Triton Pleas, Armored Vehicle Purchase Top Local News
Also this past week in Gloucester Township, a new councilwoman was named, the Camden diocese's new bishop was installed in town and more.
Two Triton Regional High School teachers will possibly serve just 30 days under house arrest after entering guilty pleas Monday afternoon in connection with a teacher-student sex scandal that rocked the Runnemede school last fall.
Gloucester Township officials on Wednesday opened the lone bid received for a contract to provide the Police Department with an armored rescue vehicle.
It's the armored rescue vehicle that's been getting all the attention, but Gloucester Township Council approved several other vehicle purchases this past week.
Township Council chose Michelle Winters from a list of four residents nominated by the Gloucester Township Democrat Committee to complete what remains of Michelle Gentek's four-year term.
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The Camden Diocese officially has a new bishop after Dennis Sullivan was installed Tuesday before a full church of supporters in Gloucester Township.
A Pennsylvania man charged with driving while intoxicated hit speeds in excess of 120 mph as he traveled along Route 42 in Gloucester Township, according to police.
While a second-place finish in a four-team competition normally wouldn't be that big of a deal, it was for the Highland squad, as it was the school's first cheerleading competition in four years.
From the moment D’Nicole Salon manager Dina Talvacchio heard Gloucester Township Girl Scouts Troop 30440 wanted to donate hair for wigs for women fighting cancer, she was ready to donate her salon’s time and space.
These are just a few of the many stories Gloucester Township Patch brought you last week. Scroll through our news archives for the full list.
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