Charity Run for Teen, Gas Station Armed Robbery Top Local News

Also, get more details on next month's visit from the Wall That Heals and find out what a statewide study has to say about Moorestown's municipal website.

Community Shows Support for Moorestown Teen at 5k Fundraiser

The Run for Recovery, at Full Gospel Fellowship Church in Burlington, raised money for Brianna Wittman, who was severely injured in a car accident days before her graduation last June.

Stage Set for Traveling Memorial's Moorestown Visit

Volunteers—and spectators—are needed for the arrival of the Wall That Heals next month. 

Maple Shade Police are seeking the public's help in finding a man who used a gun to rob the Sunoco on Route 73.

Letter: 'Thank You' to Wigs for Kids Donors

Thanks to generous individuals and businesses, Moorestown High School senior Emily Lubin has collected 317 ponytails in the last decade.

Also, Moorestown Police investigate another pair of (much cheaper) vehicle thefts.

What Does Statewide Study Say About Township Website?

It's better than most, but still not good enough, according to Councilwoman Victoria Napolitano.

Longtime Moorestown Business Owner Dies

Samuel David Mayberry Sr. was the owner of Mayberry Rigger in Moorestown since 1970.

These are just a few of the many stories we published this week. Scroll through our news archive to see all of this week’s coverage.

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