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Voters appear to reject $210.7 million plan to improve Cherry Hill schools
Voters in Cherry Hill on Tuesday appeared to reject a hotly debated $210.7 million proposal for new spending on public schools. It was the largest single school bond referendum in New Jersey in at least a decade. The funds would have been used for new security vestibules, multipurpose rooms, renovat
Code Blue issued for Cherry Hill, Camden County for Monday night
The Code Blue will be in effect from 7 p.m. Monday evening through 7 a.m. Tuesday morning. Cherry Hill and the rest of Camden County will be under a Code Blue advisory Monday night and early Tuesday morning. The Code Blue will last from 7 p.m. Monday through 7 a.m. Tuesday.
16 festive things to do this weekend in South Jersey
Holly jolly, holly jolly ... whether you feel like singing carols, lacing up skates, sipping mulled wine or shopping 'til you drop, there is a festive event for you in South Jersey.
Mom traveling with baby brought to tears when stranger offers her his 1st-class seat
PHILADELPHIA -- A stranger's act of kindness toward a mom traveling with her baby is touching hearts across the country. Kelsey Zwick was flying with her 11-month-old daughter from Orlando to a children's hospital in Philadelphia last Thursday.
Make-A-Wish New Jersey grants 14-year-old’s wish at Cherry Hill Mall event
Nicholas of Haddon Township, diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and now in remission, will travel to Australia in January with his family. On Friday, Dec. 7, Make-A-Wish New Jersey and Macy’s hosted a special celebration at the Cherry Hill Mall. As part of the annual Macy’s Believe Campaign and in ho
Robert Bennett quite possibly baked the last cookie or cheesecake you ate
The kitchen at Le Bec-Fin cycled through hundreds of workers in its four decades. It was Robert Bennett who cooked for Georges Perrier the longest: fourteen years as executive pastry chef, propelling the French landmark through its glory days from 1987 through 2001.
How signing McCutchen sets Phillies up for Harper and Machado
LAS VEGAS -- We have the first big move of the winter meetings as the Philadelphia Phillies have agreed to terms with Andrew McCutchen on a three-year deal for a reported $50 million that also includes a team option.
Camden man charged with fatal shooting of Sicklerville man
CAMDEN - A city man has been charged with murder in connection with a fatal shooting last month in North Camden. Jacob Rodriguez, 24, is accused of shooting Elijah Jackson of Sicklerville on Nov. 27, according to the Camden County Prosecutor's Office..
Jimmy Butler Re-Lives Infamous Timberwolves Practice, Requesting Trade
The Jimmy Butler saga was the talk of the basketball world during the preseason and the start of the 2018-19 regular season, and now, the Philadelphia 76ers star is giving his side of how things played out.
Man Arrested In Sicklerville Man's Murder: Police
WINSLOW TOWNSHIP, NJ - A Camden man has been arrested and charged in the fatal shooting of a Winslow Township man, authorities announced on Tuesday. Jacob Rodriguez, 24, has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Elijah Jackson, 39, of the Sicklerville section of the township, Camden
REPORT: Jimmy Butler suffers injury, won’t return
Philadelphia 76ers star forward Jimmy Butler suffered a groin injury in the middle of the team’s game against the Detroit Pistons and won’t return, per Serena Winters of NBCS Philly.
Man, 25, shot dead in broad daylight in Camden
CAMDEN, N.J. (WTXF) - A gunshot detection system drew police to the scene of a deadly shooting Monday afternoon in Camden. Officers responded to the ShotSpotter detection at 1:39 p.m. and located the victim on the 1200 block of Chase Street. There they found the 25-year-old victim, Jarrell Patterson
Man gives up first-class seat on Philly-bound flight for mom, daughter headed to CHOP
On a flight from Orlando to Philadelphia last Thursday, a man's random act of kindness spread holiday cheer to a family whose infant daughter was headed to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
3 outdoor events to check out in Philadelphia this week
--- Center City holiday walking tour. Get into the holiday spirit with a tour of all things Christmas in the City of Brotherly Love. The tour will include a holiday light show at Rittenhouse Square, a tour of Reading Terminal Market as well as holiday lights and displays at area businesses. The tour
North Wildwood man fatally shot by Philadelphia police officer
PHILADELPHIA – A North Wildwood man was fatally shot during a confrontation with a police officer here, authorities say. Justin Smith, 41, allegedly wielded a knife as he approached a police officer inside a Port Richmond home, according to a police account of the Dec. 5 incident.
Information session on Quick Path to Energy taking place in Cherry Hill tonight
The Camden County Workforce Development Board is hosting the session at Camden County College’s Cherry Hill campus from 6 to 8 p.m. The Camden County Workforce Development Board, Camden County College and Atlantic City Electric have partnered on a program called Quick Path to Energy, designed to mee
Man Admits Murdering Collingswood Sisters On New Year's Eve: Cops
COLLINGSWOOD, NJ - A South Jersey man has admitted to killing his ex-girlfriend and her step-sister in Collingswood on New Year's Eve of last year, authorities announced Monday evening.
Photos: Sights and sounds of the 119th Army-Navy Game
Philadelphia, Pa. – The 119th Army-Navy Game would be West Point’s third consecutive win over Navy!. Here are some pictures and video from the game the News 3 was at and that aired on our network.
NJ Pen Weekly Recap: Cherry Hill Drug Bust, Collingswood Says ‘Aloha’ to Poke Bowl Biz
Plus, a new study from three Camden research institutions hopes to address the underlying causes of opioid addiction, and a Merchantville resident pushes small-scale redevelopment on his own block.
Weather Authority: Cold and sunny Monday
PHILADELPHIA (WTXF) - The Philadelphia area is slated for a chilly Monday to kick off the week. After a frigid start, Monday is expected to remain cold and sunny. Temperatures will remain in the low 40s for the bulk of the forthcoming week.