Sex Offender Sentenced, Fundraiser for Sick Boy Top News
Also, the township approved a contract to begin reassessment this spring and four Cinnaminson youths were picked up for alleged marijuana possession.
He'll serve time in state prison, as well as have to register as a sex offender, for assaulting a teenage boy in Wood Park more than two years ago.
The township has lost more than $1.5 million from tax appeals the last three years. It's spending $194,000 to stop the bleeding.
Riley O'Brien isn't from Cinnaminson. But on April 20, Cinnaminson will make him one of their own.
Four young men—all between the ages of 18 and 20—were allegedly caught red-handed by Mount Laurel Police after a traffic stop.
Violence, vandalism and bullying are all down, according to state reports. The superintendent explains why.
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