There’s some unusual “traffic” on the streets of Pennsauken.
It doesn’t take long driving through South Jersey to see it’s been a tough winter on the roads.
The school, which opened in 1962, says the closure is due to financial difficulties caused by declining student enrollment.
Many of us stay inside in this kind of weather, but those who make their living outdoors have to brave the blast.
The real world has not caught up yet with “Star Wars” and its talking, thinking robots, but some of the most sophisticated units that exist are heading to Florida this week for a Defense Department competition.
Officials say the last stage of construction will include the bridge amenities including, new sidewalk and staircase. According to the DOT, the project remains on schedule for completion this winter.
One man was taken to the hospital following a fire that broke out at a house in Pennsauken Sunday afternoon.
The accident was reported at about 11 p.m. near N. 41st Street.
Pennsauken police say that the fire broke out in a residence on Maple Avenue around 5 a.m.
Crews are on the scene of a car fire on the Admiral Wilson Boulevard near Pennsauken.
A southern New Jersey municipal public defender and court translator have been accused of using their positions to take $800 from a man who spoke little English.
The mother was sentenced to three years probation.
It is a violent group that so far has gotten away with stealing hundreds of dollars. Police are concerned the suspects might attack again.
June has been a very wet month around here. So wet, in fact, it’s prompted an early start to efforts in South Jersey to keep the mosquito population in check.
Police are releasing the identities of two people who were shot and killed in an apparent murder-suicide on Tuesday.