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Construction Equipment Guide
Diggerland Theme Park Offers Loads of Fun
DiggerlandUSA.com photo The Diggerland adventure park will feature a mix of 90 percent JCB and 10 percent Terex equipment, providing visitors with supervised opportunities to ride, drive and operate full-sized big iron such as skid steer loaders, tractors, backhoes, small excavators and mini-dumpers.
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
Westville man admits to manslaughter in concert death
A Westville man pleaded guilty to manslaughter Monday in the death of an acquaintance at a Jimmy Buffett concert in Camden.
Camden County Conducting Emergency Roadwork on Hickstown Road in Pine Hill
The Camden County Freeholder Board's Department of Public Works is conducting emergency road work on sections of Hickstown Road in Pine Hill through Wednesday.
Road Block: Hickstown Road to close for emergency repairs
Crews have been busy this winter repairing potholes. But sometimes they have to fix the whole road instead.
The Newark Star-Ledger
77-year-old man loses appeal of conviction for viewing child porn at North Plainfield Library
Thomas Baluka, 77, of Somerdale, has lost an appeal of his rejection from admission into the state'AAA s Pretrial Intervention Program on a child endangerment charge for viewing child pornography in 2012 at the North Plainfield Library.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
The Gloucester County Times
Glassboro meeting on borough businesses to include Collingswood officials
GLASSBORO - Borough business owners and commercial property owners are encouraged to attend a Thursday, March 13, meeting at the Barnes & Noble Bookstore to discuss a quarterly update on the state of business in the town.
Cub Scouts Compete To See Who Has Fastest Pine Wood Race Car
Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts from Camden County, New Jersey visited the Voorhees Town Center Sunday for a regional Pine Wood Derby race.
The Jersey Journal
Editorial: Keep watch on N.J. principals, as well as teachers
Last week, the state Department of Education stripped a former Triton Regional High School principal of both her teaching and administrative certifications for failing to report child abuse.
Doorways to decay
Empty buildings pock Camden's neighborhoods. Though no one is certain, estimates are as many as 4,000 abandoned structures exist.
Lobster Trap will be site of new eatery
The former Lobster Trap restaurant in Cooper River Park will remain closed for more than a year as Camden County officials pursue plans for a new eatery.
New Jersey State Police
Man Recovered in the Delaware River Identified
On Saturday, February 8, 2014, troopers from the New Jersey State Police, Burlington Marine Station responded to the Camden City Aquarium after an employee discovered a male floating in the water behind the aquarium.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
A crime that 'struck a chord' for cops
When a 93-year-old Lindenwold woman was assaulted during a home-invasion robbery last month, borough officers knew they had to do more than standard police work.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Asbury Park Press
Firearm ammo limits would strip citizens' rights
Assemblyman Louis Greenwald of Camden County and Senate President Stephen Sweeney of Gloucester County, both Democrats, have bills making their way through the Legislature to strip the ability of ordinary taxpaying citizens to adequately protect themselves, their families and their property.
The Daily Journal
Inter-faith group's grocery raffle benefits homeless
An inter-faith network developed over the past three years to help homeless families in Cumberland County is hoping 2014 is something special for the movement.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
CCC offers free skills training to businesses
Camden County College is offering free basic skills training courses to New Jersey businesses and their employees.
Camden dispatchers sue for OT pay
Two civilian dispatchers have sued Camden City, claiming they and their co-workers are routinely denied overtime pay.
Camden Teen Pleads Guilty to Murder of Riverside Man
A teenager from Camden pleaded guilty to the murder of a Riverside man in 2012, Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk announced Thursday afternoon.
Asbury Park Press
Happy 218th birthday to former N.J. Gov. Charles Stratton
Union County Freeholder Vernell Wright, 80. Superior Court Judge James Savio, 62. Superior Court Judge Verna Leath, 61. Tax Court Judge Christine Nugent, 55. Camden County Freeholder Scot McCray, 35. Senate President Stephen Sweeney continues his tour promoting his "Sandy Bill of Rights" proposal with a 1 p.m. stop at the 7th Ward Recreation ... (more)
ANOTHER Winning Lottery Ticket In Middlesex County
From the NJ Lottery: Carole Hedinger, New Jersey Lottery Executive Director, announced that there were no jackpot or second prize New Jersey winners of the Mega Millions game, but there were nine third prize winners for the Tuesday, March 4 drawing.
The Jersey Journal
NJ Food Trucks: Kevin's Salad Station has fast and healthy choices
With the emphasis on being green on his food truck, Kevin Stanton offers his namesake Kevin's Salad -- tomatoes, broccoli, carrots, black beans, mushrooms, zucchini and shelled hemp seeds, with A A A oebayou mustardA A A dressing -- in a compostable cup, complete with a bamboo fork.