Cumberland County

“Cumberland county is located in south New Jersey. Cumberland county has 483.70 square miles of land area and 193.92 square miles of water area. As of 2010, the total Cumberland county population is 156,898, which has grown 7.14% since 2000.” USA.com

BRIDGETON — A Cumberland County grand jury indicted a Bridgeton man for allegedly setting fire to a former bowling alley, according to the prosecutor’s office. Todd Lloyd (file photo)Don E. Woods | For NJ.com  New Jersey State Police arrested Todd Lloyd, 26, of East Commerce Street, …

For more than 600 New Jersey families, this past week’s conviction of Barry Cadden in a Boston courtroom brings some degree of justice after an ugly incident that demonstrates the devastation that inadequate regulation in health care can create. If Cadden’s name is not familiar, …

Paul Stankard, the peerless glass paperweight artist from Mantua, discusses his third book, “Studio Craft as Career; Guide to Achieving Excellence in Art-Making,” at the Gloucester County Public Library, Tuesday, March 28, 7 p.m. Bob Shryocknj.com  Stankard, whose work is exhibited in museums and private …

CLAYTON — Authorities Saturday continued their search for the killer of Kenneth Bernard Mosley who was shot to death as he sat inside his girlfriend’s home. Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office Spokesman Bernie Weisenfeld said that there had been no new developments — including any arrests …

MILLVILLE — For the first time in its 50-year history, Cumberland County College has expanded past its Vineland campus. Officials led a tour of the new Arts and Innovation Center building Friday — showing off the new facility in Millville’s downtown district. The 21,000-square-foot, two-story facility is …

By Lorraine Kiefer Mother Nature sure can surprise us. The past few weeks of bitter cold, wind, snow and ice were not what anyone wanted to see the week before spring. Well, spring has officially arrived and hopefully we can plant the garden.  Our son …

Every Saturday, the South Jersey Times cheers those who make our area a better place in which to live and jeers those whose actions merit derision. CHEERS: To well-deserved honors for retiring law enforcement officers. Three of Salem County’s K-9 officers were recognized recently by …

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