Two dead in shooting at South Jersey birthday party

About 10 people were present at the party in Edgewater Park, but no one else was shot, authorities said. The deaths have been declared homicides.

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South Jersey kids get free shoes at Macy's | Photos

About 100 children in South Jersey were able to pick out shoes for free thanks to a donation from Macy's to the nonprofit Shoes for Your Soul at Cherry Hill Mall on Saturday, Jan. 23, 2021.
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South Jersey kids get free shoes at Macy's | Photos

About 100 children in South Jersey were able to pick out shoes for free thanks to a donation from Macy's to the nonprofit Shoes for Your Soul at Cherry Hill Mall on Saturday, Jan. 23, 2021.

In Cape May County, questions over a local chapter of the Oath Keepers

A Cape May chapter of the extremist group held meetings in the old Court House, including one in 2014 attended by a future Superior Court judge.

In Cape May County, questions over a local chapter of the Oath Keepers

A Cape May chapter of the extremist group held meetings in the old Court House, including one in 2014 attended by a future Superior Court judge.
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New Pa. health secretary named; Philly launching relief program for restaurants and gyms; Fauci calls it ‘liberating’ to lead Biden’s COVID-19 response

And Biden's stimulus package, which includes $1,400 direct payments, is expected to be voted on in the House the first week of February.

Feds charge an N.J. anti-vax activist and a correctional officer in Capitol riot

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One New Jersey couple’s zigzag journey to get a COVID-19 vaccine

Andy Anderson, 73, of Glassboro wanted to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and he found, like tens of thousands of people in the area, confusion was the norm in how to get it.

The former King of Spain was a Jersey guy, and his Bordentown estate is being turned into a park

Developers had eyed a Bordentown property once owned by Napoleon Bonaparte’s brother Joseph as a potential warehouse site. But local preservationists and city and state officials have prevailed.

Snow is snubbing Philly in January, and February is looking mild across the nation

For the first time since 1998, Philadelphia has no measurable snow during the first three weeks of January.

No phone hotlines, multiple websites, long lines: Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is confusing in Pa. and N.J.

People in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Philadelphia were relieved to become eligible for the coronavirus vaccine this month. But with patchwork systems and spotty information, many are frustrated.

Biden says ‘it will take months’ to turn pandemic around; new Pa. cases down, but deaths remain high; Philly launches vaccine registration site

Pennsylvania continues to experience a decline in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations, a welcome sign as a variant of the virus continues to make its way across the county.

Atlantic City’s former Trump Plaza will be imploded on Feb. 17, mayor says

The former Trump Plaza will be imploded at 9 a.m. Feb. 17, with the public invited to park and view from Bader Field.

Camden may have to close some schools, superintendent says

“We just can’t continue to do the same thing,” Camden Schools Chief Katrina McCombs on the need to close schools in the struggling district.

Man charged with attempted murder in the beating of his roommate, 78, at a Maple Shade care facility

David P. Lake, 51, was charged with attempted murder in an attack on his 78-year-old roommate, authorities said.

Where can I get a COVID-19 vaccine in the Philly area? Use our lookup tool.

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