‘Open Secret’ Brothel Arrest, Abducted Toddler Top Regional News
Also this week in South Jersey, a boy's valiant fight against a rare disease inspires, a local priest who knows the new Pope Francis shares his thoughts and two ex-teachers are sentenced for relationships with students.
These stories topped the news this week on our South Jersey Patch sites—Cherry Hill, Cinnaminson, Collingswood, Gloucester Township, Haddonfield-Haddon Township, Moorestown and West Deptford.
If you drove down Oak Avenue and had to guess which house was hiding an alleged brothel, you’d probably point your finger right at Michael Clarke’s place, just a few hundred yards from Church Road.
One-year-old Anyla Moore, who was reportedly abducted from her Gloucester Township day care Wednesday, was found unharmed the same night. Her father was charged and jailed in the alleged kidnapping.
'...This incident is going to be the one thing you're remembered for,' a judge tells Jeffrey Logandro and Daniel Michielli, both of Blackwood, as they're sentenced in a Camden courtroom Friday.
Seven-year-old Sean Fischel was always smiling. Even when he was laid up in a hospital bed, clinging desperately to life, he found a way to appreciate life and the love around him.
The Rev. Felipe Doldan of the Infant Jesus Parish is probably one of a handful of people in South Jersey to have had personal contact with Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, the newly appointed Pope Francis.
Collingswood Restaurant Week starts Sunday—a great week for “foodaholics” who like to try out new places on the cheap.
Haddon Township is sponsoring a St. Paddy's pub crawl on Sunday between eight local bars and restaurants.
The Cinnaminson diner formerly known as Harvest is expected to reopen sometime in June, if the new owners have their way.
Haddon Township Mayor Randy Teague said he wants to "slow down" a proposal to establish a redevelopment zone near the Black Horse Pike and Walnut Avenue.
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