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Police & Fire
During October, the members will wear pink hoods on their uniforms. They are also selling T-shirts at Cinnaminson Day to raise awareness.
A Philadelphia man has been charged with trademark counterfeiting.
Amanda Thompson allegedly stole an Xbox from a Palmyra home.
New Jersey State Police say 20-year-old Craig L. Wyatt Jr. used social media to make death threats against random victims.
Workers at the Cinnaminson Center smelled and saw smoke. Fire officials are still investigating where the smoke originated.
Friends and family fundraised thousands for Lori Stilley, brought her meals and even paid for a wedding under the notion she was dying of bladder cancer.
Gloucester Township Patch's parent company wants to force Washington Township Police to turn over the footage of the assemblyman's July 31 arrest.
A $5 ATM fee is steep, but was it worth this response? Also this week in OMGs from NJ PD, a knife-wielding stalker makes it easy for police to find him.
These preparation exercises took place in town and in Medford.
The department responded to more than 200 calls in just two months.
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