Officials say on July 24, the skunk entered the yard and made contact with the family dog.
Christina Urlich, Christopher Buete, Nicholas Redrow and Brittany Scott volunteered to help find 61-year-old James Wharton after Winslow Twp. Police reported him missing on Tuesday morning.
Officials say a 60-year-old Bellmawr resident has been confirmed as Camden County’s first case of West Nile Virus this year.
Dr. Adam C. Gilliss has had his medical license revoked by the New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners.
Officials say Michael D. Watts, 43, is accused of luring a 20-year-old Texas woman to New Jersey by promising her a modeling job.
An Excessive Heat Advisory has been issued for Philadelphia and a Heat Advisory has been issued for Camden County, New Jersey for Sunday, July 19.
The Christie Administration is pondering a possible disaster declaration in the wake of Tuesday’s storm in sections of South Jersey.
High winds from last night’s storm knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of people, and many outages remain this morning.
Officials say 39-year-old John Tracy, of Gloucester Township, is accused of robbing the Rite aid on the 1400 block of Chews Landing Road around 9:40 a.m. Monday.
Saving energy and money – that’s the goal of a program in Camden County where LED bulbs will be installed at nearly 1,000 existing street fixtures.
Residents of Camden County now have a new tool in protecting their valuables — an invisible plant-based DNA marking kit that could help get stolen property returned to owners.
Camden Co. Officials Warn Of Potentially Lethal Drugs Believed Responsible For More Than 50 Overdoses, Including 4 Fatalities
Since June 1st, officials say four people have died and more than 50 have overdosed in the county. Three of the fatal overdoses involved glassines/wax folds marked “Best Buy,” which reportedly contained fentanyl.
Anyone with information is urged to contact authorities at (856) 964-4759 or call 911.
Anyone with information about these suspects should call the Camden County Police Department tip line at: (856) 757-7042.
Authorities in Camden County are investigating after three cars in the area were vandalized.