The Orangeburg Area Mental Health Center has welcomed a new executive director who will begin her duties on April 12.
Throughout New Jersey, educators, parents and school boards are wondering just what school will look like in September as the state remains under a public health emergency due to COVID-19.
Longtime South Jersey educator Doug Cervi will take the helm of the state’s Commission on Holocaust Education.
It’s amazing to think that only a month ago we all were talking about a historically strong economy and a 60-year record low unemployment. Nob…
Scientists warned our leaders about the danger. Our leaders ignored them, undermined them and disbanded their programs. It was clear that poli…
When explaining their reasons for proposing a 37% toll increase on the Atlantic City Expressway, officials have stressed the need for nearly $500 million in construction spending to widen and repave the highway and improve its connection to Atlantic City International Airport.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Friends and classmates should have been reuniting and reminiscing about spring break trips at Stockton University this week, but instead, the campus was nearly empty.
ATLANTIC CITY — The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, the city and Atlantic City Electric are working together to execute a citywide streetlight repair and improvement project.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Last month, Ginelle Vargas moved into her dorm room at Stockton University.
AVALON — Local property owners will notice a drop in their flood insurance premiums this year.
The new executive director of the Orangeburg County YMCA says he’s found his real calling.
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.
ATLANTIC CITY — Property owners caught off guard by a tax increase this summer may see more of the same in coming years unless state and city officials develop long- and short-term plans to tackle the issue head on.
Tom Quirk, Executive Director of the New Jersey Coastal Coalition, kicks off the first non weather roundup interview of "Something in the Air" podcast. Tom talks about how Hurricane Sandy inspired the "Coalition", what Jersey communities are in on this, how they're helping to lower your flood insurance rates and what the future holds.
Whether at the beach or pool, the National Drowning Prevention Alliance suggests parents designate a water watcher or water guardian.
ATLANTIC CITY — In the new teen center at the local Boys & Girls Club, Michelle Carrera is hoping to create not only a space for teens to go after school, but a place to help them develop into successful adults.
Dee Anne Miller is no stranger to community service. After having served a little more than two years as a development specialist with the Mar…
“For God is not unrighteous to forget your work and labour of love, which ye have shewed toward his name, in that ye have ministered to the sa…