Chadron State Park is closing its campground from April 25-28 for its road improvement project.
During a special meeting Wednesday evening, the Chadron Public Schools Board of Education passed a motion by 4-2 vote to approve the Return to…
Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday announced that the stay-at-home order, aimed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, is now lifted.
New Jersey's Democrat-led Assembly on Thursday passed a measure authorizing $5 billion in borrowing sought by Gov. Phil Murphy.
NORTHFIELD — Property owners here will see a 7.63 cent increase per $100 of assessed property value on their local tax bill to support the pre-K to eighth grade school district for the upcoming year.
Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday announced that child care services, organized sports practices and youth day camps can resume in the coming weeks.
The number of positive cases of COVID-19 in New Jersey has increased by 1,261, bringing the total to 157,815, said Gov. Phil Murphy. There have been 66 additional deaths, bringing the state total to 11,401.
ABSECON — One year before his contract was set to expire, the city’s Board of Education unanimously approved a new, five-year contract for Superintendent Dan Dooley.
OCEAN CITY — Seniors from Ocean City High School got their chance to walk the red carpet Wednesday as the district held a “Dress to Impress” event in lieu of a prom, which was canceled due to COVID-19.
Cape May will allow swimming on its beaches beginning on Saturday at 10 a.m. Bathers must swim only when and where lifeguards are on duty. The Cape May Beach Patrol will be on a pre-season modified duty schedule for the time being.
Students in Somers Point and Upper Township will not receive a final grade for the third trimester at the end of this school year. Instead, teachers in the K-8 districts will provide feedback on how each student did during remote learning.
The number of positive cases of COVID-19 in New Jersey has increased by 1,304, bringing the total to 151,472, Murphy said. There have been 98 additional deaths, bringing the state total to 10,843.
Throughout New Jersey, educators, parents and school boards are wondering just what school will look like in September as the state remains under a public health emergency due to COVID-19.
ATLANTIC CITY — After 27 years in the district, Superintendent Barry Caldwell announced he plans to retire at the end of his contract next year during Tuesday’s school board meeting.
New Jersey Education Commissioner Lamont Repollet will become the new president of Kean University this summer, the college announced Monday.
The Wildwoods Boardwalk will reopen Friday for walking, running, biking and more, according to a post on the Facebook page of North Wildwood Mayor Patrick Rosenello.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — In a split vote, the township Board of Education on Tuesday approved a $152 million budget, raising the tax levy to the 2% state-imposed cap and implementing full-day kindergarten for next year.
Egg Harbor Township High School senior Timothy Medina hadn’t acted since middle school, but he was set to make his theatrical comeback as Grantaire in the spring musical production of “Les Miserables.” The excitement was cut short when school closed last month in response to the outbreak of COVID-19.
Several schools in Atlantic County have extended their closings indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, awaiting word from the governor on when they can reopen.
VENTNOR — The Ventnor Board of School Estimates will consider a $22.7 million budget next week, including about $400,000 in cuts, to make up for a $1 million tuition increase to send students to Atlantic City High School.