Funeral Services To Be Held For 3 NJ Children Police Say Were Killed By Their MotherFuneral services will be held this Saturday for the three children police say were fatally shot by their mother last month in Tabernacle, New Jersey.
Final Member Of Family Shot In Tabernacle DiesOfficials say 11-year-old Alexander Harriman, the last surviving member of the family, passed away on Wednesday afternoon at Cooper University Hospital.
NJ Community Remembers Children Gunned Down In Tabernacle By MotherSunday evening, neighbors gathered to reflect and mourn.
Police: NJ Kids Killed In Murder-Suicide Attempt By MomA New Jersey mother shot three of her children, killing two of them, before turning the gun on herself inside the family’s home, State Police said.
Police ID Victims In Deadly Shooting Inside Burlington County HomeTwo children were killed and another child and woman are in critical condition following a shooting inside a Burlington County home, state police said.
NJ High School Students Explore Center City For Final Calculus ExamA group of about 50 students from Seneca High School in Tabernacle, New Jersey were all smiles while taking their final calculus exam.
Burlington County House Fire Sends One Volunteer Firefighter To HospitalA house fire sent one firefighter to the hospital Christmas morning.
Police Investigate Reported Deadly Shooting in TabernacleThe incident was reported around 4:30 p.m. at the unit block of Mulberry Court.
Arrest Made In Murder Of Woman Found In Woods Along Rt. 206Detectives from the New Jersey State Police have made an arrest in the murder of 47-year-old Lisa Armstrong.
One Dead, One Injured In Tabernacle CrashAccording to reports, one person is dead and another is injured after two cars collided on 78 Carranza Road in Tabernacle.
Police Identify Victim's Body Left In Wooded Area Off Of Rt. 206The victim has been identified as Lisa Armstrong, 47, of Trenton.
Authorities: South Jersey Man Drove Drunk To NJ Police StationAuthorities say a southern New Jersey man was drunk when he drove to a police station on Thanksgiving Day to pick up someone who also had been charged with DUI.