Drag queens will read to kids at Cherry Hill library, and it sounds like fun

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UPDATED THURSDAY, JUNE 1 at 10:30 AM The Cherry Hill Public Library plans to host "Drag Queen Story Time" to celebrate LGBT Pride Month. A... Read more

Video: Laughter as house that survived the Revolutionary War is destroyed to make way for freeway project

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It took less than 10 minutes for a wrecking machine to pulverize a historic South Jersey house that survived the Revolutionary War. A video... Read more

Is an 11th-hour preservation nod a boost for 'Save Camden High' campaign?

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Preservation New Jersey has named Camden High School to its 2017 list of the “10 Most Endangered” sites of architectural and historical... Read more

In Willingboro, Rep. MacArthur goes to town hall hell

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Outside U.S. Rep. Tom MacArthur’s town hall event Wednesday in Willingboro, a guy in a papier-mâché Donald Trump mask watched... Read more

A Cherry Hill man's quest for a new kidney

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Jeffrey Hyman says he isn’t the sort of guy who “just sits by and lets things happen.” Which is good, because the 65-year-old... Read more

In sign spat, Haddon Heights sees the writing on the lawn

Haddon Heights officials say a "confusing hodgepodge" of borough sign regulations likely will be revised or replaced after a controversy about... Read more

Like downtown, Camden neighborhood doesn't want methadone clinic

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"City Invincible" T-shirts are a popular product made by Camden Printworks at Broadway and Webster Street. But owner Adam Woods worries that... Read more

Defenders of demolished Revolutionary War house in N.J. vow to fight on .

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Still reeling from the stealthy, state-sponsored demolition of a Revolutionary War-era house in Bellmawr, the Camden County Historical Society... Read more