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When Typhoon Haiyan ravaged through the Philippines in November, more than 6,000 people died and millions more were displaced and left to rebuild.
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St. Augustine -- The Prep's lone loss of the year came to Non-Public A South rival Bishop Eustace, the top-ranked team in South Jersey.
Thirty years ago, retired business owner Richard Claus began collecting tin toy boats dating back to the turn of the 20th century.
The YMCA of Vineland will host a celebration of the opening of its building at 1159 E. Landis Ave., beginning at 10 a.m. April 26. The date will mark 50 years to the day that the organization has been located at this site.
VINELAND - A city man was charged on April 14 after attempting to steal a tape measure from Home Depot, shoving a store employee as he fled and ultimately being found in a Michaels craft store.
Vineland Mayor Ruben Bermudez, left, held a press conference on Thursday, April 17, 2014 to talk about a recent rash of shootings in the city.
He was lodged in Cumberland County Jail on $44,507.72 bail. * Marcia Thompson, 45, who was homeless, was arrested on a warrant Wednesday.
* Ivette Eusebio, 19, of Florence Avenue was issued a summons for failure to yield after a collision at 2:40 p.m. Sunday at Florence Avenue and Myrtle Street.
Hillsborough residents line up to tell town leaders their opinions on off-track wagering in their town.
The Zoning Board on Wednesday night approved a site plan for an assisted living facility's expansion and other plans for construction of a Family Dollar store and a Wendy's restaurant.
An array of antique items from a local collector will convey a transportation theme at an April 26 exhibit at the Museum at the Station.
A Cumberland County Jail corrections officer is among five people who have been arrested as a result of an investigation into contraband smuggling at the jail.
Third grade: Nicholas DiCicco, Gabe Endres and Parker Swift. Fourth grade: William Probasco, Delani Puleo and Eden Sulik.
Two Vineland residents were indicted Wednesday for their role in bomb threat scares in Hamilton Township, the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office announced.
The Inspira Health Network's Vineland School Based Youth Services Program at VHS sponsors a Youth to Youth club.