These stories topped the news this week on our South Jersey Patch sites—Cherry Hill, Cinnaminson, Collingswood, Gloucester Township, Haddonfield-Haddon Township, Moorestown and West Deptford.
A Gloucester Township man was jailed on multiple charges after he allegedly stabbed four people, including a security guard, in a melee inside Top Dog in Cherry Hill.
Teen Plows Through Moorestown Memorial Field Wall
A 17-year-old driving with a provisional license smashed into the wall at Memorial Field along South Church Street in Moorestown, according to police.
Commissioner Ed Borden said he opposes a merger, but encourages cost savings with other shared services.
Runyan Among Most Generous with Staff Bonuses
Rep. Jon Runyan (R-3) increased his staff's payroll by more than 60 percent in the fourth quarter of 2012—but that pales in comparison to some of his colleagues.
Everyone on Cinnaminson Township Committee agrees—the bus stops along Route 130 are unsafe. However, the question of what should be done about it is a subject of some debate.
Facing the possibility of a developer swooping in and turning the 155-acre Woodcrest Country Club into a hospital or school or otherwise wiping out what’s one of the largest parcels of open space in the township, Cherry Hill officials outlined a plan to lodge a bid of their own in the club’s bankruptcy sale next month.
Police Ask for Help Identifying a 'Possible Witness'
Details are vague, but Haddonfield Police released a picture this week of a man they say may be a "possible witness" in an investigation.
Ramy Ahmed, of Allentown, PA, allegedly tried to arrange an encounter via Craigslist.
The one-day public tour of 18 artists' home studios and workshops in Collingswood, Haddonfield, Haddon Township and Oaklyn will be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday.
Sweeney: Rice Should Have Been Fired When Videos Surfaced
New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney said the national attention being paid to Rutgers University over the behavior of basketball coach Mike Rice has given the school a black eye.
Two Williamstown residents—Andrew McCloskey and Jade Williams—are charged in connection with allegedly leaving a drug overdose victim's body in her car in Berlin Township.
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