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    A New Jersey Powerball player has one more thing to be thankful for this year. A ticket good for $50,000 was sold in the Thanksgiving Day drawing in Camden County. The ticket was purchased from the Sicklerville C-Store, 336 Sicklerville Rd., Sicklerville, lottery officials said. The winning numbers for the Wednesday, Nov. 24, drawing were: 10, 16, 32, 63, and 65. The Red Power Ball number was 17. The Power Play was 2X.  More than 25,400 New Jersey players took home an estimated $129,519 in prizes ranging from $4 to $200.  The Powerball jackpot rolls to $243 million for the Saturday, Nov. 27, drawing. The Double Play drawing is an additional drawing for players who opted-in to the Double Play feature on their tickets.  The Double Play drawing results for the Wednesday, Nov. 24, drawing were: 01, 18, 23, 25, and 61. The red Double Play Power Ball number was 17.
    Police in South Jersey seek the public's help finding a vehicle that allegedly hit and critically hurt a pedestrian, authorities said. The victim was struck about 4 p.m. Tuesday on the 1900 block of Sicklerville Road in Gloucester Township,  police said. The vehicle was described by police as a white Ford van or truck with a Pennsylvania license plate. The vehicle held a ladder rack and has an enclosed cargo area with “Reading Ready Van” marked on its side. The vehicle may  be missing its passenger side mirror and have damage on the front of its passenger side, police said. It was last seen driving south on Sicklerville Road near Berlin Cross Keys Road. A man with dark hair and a beard was driving the vehicle, police said. Anyone who witnessed the crash is urged to call 856-228-4500 or the Gloucester Township Police Department’s anonymous tip line at 856-842-5560. Anonymous texts can be sent to 888777 using the keyword “TIP GLOTWPPD.”
    Police in South Jersey seek the public's help finding a vehicle that allegedly hit and critically hurt a pedestrian, authorities said. The victim was struck about 4 p.m. Tuesday on the 1900 block of Sicklerville Road in Gloucester Township,  police said. The vehicle was described by police as a white Ford van or truck with a Pennsylvania license plate. The vehicle held a ladder rack and has an enclosed cargo area with “Reading Ready Van” marked on its side. The vehicle may  be missing its passenger side mirror and have damage on the front of its passenger side, police said. It was last seen driving south on Sicklerville Road near Berlin Cross Keys Road. A man with dark hair and a beard was driving the vehicle, police said. Anyone who witnessed the crash is urged to call 856-228-4500 or the Gloucester Township Police Department’s anonymous tip line at 856-842-5560. Anonymous texts can be sent to 888777 using the keyword “TIP GLOTWPPD.”
    SICKLERVILLE, N.J. (CBS) — Two people are dead after police say they crashed into a dump truck parked on the side of the road. Gloucester Township police say it happened on Berlin Cross Keys Road shortly before 4 p.m. Wednesday. Chopper 3 was over the scene as crews worked to clear the roadway. The area between Kearsley and Turnersville Roads remained closed for several hours. The victims’ identities have not been released.
    A 31-year-old man was just five minutes from home when he was struck and killed by a wrong-way driver in Camden County over the weekend, police said. Javargo C. Mason, Sicklerville in Winslow Township, was driving south on Sicklerville Road when he was struck by the teen in a 2001 Nissan Altima, police said. The teen crossed over the double yellow line and struck Mason's 2015 red Honda CRV, authorities said. The crash occurred near the intersection with Camino Court around 11:15 p.m. Mason was pronounced dead at the scene and the teen was hospitalized with serious injuries. No charges had been filed. Anybody with information is urged to call Winslow police Officer M. Regan at 609-567-0700 ext. 1199.
    Sicklerville, New Jersey -- K-9 Kakes is a family-owned bakery that offers unique, fun, fresh-baked treats, and celebration cakes to make dogs happy and give their owners a variety of made from scratch healthy options to spoil their pups.K-9 Kakes offers different varieties for the grain-free diet, big; hard treats for the guy that likes to chomp; soft, easygoing treats for the dogs that don't have big jaws; and hypoallergenic for dogs that need minimal ingredient treats.The business idea came from Dave the Baker's daughter, Chelsea. She wanted to start her own business. Dave says, "I was retired, so I stopped in one day to help, and I've never been allowed to leave."k-9kakes.com | Facebook649 Berlin - Cross Keys Rd, Sicklerville, NJ 08081856-885-4145
    A trio of lucky Jersey Cash 5 lottery players matched all five numbers drawn on Friday, state officials said. Each winning ticket is worth $91,929. The winning numbers were: 06, 07, 08, 11, and 19 and the XTRA number was: 02.  Three retailers will receive a bonus check for $2,000 for each winning ticket sold. Those tickets were sold at the following locations: Camden County: Jersey Bagel & Food Mart, 609 Sicklerville Rd., Sicklerville; Hudson County: Critel Associates, 465 Grand St., Jersey City; and, Ocean County: 7-Eleven #11043, 108 Lakeshore Way, Brick.
    SICKLERVILLE, N.J. (CBS) – Winslow Township Police rescued a woman from a burning apartment in Sicklerville. It happened on Church Road on Saturday night. Bodycam video shows Officer Jarel Ferren carrying the woman to safety. READ MORE: WATCH LIVE: Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner To Announce Charges Against 5 People For Roles In Illegal Transfer Of Properties In North, West Philadelphia Officers went door to door evacuating tenants. READ MORE: WATCH LIVE: Philadelphia Officials, Edward OMalley Athletic Association To Announce Citys 6th Mass COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Bodycam video also shows the moment Officer Ferren entered the burning apartment to rescue the woman. The victim is recovering from smoke inhalation and burns. MORE NEWS: Student-Led Vigil In Bucks County Sends Important Message To Victims, Survivors Of Sexual Violence The cause of the fire is under investigation.
    SICKLERVILLE, N.J. (CBS) — A New Jersey homeowner has been charged after hosting a large pool party that officials say was “for-profit” with unmasked guests. Officials responded to the 1500 block of Jarvis Road in Sicklerville on Aug. 30 after receiving several calls for a large party. Arriving officers found several vehicles parked throughout the local neighborhoods and a school. Security guards reportedly told officials it was a family party but officers estimated there were about 250 to 300 attendees and none of them were wearing masks. Credit: CBS3 Attendees told officials they were charged $100 to $150 admission to enter the party. Lionel Mincey, the 56-year-old homeowner, was issued citations for a noise violation, maintaining a nuisance and littering after the street in front of the residence was covered with trash and broken bottles. An investigation is ongoing and the homeowner may also be charged for violating Governor Phil Murphy’s executive order because officials witnessed party-goers were not social distancing. The Gloucester Township Public Works responded to the area Monday to assist with clean-up on the street. Officials also...
    SICKLERVILLE, N.J. (CBS) — Wednesday’s weather caused some damage around our area. This photo is from Sicklerville, where a house was struck by lightning and started a fire. Credit: CBS3 Two adults and four children were inside and managed to escape. The family has been displaced until repairs can be made to the house.
    SICKLERVILLE, N.J. (CBS) — Camden County is celebrating a new addition to a park, aimed at helping kids stay fit and out of trouble. Eyewitness News was at Frank Donio Memorial Park Monday for the unveiling of the Team Hines Community Basketball Court. The court was donated by Euroleague star and Sicklerville native Kyle Hines. (credit: CBS3) Years ago, Hines and his younger brother both trained at the park with their father. They say they are thrilled to be able to give back to the community.
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