School Shooting Hoax, Manhunt for Accused Killer Top Regional News
Also this week, Duke basketball standout Brian Zoubek leaves the cream puff game, police hunt for a knife-brandishing carjacker and we introduce you to the green bean casserole's inventor.
These stories topped the news this week on our South Jersey Patch sites—Cherry Hill, Cinnaminson, Collingswood, Gloucester Township, Haddonfield-Haddon Township, Moorestown and West Deptford.
Two former Highland Regional High School students have been charged with posting to Facebook a threat to "shoot up" the Blackwood school in what police have labeled a hoax.
Zedrick Johnson, whose alleged crimes terrorized Burlington County, was captured in Camden.
Police from Camden City and Collingswood are on the lookout for a man they say carjacked two vehicles and attempted to rob a woman at knifepoint.
The former Duke basketball star shutters his Haddonfield bakery six months after opening.
The quiet heroics of a police officer likely prevented a tragedy in Cinnaminson.
Two students and a school bus driver walked away uninjured from an accident Thursday, but the driver of the other car was transported to a local hospital for pain following the bus vs. car crash.
The man charged at the center of the alleged Cinnaminson Sewerage Authority corruption died at age 54.
A Cherry Hill man and Marlton woman were caught in the act trying to burglarize a home Tuesday, and later confessed to a number of other burglaries, Cherry Hill Police said.
Did you know a South Jersey woman invented the venerable green bean casserole?
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