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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.
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Incidents of violence, vandalism, weapons and substance abuse in New Jersey's public schools saw an overall decrease in 2012-13 from the previous school year, according to an annual report released Thursday by state education officials.
Moorestown has the second-highest graduation rate in Burlington County, according to numbers released by the state Department of Education .
Violence, vandalism and substance abuse is down in New Jersey schools, according to a report released Thursday by Gov. Chris Christie's office.
A pedestrian crosses the street as fog blankets downtown Newark, Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.
Wednesday's high temperatures reached the low to middle 50s, as mild as 55 in Wrightstown, Burlington County and Atlantic City at the airport.
The accident happened when the teenage victim was crossing Main Street in Maple Shade around 9 p.m. to meet up with a relative.
FLORENCE - A bank robber wearing a sweatshirt with a distinctive white paint stain on the right shoulder made off with cash from a Roma Bank branch in Florence on Tuesday, police said today.
DEPTFORD - Women from all over the southern New Jersey region will be honored for their work in furthering the lives of residents at the second Women of Achievement Awards Reception for Southern New Jersey on Thursday.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says all safety systems responded as designed.
Helping consumers reduce their energy use is a positive proposition, but unfortunately many residents cannot afford the upfront capital costs needed to achieve that goal.
State Department of Transportation officials have announced that a large-scale bridge painting contract involving 12 bridges spanning multiple state highways in Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Salem counties is under way.
A group of teenagers were arrested Sunday after they allegedly stole several vehicles from a used car lot on High Street.
After suffering a stroke in 2003 and retiring from his job as an employee of the Social Security Office, Nathaniel Lawrence was grateful that Medicare covered his many medical expenses.
Barnett Zeldin, 74, of Mays Landing was last seen Oct. 7 by friends and family members, State Police said Monday.