Traditions at Newton's Landing


The farmhouse was the target of burglars
Farmhouse broken into
Burglary discovered New Year's Eve morning
Nothing apparently taken; time of break-in unknown
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Prowler spotted Sunday evening on Emery Way
Police quickly respond, investigate

Santa Claus visits the Newton's Landing Holiday Party
Newton's Landing Holiday Party:

Another burglary, this one one on Shipps Way
93-year-old resident at home during break-in
Cops may have description this time
Police ask for help

Link to Delanco Police Department's Vacation Notification Form added to Web site menu

Another one

Delanco Police Det.-Sgt. Eric Hoffman addresses residents
Delanco detective urges residents to be observant, turn on lights, and lock doors and windows
Delanco police will watch your house if you inform them you will be on vacation

Trustees at Wednesday's HOA meeting

Monthly assessment to rise $10 to $155 in 2015
Board approves three major contracts
First assessment increase in five years; trustees hope it won't increase again for another five

Needlework Group volunteers making blankets and afghans for charity
Needlework Group's National Make a Difference Day project means blankets of battered women and the homeless
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TRADITIONS AT NEWTON'S LANDING Delanco, New Jersey, consists of 250 homes adjacent to the Rancocas Creek. It is situated on land which was once the Russ Farm

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