5 Injured After Car And School Bus Collide In Cinnaminson It happened at Route 130 and Riverton Road in Cinnaminson Friday afternoon.
Train And Car Collide In Burlington County Police are investigating an accident involving a train and a car in Burlington County.
Police In Camden County Renewing Efforts To Find Out Who Killed Mother Of 3Twenty-nine-year-old Jacqueline Flowers, of Cinnaminson, was shot multiple times on the 400 block of Spruce Street in Camden back on June 16, 2012.
Cinnaminson Man Arrested After More Than 22 Years On The Run A Cinnaminson, New Jersey man who was on the run for more than 22 years was arrested earlier this month in Boswell, Pennsylvania.
Trio Charged With Additional Holdups In South Jersey Armed Robbery SpreeThree Cinnaminson residents arrested last week for armed robbery have been charged with additional holdups over the last month in Maple Shade, authorities announced Friday.
Industrial Rescue In Burlington CountyOne person was reportedly injured on an industrial lift in Cinnaminson.
Husband Charged With Fatally Stabbing His Wife In CinnaminsonThe Burlington County Prosecutor has announced that the husband of Laura Coggins, 81, has been charged with her murder.
Police In South Jersey Investigating Suspicious Death Of Elderly WomanLaw enforcement officials say the death does not appear to be a random act of violence nor is the public at risk.
UPDATE: Mother, 2 Children Tied Up In Cinnaminson Home Invasion RobberyCinnaminson police say the incident happened at about 3 p.m. along the 900 block of Union Landing Road.
2 Former NJ Sewage Workers Plead Guilty In ProbeTwo former employees of a southern New Jersey sewerage authority have pleaded guilty to using their jobs for personal financial gain.
Suspect Assaults Female Shopper Inside South Jersey Store, Steals Victim’s CarPolice are searching for a suspect who assaulted a woman shopping inside a South Jersey store before he stole her car.
Good Samaritans Help Rescue Siblings From Burning Burlington County HomeTwo grown siblings who were sleeping upstairs in their Moorestown home Wednesday morning are lucky to have survived a fire that officials say started downstairs but spread to the attic.