Philadelphia will play host to the 34th National Veterans' Wheelchair Games in mid-August, with several of the competitions overflowing into Moorestown, Maple Shade, and Berlin.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Construction crews began work Monday on the first of 27 highway bridges in Camden and Burlington Counties that are to be repaired over the next year.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Lawyer: Botched Executions Should Worry Death Penalty Backers
The drug combination that took almost two hours to kill a condemned murderer in Arizona last Wednesday is a product of death-penalty states scrambling to find and test new lethal-injection drugs, a physician told Newsmax TV on Monday.
Diggerland Offers Great Fun With Great Sound From Community Loudspeakers
Diggerland is a unique construction-themed adventure park with four locations in the UK and a new "Diggerland USA" park in West Berlin, New Jersey which opened in June, 2014.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Asbury Park Press
Woman gets 20-year prison term for fatal stabbingWoman gets 20-year...
A southern New Jersey woman who fatally stabbed a man last year during an argument in his home has been sentenced to 20 years in state prison.
Anniversary: Virginia Vandegrift & Merrill Vandegrift
They are the loving parents of Richard of Barrington, Kathryn of Voorhees and Marianne of Berlin.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
New Jersey Herald
Colorful music, art festival kicks off at Vernon farm
With the air of a backyard party set in a large field just off the Appalachian Trail, Farmfest 2014 kicked off Thursday at the Rickey Farm on Route 94 in Vernon.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Police Charge Man With Who Had 31 Jars of Marijuana in his Car
A Lindenwold man was charged after police found 31 jars of marijuana in his car in Berlin, the Courier Post reports.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Wed Jul 16, 2014
South Jersey home contractors cited for consumer protection violations
Numerous South Jersey contractors rank among a list of 68 businesses across the state that have been cited for alleged violations of consumer protection laws, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs announced Wednesday.
Berlin Man Charged With Promoting Prostitution at Adult Book Store
A Berlin Township man has been charged with promoting prostitution and maintaining a nuisance following a police raid at an adult book store on Route 73, Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Berlin Township Police Chief Leonard Check announced Wednesday afternoon.
The Jersey Journal
Prostitution at Berlin Township adult book store, police allege; employee charged
Paul Perkins, 41, of Berlin Township, was charged July 12 with promoting prostitution and maintaining a nuisance in connection with alleged sex acts at the Berlin News Agency on Route 73. The charges came after a raid that day on the business.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Sahara Sam's Holds Special Needs Event
The July 25 SEAS event is the third of four events hosted in 2014 but the first to include Josh the Otter , a national water safety education initiative.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Berlin Township window business owner cheated employees, suppliers, authorities say
BERLIN TWP . - A local window company owner is accused of cheating employees, customers, suppliers and the government out of tens of thousands of dollars.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
A spiritual journey finds a destination in woods of Shamong
For religion, however, he pedaled his bike to the local Catholic church, never imagining his attraction to "the mystery" he sensed in the woods and the Latin Mass would put him one day in the black robes of a Zen abbot.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Contractor Launches Kid-Friendly Construction Equipment Amusement Park in N.J.
Modeled after a successful U.K. enterprise, Diggerland USA opened in June in New Jersey as a family-centric amusement park featuring construction equipment revamped for adults - and kids - to ride and operate.