Trained law enforcement dogs across the state and nation are expendable and expensive.
BRIDGETON — Joseph Riley was an unusual physician who somehow found time to be involved in politics and help bring an osteopathic medical school to New Jersey, while delivering babies at all times of day and night.
Cumberland County Commissioner Jack Surrency on Wednesday called for the resignation of jail Warden Richard Smith, citing “failed leadership” in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
While the nation waits for votes to be counted all over, Cumberland County officials are waiting for votes to be counted by the local Board of Elections.
BRIDGETON — After scrapping plans for a new $65 million jail, Cumberland County officials plan to close the current facility, sending inmates to be housed in other counties and putting corrections officers out of work.
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.
The number of positive cases of COVID-19 in New Jersey has increased by 524, bringing the total to 170,584, Gov. Phil Murphy said Friday.
Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday announced that the stay-at-home order, aimed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, is now lifted.
New Jersey's Democrat-led Assembly on Thursday passed a measure authorizing $5 billion in borrowing sought by Gov. Phil Murphy.
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.
Gov. Phil Murphy said Tuesday that the rate of COVID-19 spread has been greatly reduced since stay-at-home orders were put in place.
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.
Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday announced that child care services, organized sports practices and youth day camps can resume in the coming weeks.
The number of positive cases of COVID-19 in New Jersey has increased by 1,261, bringing the total to 157,815, said Gov. Phil Murphy. There have been 66 additional deaths, bringing the state total to 11,401.
Cape May will allow swimming on its beaches beginning on Saturday at 10 a.m. Bathers must swim only when and where lifeguards are on duty. The Cape May Beach Patrol will be on a pre-season modified duty schedule for the time being.
The number of positive cases of COVID-19 in New Jersey has increased by 1,304, bringing the total to 151,472, Murphy said. There have been 98 additional deaths, bringing the state total to 10,843.
BRIDGETON — A Cumberland County freeholder on Tuesday urged the public to contact their local officials and ask them to support a package of COVID-19 reforms to the county jail.
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.
BRIDGETON — An 18-year-old Vineland man charged in the stabbing death of his neighbor, a South Jersey corrections police officer, was ordered released from jail Thursday.
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.
BRIDGETON — Cumberland County officials on Tuesday said there have been 14 positive COVID-19 cases in county jail staff.
VINELAND — A city man was charged with stealing cash and cigarettes Friday after an investigation into several burglaries at city businesses over the past few months.
Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, Middle Township police Chief Christopher Leusner wanted all state residents to know that nothing has changed when it comes to responding to domestic violence, child abuse and violent crime calls.
When correctional police officers show up for their shifts at the Cape May County jail, they pull a mask over their face and get their temperature checked, a new routine aimed at mitigating the spread of COVID-19.
BRIDGETON — Three more inmates at a South Jersey prison have died from COVID-19, according to state officials.