A Willingboro man has been indicted for murdering a gas station attendant during a robbery, Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi announced Wednesday.
A former southern New Jersey man who got $545,000 by filing fraudulent state tax returns in 2008 has been sentenced to five years in state prison.
According to acting New Jersey Attorney General John J. Hoffman, Irving Fryar and his mother conspired to steal more than $690,000.
Fire, paramedic and hazmat crews responded to the U.S. Marine Recruiting Office on Route 130 in Willingboro around 2:45 p.m.
Officials in Burlington County say a student was stabbed in an administration building Thursday afternoon.
A bruised eye is Parshotam Singh’s painful reminder of the attack he endured at the National Fuel gas station on Route 130 in Delran late Wednesday afternoon.
Zedrick T. Johnson, a 34-year-old from Willingboro, has been charged with murdering gas station worker Bal Krishna Karki during a robbery at the Lukoil gas station at Route 130 North and Charleston Road on Feb. 11th.
The fire broke out in a house in Willingboro, killing both people inside.
The Hunterdon County Medical Examiner has positively identified a body recovered from the Delaware River earlier this week as a teen who disappeared Wednesday while on a tubing trip.
Authorities are hunting for a woman wanted in two southern New Jersey bank robberies.
South Jersey patients needing long-term, acute care may be able to stay closer to home, with the expansion of Lourdes Specialty Hospital in Willingboro. The hospital has more than doubled its capacity to care for the region’s sickest patients.
It’s hardly news for a town to honor Martin Luther King Jr. by naming a street after him. But when the municipality was off-limits to black families until the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled otherwise, the rededication takes on special meaning.
A gas station attendant was shot during a robbery in Burlington County early Friday morning.
When you walk into the Shippy home in Willingboro, you can feel the love and peace. That’s something that eluded three sisters and their brother, as recently as late 2008.
A federal judicial panel is considering whether to reverse a ruling it made a week ago to declare nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis eligible to run for state Senate in New Jersey.