Guilty Plea in Neck Stabbing, Mystery Stench Top Local News
Also this week in West Deptford, a bowler captured third at states, taxpayers learned they'll likely have to pay more for the school district and more.
A West Deptford woman will spend at least 20 years in prison after she pleaded guilty to fatally stabbing a man in 2010 and robbing him as he lay dying.
West Deptford stank this week. Emergency management officials quickly pinpointed the source, and assured residents they weren’t in danger.
While the goodwill appears present to build a field house at the high school in memory of Nick Brandemarti Jr., West Deptford’s school board president acknowledges the community has questions about the plan.
For a second consecutive year, the school budget is going to cost West Deptford taxpayers more money.
Superintendent Kevin Kitchenman will remain in the West Deptford School District through 2016 after the school board approved a new three-year contract.
Morgan Brown entered the Brunswick Zone Carolier Center Lanes in North Brunswick with hopes of capturing that elusive state title.
Though the plummeting temperatures and incessant snowfall may suggest the opposite, summertime is soon approaching—prompting college students and recent graduates to search far and wide for internship opportunities.
West Deptford Board of Education recently revised policies to include cheerleading with other interscholastic sports for the purposes of concussion testing as well as medical examinations.
The Camden Diocese officially has a new bishop after Dennis Sullivan was installed Tuesday before a full church of supporters.
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