Updates from the South Jersey region.
A wheelchair-accessible playground, named Jake’s Place, was built in Delran over the summer in memory of a 2-year-old boy who passed away after heart complications.
New Jersey students enrolled at any of the state’s 18 community colleges, including an estimated 125,000 Burlington County residents, could be eligible for tuition-free college thanks to the Community College Opportunity Grant.
Evesham Township’s Planning Board has given Habitat for Humanity permission to build four subsidized homes that will help families succeed in paying their mortgage and bills.
Police are looking for a woman who received change for a counterfeit $100 bill from a cab driver in Burlington Township.
The Cherry Hill Public School District is receiving backlash for its policy on student lunch debt. The policy includes refusing service if a $20 debt is accumulated.
A fire broke out at Roast Coffee in Medford that was caused by residue buildup in the exhaust pipe. The fire was extinguished with minimal damage to the business.
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Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Magazine, Volume 16, Issue 6 (September 2019).
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