Sustained Flooding Woes, Alleged Bank Fraud Top Local News
Also this week, teens strut their stuff for the Mr. Cinnaminson title, a Riverton cop takes to the road for fallen comrades and more.
“The bottom line is it (the Shoppes) have been designed properly according to state guidelines,” the township engineer said. “The rate of flow has decreased.”
A New York man with a Florida ID attempted to withdraw $9,000 from an account at a Cinnaminson bank that wasn't his, police said.
Some of the pageant highlights included a synchronized swimming routine, a poetic performance and an original song and guitar presentation. By the looks of the judges’ faces, this competition was fierce.
A Riverton police officer hopes to raise enough money to participate in this year’s Police Unity Tour, a 200-mile bike race that raises awareness and money for fallen police officers and their families.
The Cinnaminson Pirates wrestling team won the Patriot Division Conference on Jan. 30. Their 36-23 win came over New Egypt.
Three students worked hard for the past four months to complete a written manual on Cinnaminson High School’s award-winning student store.
Danny Norman was named to a three-year term after interviews late last year with Frank Locantore, administrator, former Committeeman John Rooney and Public Safety Director Michael King.
CLAX is open to all children from Cinnaminson who have a desire to learn the game and play. It is also open to children from surrounding towns that may not have a club.
Calling the six-days-per-week mail delivery business model “no longer sustainable,” the U.S. Postal Service Wednesday morning announced it will eliminate Saturday delivery of mail by Aug. 1.
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