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Police Officer in Medford, N.J., Files Racial Discrimination Suit

The only African-American officer on the Medford Township, N.J., police force is suing his employer and the township, alleging a pattern of racial discrimination in […]

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Conservatives Contemplating Chris Christie Comeback

George Will, the longtime conservative commentator for the Washington Post, wrote a column last night saying that, after the terrorist attacks in Paris, there’s only […]


These Texts from Camden Corrections Officers Are Incredibly Racist

The Courier-Post made an open records request recently, asking for the text messages that got nine corrections officers dismissed at the Camden County Jail. After […]

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New Jersey Holds Hearing on Legalizing Marijuana

It’s not often that Philadelphians are concerned with the goings on of the New Jersey legislature. But a hearing in Trenton today will be of […]


Atlantic City Has Highest Foreclosure Rate for Four Straight Months

For all the talk about how Atlantic City’s casino closures are really just “right-sizing” the market and how the city has more to offer than just […]

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State Senator Wants N.J. to Regulate Daily Fantasy

Citing a New York Times article about daily fantasy site employees winning money on the sites of competitors, N.J. State Sen. Jim Whelan today announced […]

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South Jersey Cop, Son Charged With Harassing Civil Rights Activist

Penns Grove is a small town in Salem County, New Jersey, sitting directly across from Wilmington along the Delaware River. But as small towns go, […]

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Missing Child Found Dead in Haddon Township

Chopper 6 over scene in Haddon Twp. where missing 3-year-old found dead: http://t.co/e3fl1T5NcZ pic.twitter.com/Q8THrSHDI7 — Action News on 6abc (@6abc) October 13, 2015 On Tuesday […]

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11 Historic Lighthouses Opened for Tourists Along the Jersey Shore This Weekend

Lighthouses have the power to stir even the most practical among us. They’re beacons of hope in the darkness, safety in a storm and strength […]

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Christie Files Eminent Domain Against “Selfish” Margate City

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie yesterday filed an eminent domain action against 87 municipally-owned lots in Margate City. The state has long wanted to build […]


Time To Make The Cider

So you want to keep your homebrewing cred up to date, right? You’ve perfected your quadruple-hopped IPA recipe and your pumpkin stout won silver at […]

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Why Does N.J. Congressman Want a Hearing on Daily Fantasy Legality?

If you watched the Eagles Monday night, you know that there is a way you can become a millionaire. It’s as simple as playing along […]


Farmhouse Friday: Wood and Stone Residence Vaunts Smithsonian Gardens

Loft laden and timber adorned is how this Hopewell, New Jersey residence, originally a hay barn dating back to the 1700s, comes at us today. It’s […]

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Drunk History Takes on New Jersey in Season Premiere

Drunk History, the Comedy Central series that asks funny people to get drunk and talk about the history of various things, aired its season three […]


iStar Announces Multi-Billion Dollar Waterfront Renewal in Asbury Park

iStar, real estate investment trust extraordinaire and prospective Jersey Shore dream makers in the making, has embarked on a massive redevelopment plan that is sure […]