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Moorestown's Symbolic Run for Boston, Reaction to Bombing Top Local News

Also, read about Moorestown grad Pete Kingston's own brush with tragedy at the Marathon and a Mount Laurel man who allegedly accepted a ride from police, then had a weird way of saying 'Thank you.'

Moorestown Alum in Boston Marathon 'Just Flat-Out Angry' About Bombing

Pete Kingston missed the explosions at the finish line of the Boston Marathon by mere minutes.

Moorestown Teen 'Getting Stronger Every Day' Following Accident

Brianna Wittman's recovery from last year's tragic car crash hasn't been easy—but faith, friends and family are carrying her through. Now find out how you can help. 

Moorestown Runners Show Support for Boston Victims

Roughly 100 people ran a 'silent mile' at Moorestown High School Tuesday for those affected by the tragedy in Boston. Did you run, or watch? Share your photos with us.

Mount Laurel Police say they gave a township man a ride—and he wasn't particularly grateful.

Former Moorestown Superintendent Joins '$100K Club'

Moorestown now has three former school administrators on the list. Find out who they are. 

How Did Moorestown Schools Perform in State Report?

The New Jersey School Performance Reports are out, and Moorestown looks good—but the superintendent has questions about some "anomalies."

Moorestown Man Who Pulled Out of Boston Marathon 'Saddened' by Bombing

A leg injury sidelined James Lavery just days before the race. 

Moorestown Pics & Clips

Check out our gallery of user-submitted photos to see images of the William Allen Middle School choir's performance at the Phillies game.

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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