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Garden State Parkway officials are promising smoother rides and fewer accidents with the widening of a 10-mile stretch that becomes congested during the summer tourist rush to the Jersey Shore. The project will add a third lane in each direction
N.J. New Jersey's Supreme Court has ordered Atlantic County's surrogate suspended without pay for two months for hosting a political fundraiser and for driving while intoxicated. The suspension, which begins Jan. 1, applies to James Curcio's
Widespread power outages predicted in the wake of Friday's nor'easter have not materialized in New Jersey...About 4,900 of those are customers of Atlantic City Electric in Atlantic County, with a handful of customers in Gloucester County also
This year, she has only four weeks booked and is struggling to figure out how many of her customers will return to the Ocean County beach resort, which is among the Jersey Shore towns hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy nearly 21/2 months ago...Sandy's
Atlantic County Grand Jury indicts five in 2011 fatal Atlantic City shooting An Atlantic County grand jury indicted five men in the fatal shooting of an Atlantic City man last year. Haneef Graves, 29, Jason K. Hall, 22, Carlos Woodall, 24, James
Atlantic County still finalizing barrier-island plan; Ventnor has issue with sewers Access to Atlantic County's barrier islands still is restricted and county officials still are trying to finalize a re-entry plan for Brigantine, Atlantic City,
Patel, 34, of the township's Cardiff section, told Judge Bruce Ward that he had received the charges against him and has retained a private attorney Patel is accused of raping a woman at gunpoint after he allegedly forced into his ca.
Six school districts in Atlantic County approved budgets for next year that exceed the 2 percent cap on property taxes but don't violate state law. Three districts in Cape May, four in Cumberland counties and one in southern Ocean County will also
Lindsey Petrosh of Egg Harbor City won the title Saturday night at the Ocean City Music Pier, beating out 24 other contestants. The first runner-up was 19-year-old Kaitlyn Schoeffel of Egg Harbor Township. The 23-year-old Petrosh, a graduate student
Those with outstanding warrants have a special invitation by law enforcement leaders starting today. Fugitive Safe Surrender will allow those with nonviolent outstanding warrants or disorderly persons offenses to turn themselves in from 9 a.m. to 4 p.