For two weeks in April, artists’ original work will be showcased at the John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove during their 9th annual Art Show.
The Camden County Prosecutor and Audubon Police report that a man wanted for murder was captured Friday morning.
The fire was reported at about 7:43 p.m. at the Audubon Court Apartments in the 2800 block of Egypt Road.
Audubon High School’s cheerleaders are loud and proud for the world champion Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback, Joe Flacco, who was also the game’s MVP.
A local mayor has entered into a “gentlemen’s wager” over this weekend’s Super Bowl with another mayor in California.
Audubon normally bleeds Eagles green, but not this week. “Kids are wearing Flacco jerseys, Ravens gear,” school superintendent Don Borden says.
According to police, one worker has died while cleaning the inside of a water tank in Lower Providence.
Children in hospitals across the area are getting handmade hats thanks to some senior citizens who made quite a name for themselves.
A female resident was taken to the hospital after being injured in an apartment fire in Camden County early Tuesday morning.
Flags waiving, bands playing and a wedding ceremony kicked off Audubon’s Fourth of July celebration.
Authorities are hunting for a woman wanted in two southern New Jersey bank robberies.
The high temperatures caused a highly traveled section of Route 422 to buckle yesterday afternoon.
Authorities say a Philadelphia Police officer is in critical but stable condition this morning after a woman driving a Ford Focus, struck the officer at this construction site near Jefferson Hospital.
Birders sometimes have to get up pretty early to get a glimpse of their feathered friend, but here’s word of an event for which you can sleep in.
Vandals smashed windows on more than two-dozen parked vehicles in residential neighborhoods in New Jersey earlier this week. Police in Cherry Hill, Audubon, Haddonfield, Haddon Township and Oaklyn are pursuing leads and looking for the public’s help in identifying the vandals.