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The opioid epidemic: This N.J. county faces a record number of deadly overdoses

Camden County saw at least 191 people die from a heroin or fentanyl overdose in 2015.

Victim in fatal 295 crash identified

A 32-year-old Paulsboro man died when his car left the roadway and crashed, police said

Song and service highlight SOMA's 16th annual MLK Jr. Day event (PHOTOS)

Columbia High School hosted the South Orange Maplewood Community Coalition Race 16th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Observance and Volunteer Fair

1 killed, 1 wounded in Newark shooting

The shooting occurred around 4 p.m.

Pastor extols righteousness at Jersey City service for MLK

About 120 people packed Jersey City First Wesleyan Church for the annual interfaith service honoring the slain civil rights leader.

N.J. native Crowley won't take Trump job after plagiarism charges

Monica Crowley was slated to become director of strategic communications for the National Security Council.

Jersey City bodega reopens after 2 workers charged with illegal gambling

A West Side Avenue bodega was reopened on Monday after two workers were charged with running an illegal gambling ring inside the business.

Atlantic City mayor rips Christie as an 'enemy of civil rights'

Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian's latest critique of Gov. Chris Christie came during a speech on Martin Luther King Day.

School opens new STEAM lab, room for families to do laundry

Camden Street School's new "cares room" allow families to do their laundry or sit with their children and read

Why Rutgers just eliminated College Avenue parking spaces

The 50 coveted parking spaces have been closed in the latest upgrade to Rutgers' main campus.