Monday May 13
New field in Camden County for children of different abilities
Rubber-surfaced field in Cherry Hill is almost ready and will offer "opportunities for the disabled and abled to play together," said a freeholder.
The Times of Trenton
Hamilton council hopeful Robynn Dumont accused of raiding the estate...
As Clarksboro resident Joy Lippincott aged and slipped into dementia in recent years, she increasingly depended on a small group of people to manage her affairs, including her two daughters, a lawyer and her accountant, Hamilton resident and future council candidate Robynn Dumont.
Man fatally struck by car in Washington Twp.
A Williamstown man was fatally struck by a car after he apparently stepped into traffic Wednesday night in Washington Township, police said.
Rowan sophomore sold 'molly,' marijuana, police say
GLASSBORO - Police on Wednesday arrested a Rowan University sophomore accused of selling "molly," often a purified form of the drug ecstasy, as well as marijuana.
West Deptford Crimelog: Drug Arrests
West Deptford police announced the following arrests occurred in the Township last week.
The Jersey Journal
Photos of the Day from the South Jersey Times, April 25, 2013
U.S. Army Spc. Charles Walker, of Sewell, center, and 1st Sgt. Michael Taylor, right, of the new Army Reserve unit in Blackwood, speak to Ralph Bargabos, of TMC Transportation, about available jobs during the "Hiring Our Heroes" job fair hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, Thursday, April 25, ... (more)
The Daily Journal
Mildred M. Malone, 86
Mrs. Malone was the widow of the late John Malone. Mrs. Malone was a secretary for many different businesses in South Jersey, but her passion was being a full-time mother and homemaker.
CCC Gallery Presenting 45th Annual Visual Arts Student Show
Works by 34 of Camden County College's most talented enrollees are being displayed in the Marlin Gallery now through May 10.