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3 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Rabbi Dr. Murray Kohn dances to live music during the Hanukkah celebration Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013.
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7 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
First Place winner of the Holiday Card Contest, Oscar Cruz, 21, of Vineland shows his winning design.
10 hrs ago | The Daily Journal
* Branden Goldsborough, 24, of Cedar Street was arrested on three warrants Wednesday and held in Cumberland County Jail on $19,452.
19 hrs ago | The Daily Journal
A Main Street-based law firm will take over as the new municipal solicitor next year.
The hospital's emergency department and cardiac catheterization laboratory physicians and staff have begun using the lifesaving emergency procedure for heart attack patients.
The City Council has approved Robert Aussenberg for another term as director of the Department of Licenses and Inspections.
VINELAND - The winners have been announced for the float and fire truck contests at the Vineland Main Street Holiday Parade.
Cost: $59, including a ticket for "Fat Pack Christmas Show"; buffet; and $10 slot credit.
VINELAND, N.J. -- The time for picnics and poolside lounging has ended all too soon.
4243, and say it's for book club. The second floor of the library is temporarily accessible only by stairs.
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A former Vineland resident pleaded guilty on Monday to stabbing his mother in a non-fatal 2011 incident that the defense has claimed arose because of an abusive home life.
The holidays have arrived, and this is one of the most important times of the year for the CCSPCA's shelter animals.
* To those who organized, volunteered and gave to the Vineland-based Project Thanksgiving, where 850 frozen turkeys plus 10 shopping carts of canned goods were collected.
Owners Stephanie Verderose and Jane Jannarone presented Habitat for Humanity director Robert Scarpa with a check that will be used for construction of a house on Plum Street in Vineland that is the future home of a single mother and her family.