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Camden mayor weighs veto of controversial waterfront billboard

Camden Mayor Frank Moran is considering whether to veto a proposal for a controversial billboard in North Camden that was approved by the zoning board late Monday night, despite fears from residents that it would add to the city's blight and obstruct waterfront views.

Controversial billboard near Ben Franklin Bridge approved

The roughly $200,000 yearly advertising revenue would be earmarked for Camden nonprofits.

‘I feared for my life’: Former Pagans member testifies at April Kauffman murder trial

The plan to kill April Kauffman was set in motion as early as the fall of 2011, Mulholland said, the year before her body was found inside her Linwood home.

Couple accused of misusing Johnny Bobbitt’s GoFundMe donations may be indicted, attorney says

Attorney for the Burlington County couple accused of spending Johnny Bobbitt's GoFundMe donations says one or both of his clients likely will be indicted

Judge halts lawsuit against couple who raised $400k for Johnny Bobbitt

The judge accepted a request from the couple's attorney to temporarily stop the litigation as a criminal investigation proceeds.

Bobbitt lawyer: New Jersey couple still have not complied with court order on GoFundMe money

Judge Paula T. Dow in Mount Holly on Thursday ordered Mark D'Amico, 35, and Kate McClure, 28, to transfer by Friday afternoon what remained of the GoFundMe funds from their savings account into a frozen third-party account.

Couple in Johnny Bobbitt’s $400k GoFundMe campaign will take the Fifth, lawyer says

A judge on Wednesday ordered a Burlington County couple to give sworn testimony next week about where $400,000 they raised for a homeless man Johnny Bobbitt was spent and how much is left.

Johnny Bobbitt’s lawyer says all $400,000 in GoFundMe money is gone

The latest legal move comes after Bobbitt last week filed a lawsuit against the couple, claiming the two used the GoFundMe account "to enjoy a lifestyle they could not afford."

Bobbitt's lawyer: NJ couple missed deadline to turn over money

Fallon said the team of lawyers would continue checking the balance throughout Labor Day Weekend.

Judge orders couple to turn over rest of $400K raised for homeless man by this afternoon

A Burlington County judge has ordered Mark D'Amico and Kate McClure to turn over by Friday afternoon what's left of a $400,000 GoFundMe account they created to help homeless man Johnny Bobbitt.