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Snow blankets Philly area in prelude to major winter storm; what to expect this weekend

Snow that fell overnight is moving out of the Philadelphia area. The snowfall is only a prelude to a bigger, more complicated winter storm that will hit the region starting Saturday. Here’s the latest on the impact of Friday morning’s snow.

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BREAKING NEW JERSEY: Governor Murphy Orders State of Emergency for Saturday's Snowstorm

Governor Phil Murphy has issued a state of emergency for the entire New Jersey beginning at noon Saturday due to a snowstorm that expected to drop a significant amount of snow in the region.

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They're known for huge portions and all-day brunch and they just opened in N.J.

Chicken and waffles. Photo provided by Hash House A Go Go. Eating, drinking and being merry appears to be on the menu for coming attractions at the Moorestown Mall. Hash House A Go Go takes the farm to fork model and gives it a twist when it opens its first restaurant in New Jersey on Thursday.

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Gov. Phil Murphy declares state of emergency for New Jersey starting at noon

NEW JERSEY (WPVI) -- New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced Friday afternoon that he is issuing a State of Emergency for the entire state effective 12 p.m. Saturday ahead of the impending weekend storm.

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Woman critical, man injured in Camden shooting

CAMDEN, N.J. (WPVI) -- Gunfire injured a woman and at least one man in Camden, New Jersey. Police rushed to the 2900 block of Hartford Road late Thursday night. The victims were taken to Cooper University Hospital.

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Hash House A Go Go opens 1st N.J. location

MOORESTOWN, N.J. (WPVI) -- A new restaurant that opened Thursday in Moorestown may be giving the Jersey diner culture a run for its money. Hash House A Go Go is known for its oversized portions of everything from scrambles to burgers and signature coffees and cocktails.

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New Jersey braces for first winter storm of 2019

New Jersey residents are bracing for the first significant winter storm of 2019. Parts of the state are expected to receive more than half a foot of snow and a potentially dangerous accumulation of ice over the weekend.

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Century Of Excellence: Lutheran Crossings Celebrates Centenarians

MOORESTOWN, NJ — Lutheran Crossings at Moorestown kicked off the year by celebrating its residents who are 100 or who will turn 100 in 2019. Community Life Director & Volunteer Coordinator, Saralynne McDowell spearheaded the Century of Life Celebration on Jan. 4.

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Hundreds Of Strangers Show Up At Funeral To Honor New Jersey Veteran Who Died Without Any Family

WRIGHTSTOWN, N.J. (CBS) — Flying flags and wearing everything from biker jackets to dress suits, a large, diverse crowd assembled Friday to say farewell to a man they never knew. Last month, 77-year-old Peter Turnpu died alone in his Waterford home.

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Gunfire inside a Camden home wounds 3

Three people were wounded Thursday night in a shooting on Hartford Road in Camden, authorities confirmed. The incident occurred in a home shortly before 10:30 p.m. All three were transported to Cooper University Hospital and no fatalities were reported.

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Burlington County extends ‘Code Blue’ weather emergency through Jan. 22

Burlington County announced today that the County Health Department, in concurrence with the County Office of Emergency Management, has extended the current Code Blue Weather Emergency until 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 22, due to the extreme cold temperatures forecasted.

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Moorestown weighs adding full-day kindergarten, reconfiguring schools

MOORESTOWN — It started as a discussion about full-day kindergarten. From there, the conversation grew to include early childhood education, school efficiencies, a safety and security overview and grade-level distribution throughout the district.

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Suspicious death under investigation in Gloucester City

GLOUCESTER CITY, N.J. (WPVI) -- Police are investigating a suspicious death in Camden County, New Jersey. Authorities were called to the scene just off the 1400 block of Crescent Boulevard in Gloucester City.

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MLK events in Burlington County

Schools across Burlington County are teaching students about the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life with readings, educational videos, presentations and performances, and in-school service projects. Churches and other groups also will be honoring King during the nationally celebrated holiday on Mond

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Weichert recognized for December performance

Josh Wilton, regional vice president of Weichert, Realtors, announced that the Moorestown office and one of its top-producing sales associates were recognized for exceptional industry performance in December.

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Police ID Camden Man Stabbed to Death in Gloucester City

Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Gloucester City Police Chief Brian Morrell reported a homicide in the Gloucester City last night. Gloucester City Police responded to the 700 block of Bertwood Avenue in Gloucester City at approximately 7:58 p.m. for reports of a injured man.

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Joe Italiano's Maplewood Opens At Moorestown Mall

MOORESTOWN, NJ - An Italian restaurant that has operated in Atlantic County for 75 years now has a location in Moorestown. South Jersey favorite Joe Italiano's Maplewood recently opened at the Moorestown Mall, mall officials announced. The restaurant occupies 8,600 square feet of space. This is its

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Philadelphia, Camden police investigate shootings

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Police on both sides of the Delaware River are investigating shootings that happened Thursday. One of those shootings was fatal. In Camden, police say several people were shot on Hartford Road near North Chesapeake Road around 11 p.m. All of the victims were taken for

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Burlington County Waives Fees For Furloughed Government Workers

All fees for services provided by the Burlington County Clerk's Office and animal adoptions at the Burlington County Animal Shelter are being waived for furloughed federal government employees amid the ongoing government shutdown, county officials announced.

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Camden County Sheriff Adds Four Names to “Most Wanted” List

The Camden County Sheriff’s Department’s “most wanted” list has a new look to it. After four names were taken off the list with their captures over the past two weeks, four new names were added. They include: Donald Miller who is wanted on a bond violation, Charles Newton who is wanted for alleged b

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