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Code Blue alert to go in effect for parts of South Jersey
A Code Blue alert, intended to assist municipalities in protecting vulnerable citizens during cold weather, is in effect for Atlantic and Cumberland counties. In Atlantic County, a Code Blue will be in effect from 6 p.m. Saturday through Monday, said Linda Gilmore, public information officer for the
Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office to host grief support group
BRIDGETON — The Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office is hosting two free grief support group programs for adults who have lost loved ones from violent crime in the county.
New Jersey girl, 14, hospitalized after eating marijuana-infused gummy bear, police say
A New Jersey teen who ate a marijuana-infused gummy bear was later hospitalized because the edible made her sick, police say. The 14-year-old girl, who has not been publicly identified, was given the gummy bear by her 13-year-old classmate, according to NBC New York, citing officials with the Fair L
Former New Jersey officer indicted on sexually assaulting 2 children
NEW JERSEY (KYW Newsradio) -- A Burlington Township man, who used to be a cop in New Jersey, has been indicted on accusations he sexually assaulted two children. There were a total of 46 counts in the indictment against 37-year-old William Sanchez-Monllor -- who was an officer with the Trenton Polic
How New Jersey’s Proposed “Rain Tax” Will Affect Citizens of Clark, According to Mayor Bonaccorso
CLARK, NJ – A new tax proposed by the New Jersey state legislature does not sit well with Clark Mayor Sal Bonaccorso. The “Clean Stormwater and Flood Reduction Act,” informally known as the “Rain Tax,” has already moved through both houses in the state legislature, passing both the Senate and Assemb
Vehicle Stop Results in Drug Charges Against Vineland Man
OCEAN CITY - Two Ocean City police detectives made a traffic stop for vehicle violations Feb. 14 about 12:52 p.m. What resulted was the arrest of a Vineland man who was charged with drug possession and distribution.
New Jersey couple gives birth to three bundles of love on Valentine's Day
VOORHEES, N.J. (WPVI) -- It was a life transforming Valentine's Day for Alicia and Jim Brown of Franklinville, New Jersey. The couple always knew they were having three girls, but didn't expect them to arrive so soon.
Need clearer for nuclear power than for NJ plant subsidies
New Jersey enacted a law last year to provide subsidies to its three nuclear energy plants if necessary to keep them open. The plants in Salem County generate 40 percent of the state’s electricity and about 90 percent of its emissions-free energy.
NJ woman bites police officer during arrest, cops say
FRANKLIN BOROUGH — A woman bit an officer in the shoulder during a traffic stop and claimed to be a member of a gang, according to police. Police in this Sussex Count borough said they stopped Jordana M. Cappiello, 26, of Hamburg, on Route 23 near the Irish Cottage Inn just before 10 p.m. Thursday a
Xspero App Making a Difference for Nonprofit Organizations
MILLVILLE, N.J. - A new social-giving network allows people to support local charities in an innovative and easy way. Since it benefits both local businesses and local charities, Peter Geleta, acting president of Xspero, says the shopping app is a win-win.
New Jersey woman strips and attacks cops
Did you see this story from Galloway Township in Atlantic County? A 26 year old woman, Rhiannon V. Thompson, had quite the interesting night. Police were talking to her after being called about a noise complaint about her house she just stripped and started assaulting the officers, according to the
SNJ Today Honors Legacy of Cara McCollum
MILLVILLE, N.J. - When SNJ Today news launched back in July 2015, our first lead anchor, Cara McCollum, captivated audiences with her wit, humor, and beauty. Cara was a former Miss New Jersey with a passion for stories. Whether she was sharing someone else's story here on the newscast, telling us a
Robber Donning Bizarre Disguise Knocks Off Liquor Store In New Jersey
ENGLEWOOD, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Police in New Jersey are searching for a robbery suspect with a bizarre disguise. Surveillance video shows the brazen bandit entering a well-known liquor store in Englewood, using a cloud of wadded up plastic to cover his face.
Police: New Jersey burglary suspect trying to escape gets into cop car instead of Lyft
ROCHELLE PARK, New Jersey (WABC) -- A burglary suspect's plan didn't go as intended when he ended up getting into the back of a police car instead of his Lyft while trying to escape.
New Jersey teacher's aide charged with distributing child porn via Snapchat
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, N.J. (WPVI) -- A teacher's aide and diving coach in New Jersey has been charged with distributing child porn and pictures of child abuse through Snapchat. Mark Balesteri Jr., 29, was employed by Egg Harbor Township High School.
Property in Vineland sells for $2. 3 Million | South Jersey real estate transactions
-2 Fomalhaut Ave., Bruce W. Johnson Jr., executrix of the estate of Bruce Johnson Sr., to Yulia Nova Siedarta for $127,000. -2 Carole Lane, Bonnie and John Moro to Alexandrea Carrigan and Christopher Giacomelli for $180,000.
Mike Trout continues with unique spin on jersey retirement
Mike Trout is one of the greatest baseball players to ever come out of the state of New Jersey, and you might assume his high school has retired his number now that he has been terrorizing MLB pitchers for the past seven years. However, that is not the way the star outfielder wants it.
Court date pushed back for mom accused of killing toddler, then claiming he was abducted
A detention hearing for a Bridgeton mother accused of killing and dismembering her child has been postponed. The hearing to determine if Nakira M. Griner will remain jailed pending trial was originally scheduled for Thursday, but has been rescheduled for Tuesday morning, Cumberland County Prosecutor
All 24 New Jersey Payless ShoeSource stores to close
Payless ShoeSource is shuttering all of its 2,100 remaining stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico – including all 24 stores in New Jersey. The Topeka, Kansas-based chain said Friday it will hold liquidation sales starting Sunday and wind down its e-commerce operations. All stores will remain open until
Illinois and New Jersey just passed a $15 minimum wage. That means 1.8 million workers get a raise.
Years of strikes and rallies to raise the minimum wage across the US are starting to pay off. Earlier this month, New Jersey became the fourth state in the country to raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour. Illinois is poised to become the fifth one.