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South Jersey Teen Arrested For Allegedly Sneaking Into Firefly Festival Then Posting How-to Video Online

Eighteen-year-old Sam Moeller, of Moorestown, was arrested for allegedly sneaking into the Dover, Delaware festival last weekend then posting a video called “Cameras Allowed: How To Actually Sneak into a Music Festival” to his YouTube account.


Chopper 3 over the scene at the 500 block of Irving Court in Moorestown, Burlington County. (credit: Chopper 3)

Crews Battle House Fire In Moorestown

The fire was reported Monday night at the 500 block of Irving Court.


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Police Announce Surveillance Camera Registration Program In Moorestown

Police in Moorestown, New Jersey have announced a residential and commercial surveillance camera registration program to fight crime.


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Gov. Christie At Town Hall Meeting: ‘We Can No Longer Afford Defined Benefit Pension Systems’

In his first town hall meeting since last August, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie described public pension liabilities as an unfunded problem that could reach disaster status in less than a decade.


Scene of reported shooting at business in Moorestown, New Jersey on February 23, 2015. (credit: CBS)

Cops: Dispute Between 2 Employees Turns Deadly At Moorestown Business

One person is dead and another is in critical condition after a dispute between two employees turned deadly at a business in South Jersey Monday morning, police said.


Moorestown, New Jersey Mayor Victoria Napolitano (credit: Victoria Napolitano)

Moorestown To Swear-In Youngest Mayor In Town’s Recent History

At 26, Victoria Napolitano could be the youngest mayor ever in Moorestown, New Jersey.


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Police Investigate String Of Burglaries In Moorestown

A string of burglaries in Moorestown, New Jersey recently have been connected to similar crimes over the summer, according to Moorestown police.


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Man Reportedly Exposed Himself To Kids On School Bus In Moorestown

Police in a Burlington County town are investigating a report that a man exposed himself to children on a school bus.



Motto Engraved On New Moorestown Library Building Translates To ‘We Second Guess All’

A motto mistake has left one library in South Jersey scrambling to explain. What they thought was inscribed on the building, wasn’t, and that led to a lot of red faces.


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String Of Burglaries In Moorestown Has Community On Edge

According to police, the latest homeowner fell victim last Friday night, becoming the eighth home hit since June.


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Burglary Spree Has Residents On High Alert In Several Burlington County Towns

The thieves have struck in Delran, Westampton and Moorestown.


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Woman Fakes Heart Attack, Then Takes $60 From Good Samaritan

A Good Samaritan might think twice about helping someone on the side of the road, after what happened to him in Mount Laurel.


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Police: Suspects Sought After $100K In Jewelry Stolen From Bucks County Department Stores

Bensalem Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two suspects wanted in connection with the theft of about $100,000 in jewelry from three local stores.


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Winter Storm Forces Gov. Christie To Declare State Of Emergency In NJ

In addition to the State of Emergency, the Governor also authorized a staggering dismissal for all non-essential state employees beginning at noon.


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Police: Man Faces Intruders Inside Burlington County Home

According to police, the residents returned home to find their front door kicked in.