Camden school and zoning board decisions reveal that ‘home rule’ has limits in the city

In Camden, the school board will soon be elected, rather than appointed. But the district remains under state control. And the city zoning board recently discovered its decisions are subject to an extraordinary veto provided under the separate state oversight of City Hall. So much for "home rule" in Camden.

Burlco doctor charged in fraud scheme

Bernard Ogon allegedly signed bogus prescriptions for expensive medications.

Burlco doctor charged in fraud scheme

Bernard Ogon allegedly signed bogus prescriptions for expensive medications.

Man gets life for fatal stabbing in Burlco

William E. Hines Jr. was convicted of murder for killing Scott Willis, 54, in the Burlington Township.

Man gets life for fatal stabbing in Burlco

William E. Hines Jr. was convicted of murder for killing Scott Willis, 54, in the Burlington Township.

Finger pointing, frustration in eastern US storm’s aftermath

Public officials are on the defensive after the season's first snowstorm stranded thousands of motorists for hours and forced some students to stay overnight in their schools

Finger pointing, frustration in eastern US storm’s aftermath

Public officials are on the defensive after the season's first snowstorm stranded thousands of motorists for hours and forced some students to stay overnight in their schools
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Finger pointing, frustration in eastern US storm’s aftermath

Public officials are on the defensive after the season's first snowstorm stranded thousands of motorists for hours and forced some students to stay overnight in their schools

Under Gov. Murphy, state runs Atlantic City behind closed doors

The state takeover of Atlantic City enters its third year, its legal bills surpassing $5.8 million, its inner working no more transparent under Gov. Murphy than they were under Gov. Christie.

A sawmill opens in the heart of South Jersey’s Pine Barrens

One forester believes more sawmills could help thin forests and, in turn, reduce the risk of fires.

The truth about the GoFundMe campaign for a homeless veteran: It was all a scam

What started as a feel-good story took an improbable turn with the announcement of theft and conspiracy charges.

Campbell’s Field demolition moves a step closer to reality

Campbell's Field is a step closer to being torn down after Camden County awards a contract Thursday to raze the stadium on the Camden waterfront.

N.J. bookmakers report plunge in sports-betting revenue. That’s good for bettors.

Sports bettors wagered 42% more in October, and kept a bigger share. But bookmakers still won $11.7M.

GoFundMe scam leads to charges against Johnny Bobbitt, Kate McClure, Mark D’Amico

What started as a feel-good story took an improbable turn with the announcement of conspiracy charges.

N.J.’s tax amnesty starts Thursday and runs through Jan. 15

New Jersey tax amnesty runs through Jan. 15. Consider it a gift to yourself, the state said.

Teenager killed while walking home from Camden High School ‘dreamed of playing for the Eagles’

A Camden High student was gunned down on the street while walking home from school.

Rep. Tom MacArthur concedes to Andy Kim as N.J. race is called

The Republican conceded after Kim was declared the winner by the Associated Press. About 7,000 paper provisional ballots are now being counted.

Burlco woman charged after 44 dead dogs found on her property

Authorities also found 161 dogs living in filthy condition around the Shamong Township home of Donna Roberts.

Atlantic City mayor agrees to skip ‘Mayor’s Box’ luncheon after casino fistfight; hobnobs with Gov. Murphy

Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam, his shiners starting to fade under his eyes from a weekend fistfight outside a casino, was a no-show at the annual "Mayors Box Luncheon" at the N.J. League of Municipalities.

Officials: 5 more measles cases confirmed in New Jersey

The latest confirmed cases bring the total to 11 in Ocean County.

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