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Camden County Doctor Loses License After Being Deemed An ‘Easy Mark’ For Drug Seeking Patients

Dr. Adam C. Gilliss has had his medical license revoked by the New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners.

07/23/2015

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Mother Killed, Daughter Wounded In Merchantville Stabbing

Investigators say Suzanne Durocher was killed and her 22-year-old daughter wounded when the daughter confronted her boyfriend in the Durocher home about 10:30pm.

11/14/2013

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Charges Filed In Fatal Auto Accident In Merchantville

Charges have been filed relating to a fatal accident that killed a mother and her daughter in Camden County last week.

02/06/2013

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Driver Of Car That Killed Mother, Daughter In Merchantville Was Traveling Up To 100 MPH

Camden County officials have released more information on a Thursday crash that killed a mother and her daughter in Merchantville.

02/01/2013

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2 Dead, 2 Critically Injured After Accident In Merchantville, NJ

The accident happened at Chapel Avenue between Russell Avenue and Victoria Street near the Merchantville circle.

01/31/2013

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Talk Of Merger Between 2 New Jersey Towns Has Been Put On Hold

The discussion of a possible merger between Cherry Hill and Merchantville has been put on hold.

09/09/2012

2nd Suspect Admits Guilt In Camden Torture Killing

A second suspect has admitted a role in the brutal 2010 slaying of a couple in Camden.

04/08/2011

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South Jersey Towns Look For Bigger, Better Trash Deal

Having already struck a deal to combine their trash collection, three towns in South Jersey, along with a fourth, turn their sights on trash disposal.

03/31/2011

(Cherry Hill mayor Bernie Platt making Wednesday's announcement of shared trash contracting.)

Three South Jersey Towns Save $$ With Shared Trash Pickups

Three South Jersey municipalities are talkin’ trash — and leveraging savings — by combining their refuse collection services.

10/13/2010