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NJ Attorney General Investigating Police-Involved ShootingThe New Jersey Attorney General is looking into an overnight police shooting in rural Cumberland County.
2 Dogs Found, NJ Police Looking For Their OwnersMillville police are trying to reunite two dogs with their owners.
Officials: Forest Fire 90 Percent Contained In New JerseyNo word on the cause of the fire.
Storm Leave Path Of Damage Across South JerseyStrong storms moved through the region Wednesday night.
Crews Battle Three Alarm Fire In Cumberland CountyAuthorities say this started around 6:30 Saturday night.
Feast For The Eyes At Cumberland County's Winter Eagle FestivalIt's a conservation success story: the resurgence of the Bald Eagle. The national bird, along with other native birds of prey, will be celebrated and seen Saturday at the 16th annual Cumberland County Winter Eagle Festival.
Flames Rip Through Historic Tavern In Cumberland CountyThe fire broke out around 5 a.m. Monday at the Hillcrest Tavern and Coach Room in the unit block of West Broad Street in Bridgeton and quickly grew to three-alarms.
Cumberland County SPCA: Dog Recovering After Being Stabbed In The NeckA Cumberland County man has reportedly been arrested in connection with a horrible case of animal cruelty.
Suspect Temporarily Escapes Police Custody In Cumberland CountyAuthorities say Lockley was placed back in police custody just before 4 p.m.
Some Pennsylvania Voters Say 'Yes' To Liquor SalesThe measure to allow liquor licenses for restaurants and bars was overwhelmingly approved in Upper Allen Township. The Cumberland County community has been dry since Prohibition.
Cops: 'Most Wanted' Female Arrested After Posting 'Catch Me If You Can' On FacebookThirty-year-old Jessica L. Dakins was reportedly listed as the week’s Most Wanted in various local newspapers on warrants for failure to appear in court.
With The Fifth Property Tax Increase In Six Years, Cumberland County Officials Plan To Evict ThemselvesFaced with a shrinking tax-base and the fifth property tax increase over the last six years, Cumberland County officials are taking the unusual approach of self-eviction.

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