Week in Review: Champion Chargers, Robbery Arrests
Do you know why Gloucester Twp. needs a new council member, who was charged in a rash of robberies and, most importantly, when Santa is coming? It's all in our Week in Review.
It was a positive blowout for the two-time South Jersey Group 4 champion Chargers. Get the keys to the game.
After getting the boot earlier this year, the revamped Gloucester Township EMS Alliance was the only entity that wants to handle the town’s emergency medical services next year.
A glut of gas station and convenience store robberies has happened around South Jersey lately. Police think they have their man—and his alleged teen accomplice—in several of them.
The 18-year-old previously attended the school district’s Twilight night school program.
Who do you think should replace the councilwoman as she heads to the Camden County Board of Freeholders?
Find out when Santa Claus is comin’ to town.
Police say the suspect made one bad decision (lying about being robbed) on top of another (spending his paycheck on prescription drugs).
As residents continue to protest noise and safety concerns from a nearby gun range, the town could spend $10,000 on the issue.
Turn in your unwanted guns for money in Camden on two upcoming dates.
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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