Coronavirus has N.J. officials swamped: ‘The closest thing this compares to is superstorm Sandy’

New Jersey, like other states, has been overwhelmed by the coronavirus, which is now a declared worldwide pandemic. Gov. Phil Murphy has instituted a state of emergency.

Carl Icahn to Atlantic City: Chill, I’m already tearing down Trump Plaza

Once the centerpiece of Donald Trump’s seaside casino empire, the empty Trump Plaza building is now crumbling before the city’s eyes.

Carl Icahn to Atlantic City: Chill, I’m already tearing down Trump Plaza

Once the centerpiece of Donald Trump’s seaside casino empire, the empty Trump Plaza building is now crumbling before the city’s eyes.

Haddonfield schools chief stepping down at end of school year

Board President Adam Sangillo said Superintendent Lawrence Mussoline “grabbed the reins of a district in need of major rebuilding and clear leadership.” He said Mussoline had “righted the ship" and credited him with leading long-range strategic planning and promoting diversity.

Haddonfield schools chief stepping down at end of school year

Board President Adam Sangillo said Superintendent Lawrence Mussoline “grabbed the reins of a district in need of major rebuilding and clear leadership.” He said Mussoline had “righted the ship" and credited him with leading long-range strategic planning and promoting diversity.

Drexel will conduct all final exams remotely because of coronavirus

Other schools likely will be watching Drexel's execution of all final exams remotely next week because many wil be faced with doing the same later this semester.

Drexel will conduct all final exams remotely because of coronavirus

Other schools likely will be watching Drexel's execution of all final exams remotely next week because many wil be faced with doing the same later this semester.
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Coronavirus concerns close Montgomery County schools, 63 Philly schools

With major sports events canceled, the Wells Fargo Center closed, and Pennsylvania officials recommending all “non-essential retail” to shutter in Montgomery County, disruptions to daily life are mounting.

A South Jersey man was arrested on murder charges in the death of a man reported missing 4 years ago

Michael Zappley also is charged with desecration of remains and tampering with evidence in the death of Miguel Martinez III, whose remains were found last month.

NewsGuild, Inquirer agree to tentative labor pact with first across-the-board raise in years

The across-the-board pay raises in 2021 at The Inquirer would be the first since August 2009 for newsroom reporters, photographers, digital producers, audience engagement and other editorial staffers, in addition to finance, advertising and circulation employees.

Atlantic City to Carl Icahn: Tear down crumbling Trump Plaza before it kills somebody

The former casino, now owned by billionaire Carl Icahn, is an immediate danger to the safety of people on the Boardwalk, city officials said. They are suing to force Icahn to tear it down.

Lucy the Elephant’s Airbnb listing booked in seconds. Meet the lucky guests.

One is obsessed with all things elephant, including Lucy. One has never been to the Jersey Shore. Another will relive her childhood.

2020 Census has arrived. Here’s what you need to know.

Starting Thursday, residents nationwide will receive invitations to answer the census. Roughly 143 million households will get the mailing between March 12 and March 20.

Pa., N.J. coronavirus cases spread as campuses shut down and officials urge limited contact

The number of presumed and confirmed coronavirus cases in Pennsylvania and New Jersey reached 39, and Delaware reported its first. But state and county investigators in New Jersey and Pennsylvania said they had so far been unable to trace the origins of three cases.

How area schools are planning to instruct thousands of students in the event of long-term coronavirus closures

School districts across the region are creating online lesson plans and sending students home with packets of assignments as they brace for the prospect of the spreading coronavirus forcing extended school closures.

Judge: No fraud in Atlantic City special election petitions

Atlantic County Judge Julio Mendez refused a request to cancel the March 31 special election.

Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office discriminated against lesbian detective, lawsuit says

Detective Breia Renner contends that former Prosecutor Charles A. Fiore — who abruptly resigned Thursday — and another supervisor made offensive comments toward her, and that the office “has long tolerated a work environment that is hostile to women and racial minorities.”

Gloucester Twp. cop convicted of 2 counts of official misconduct; jury deadlocks on endangering charge

Officer John Flinn was seen on police body-cam video slapping and pushing a 13-year-old girl's head while trying to handcuff her in 2018.

Woman charged in Camden County stabbing death

Yushika Taplin called police to report she had killed someone in a Lindenwold apartment, officials said.

Jefferson Health plans to open an LGBTQ clinic in South Jersey

It will be the first such clinic in southern New Jersey and will spare area residents a trip into Center City or to North Jersey, where long waits for new-patient appointments are standard, officials said.

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