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Phil Weiss, owner of Weiss True Value Hardware Store, unloads water in the back room of his Paulsboro store, Friday, Jan. 31, 2014.
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As New Jersey legislators wrestle with Governor Chris Christie's proposed budget, there's a good deal of attention centered on a plan to tax electronic cigarettes in the same fashion as other tobacco products.
A Kane In Your Corner investigation finds Christie administration officials are violating the rules in awarding environmental remediation projects and could be putting taxpayers' money at risk in the process.
WOODBURY - Authorities are seeking a registered sex offender who failed to appear in court for an alleged violation of his parole.
DEPTFORD TWP. - The child support unit of Gloucester County's Probation Division will relocate to the Five Points Facility in Deptford Township on May 12. The facility is located at 1893 Hurffville Road.
Freeholder Director Robert Damminger speaks during the Gloucester County freeholder reorganization meeting in Woodbury on Friday, Jan. 3, 2014.
Mantua Police say the pet's owner reported she took her dog to the veterinarian April 7th after she came home from work and noticed her Rottweiler was acting abnormally.
ELMER - The Salem County freeholder board adopted its 2014 budget Wednesday night, a spending plan that will hold the county purpose tax flat for the next year.
A memorial was placed where 22-year-old Rowan University student Matthew Uhl was struck and killed on State Street in Glassboro, in April of 2013.
The contest, sponsored by Tobacco Free for a Healthy NJ and Region 10 Cancer and Chronic Disease Coalition of Gloucester County grantee Inspira Health Network, educated National Park Elementary School students about the hazards of smoking and exposure to second-hand smoke inside and outdoors.
Judy Kelly of Sewell, left, sorts food donations as part of the 8th Annual Gloucester County Cares About Hunger at the United Way of Gloucester County office in Thorofare, Feb. 22, 2013.
Bob Muth, of Muth Family Farm, grows organic lettuces and other produce at his Williamstown farm, Sept.
The Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office says a man in a home on Columbia Avenue threatened to harm himself and refused to leave his home Tuesday.
Nearly every person raised his or her hand. There were more than 400 people in attendance that night to honor a man often referred to as "Mr. Gloucester County."
Brady Singh takes a sip of grape juice during a model seder at the Chabad of Gloucester County in Mullica Hill, Sunday, April 13, 2014.