Cherry Hill NJ
Kennedy Health System president Joe Devine says this is the first phase of a project that will cost $200 million overall.
The US attorney’s office says Maria Houck, 59, collected more than $54,000 in Social Security benefits and more than $110,000 from the VA between July 2005 and August 2012.
A three-judge state appeals court panel in New Jersey has freed up some $200 million that towns had set aside for affordable housing — money that the Christie administration had been trying to use for other purposes over the past few years.
Cherry Hill-based plumbing specialist Tom Hutchinson says that with recent temperatures getting down to about 11 degrees, pipes in many homes have already frozen. The trouble, he says, will come as those pipes thaw.
Cherry Hill’s ongoing recycling efforts have earned the town an accolade from the state of New Jersey, along with a nice sized check.
The new headquarters will be located on the site of a former Sears store on Admiral Wilson Boulevard, a site now controlled by Campbell’s Soup Co.
Several sources say they expect New Jersey’s Economic Development Authority to approve a ten-year tax credit plan to get carmaker Subaru of America to move its corporate headquarters from Cherry Hill to Camden.
There’s a new, interactive way to meet Santa at the Cherry Hill Mall.
After the school shooting two years ago in Newtown, Conn., some local school officials expressed a desire to move polling places out of their buildings, for security reasons.
He was first elected to Council in 1983 and served for years as Santa Claus at the Cherry Hill Mall.
Kids from across the United States are joined by teams from Great Britain and Israel at the Maccabi Games, in Cherry Hill, for sports that include basketball, swimming, lacrosse, baseball, dance, tennis, and track & field.
A Vietnamese “pho” soup restaurant opens in Fishtown, the owners of Federal Donuts start a soup kitchen for the homeless, and more!
Camden County health officials have confirmed that a bat discovered in an empty room of a Cherry Hill, NJ residence last week has tested positive for rabies.
Township officials say public safety concerns are the reason behind their decision.
For Stan Ricciuti, every day is bike to work day. For more than three decades, he’s bicycled to and from work, averaging at least 30 miles a day.