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Medford Renames Park To Honor One Of Its Most Famous DoctorsTown Council approved a measure to rename Cranberry Park in the center of town to Dr. James Still Park.
Puppy Found Frozen To Death Sparks Outrage In Atlantic CountyTwo dogs died as a result of being left in the cold and Atlantic County officials and residents are looking to make changes.
Residents Near Tullytown Landfill About To Get Some ReliefThose complaining of the stench from the Tullytown Landfill are about to get some relief. The operator Waste Management has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit which includes spending $600,000 on deodorizing equipment and creating a $1.4M compensation fund.
Brewery Opening In Pitman (A Dry Town), New JerseyIf you visit the Borough of Pitman’s website you’ll learn since forming in 1905,“Pitman is a dry town with no liquor stores and no liquor licenses issued." But starting soon, you can swat those mosquitoes with a legally purchased beer in your hand.
Burlington Township Employees Who Refused Flu Shots Fear They'll Lose Their JobsThree employees at the Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey say they’ve been disciplined and may lose their jobs for refusing to comply with a mandated flu shot policy
Vultures Are Taking Over One Delaware NeighborhoodVultures are perching all over homes in Felton, Delaware's Chimney Hill neighborhood.
Mischief Night Is Being Transformed In CamdenYears ago, Mischief Night in Camden was full of violence and property destruction. Officials are hoping to keep all that in the past and they're focused tonight on Camden's kids.
3 Years After Hurricane Sandy, One Survivor Has Finally Found Closure Three years ago Hurricane Sandy cut a path of destruction along the Jersey shore that lingers even to this day.
National Weather Service Confirms EF-0 Tornado In New Castle County, Del.George Murray is happy to be alive after last night’s thunderstorm destroyed the back of his mobile home
Demolition Underway On Several Dilapidated Motels Outside Atlantic CityDemolition began this week on several empty motels along the Black Horse Pike, marking the end of an era many are happy to forget in the section of Egg Harbor Township known as West Atlantic City.
Loss Of Power Costing Some Small Businesses Hundreds Of Thousands Of Dollars In South JerseyThe continued power outages caused by Tuesday’s thunderstorms are costing some area businesses a lot of money.
NJ Police Investigate After Noose Found Inside Trash Truck By Black EmployeePolice are investigating the origin of a noose discovered inside an Atlantic County trash truck by a black employee.

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