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1 hr ago | The Jersey Journal
Rodney Mooney, 54, of North Laurel Street, in Bridgeton, was arrested on a warrant out of New Jersey Superior Court and was lodged in the Cumberland County Jail in lieu of $2,880 in due child support.
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6 hrs ago | The Daily Journal
Four times a year, Millville couple Ken and Joanne Haines attend a local luncheon to keep themselves aware of senior-related happenings in the county.
8 hrs ago | Paddock Talk
Kawasaki Motors Corp., USA and New Jersey Motorsports Park have announced a new partnership that will see the manufacturer become the title sponsor for AMA Pro Road Racing's visit to New Jersey Motorsports Park this fall.
12 hrs ago | The Daily Journal
Admission is free and open to the public. The event will include workshops, souvenirs, fun activities for children and refreshments.
Members of the The Zonta Club of Cumberland County recently made sure it was a happy Easter for some youngsters, as they prepared and donated 170 Easter baskets for distribution to children in programs of the Shirley Eves Developmental and Therapeutic Center located in Millville.
Author Aaron S. Hawkins' new self-help book, "Jesus Recycles He Made Me Over," is a transparent look into the life of a man who struggled with self-esteem and self-worth issues since early childhood.
Store security told police that Barr walked directly to the men's department and placed five packs of Hanes crew T-shirts, valued at $94.95, inside his jacket.
It's still relatively early, but the 2009 collection of draftees could go down as the greatest ever.
After a day of stressful travel on Pennsylvania and New Jersey highways, I am trying to relax.
A battle was waged Saturday morning on the banks of the Maurice River. Although outnumbered by hundreds, a unit of 20 volunteers wearing gloves and boots, armed with trash bags and claw grabbers and a love for the environment, descended on Waltman Park from all angles.
We would have never met her if her dog hadn't run away and made it all the way to Newport from Millville.
When confronted, Rodriguez threw the item across the floor and shoved a security guard when he was told police were on their way.
So, I decided to take a look for myself. I stopped by the city impound lot and garage facility on Columbia Avenue and what I saw appalled me.
BRIDGETON - A Millville man implicated himself for multiple Bridgeton area thefts, according to authorities, while being questioned by state police about a Stow Creek Township burglary.