Police confirm that the pharmacist was able to pull out a handgun and fired at the suspect several times.
The skunk, which was removed from the Sicklerville section of Winslow Township on September 5th, may have come into contact with a resident’s dog.
A New Jersey woman has pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old boy, then directing the boy and an 8-year-old girl to engage in a sex act that she photographed.
Prosecutors say a toddler found unconscious in an above-ground pool at a southern New Jersey home remains hospitalized in critical condition.
It still wasn’t clear Wednesday how the 23-month-old child got into the pool on Tuesday night.
An unwelcome visitor has been making the rounds in Winslow Township. A black bear has been spotted grazing, wandering through yards and getting into the garbage.
State environmental officials say two forest fires that have burned hundreds of acres in the southern New Jersey Pinelands are considered suspicious.
Three people were taken to the hospital Sunday afternoon after a fire swept through there South Jersey home.
A school administrator made nearly $300,000 in salary with five jobs last school year, paid with your tax dollars.
Voters appear to be over the rebellion they showed in last year’s school district budget elections. Unofficial results show budgets are passing in a majority of South Jersey districts.
The rain held off for workers in Sicklerville who are building a pool for free for the family of Dorothy and Chuck Beck. The Becks adopted children, ages 20-months to 21-years-old, can all benefit from water therapy in their pool.
Firefighters are investigating the cause of a blaze that erupted inside a Camden County bar Friday morning.
Camden County officials announced that an individual came forward to take responsibility for the tragic event during the early morning hours of the first day of the New Year.
Winslow township officials have lifted a “boil water” advisory, after testing found E. coli levels are no longer dangerous.
Classes were cancelled Monday for approximately 6,500 hundred students in the Winslow Township Public School System because of contaminated water in the Camden County community; however, all school employees were expected to report for work as usual.