4 hrs ago
Storm drops up to 9 inches of snow in South Jersey, causes 'dozens' of accidents statewide
Frank Martin, 84, was one of countless South Jersey residents who had to dig out their homes on Sunday after a storm that was forecast to be docile dumped up to nine inches of snow in Gloucester, Camden and Ocean counties.
11 hrs ago
Winter Storm Warning in Effect for Southern New Jersey
Southern New Jersey residents expecting the weather to create a minor inconvenience this weekend are experiencing a little more than they bargained for as snow began to fall throughout the region on Sunday.
17 hrs ago
Icy roads expected tonight and possibly during Monday a.m. rush hour
Snow, ice, rain. They're all coming our way, possibly making for very slippery roads tonight, especially in northern parts of New Jersey, according to the National Weather Service and Accuweather.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Accumulating snow, ice possible this weekend in N.J. as pair of winter storms move in
New Jersey's first accumulating snow and ice of the season is possible this weekend, as a pair of winter storms affect the Garden State tonight and Sunday.
Burlington County College students showcase art work
As the calendar continues to wind down, critics like to put neat bows on the year, creating so many grandiose best-of lists it can get tiring.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Mount Holly postpones holiday events
Mount Holly will postpone its holiday tree lighting and parade originally set for Friday due to the threat of rain.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
The Court's Contempt for Congress
The "least dangerous" branch - as Alexander Hamilton famously and really, really wrongly called the judiciary - is a little less dangerous, at least for the time being, thanks to the five members of the mighty Mount Holly, New Jersey, Township Council.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
The Newark Star-Ledger
Snow, ice and rain possible across N.J. Sunday into Monday
A resident of Dover walks her children to school as a light rain falls on 2nd Avenue last week.
Pemberton Township files suit in emergency squad dispute
The township is taking a fire company and two emergency squads to court because of their refusal to join its newly consolidated fire and first aid department.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
The Business Journal
Banking: Confusion remains on what constitutes loan discrimination
The dispute centered on the 10,000-resident township of Mount Holly, N.J.'s plan to redevelop a section of town known as Mt.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Did town show disparate-impact bias in taking over buildings?
Few houses remain in Mount Holly Gardens, which is being replaced by a new development that is the subject of a fair housing case coming before the Supreme Court this month.
Lawyer: Decision not to file charges expedites bus-crash suit
CHESTERFIELD A lawyer for the parents of an 11-year-old triplet who died in a crash involving a school bus and a dump truck in Chesterfield last year said a prosecutor's recent decision not to file criminal charges against the drivers will expedite a civil lawsuit that has been filed.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
When's a Nor'Easter, not a Nor'Easter?
NBC's Al Roker is calling out CNN for dubbing severe weather along the Eastern seaboard a Nor'easter when, in fact, it's not.
Entrapment crash on Brookshire Blvd. Wednesday blocks intersection
Traffic Team 9 advises drivers to take Lucia River Bend Highway from Mount Island to Mount Island Highway south towards Mount Holly.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Evesham bank sues Mt. Holly firm, claims losses of over $2M
An Evesham bank says it lost more than $2 million to an alleged fraud by a Mount Holly-based firm.
Is Dow still Mt. Holly mayor?
Is censured Mount Holly Mayor Richard Dow III quitting? At Monday night's council meeting, Dow said he was stepping down for health reasons and abruptly left minutes before four councilmen censured him in connection with an undisclosed personnel matter.
A dry Thanksgiving? Weather should be better for holiday, forecasters say
As millions of Americans hit the road to brave the busiest travel day of the year today, New Jersey was hit with a burst of nagging winter weather.
The Jersey Journal
N.J.'s rain to turn to sleet, snow this afternoon
As bad weather continues to blight the busiest travel day of the year, New Jerseyans are likely to see today's rainfall change over to sleet and snow this afternoon, possibly lasting until midnight, forecasters say.
Three arrested during vehicle stop in Evesham Township
EVESHAM TWP . - Three people were arrested on drug charges during a vehicle stop on Route 70 at 7:09 p.m. Nov. 25. During the stop, police used a K-9 named Ciko to check for the presence of narcotics, police said.
The Jersey Journal
No snow, sledder; What does Hopewell need?; WheatonArts says thanks; BEN Column, Nov. 26, update 4
"The model is indicating the snow line won't quite make it to New Jersey except in the northwest, but it's still a little too early to tell," said Jim Bunker, observing program director with the National Weather Service in Mount Holly.