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Investigation Underway in Fatal Shooting of 41-Year-Old Camden Man

The victim was identified as Leonttayy Pratt, 41, of Camden. Pratt was transported to Cooper University Hospital and he was pronounced deceased at 7:17 p.m.

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Paulsboro Road/CR 653 To Be Closed For Railroad Crossing Repairs on Monday in Woolwich, Gloucester County

Detours are necessary during construction.

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Glassboro Police Need Your Help Identifying This Individual

Anyone with information can contact Ptl. Henry at rhenry@glassboropd.org or text GLASSPD to 847411.

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Get In The Holiday Spirit On South Street  

The South Street Headhouse district will host Holiday Markets, a Tree Lighting, Menorah Lighting, Kwanza Display, and more!

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Lights on Hiawatha – A Young Man’s Christmas Wonderland

Lights on Hiawatha is open November 26 through Christmas. Address is 36 Hiawatha Road in Hi-Nella.

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Camden City Woman Charged With Murder Following Fatal Stabbing on Thanksgiving

The Camden County Police Department received a 911 call advising that someone was stabbed on the 1300 block of Princess Ave.

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Guest Post: Emerging Strategies to Help Employers Build More Innovative Health Benefit Packages

A competitive labor market, high inflation, and the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have many employers focusing on offering more innovative benefit packages.

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Glou. Twp. Police Crime Stoppers: Do You Recognize This Individual in Scrubs Attempting to Pass $100 Bills at the Outlets

If you can identify the suspect in the photos call the Gloucester Township Police Department at 856-228-4500, or call the GTPD Anonymous Crime Tip Line: 856-842-5560.

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Rabid Raccoon Confirmed in Gloucester City

On Nov. 17, a raccoon was killed by two family dogs in a residential backyard. The Animal Control Officer (ACO) for Gloucester City picked up the raccoon and arranged for rabies testing.

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Frank Monte, of New Jersey, Sentenced to 57 Months Prison Term For Threatening Federal Law Enforcement Officers

On July 21, 2019, Monte repeatedly called the emergency line of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Police at the VA Lyons hospital campus. During one of those calls, Monte threatened to “shoot up” a VA Police officer.