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Four administrators who worked in Camden schools have sued the district, alleging that they were forced to leave their jobs under false pretenses.
TODAY'S SOUTH JERSEY NEWS
Beads are banging and tulle rules!
Saturday marks the Goodwill store in Pennsauken's eighth annual Valentine's Bridal Sale Extravaganza, also known as the running of the brides.
In Gloucester City, history waits just beneath the surface, and roots run deep.
Consider the latest undertaking by entrepreneur Tom Monahan, who resurrected a venerable taproom at Burlington and Hudson as Max's Seafood Cafe 15 years ago, and is re-creating a vintage South Jersey dining brand a block away.
A bitter wind was snapping flags and rippling the Cooper River on Wednesday as Jamie Stack strode the snow-clad riverbank toward a chain-link fence.
OTHER SOUTH JERSEY NEWS FROM TODAY'S INQUIRER
In Camden, former assemblyman returns to Council seat
Former Assemblyman Angel Fuentes, who served for 16 years on Camden's City Council, is returning to his old job.
Council voted Tuesday night to return Fuentes to the board to fill the vacancy left by Arthur Barclay, who resigned at the end of last year after he was elected to a Fifth District Assembly seat. Fuentes had occupied the same Assembly seat until last summer.
Camden cops cleared in fatal shooting
The Camden County Prosecutor's Office said Tuesday that the fatal shooting last July by Camden County Police officers of a man holding a BB gun was justified, a ruling that frustrated the man's family.
Chirping birds blamed for fatal stabbing
A Camden County man faces up to 30 years in prison after a jury convicted him of killing his neighbor during an argument in 2012 about the neighbor's birds' chirping loudly.
Helena Pinto, manager for Binswanger firm
Helena Hoffman Pinto, 66, of Burlington Township, an award-winning senior transaction manager for Binswanger, the Philadelphia commercial real estate firm, died of lung cancer Saturday, Feb. 6, at Samaritan HealthCare and Hospice in Mount Holly.
Playing games, and making them, in South Jersey
A "terrible" little card game named Pixel Lincoln launched Jason Tagmire's career a decade ago.
"I had no experience as a game designer," recalls Tagmire, 36, a father of three, who grew up loving math, making music, and playing Monopoly and Nintendo.
'This is going to change Margate forever'
ATLANTIC CITY - As a new-moon high tide Monday pushed flood waters into nearby streets again, a judge listened to final arguments over whether he should allow the state to condemn 87 lots owned by the City of Margate in order to proceed with a Shore-protection dune project.
New partnerships for Camden's 'Renaissance' schools
The operators of Camden's "Renaissance" charter schools said Monday that they had formed community benefit agreements to provide health screenings, adult education classes, legal seminars, and other services to city residents.
Albert Reeves, Riverton fire chief
Albert M. Reeves, 88, of Riverton, chief of the Riverton Fire Company from May 1972 to January 1975, died of pancreatic cancer Friday, Feb. 5, at home.
Familiar return to Camden City Council?
As Camden's City Council moves to fill a vacancy left by departing member Arthur Barclay, a familiar name has emerged as his likely successor: Angel Fuentes, who spent 16 years on Council before leaving in 2010 for an Assembly seat.
Two snowstorms to hit Philly in next 48 hours
Two separate winter storms are expected to blow into the Greater Philadelphia area over the next 48 hours, with light snow expected in metro Philadelphia late Monday night and early Tuesday morning.
Promised Mount Holly Gardens houses still not ready
Promised Mount Holly Gardens houses not ready.
Leona Wright, then a feisty 94-year-old Bible school teacher, was beaming.
It was November 2013 and Wright and her longtime neighbors had just learned that they would not have to move out of the Mount Holly Gardens, after all.
Cherry Hill eyes redevelopment
Kapil Wadera lifted the lid of a domed chafing dish, and a cloud of cumin, onion, and coriander rose at Cherry Hill's Palace of Asia restaurant.