WILDWOOD — Two Millville men were arrested Tuesday after speeding away from an officer attempting to make a traffic stop and after a gun was found in their car, police said.
MILLVILLE — Though more than 20 years apart, two Millville High School graduates have forged a bond and a mentorship through shared histories and goals after a serendipitous connection that began with a newspaper clipping.
Special education officials around the state said they won’t make New Jersey’s most vulnerable student population guinea pigs for a school reopening plan, even though the need for in-person instruction in some students’ cases is desperate.
As unemployment claims slow statewide in New Jersey, the wreckage of business closings due to the COVID-19 pandemic remains increasingly clear in deep South Jersey.
Several government agencies have been scrutinizing their contracts with a South Jersey attorney and his law firm after he pleaded guilty to federal tax evasion charges.
BRIDGETON — Nine people were charged late Thursday night and early Friday morning and police seized drugs, a handgun and a loaded high-capacity magazine at a city apartment complex, police said.
MILLVILLE — A city man and woman were arrested after allegedly stealing a pick-up truck and $5,000 worth of power tools from two Mercer County properties over the weekend.
From enhancing distance learning to cleaning school buildings, local school districts are beginning to consider how to spend their share of the $310 million allocated this week in federal stimulus money for New Jersey education in response to COVID-19.
BRIDGETON — A Millville man was charged with driving while intoxicated and violating Gov. Phil Murphy’s COVID-19 mandate after a Saturday morning car crash.
Egg Harbor Township High School senior Timothy Medina hadn’t acted since middle school, but he was set to make his theatrical comeback as Grantaire in the spring musical production of “Les Miserables.” The excitement was cut short when school closed last month in response to the outbreak of COVID-19.
South Jersey Gas temporarily closed its customer service centers in Atlantic City, Pleasantville, Glassboro, Millville and North Swainton. The centers will remain closed indefinitely.
Some South Jersey blacks have spent decades researching, documenting and spreading the word about the history of African Americans in Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland counties.
As a young child taken from her home in Puerto Rico, thrust into a foreign culture and an abusive home life, Sarai Rivera-Huertas found solace in the classroom with a teacher who made a profound impact on her.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — The Hughes Center Honors paid tribute to former Govs. Jim Florio and Christine Todd Whitman and others Thursday night, but another prominent New Jersey resident was on everyone’s mind.
BUENA — James J. Riche stood in front of The Moving Wall on Saturday morning, looking at the over 58,000 names of men and women who died while serving their country during the Vietnam War.