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One eyewitness described experiencing a high-frequency noise on the scene. Authorities are still investigating.
The restaurant will be open to the public from 9 a.m. to noon on April 13, and the list of equipment available is extensive.
Potter Eric Wolff said that inviting people into his space affords them a chance to connect with his work.
The one-day public tour of 18 artists' home studios and workshops in Collingswood, Haddonfield, Haddon Township and Oaklyn will be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday.
The New Jersey State Senate president said the national attention being paid to Rutgers over the scandal is an embarrassment.
Road crews worked to repair the mess just after rush hour on Thursday morning.
It took a while to track down 29-year-old Aleisha Schaefer, but she was eventually slapped with a disorderly persons offense.
Collingswood police initially believed Zedrick T. Johnson of Willingboro to have been unconnected with the Collingswood crimes. Johnson was captured Feb. 22 in connection with a murder in his hometown.
Film crews are capturing the remodeling of DiBartolo Bakery, attracting curious onlookers. Owner Mike DiBartolo says the change will help him update his business.
Collingswood Police say Dwayne Hird, 33, was traveling with what they believe was crack-cocaine.
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