On March 22, 2017, the Gloucester County Police Academy held a graduation ceremony for its 29th graduating class of Special Class II Officers. Fifteen men and women from area police departments took part.
Officers from the Gloucester City Police responded to a report made in early morning hours of March 24 for two females fighting in the dressing room of Cheerleaders on Route 130. Officers determined a female had assaulted another female for using lotion without permission because her knees were ashy
The rectory at St. Joachim (Annunciation) has been demolished to make way for a new parking area along with new entrances and exits on the property. This is due to the ongoing I-295/I-76/Route 42 Direct Connection interchange project.
The Borough of Bellmawr has uploaded the proposed Resolutions that Council will vote on during the March 23, 2017 monthly meeting.
The Bellmawr School Board has approved the tentative 2017-18 budget. The average home assessed at $168,832 will see an increase of approximately $30.
The Mt. Ephraim Police Department is investigating a shooting incident that occurred on March 18. Police believe this was an isolated incident and not a random act. Anyone with information related to the shooting is asked to contact Mt. Ephraim Police.
An Atlantic County Grand Jury has returned an indictment against James Ward of Bellmawr for the sexual assault of a child.
Following a month long investigation, a Westville man has been arrested and charged with narcotics possession and intent to distribute.
The Mt. Ephraim School District has announced its students of the month from Mary Bray and R.W. Kershaw Schools for February, 2017.
The Bellmawr Water Dept. has issued its 2016 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report in compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act amendments.