School Shooting Hoax, School Bus Accident Top Local News
Also this week in West Deptford, Eagles wrestlers earn great seeds for the upcoming tournament, a bank robber admits to a Woodbury job and say goodbye to the 'ugly' RiverWinds parking islands.
Two former Highland Regional High School students who live in West Deptford have been charged with posting to Facebook a threat to "shoot up" the Blackwood school in what police have labeled a hoax.
Two students and a school bus driver walked away uninjured from an accident Thursday, but the driver of the other car was transported to a local hospital for pain following the bus vs. car crash.
Rory Bonner is the No. 1 seed at 195 for the District 29 Wrestling Tournament; other wrestlers earned high seeds as well.
A Paulsboro man already in prison on unrelated charges admitted Wednesday that he robbed a Woodbury bank in 2011 with an accomplice.
Television meteorologist Chris Sowers, a Glassboro native, spoke to a freshman science class at the high school on Wednesday afternoon.
What do you think should occupy this empty lot in the CVS Plaza?
West Deptford residents who are tired of seeing dead shrubs, overgrown weeds, and a barren-looking landscape in the parking islands at the RiverWinds Community Center will be happy to hear that plans are in the works to refurbish them.
It was chemicals vs. pharmaceuticals, "The Hurricane" vs. "#1 Winger" in that most Delaware Valley of competitions—the chicken-wing showdown.
Skyler J. Robinson, who was accused of killing Gloucester Township Police K-9 Schultz in 2010, now faces unrelated drug charges in Gloucester County.
Youth organization volunteers who originally had to pay for their own required background checks may have still have a glimmer of hope.
Oakview Elementary School's first-graders made the 100th day of school unlike any of the previous 99.
Bagging seven fugitives in just the last three weeks, the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department announced the apprehension of No. 3 and 4 on Sheriff Carmel Morina's most wanted list.
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