Ventnor firefighter latest to plead guilty in vast prescription fraud scheme

Corey Sutor, a Ventnor firefighter, is the 23rd person to plead guilty in a vast prescription drug scheme at the shore.

75 percent of Philly-area drivers use phone in car. Can apps make them stop?

Researchers recommend turning on one smartphone function to help prevent distracted-driving crashes.

75 percent of Philly-area drivers use phone in car. Can apps make them stop?

Researchers recommend turning on one smartphone function to help prevent distracted-driving crashes.

Left behind in a dead mall, the sculpture modeled on Philly Zoo’s beloved ‘Petal’ needs a savior | Kevin Riordan

A life-sized sculpture of little boy riding an elephant was commissioned by the late Stockton Strawbridge for the courtyard next to his family firm's new department store at the Burlington Center more than 35 years ago. The mall is closed and its owners want the beloved public art gone.

Left behind in a dead mall, the sculpture modeled on Philly Zoo’s beloved ‘Petal’ needs a savior | Kevin Riordan

A life-sized sculpture of little boy riding an elephant was commissioned by the late Stockton Strawbridge for the courtyard next to his family firm's new department store at the Burlington Center more than 35 years ago. The mall is closed and its owners want the beloved public art gone.

Camden accuses Dranoff of bilking city out of $9 million from Victor apartments tax break

The suit marks an escalation in a legal battle that’s raged between Carl Dranoff and Camden since the developer asked the city to transfer the tax-break deal to a Denver-based firm that had been under contract to buy the Victor Apartments.

Camden accuses Dranoff of bilking city out of $9 million from Victor apartments tax break

The suit marks an escalation in a legal battle that’s raged between Carl Dranoff and Camden since the developer asked the city to transfer the tax-break deal to a Denver-based firm that had been under contract to buy the Victor Apartments.
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9 years after being flushed, N.J. woman’s wedding ring reappears

A New Jersey woman has her wedding ring back, nine years after she accidentally flushed it down her toilet.

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In a courthouse reunion, ‘Camden 28’ defendants say battle against injustice must continue

Nearly a half century ago, they broke into the federal courthouse in Camden to protest the Vietnam war. They returned last week to the scene of the crime — and the trial that ended in their acquittal — with a message.

Can art save Atlantic City, this time?

In A.C., murals have been painted on the side of liquor stores, beauty salons, restaurants, and a lone house across from Ocean Resort Casino, the old Revel.

Man pleads guilty to killing ex-girlfriend, stepsister

A man has pleaded guilty to killing a former girlfriend and her stepsister in a New Jersey home almost a year ago

Judge reinstates Atlantic City basketball coach Gene Allen for entire season

"Mr. Allen, good luck to you," Superior Court Judge Michael Blee told Coach Gene Allen after awarding the heralded basketball coach an unusual but decisive court victory.

Police identify North Wildwood man as victim shot last week by Philly cop in Port Richmond

Police said Justin Smith, of the 300 block of East 11th Avenue, was shot by Officer Curt McKee after Smith ran into a stranger’s home on the 3500 block of Belgrade Street, then moved toward McKee with a knife.

Cities are using data to make decisions more than ever. Are they calculating risks for bias?

As governments increasingly use data to operate more efficiently, researchers and analysts caution that computer-based decision-making isn’t perfect. It can lead to discrimination.

Under the Atlantic City Expressway, Pine Barrens critters have their own roads

The South Jersey Transportation Authority recently announced it was installing 10 new bat boxes — wooden structures that can comfortably house up to 80 bats — with plans to add 20 screech owl nesting boxes at wooded locations along the Atlantic City Expressway's right-of-way in 2019.

Cherry Hill voters to consider $210.7 million school bond, largest in New Jersey

The three-part spending plan would improve security, construct new multipurpose rooms, and renovate science labs and locker rooms, among other things, in the 11,200-student district.

Man crashes car during pursuit, barricades himself in NJ home

A man who barricaded himself inside a home after he crashed a car while being pursued by police has been taken into custody

Plane makes emergency landing on New Jersey golf course

Authorities say a small plane made an emergency landing on a golf course in northern New Jersey, but no serious injuries were reported

Coast Guard rescues 4 after commercial fishing boat burns

The Coast Guard came to the rescue of a commercial fishing boat crew that was forced to abandon ship after the vessel caught fire off the southern New Jersey coast

Johnny Bobbitt appears in N.J. court via video to face charges in GoFundMe scam

Bobbitt was extradited from Philadelphia to New Jersey to face charges.

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