Local News

July 4, 2017

DEAL DONE: BUDGET APPROVED, STATE OPENS FOR BUSINESS

The State of New Jersey is back open for business. Governor Christie signed a new $34.7 billion budget into law early Tuesday morning that restores all state services, including the re-opening of all state-run parks and beaches. State-run recreationa...
July 3, 2017

REPORT: BRIDGETON PAYS OVER A HALF MILLION IN POLICE CLAIMS

The city of Bridgeton has paid out $550,000 to five female city employees who say they were the victim of sexual harassment from city police officer Angel Santiago and his twin brother, Luis. NJ.com says Angel Santiago made dozens of unwelcome advanc...
July 3, 2017

CUSTOMERS ANGRY AT STATE AFTER MVC CLOSURES MONDAY

New Jersey residents are angry with the state after they went to Motor Vehicle Commission offices Monday and found them closed. Residents had to conduct services typical with the change of a month but were locked out. The earliest the offices could p...
July 3, 2017

LOWER TOWNSHIP POLICE NAB TWO FOR DRIVING STOLEN VEHICLE

Lower Township Police have nabbed two Camden residents who ditched a stolen car behind a home located on Shirley Avenue. Police announced that 28 year old Jaron J. Corbett and 26 year old Daniel D. Watts allegedly were driving a car that was reported stolen from Mt. Holly when they were captured in the Township [...]