Attempted Luring in Palmyra, Redevelopment Decision Top Local News

Also, find out what the Democratic candidate for Cinnaminson Township Committee stands for and what youth program the police department is offering again this summer.

Pamyra Police say the individual was driving a dark blue Nissan SUV.

Business Owners Upset with Redevelopment Recommendation

One business owner says he feels 'insecure' as a result of the planning board's decision, despite assurances that the redevelopment designation could be a positive for existing businesses.

Matthew Paterno, the Democratic candidate for Cinnaminson Township Committee, vows to do more than just smile for the cameras if elected.

Delran Man Wanted in Burlington County on Warrant

Jacob Adirato failed to appear in state Superior Court in Mount Holly on forgery charges, authorities said.

Kids Learn to be Cops Again This Summer

Cinnaminson Police Department will run its second middle school police academy this summer

Opening Day Approaching for Local Farmers Markets

Skip the Saturday circus at the grocery store—check out these area farmers markets for fresh, local produce.

DNA Links Prison Guard to Another Sex Assault: Authorities

Juan Stevens, of Burlington City, was already charged with posing as a cop to coerce prostitutes into having sex with him for free, according to authorities.

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