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Cherry Hill Public Library asking for donations to new ‘tool library’

New public service to help residents discover their green thumb and more.

Local ShopRites to partner with Operation Yellow Ribbon for military care package collection

Volunteers will be at Ravitz Family Markets owned ShopRites in Cherry Hill, Marlton and Mt. Laurel on select dates, and the stores will take donations at their registers.

Animal rescue seeks space to expand efforts

Cantor Scott Borsky was never a “cat person.” He considered himself an animal lover and dog person, but he’d never taken care of a...

Cherry Hill PD encouraging residents to ‘Click it’ or face a ticket

Law enforcement officers from the Cherry Hill Police Department will join with police from around the country in cracking down on unbuckled motorists and...

Cherry Hill East captures elusive sectional championship

From the moment the Cougars took the court, it felt like their fortune was going to change. The mid-May sun blanketed the tennis courts...

Obituary: Patricia Lynne Hertzog

Patricia Lynne Hertzog (nee Boyd), a lifelong Cherry Hill resident, passed away on May 17 at the age of 76. She was the beloved...

Mayor to sign proclamation for gun violence awareness

Cherry Hill Mayor Chuck Cahn is signing a proclamation on Tuesday, May 28, declaring Friday, June 7, as National Gun Violence Awareness Day, and...

Cherry Hill retirement facility celebrates longevity of residents

Six women honored for reaching their centenaries.

Cherry Hill PD seek assistance identifying alleged sexual assault perpetrator

The Cherry Hill Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying the male in the above photo. The male is a suspect in a sexual...

Cherry Hill Police Department to expand services into motor vehicle agency

Boost in safety arrives due to increase in state funds.
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