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Man Pays For Layaway Orders At Cherry Hill Toys"R"Us

CHERRY HILL, N.J. (CBS) - A Secret Santa in New Jersey is making sure kids' Christmas wishes get fulfilled this year. Charlie K says he woke up bright and early Friday to shop for his son when he was inspired to give back to the community that has given him so much. So, Charlie headed to the Cherry

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-11-24 16:58:34

Cherry Hill Police Crack Down On Holiday Thieves

CHERRY HILL, NJ (CBS) - A South Jersey police department is cracking down on shopping related this holiday season - with a new approach to how they patrol their shopping district. As shoppers stroll the corridors of the Cherry Hill Mall to find the perfect gift, undercover cops will be walking among

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-11-23 21:45:09

LETTER: Thank you to Cherry Hill's first responders

We'd like to take the opportunity to thank the first responders who came to the aid of my husband: police, fire company and EMTs. On Aug. 24, my husband had an accident in Cherry Hill. When they arrived on the scene, he was unresponsive and not breathing. Had it not been for their quick response, h

COURIER-POST - 2017-11-23 14:59:10

Tour G Boys 2017 Holiday Display at McNaughton's in Cherry Hill

Ralph Gaudio isn't Santa Claus, but every year after Labor Day he probably feels a bit like an oversize elf with a giant sack of surprises. That's because the longtime owner of "G" Boys still loves to bring back his legendary holiday animated walk-through display, which found a new home a few years


Cherry Hill West beats Cherry Hill East in battle for 'Boot'

Phil Anastasia is an award-winning sports columnist for The Inquirer. His work has been cited by the Associated Press Sports Editors and the New Jersey Press Association, and his 2011 column on the tragedy at Mainland Regional High School won first place in the New Jersey Chapter of the Society of P


Burned body found on top of train at Philadelphia station

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Authorities say a burned body was found on top of a SEPTA regional train at a station in Philadelphia. SEPTA officials would only say a "medical emergency" had occurred at the Jefferson Station in Center City on Thursday. But a police official confirmed that a body was found. Th

PENNLIVE.COM - 2017-11-24 14:34:53

Woman, 20, charged in crash that killed road worker in Montco

Montgomery County District Attorney's OfficeLucian Stock, 20, of Souderton, was charged with homicide by vehicle for a crash that killed a road worker and injured another in September. A 20-year-old Montgomery County woman who was rushing to work when her crashed into a work crew, killing one man a

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER - 2017-11-24 19:35:18

Revelers brave frigid temps, wind for America's oldest Thanksgiving Day parade

The girls of the AllStars color gaurd have a laugh as they try to stay warm before the start of the 98th annual Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade, November 23, 2017. (Emily Cohen for WHYY) High school marching bands from all over the country line up alongside a heavy police presence at the 98th a

WHYY - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Law enforcement warns of fake officer pulling over drivers

Police in Arkansas have a warning for travelers: Be on the lookout for a man posing as a fake officer. Officials said this is the third time this has happened in just a matter of months. The St. Francis Sheriff's Office said a man was parked along Highway 38 just outside of Hughes Street on Saturday


ABC director rejects local liquor store's change of location

The Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control has put a cork in a Paragould liquor store's plans to change locations. Mary Robin Casteel, director of the ABC, refused a transfer of location for Hill Top Spirits. Michael W. Roleson had submitted the transfer of the store's retail liquor and beer off premis


Winter production tour: Yield of Dreams

LITTLE ROCK - The winter months between fall harvest and spring planting offer a great opportunity for growers to get up to speed on the latest crop production research, findings and techniques from the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. Division of Agriculture extension speciali

PINE BLUFF COMMERCIAL - 2017-11-24 18:20:53

Oct. 28-Nov. 3 residential burglaries reported to Apache Junction Police Department

Above are the general locations of burglary incidents reported Oct. 28-Nov. 3 to the Apache Junction Police Department. They were reported at 10:53 a.m. Nov 1 in the 2700 block of East 14th Avenue, 11:02 a.m. Oct. 29 in the 1000 block of South Idaho Road and 8:27 a.m. Oct. 29 in the 600 block of Wes


City of AJ Holiday Program and Light Parade

The City of Apache Junction Parks and Recreation will be hosting its annual Holiday Program & Light Parade on Saturday, December 2nd. The event will take place at Flatiron Community Park. Come and join the community for a full afternoon of activities, vendors, food and live entertainment, leading in


OPINION: Thank you for attending 8th Annual Festival of the Superstitions

The Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce and the city of Apache Junction would like to thank everyone who attended the 2017 Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Festival of the Superstitions on Veterans' Day Weekend. We are proud to be able to honor the men and women who have sacrificed and served our countr


5 iconic holiday events in the Southeast Valley

No-burn days and the lack of snow doesn't stop Southeast Valley residents from embracing the holiday season. We deck out our yards, hang wreaths and sip eggnog just like our snowbird brethren up North. In fact, we experience our own form of heat-induced cabin fever and use any excuse to get outside

AZCENTRAL - 2017-11-23 13:00:06

Hall of Fame nominees accepted through December

Nominations for the Lower Verde Valley Hall of Fame class of 2018 are being accepted. Nominating forms are available for download on this page or at The Times office, 16508 E. Laser Drive, Suite 101. The purpose of the Hall of Fame is to recognize those individuals, living or deceased, whose history


Lighted motorcycle parade one of Kick-Off Party treats

The Festival of Lights Kick-Off brings up to 20,000 people to the daylong festivities at Desert Foothills Park - many eager to watch the 17th annual Lighted Motorcycle Parade at dusk. FOL Chairwoman Janyce Hazlett said the parade solidifies community togetherness. Formerly known as the Harley-Davids

AHWATUKEE FOOTHILLS NEWS - 2017-11-24 12:05:00

Water theft leave Mesa residents dry

MESA, AZ - A costly and inconvenient crime left some Mesa residents without water Friday. Mesa police confirm a thief cut a water pipe and took off with the backflow valve. It happened at the Village at Sun Valley. Six units did not have water. Ramona Munoz's apartment was one of them. "I can't do

ABC 15 NEWS - 2017-11-25 03:29:59

Officer injured trying to detain suspect in Phoenix

PHOENIX - An officer was injured Friday morning while trying to detain a suspect, according to police. The incident began in Mesa when officers responded to a commercial robbery call. A vehicle was seen speeding away from the area, police say. According to officials, the air unit found the vehicle a

12NEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 17:02:00

Sidney pub re-opens under new ownership

A former Sidney restaurateur has returned to his roots to relaunch Main St. 88 Tavern, at 64-66 Main St. in Sidney. Mike Gavin, onetime owner of Gavin's Pizzeria & Steakhouse in the village, said he began readying the downtown space in August and, after an "overwhelming" soft open in October, now we

DAILY STAR - 2017-11-24 20:29:24