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Students from Camden County College and Delran High School participated in a Live from Surgery real-time, interactive video conferencing with a surgical team performing heart bypass surgery from Moorestown Medical Center by Dr. Steve Xydas at EIRC, located in Mullica Hill, Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.
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Haddonfield has it going on morning to night Friday. The Haddonfield Professionals Committee of the Partnership for Haddonfield will host its December First Friday networking event from 8 to 9 a.m. at the Bread Board Plus, 605 N. Haddon Ave. The Haddonfield Professionals meeting features one hour of networking and business card exchanging for local ... (more)
A city woman has admitted she fatally stabbed a man at her home in a Camden high-rise.
Family members of U.S. Marine veteran Timothy Loper Jr. console one another outside the Superior Court of Camden County in Camden, Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.
It was a celebration of new beginnings at Roman Jewelers on Wednesday morning. Not only did Roman Jewelers mark the grand opening of its new store on Commons Way, the store also hosted an engagement party for former U.S. Marine Cpl.
People who overdose on heroin in Ocean County soon will have access to an antidote that can revive them -- and it will be administered to them by the police.
A city man wanted for the murder of a Marine veteran outside a Camden tavern has turned himself in.
DEPTFORD - Women from all over the southern New Jersey region will be honored for their work in furthering the lives of residents at the second Women of Achievement Awards Reception for Southern New Jersey on Thursday.
A man found dead in a grassy area off 33rd Street in Camden Monday has been ruled a homicide, Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk and Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson reported Tuesday.
A Marine Corps reservist who was trying to break up a fight in a Camden, N.J., parking lot was shot to death early Sunday.
The Blackwood Rotary Library in Gloucester Township was forced to close on Monday because the building heating system was not working.
Timothy Loper Jr. was shot multiple times at 2nd and Spruce streets about 2:45 a.m., according to the Camden County Prosecutor's Office.
Authorities are seeking a Sicklerville man suspected of dealing drugs around Camden County.
A Camden woman who called police to report a home invasion ended up with bigger problems after officers searched her home and arrested her on drug charges.