire

Thomson has led the police force in the city since 2008.

Vietnam veteran who dropped out to join Army gets high school diploma 50 years later

George Schaefer, 67, of Pine Hill, who dropped out of Overbrook High in 1969, returns to finally pick up his diploma 50 years after his class graduated.

South Jersey firm disputes labor union allegation that it lied on application for $79 million tax break

“We have fully complied with all of the requirements” of the application process for Grow New Jersey tax credits, NFI spokesperson T.J. Lynch said.

Tornado confirmed in Gloucester County, National Weather Service says

Powerful storms swept through the region causing property damage, but no injuries were reported.

Trump says he won’t fire Kellyanne Conway for Hatch Act violations

The White House counselor repeatedly violated a law barring federal employees from engaging in election politics in their official capacity.

Trenton’s Art All Night returns this weekend, with new security measures after 2018 mass shooting

The 2018 shooting left one dead and 22 injured. The crew behind Art All Night is revamping security measures.

Prosecutors believe suspects in David Ortiz shooting wanted in Pa., N.J.

American prosecutors said Thursday that they believe two suspects in the shooting of retired Red Sox star David Ortiz are wanted for crimes in the United States, while the father of another suspect said his son belongs to a notorious Dominican gang of drug-dealing hitmen.

South Jersey trucking firm omitted criminal violation in application for $79 million tax break, labor union says

A spokesperson said the company was in the process of investigating the allegations: “While we are confident in the veracity of our application, we take all accusations seriously."

After year of scandal, U.S. Catholic bishops approve measures to hold themselves accountable

The measures include a new code of conduct, guidelines for restricting the ministry of retired problem prelates and a new system through which the Church will investigate bishops accused of mishandling abuse complaints or facing such allegations themselves.

Politics
Donald Trump Jr., 2 former FBI leaders testify on Capitol Hill

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Hong Kong leader fights for political life after bill fiasco

Guatemalans choose president amid distrust, flight to US

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