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Bridgeton, New Jersey is located in Cumberland County. Zip codes in Bridgeton, NJ include 08302. The median home price in Bridgeton is $87,400 which is roughly $61/per square foot. More Bridgeton information.

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Local news for Bridgeton, NJ continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

10 hrs ago | The Gloucester County Times

Game Truck makes stop at Broad Street School in Bridgeton

In June, the students of Broad Street School in Bridgeton who had perfect attendance during the NJASK testing were rewarded with the opportunity to play in the Game Truck donated for the second year from gametruckparty.com , located in Atlantic County.

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15 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Larry Morris honored; Noise level ordinance; BEN Column, July 22, first update

The column that says get over to the Bridgeton Library, 150 E. Commerce St., and get a look at the Hometown Teams exhibit fashioned by the Smithsonian, then talk to Director Courtenay Reece about how you can help get the 20 computers she has her eyes on.

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19 hrs ago | Philly.com

A trip to where 'found art' is found

Cornfields unfurl into the green horizon as our bus hurtles south into Cumberland County, past roadside chapels, pick-your-own farms, and hamlets with names like Shiloh.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Bridgeton woman indicted for traffic death of 8-year-old girl

BRIDGETON - A city woman being held in the Cumberland County Jail for the death of an 8-year-old girl was indicted on manslaughter and child endangerment charges by a Cumberland County Grand Jury.

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NJ.com

Applebee's washes cars; Bowen acting chief; D-Day in Salem; BEN Column, July 21, first update

Pennsville Applebee's, No. 1 on the East Coast seven years in a row, raised $306 for Alex's Lemonade Stand with a car wash on Saturday.

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Stealing scrap metal, shoplifting liquor; Bridgeton blotter

Jack Williams, 33, of North Laurel Street was arrested Thursday for allegedly stealing scrap metal from an abandoned house on Madison Street.

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The Jersey Journal

Brothers arrested for stealing scrap metal; Bridgeton blotter

Brothers Patrick Spann, 33, and Charles Spann, 38, both of State Street, were arrested early Thursday morning after an alert citizen noticed the men allegedly stealing scrap metal from Courier Systems Inc. on Bank Street and contacted police.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

New Jersey State Police

Troopers Arrest Man For Attempting To Incite Riot

On May 31, 2014, Bridgeton troopers arrested a man for disorderly conduct when he attempted to incite a crowd of approximately 400 people to riot.

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The Gloucester County Times

Millville meeting; Broad Street Church; Goldie golden; BEN Column, July 19, update 3

The column that says Millville is having a community meeting at 6 p.n. at St. John's Bosco Church.

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The Gloucester County Times

Mike Trout's success; Broad Street Church; 4-star motel; BEN Column, July 19, update 2

The column that says Bridgeton may make the Guinness Book of Records for most people using a splash park in one season, and should we add more sprinklers to attract more tourists? No rain through at least Thursday, so you've hit the lottery if you picked next week for the shore.

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The Jersey Journal

WCLL 9/10s; Road trip!; Downtown workshop; BEN Column

The column that says Philly radio host Dom Giordano is going to be disappointed if he thinks Bridgeton might take some of the immigrant children pouring across the border.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

The Gloucester County Times

Willow Grove dam; Art Cox on wheels, history museum; BEN Column, July 18, first update

The column that says by now everything is in place for the Bridgeton Library fundraisers for this fiscal year, but we are looking for 10 people to donate $800 each for super computers, with your name on the front, picked out by Librarian Courtenay Reece that will put the library over the top.

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

NJ.com

Cumberland County College Adult Basic Education program celebrates graduates

Graduates of the Cumberland County College Adult Basic Education program were recognized recently during a ceremony to mark their achievements.

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The Mountaineer Publishing Company

GayNell Cole

She was the daughter of the late Arthur Wall and the late Betty Henderson Wall and was also preceded in death by a sister, Becky Brooks.

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The Jersey Journal

Youth to Youth; Flag raising; Goldie's effort; BEN Column, July 17, first update

The staff and members of the 2014 Bridgeton Municipal Alliance-Youth to Youth "Incredible Me2" Summer Adventures Club and Peer Leadership Success Academy would like you to join us for a day of "edutainment" and relationship building on Thursday, July 31, at West Avenue School, 51 N. West Ave., Bridgeton.

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Wed Jul 16, 2014

The Jersey Journal

SNJ Today featured; Levoy gets $10K grant; BEN Column, July 16, update 4

The column that asks, if Mayor Albert Kelly of Bridgeton has regular meetings and sub-meetings and committee meetings and meetings with the public and city council, when does he come up for air, and shouldn't he have a personal aide taking notes the whole way so when he said, "I'll take care of it,'' or "I'll talk to them,'' "I'll take care of ... (more)

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The Jersey Journal

SJ Bandits winning; Dean's determined; Bridgeton Library; BEN Column, July 16, update 3

The column that says the city of Bridgeton is as hot as the weather right now on a lot of good fronts, and that is what it's all about.

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The Jersey Journal

Bridgeton Police Blotter: 2 nabbed for breaking into soda machine

Marlene Johnson, 44, of Bridgeton, was charged Monday on a failure to appear warrant out of Upper Deerfield Municipal Court.

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The Reminder

Kudos...Symone Sweazie

Kudosa Sweazie of Bridgeton who was recently selected as the Cumberland County Women's Hall of Fame's first scholarship recipient.

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Tue Jul 15, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Bethany seizes the moment; Sign for Mama Mia's; Dunkin'...

The column that says Salem McDonald's could only take cash during the storm and Willie on 92.1 FM couldn't take calls, his producer said.

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