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Philly Pretzel Factory Now Open at New Mt. Ephraim Location

The Philly Pretzel Factory is officially open for business at its new spacious location at 301 S. Black Horse Pike in Mt. Ephraim.

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Bellmawr’s Buddy Robinson Traded to San Jose

Bellmawr’s Buddy Robinson has been traded to the San Jose Sharks and will be assigned to their AHL affiliate, the Barracuda, according to a Sharks’ news release issued yesterday. The trade was also announced on Twitter. In the trade, the club acquired right wingers Buddy Robinson, Zack Stortini, and a 2017 seventh-round draft selection from the Ottawa […]

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33 Motorists Charged With Alcohol/Drug Influenced Driving Offenses From Drive Sober Get Pulled Over Campaign

As a result of the statewide “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign that took place during the last three weeks of December, Gloucester County police officers on special patrols targeted impaired drivers. Thirty-three motorists were charged with alcohol or drug-influenced driving offenses. In all, the total number of motor vehicle violations issued amounted to […]

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Bellmawr Police Department Honored As Triton’s Hometown Heroes

The Bellmawr Police Department was recently honored as “Hometown Heroes” by Triton Regional High School. Chief Willam Walsh of the Bellmawr Police Department was joined by Triton students and Cpl. Arty Tessier, Ptl. Jared Walton, Ptl. Kevin Stinger, Capt. Scott Parker, Cpl. John Mader, Cpl. Ron Miller, and Ptl. Anthony Franklin. (Image credit: Melissa Sheppard). […]

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K9 Remi Retires From Westville PD After Many Years of Service

Today marks the last working day for a distinguished member of the Westville Police Department: Remi, the K9. Remi will be working the streets during his final shift with his handler, Patrolman Brian Ewe, just as he has for many years before easing into a “well earned retirement.” On its Facebook page, the Westville PD […]