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Wallet-Busting Budget, Compelled Civility Top Local News

Also this week in Moorestown, half of the town is a construction zone, your pet can go down in Moorestown infamy and police zero in on a man wanted for murder in Burlington County.

First Look at '13 Budget 'Doesn't Sit Well' with Council

Town council got its first look at this year’s budget Tuesday night, and it wasn’t pretty. 

Civility 'Code' Aimed at Improving Council Discourse

“Civility” is not a word one often associates with government in today’s toxic political environment. Councilman Greg Newcomer is hoping to change all that—in Moorestown, at least.

Wesley Bishop Field Project Addition Rejected

Town council shot down an addition to the Wesley Bishop North field project Monday, wary of increasing the cost of the project without private dollars to fund it.

Murder Suspect Arrested After 12-Day Manhunt

A man wanted for allegedly beating a gas station attendant to death, then robbing a Delran gas station days later, was captured in Camden Friday morning following a 12-day manhunt.  

Major Construction Underway All Over Moorestown

A theater, a town hall, athletic fields, an office building and more—stuff's going up all across town.

Councilman's Cop Brother Saves Woman from Fire

The quiet heroics of a Cinnaminson police officer likely prevented a tragedy.

Major Construction Underway All Over Moorestown

These days it seems like half of Moorestown is under construction.

Make Your Pet a Celebrity

Your dog or cat or gerbil can be a cover girl (or boy) with Moorestown Community House’s Pets of Moorestown calendar.

Calling All Artists—Help Sustainable Moorestown Find a Logo

Fancy yourself an artist? Sustainable Moorestown is looking for a logo and could use your help.

“For the first time, we are able to give the public a sense of the current crime picture in their area,” said Colonel Rick Fuentes, superintendent of the New Jersey State Police.

Poll Shows Chris Christie Has Huge Lead in Governor's Race

Gov. Chris Christie is the best person to lead New Jersey over the next four years, according to voters polled in a survey released this week by Quinnipiac University.

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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