Police Heroics, Looming Reassessment Top Local News
Also this week, the former sewerage authority superintendent charged in a corruption case dies, Cinnaminson's Turtle Lady moves downstream and more.
The township wants to commence reassessment this spring, but had yet to hear from prospective firms just a week away from the request for proposal (RFP) deadline.
Paul Phillips, the former superintendent of the Cinnaminson Sewerage Authority, died Feb. 15.
The quiet heroics of a Cinnaminson police officer likely prevented a tragedy.
A man wanted for allegedly beating a gas station attendant to death, then robbing a Delran gas station days later, was captured in Camden Friday morning following a 12-day manhunt.
Sentencing for a Cinnaminson man who sexually assaulted a 14-year-old boy in Wood Park two years ago has been postponed until this coming week.
Cindy Pierson wants folks to know that she’s still in the area, and ever concerned about the Pompeston Creek—she’s just traveled downstream a bit, where her stalwart vigilance of the waterway will continue.
A Burlington woman was arrested for driving while intoxicated after police said she swerved into the median on Route 130 Thursday afternoon.
A woman accused of robbing four South Jersey banks, including one in Cinnaminson, was held on $100,000 bail Tuesday.
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Gov. Chris Christie is the best person to lead New Jersey over the next four years, according to voters polled in a survey released this week by Quinnipiac University.
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