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A restaurant formerly affiliated with a Second Street hotel property soon will be converted into a daytime stomping ground for local seniors.
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* Horace E. Stubbs, 41, of Pine Street, was arrested Tuesday on 3 warrants for nonpayment of child support out of Cumberland County Superior Court and possession of under 50 grams of marijuana.
A fierce fight erupted along a residential street in West Cape May a week ago. Two bald eagles were locked in a territorial tussle, their sharp talons exchanging blows as each tried to protect its white-crested head.
MILLVILLE - A proposed budget by Millville Public Schools will raise the tax levy by two percent, however there still may need to be reductions in the budget to cover a $1.9 million shortfall .
Like today, it's going to be 60 on Wednesday, but it's going down to 21 degrees overnight with a 70 percent chance of rain in the evening and 25 mph winds after midnight.
CONGRATULATIONS, KELLIE SANTORO, who was recently crowned Miss Cumberland County 2014.
United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey announces the addition of three new members to its local operating board in Cumberland County - Joel Cruz, John "Jack" Martine and Tom Merighi, Jr. Cruz is the associate resident director of Merrill Lynch's Vineland branch.
Cumberland County Master Gardeners training/accreditation courses continue weekly until the end of April.
People wait in line at a motor vehicle office in Newark. Democrats in the state Assembly and Senate have introduced a bill that would allow unauthorized immigrants to legally drive in New Jersey.
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The February meeting of Soroptimist International of Cumberland County included the induction of new members and recognition of area high school students.
Police were investigating a home Monday on South 4thStreet where a badly decomposed pit bull was found.
If the forecast stays promising and the thermometer actually tops the 60-degree mark one day this week, we'll really be livin' large! Personally, I can't wait for that first morning that you can walk outside and have it smell and feel like spring is in the air.
The column that says let's give the computers in the shuttered learning room at Maple Gardens to Deerfield School, if we're not going to help poor children, although we saw raises were handed out this year.