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* Eugene F. Sanderlin, 31, of the 600 block of East Commerce Street was arrested at 5:16 p.m Thursday and charged with disorderly conduct after he shouted and created a disturbance with "fight-provoking comments" on East Commerce Street.
Is increasing income inequality a bad thing for America?
Should the government provide access to health care for everyone?
Arteja Loatman and Kyra Lunsford led the way for Cumberland County, each scoring 12 points.
Fairfield Township, Cumberland County, N.J. - Detectives from the New Jersey State Police working with the Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office, charged a Fairfield Township woman with murder in the death of her father.
More than $6 million will be awarded to municipalities in New Jersey to help fund projects like constructing access ramps, street construction and rehabilitating affordable housing, according to a press release.
The event, open to family members/caretakers and consumers, is an opportunity for members and anyone else interested in NAMI to find out more about the organization and to enjoy fellowship in a friendly, festive atmosphere.
* Jerry Simms, 33, of Vineland was arrested Wednesday and charged with simple assault.
CONGRATULATIONS TO the Maurice River Township sixth grade Chop Walk-A-Thon. The MTR sixth grade raised $2,474.37 to donate to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
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.
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Volunteering at one community fundraiser inspired the reigning Miss Vineland, Olivia Cruz, to start one of her own.
RUTGERS Master Gardeners of Cumberland County recently planted large cupped daffodil ice follies around the flagpole and cannon in the Civil War Veterans section of the Old Broad Street Presbyterian Church Cemetery.
She was held in the Cumberland County Jail in lieu of $2,500 bail. - Tanisha M. Smith, 32, of Hartz Drive, in Bridgeton, was arrested on Dec. 6 - during a motor vehicle stop - for an active Pilesgrove Township Court warrant.
KEITH SANTINI of Vineland High School was named Student of the Month for October at the Cumberland County Technical Education Center.
Pictured : Kathleen Procopio, MSHS principal, Nancy Kittle, Tina Hulitt, MEA first vice-president, and Dr. Pamm Moore, assistant superintendent.
The ceremony will honor all of the country's military veterans as well as decorate graves and cemeteries for the holiday season to remember the fallen, honor those who serve, and teach children the value of freedom.
Before Cannon made her mark, the 500 block of North High Street was less active than it is today.