Ryan Venezia

About Ryan Venezia

I studied communications at Rider University, which left me with the decision to travel the country as part of an exotic bird and reptile show or work at Elauwit. It was a tough one, but I glad I’m here.

Maple Shade police seek help identifying robbery suspects

Police are seeking the public’s help identifying two women suspected of bounding and robbing a man on June 20 at an apartment in the Village of Stoney Run.

Two Burlington Township graduates receive scholarships from BTEA

Congratulations to Sarah Tum Suden and Luke Capritti for receiving scholarships from Burlington Township Education Association.

Collingswood hosts the Quaker City mummers this week

Catch the Quaker City mummers on July 27, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Powell Lane plaza, right off Haddon Ave at the LumberYard Condos.

Camden County Prosecutor investigating shooting outside party

Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk and Camden Police Chief Scott Thomson reported a city man was killed and another injured in a shooting outside a party in the predawn hours Sunday.

Two unlocked cars burglarized in West Deptford

On July 17 two car burglaries were reported to the West Deptford police Department.

Camden County Prosecutor investigating shooting outside party

Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk and Camden Police Chief Scott Thomson reported a city man was killed and another injured in a shooting outside a party in the predawn hours Sunday.

Delran holds first ‘Council on your Corner’

Delran’s first “Council on your Corner” was held this past Saturday. Councilwoman Gina Reed and Councilman Gary Catrambone answered questions from residents.

Maple Shade police seek help identifying bank robber

Police are asking the public’s help in identifying the robber of the Roma Bank on July 18.

Haddon Township Library reopens

The William G. Rohrer Memorial Library in Haddon Township will reopen to the public on today, July 25 at 10 a.m.

Burlington County Fairgrounds open

With the large exhibitor tents pitched and ready, final landscaping touches completed, new walkways finished, and a Midway of colorful amusement rides in place, Burlington County Freeholders assembled with other officials and guests to officially dedicate the new Burlington County Fairgrounds in Springfield Township.