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Past articles by John:

House, Senate races in New Jersey find both parties on defensive

Long overlooked on the national stage because of its reliably Democratic majority in the northern part of the state and its smaller, yet loyal, Republican majority in in the south, → Read More

85-year-old killed in Woodbine plane crash was from Marmora

WOODBINE — An 85-year-old man with nearly 30 years of pilot experience died in a plane crash Tuesday afternoon at the Woodbine Airport, State Police said. → Read More

Millville teen fatally shot in Vineland was facing court in death-by-auto case

VINELAND — The state Attorney General’s Office on Friday released the name of the Millville teen who was fatally shot by police. → Read More

A.G. releases name of Millville teen fatally shot by detectives

VINELAND — The state Attorney General’s Office is investigating a fatal police-involved shooting Thursday afternoon on South Delsea Drive. → Read More

NJ attorney general investigating fatal police shooting in Vineland

VINELAND — The state Attorney General’s Office is investigating a fatal police-involved shooting Thursday afternoon on South Delsea Drive. → Read More

Shooting closes Delsea Drive in Vineland during rush hour

VINELAND — A portion of South Delsea Drive was closed Thursday during rush hour because of a shooting, according to the Vineland Daily Journal. → Read More

Judge tosses Wildwood commissioner's lawsuit against mayor

WILDWOOD — A judge dismissed a lawsuit Commissioner Pete Byron filed against Mayor Ernie Troiano and fellow Commissioner Tony Leonetti, saying Byron failed to show the two retaliated against him → Read More

Judge tosses Wildwood commissioner's lawsuit against mayor

WILDWOOD – A state superior court judge dismissed a lawsuit commissioner Pete Byron filed against city mayor Ernie Troiano and fellow commissioner Tony Leonetti, saying Byron failed to show the → Read More

Cape social services, VA clinic could be moving into Rio Grande Kmart

MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — The site of the former Kmart will soon be renovated and could host the county’s social services and a new Veterans Affairs clinic. → Read More

Company owned by Atlantic freeholder Frank Formica sued over injuries at bakery

A company owned by Atlantic County Freeholder Director Frank Formica and managed by Freeholder James Bertino is being sued by two former employees who suffered serious injuries on the job → Read More

Van Drew, Grossman's differences speak loudly at Stockton debate

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — The debate between Jeff Van Drew and Seth Grossman at Stockton University offered two very different road maps to federal representation for South Jersey residents in the → Read More

Atlantic prosecutor accused of mortgage fraud, hiding evidence in Kauffman case

Two former and one current employee of the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office have accused prosecutor Damon G. Tyner of committing mortgage fraud, hiding evidence in the investigation of radio show → Read More

Brown: Fix Atlantic City tax assessor's office, avoid countywide assessments

ATLANTIC CITY – An economic committee convened by State Sen. Chris Brown concluded there is no need for Atlantic County to enter into a countywide tax assessment program if the → Read More

Grossman says staunch conservatism will bring GOP home in South Jersey

South Jersey congressional candidate Seth Grossman believes if he can “survive” this campaign, it will be one of the greatest victories for free speech South Jersey has ever seen. → Read More

Sen. Brown recommends Pamela Fields for Casino Control Commission

ATLANTIC CITY — State Sen. Chris Brown has recommended city employee Pamela Fields for a seat on the Casino Control Commission. → Read More

Gov. Murphy signs growth zone bill for Atlantic City airport

For Atlantic County, the third time is the charm. → Read More

4 months after launch, Cape recruiting towns to join central dispatch

In June, Cape May County launched its new centralized dispatch center at the Lower Township Public Safety Building. → Read More

Hugin says extending Route 55 into Cape will be priority if elected

WOODBINE — U.S. Senate candidate Bob Hugin said Tuesday that if elected, he will make extending Route 55 to the shore a priority. → Read More

Hundreds line up to ride Wildwood's Flitzer for the last time

NORTH WILDWOOD — Philadelphia native Robert Stiles was one of hundreds of people in line Sunday at Surfside Pier to get one last ride on the iconic Flitzer roller coaster → Read More

Jury finds retired Cape prosecutor wrongfully arrested, prosecuted former Wildwood mayor

Retired Cape May County Prosecutor Robert Taylor wrongfully arrested and prosecuted former Wildwood Mayor Gary DeMarzo and former city solicitor Samuel Lashman, an Atlantic County jury ruled late last week. → Read More