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Lawsuit Victory, Felon’s Conviction Tossed Top Local News

Also this week in West Deptford, MedExpress opens, the RiverWinds summer concert series gets a boost, fireworks will shoot off once again and more.

West Deptford officials—two who hadn't taken office yet—did not violate state laws by holding a private meeting discussing town business, a judge ruled this week.

Justin Hansen became the second West Deptford player in the past two years to crack the 1,000-point scoring mark.

Felon's Woodbury Bank Robbery Conviction Overturned on Technicality

Imprisoned felon Leon Glaspie, who allegedly injured a Deptford police officer during Glaspie's getaway from a bank robbery while he was on furlough from a halfway house, could soon be a free man. 

Sponsorship Money Rolling in for Summer Concert Series

West Deptford has already received commitments for $17,100 toward the 2013 summer concert series at RiverWinds.

MedExpress Ready for Patients in West Deptford

Visits to the emergency room for minor injuries and the hassle of making an appointment with your local physician could soon become a thing of the past for residents West Deptford and Woodbury.

Read Across America Day at Oakview Elementary [Photos]

With the hallways filled with Cat in the Hats, Oakview Elementary seemed more reminiscent of Whoville on Friday morning.

Fourth of July Fireworks Set to Return to Woodbury

After a two-year hiatus, Fourth of July fireworks are set to return to Woodbury. This year will be the first time since 2010 that Woodbury will host such an event.

Crowd Packs WD Middle School for National History Night

It wasn't a museum, but there many exhibits in West Deptford Middle School's cafeteria, which turned into a packed house as parents from all over town came out for National History Night on Thursday.

Two men in the same vehicle were responsible for a single-car crash that killed a 31-year-old Sewell woman, prosecutors allege.  

Kids Can't Wait to Get Their Paws on a Book at WD Library

Reading went to the dogs in West Deptford. 

Thorofare Wawa Hiring for New Expansion

With the soon-to-be operational gas station comes some new job openings for the Crown Point Road Wawa.

West Deptford's Easter Egg Hunt Set for March 23

Children up to 10 years old will be invited to hunt for eggs at the RiverWinds athletic fields.

More than 50 employers will attend the job fair on March 8.

These are just a few of the many stories West Deptford Patch brought you this week. Scroll through our news archive for the full list.

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