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3 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
It's cold, but there's always St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 186 E. Commerce St., Bridgeton, if you need shelter.
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7 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
VINELAND - A Bridgeton man who allegedly exchanged gunfire with police during a convenience store robbery last month has now been charged with the armed robbery of a Chinese food restaurant, according to police.
14 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
We wonder if the man who perished trying to get in to the clothing box in Bridgeton is the same man who caused Tonya Allen and Fonzy White to serve a meal at the DeEdwin Hursey Center in Thanksgiving.
Two things are certain: one, this area has no shortages of choices when it comes to selecting the perfect Douglas Fir, Pine, or Blue Spruce.
BRIDGETON - A city man who police said was seeking warmth on a frigid winter night died Monday after he got stuck in the door of a clothing donation bin near Mayor Aitken Drive and Commerce Street, according to reports.
In September 2010, at the Good Shepherd Dini ng Room in the basement of St. Teresa of Avila Church on Central Avenue in Bridgeton, the average was 96 meals served.
Authorities say a New Jersey man apparently searching for warm clothes or a place to sleep got trapped in a clothing collection bin and died.
Public works crews didn't have time to rest after the weekend snowstorm, as they prepared their equipment for another round of snow.
The column that says Mayor Albert Kelly wants everybody to let their hair down behind closed doors on Dec. 12. He's in charge of the two-hour Our Lady of Guadalupe procession on Dec. 11 that goes to St. Teresa's from Immaculate Conception by way of West Avenue, East Commerce Street, Laurel Street and North Street.
PITTSGROVE TWP. - Three Millville residents were arrested in connection with several reported burglaries after they were allegedly found to be in possession of stolen goods, according to a New Jersey State Police spokesman.
Francisco Busto De Haro, 21, of Atlantic Street, was charged on Dec. 5 for theft after he was found embezzling approximately $10,000 from his business, police said.
She also was issued a summons for operating a motor vehicle while her license is suspended.
The Big John's Pizza Bulls are in Plant City, Fla., for Bowl Week as part of the Atlantic Coast Football League.
Antonio's Deli, a business located on Old Deerfield Pike in Upper Deerfield Township, owned by Vick Patel, is concerned about the lack of traffic due to the road closure of West Park Drive for repair to the roadway and bridge, Friday, Dec. 6, 2013.
BRIDGETON - Mayor Albert Kelly has been working behind the scenes on the problem-plagued low-income housing complex called the Villas since he was blindsided at a community meeting two weeks ago .