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Old Salem Pike to Close for Brooklawn Circle Improvement Project

Old Salem Pike in Brooklawn, N.J. will be closed beginning 7:00 a.m. on December 19 from Route 130 to Creek Road, as the Brooklawn Circle Improvement Project advances. Freeholder Susan Shin Angulo has been informed by the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) that the work will continue for several months. Detour Information The following […]

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Santa Claus Pays Early Christmas Visit to Larc School

  Today, the students at the Larc School in Bellmawr were treated to an early Christmas surprise: a special visitor from the North Pole – Santa Claus. Santa Claus came to the school courtesy of the Bellmawr Fire Department and he was escorted by Bellmawr EMS and the Camden County Department of Corrections. The students […]

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Glou County Prosecutor Reviewing Fatal Motor Vehicle Accident

  *Article updated on December 15, 2016 at 10:30 p.m. The Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office reported that a sole, fatal motor vehicle accident occurred shortly after midnight on December 15 on Route 41/Hurffville Road in Deptford Township. The driver of the vehicle has been identified by the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office as Andrew B. Davoli, 27, […]

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Lindenwold Woman Charged With Strict Liability Death for Supplying Drugs to OD Victim

  Lisa Hicks, 28, of Lindenwold has been arrested and charged with supplying drugs to two overdose victims, one of whom did not survive, according to an announcement released today by the Camden County Prosecutor’s office and the Lindenwold Police Department. The statement indicated that on September 5, 2016, Lindenwold Police responded to the scene […]

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Bellmawr Councilman David Spector: Grateful for Opportunity to Serve Bellmawr

  December 13 marked David Spector’s final meeting as a Bellmawr Councilman. He lost his seat in the June primary. During Council’s last meeting of 2016, Spector took the opportunity to thank his constituents, friends, and family for their support. As he thought about how he was going to end his tenure on council, Spector called […]

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6 Law Enforcement Agencies Arrest 11 During Undercover Prostitution Operation

  In a joint effort to thwart prostitution, undercover officers from six agencies utilized internet postings to make 11 arrests that included a motel employee who was charged with obstruction, according to an announcement made by the Bellmawr Police Department. On December 8, officers from Bellmawr, Brooklawn, Gloucester City, Mt. Ephraim, Runnemede, along with the […]

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GCPD Crime Report for December 2-9

  For the period December 2 through 9, the Gloucester City Police Department conducted 74 traffic stops, 264 property/business checks, made 25 arrests, investigated nine motor vehicle crashes, 10 domestic disputes, and impounded one abandoned vehicle. Additionally, officers issued 27 criminal charges and 41 traffic citations. In the case of your vehicle being in an […]

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Boro of Bellmawr Requests for Professional Services Proposals Due Dec. 20

  The Borough of Bellmawr is soliciting Requests for Proposals including, but not limited to: Borough Auditor, Borough Bond Counsel, Borough Engineer, Borough Planner, Borough Planning Board Solicitor, Borough Prosecutor, Borough Public Defender, Borough Solicitor, Borough Internet Technology, and Borough Zoning Board Solicitor. According to the document “Establishing a Procedure for the Award of Professional […]

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Mt. Ephraim’s Philly Pretzel Factory Moving to New Location

  Mt. Ephraim’s Philly Pretzel Factory is set to move to a larger location at 301 S. Black Horse Pike and the new store will have an added feature, SJO has learned. Bob Tilton, the owner of the Philly Pretzel Factory told SJO this morning that the business is staying in Mt. Ephraim and only […]

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3 Runnemede Police Officers Honored For Apprehending Human Trafficking Suspect

Runnemede Police officers Sgt. William Sampolski, Ptlm. Robert Alexander, and Ptlm. William Ortiz, were honored at the December 6 Council meeting by Mayor Nick Kappatos, members of Council, and Chief Paul Daily for outstanding police work. Chief Daily presented the officers with Certificates of Merit and said that on October 31, 2016 at approximately 10:45 […]

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