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Police-Involved Shooting, RiverWinds Summer Concerts Top Local News

Also in West Deptford news this week, two athletes make their collegiate futures official, Red Robin opens its doors, a missing teen is found safe and more.

Off the Chopping Block: RiverWinds Summer Concerts Set in Motion

This time last year, the fate of the RiverWinds summer concert series hung in the balance. But this year's concerts look substantially more stable.

Two West Deptford Megans—Knoblock and Sullivan—ink their futures on National Signing Day.

Accidental Shooting in Woodbury Wounds Gloucester County Detective

A Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office detective’s own gun discharged, injuring the officer Tuesday afternoon in Woodbury.

Pasquale Murder Case Prosecution Changes Hands

Prosecution responsibilities for the Autumn Pasquale murder case will be handled by prosecutors from Camden County after the slain 12-year-old’s family moved toward filing a civil lawsuit against the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office.

Report: Possible Sweeney Senate Opponent Emerges

A Republican challenger for state Senate President Stephen Sweeney's seat might be making moves toward declaring candidacy.

Red Robin Opens Its Doors at Deptford Mall

After its long-awaited arrival, Red Robin celebrated its grand opening in the Deptford Mall on Monday. With doors open at 11 a.m., customers steadily poured into Red Robin to get their early afternoon grub on.

Missing Teen Returns Home Safely

A runaway teen returned home safely, but not before her disappearance likely sparked a Facebook posting that quickly went viral.

After several postponements, former West Deptford Planning Board Chairman Scott Kintzing is still without a resolution to a lewdness charge against him.

Track Neighborhood Crime 'Hot Spots' with Glouco Alerts

With the help of the Gloucester County Alert System, residents will soon be able to track neighborhood crime trends as easily as tracking weather patterns on everything from laptops to hand-held devices.

Calling the six-days-per-week mail delivery business model “no longer sustainable,” the U.S. Postal Service Wednesday morning announced it will eliminate Saturday delivery of mail by Aug. 1.

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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