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Subaru’s former North American headquarters in Cherry Hill will be demolished. Who will buy the property?

For Sale: 16 acres along Route 70 in Cherry Hill. The Subaru headquarters will be demolished by late spring. The town's mayor hopes to see commercial redevelopment on the property.

Camden holds off decision on law that would force makeshift memorials to be taken down after 15 days

If the city of Camden proceeds with a 15-day limit on roadside memorials, it would be the first town in New Jersey to formally regulate these makeshift tributes.

Cherry Hill East’s theater director will take a final bow after 42 years

Tom Weaver has been involved in drama productions at Cherry Hill High School East for 42 years. He worked with thousands of students and some became Broadway stars or major figures in the entertainment industry. He takes a final bow Sunday.

Makeshift memorials would be cleared after 15 days. Is that enough time to honor the dead?

A proposed law would limit the time makeshift memorials can be in public spaces to 15 days. If approved, Camden would be the first town in New Jersey to officially regulate memorials created to honor those who lost their lives to violence.

Taco Crawl hopes to connect N.J. suburbs as one community: ‘East Philly’

It's Saturday in Haddon Heights, Audubon, and Oaklyn. The organizers hope it will boost the towns economically and bring awareness to a new project to connect the communities with a walking trail.

Peace Gardens Project MKE

Peace Gardens Project MKE

Pictures from Camille Mays organization, Peace Gardens Project MKE. A group that converts memorials of fallen community members into green spaces of "peace and love."

Sister Jean’s Kitchen in Atlantic City will close Thursday. Who will feed the Shore town’s poor?

The Rev. John Scotland is hoping for a miracle to keep Atlantic City's renowned Sister Jean's Kitchen open.

After record cold, nuisance snow, could temperatures really go from 7 to 60? Forecasters say yes.

Three cold records have fallen in Philadelphia, but here comes April?

Cherry Hill woman battling cancer dies before art show debuts: ‘I’m going to paint what’s in my heart’

Lisa Semple died two weeks before her art show Faces of Cancer opened in Cherry Hill. She hoped to share -through her work - the stories of fellow cancer patients, some of them friends and family, others strangers.