Burlington County bookkeeper, Cortney Brucee, 32 has been indicted on multiple charges for stealing $109,000 from her employer.
Bellmawr Public Works employees are working on a lighting project at Sauter Park. The existing light poles are being removed and will be replaced by 19 news ones.
Atlantic City Electric is sending crews, equipment and expertise, adding even more resources to help restore power in Puerto Rico as part of ongoing response efforts in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
Cooper University Health Care and Inspira Health Network announced that they have formed a joint venture to completely integrate cardiac services called Cardiac Partners.
Cooper University Health Care in Camden and Deborah Heart and Lung Center in Browns Mills were honored by the New Jersey Hospital Association with a 2018 Community Outreach Award for developing HeroCare Connect.
At their January 11, 2018 monthly meeting, the Mt. Ephraim Commissioners approved the annual appointments and the Municipal Court Personnel for 2018.
Royal Farms’ second South Jersey location opens in Bellmawr at midnight on Jan. 22. The store is located at the corner of the Black Horse Pike and Browning Rd. and used to be the site of a closed Walgreens.
Camden County Sheriff Gilbert “Whip” Wilson was recently sworn in as Treasurer of the Sheriffs’ Association of New Jersey. Wilson said he is honored and feels privileged to have been considered for the office.
Cooper University Health Care, which operates four urgent care centers in the South Jersey region, has received the highest level of distinction from the Urgent Care Association of America.
The Cooper Foundation has received a $982,000 grant from the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation to support the work of Cooper University Health Care’s Urban Health Institute