19 min ago
Man hit by car, seriously injured in Maple Shade
The 19-year-old was heading to meet with a relative after leaving a study group when he was hit at about 9 p.m. The victim, Zachary Snyder, of Pennsauken, suffered serious injuries and was sent to Cooper University Hospital in Camden, where he is in critical condition, police said.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
the List: Little-known history of South Jersey
South Jersey might be on the map for its diners, farmers markets and malls, but the area made plenty of history before those 20th-century developments.
South Jersey karate kids win honors
Two local black-belt karate students won high honors recently at the Team USA 2013 North American Federation of Martial Arts World Championships in Trinidad.
C. Brooks Oakford; owned candy store
Aunt Charlotte's Candies in Merchantville was so busy around the holidays that the "Candy Man" sometimes spent $300 a day entertaining his customers.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
The Jersey Journal
West Deptford tattoo studio aids Marine Corps' Toys for Tots
WEST DEPTFORD TWP. - A township tattoo and piercing shop is, for the third year in a row, collecting toys for the Marine Corps League's Toys for Tots Christmas campaign .
Sun Dec 01, 2013
PORTFOLIO: Lisa Morina, Tina Bontya and more
"Tina has been a very active member of TREC since joining Pitman Manor in 2004 and is currently serving on the board as recording secretary.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Pennsauken man killed in attempted Lindenwold robbery, police say
Ever Santos, 25, of Pennsauken, was shot multiple times in an apartment at the Coachman Manor Apartments on Gibbsboro Road shortly after 4 a.m. Saturday, according to authorities.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Grab some brews during the big game at these choice places
I think it's about time I informed you of a few choice places to not only catch the games, but also enjoy some game-time specials to boot.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Just in Time for Thanksgiving, Sen. Cory Booker Helps Save the Day, Again
Ever wonder what Sen. Cory Booker is doing when he's not pulling a neighbor out of a burning building or digging a snowed-in resident out in a blizzard? The newly sworn-in junior U.S. senator from the Garden State was on hand 9:15 a.m. Wednesday morning at the Food Bank of South Jersey in Pennsauken to briefly stuff bags of food for needy children ... (more)
Talk Back: Some don't mind working on holiday
If a person doesn't want to work, they don't have to work. Yes, they may lose their job, but that is their choice.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Talk Back: Subject politicians to drug testing
Fred from Cherry Hill: Warnings that Obamacare would be an expensive headache have been ignored by President Obama.
One woman's personal annual food drive
Kathy Denz is showing bagful of collected foods in her trunk of a car parked her mother's home in Magnolia, NJ on November 23, 2013.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Police Arrest Pennsauken Man for $15K Theft from Collingswood Drilling Site
A Pennsauken man who allegedly made off with some $15,000 in tools from the test well drilling site at North Park Drive was arrested by Collingswood police.
The Jersey Journal
Pennsauken man suffers burns in house fire
The 4 p.m. fire started in a house in the 3700 block of Drexel Avenue authorities said.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Talk Back: Route 70 resurfacing is long overdue
I think the governor of New Jersey and the mayor of Cherry Hill should get off their backsides and get something immediately.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
The Times Leader
Dr. Carl and Catherine Furner, Sugarloaf, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Megan Elizabeth, to Anthony D'Amato, son of Henry and Mary Ann D'Amato, Pittston Township.
Tortilla Press Cantina Reaps 'Late Harvest' this Weekend
As a special thank-you to the growers who keep his menu fresh in any season, Chef Mark Smith held a late-fall harvest dinner at his Pennsauken location, Tortilla Press Cantina , on Tuesday, where the bounty of autumn was on full display.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Caught on Cam: Stolen Cargo Trailers Turned to Scrap
Detectives are searching for a cargo trailer bandit who's struck more than half a dozen times in South Jersey.
Immigrants go on 'pilgrimage' for in-state tuition, citizenship
Undocumented immigrants, clergy and their supporters rallied in Trenton today for a bill to allow undocumented immigrants who grew up in New Jersey to pay in-state tuition at public colleges and universities.