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Vigil held to remember 17-year-old struck, killed by Camden County police police vehicle

CAMDEN, N.J. (FOX 29) - Loved ones are gathering at the intersection of East State Street and Harrison Avenue to remember 17-year-old Nerreada Robles. The senior at Woodrow Wilson High School was struck and killed by a Camden County Police vehicle, around 10 on Wednesday night, while she was walking


Burlington County landfill worker charged with theft

A Burlington County landfill employee was charged with theft, Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Sheriff Jean Stanfield announced Thursday. Craig Schoenberger, 47, of Cinnaminson, accepted payments from trash haulers for their fees and pocketed more than $650 in cash payments last year.


Haddonfield Deputy Mayor charged with assaulting borough police officer

Haddonfield Deputy Mayor Jeff Kasko has been charged with assaulting a borough police officer in an incident that began after a confrontation with a process server who tried to deliver divorce papers to him at his home, authorities said Friday.


PATCO offering 'flashback' prices for Friday morning commute

PATCO is celebrating its 50th anniversary with reduced "flashback" fares on Friday. On this date in 1969, PATCO made its first trip from Lindenwold, New Jersey, to Center City Philadelphia.


Woman in violent Wildwood beach arrest video pleads guilty, agrees to 1 year ban from town

A Philadelphia woman whose violent arrest at a New Jersey beach over Memorial Day weekend last year was captured on video has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. Emily Weinman faced numerous charges stemming from the confrontation, including assaulting a police officer.


Burlington County school districts come together to fight state aid cuts

David Levinsky @davidlevinskyKelly Kultys @kellykultys — Several dozen parents and residents in Springfield packed a Board of Education meeting last month to ask about a rumor that the tiny district’s lone school could be forced to close, the result of forecasts that the district might lose nearly a


Burlington County freeholders pressured to help keep RCBC pool open

PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP — The uncertain future of the indoor swimming pool at Rowan College at Burlington County continues to dog the new Democratic majority on the Burlington County Board of Freeholders who are under pressure to pursue a takeover of the school's physical education building in order to k


2019 District 26 wrestling tournament seeds

Teams: Cherokee, Cherry Hill East, Haddon Township, Lacey, Moorestown, Palmyra, Paulsboro, Pennsauken, Sterling,. 6. Brandon Noble Cherokee 11 15-17.


Former New Jersey officer indicted on sexually assaulting 2 children

NEW JERSEY (KYW Newsradio) -- A Burlington Township man, who used to be a cop in New Jersey, has been indicted on accusations he sexually assaulted two children. There were a total of 46 counts in the indictment against 37-year-old William Sanchez-Monllor -- who was an officer with the Trenton Polic


How New Jersey’s Proposed “Rain Tax” Will Affect Citizens of Clark, According to Mayor Bonaccorso

CLARK, NJ – A new tax proposed by the New Jersey state legislature does not sit well with Clark Mayor Sal Bonaccorso. The “Clean Stormwater and Flood Reduction Act,” informally known as the “Rain Tax,” has already moved through both houses in the state legislature, passing both the Senate and Assemb


Amazon threatens Philadelphia over plan to ban cashless stores

Amazon is threatening to scrap plans to open a brick-and-mortar location in Philadelphia over a proposal that would bar retailers from refusing to accept cash. The city council on Thursday approved legislation that would require businesses to accept cash. Proponents say cashless stores discriminate


Seneca students shine in first Burlington County Consumer Bowl

TABERNACLE >> Seneca High School students finished third in the Burlington County Consumer Bowl Feb. 4. Jake Bruno, Johnathan Kennevan, Ethan Auty, Corrine Kent, and Katie Olson all competed in their first comsumer bowl.


All 24 New Jersey Payless ShoeSource stores to close

Payless ShoeSource is shuttering all of its 2,100 remaining stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico – including all 24 stores in New Jersey. The Topeka, Kansas-based chain said Friday it will hold liquidation sales starting Sunday and wind down its e-commerce operations. All stores will remain open until


Sen. Troy Singleton speaks at Rowan College at Burlington County during Black History Month celebration

“Black History Month is every month in my life, because I don’t get a month off from being black, but for all of us — it’s a celebration of our diversity and our strength that makes us who we are.”


New Jersey woman strips and attacks cops

Did you see this story from Galloway Township in Atlantic County? A 26 year old woman, Rhiannon V. Thompson, had quite the interesting night. Police were talking to her after being called about a noise complaint about her house she just stripped and started assaulting the officers, according to the


Russell: Bryce Harper has made his decision

The Bryce Harper Sweepstakes will soon come to an end. Harper has reportedly made his division and is ready to celebrate a signing, according to 106.7 The Fan's Chris Russell. "Maybe I took a little bit of a leap of faith here based on some indications I got from a real good source," Russell told 94


Police: Trenton Man Made Accused Of Making 17 ‘Swatting’ Hoax Emergency Calls

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — A Trenton man has been charged in a series of fake emergency calls. Twenty-two-year-old Treyvon Holt is accused of causing chaos in Florence and Hamilton Township.


New Jersey couple gives birth to three bundles of love on Valentine's Day

VOORHEES, N.J. (WPVI) -- It was a life transforming Valentine's Day for Alicia and Jim Brown of Franklinville, New Jersey. The couple always knew they were having three girls, but didn't expect them to arrive so soon.


Philly DA’s Office: Judge’s ruling in Mumia Abu-Jamal case was too broad

The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office on Friday said that it appealed a recent ruling beneficial to convicted cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal because it was concerned that the opinion — which would allow Abu-Jamal to reargue his appeal before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court — was too broad and could


2 water main breaks cause traffic delays in East Falls area

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- It's a double headache in East Falls as residents and businesses on three city blocks were without water after two water mains broke on Friday morning. A broken 12-inch main is responsible for the leak and a slew of road closures just before the morning rush.