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April 2013

OBITUARY: Flora I. Marshall, age 88, formerly of Gloucester Hts and Pompano Bleach

MARSHALL FLORA I. Left us on April 30, 2013, at the age of 88. Formerly of Gloucester Heights and Pompano Beach, FL, Flora was residing in Cherry Hill with her oldest daughter Dolores Hamilton (Rich). In additions to Dolores, Flora was survived and being cared for by her children Joanne... Read more →

Two Shootings Overnight in Camden City

April 30, 2013 Camden County Prosecutor Warren Faulk and Camden Police Chief Scott Thomson reported a pair of non-fatal shootings overnight. The first was reported about 8 p.m. Monday in the area of Louis and Sheridan streets in Camden. By the time officers arrived the victim, a 23-year-old Camden man,... Read more →

AW169 Helicopter Final Assembly Line To Be Established at Philadelphia Plant

30/04/2013 AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, is pleased to announce that a final assembly line for the new generation AW169 helicopter will be established at its AgustaWestland Philadelphia facility located at Northeast Philadelphia Airport in the United States of America. The first Philadelphia built AW169 helicopter will be inducted into the... Read more →

TCNJ drops tourney opener to Kean 8-3

April 30,2013 Union, NJ … The College of New Jersey fell to top-seeded Kean University 7-2 in its New Jersey Athletic Conference opening game on Tuesday afternoon in Union, NJ. The Lions (17-21) will now visit fifth-seeded Ramapo College and look to stave off elimination and reach the Saturday round... Read more →

Katie Warrington and Brook Ash Capture Final 2013 CACC Softball Weekly Accolades

DATE: April 29, 2013 NEW HAVEN, Conn. - - Closing out the regular season with a 4-2 week, Wilmington University softball players Katie Warrington and Brook Ash were honored by the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference by earning a spot on the Weekly Report on Monday afternoon. Warrington (Townsend, Del.) and... Read more →

Attention Sevier Tea Party: Our Smokies Our Future (OSOF) is all but dead

Members, To many, it may well seem that our organization has done nothing to affect major issues; that all we do is meet once a month to gripe. The following article due to be published in the Syemour Hearld Wednesday May 1st dispells that notion. I am proud to say... Read more →

American Heroes: Sailors Missing From Vietnam War Identified

The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced today that a Navy pilot, missing from the Vietnam War, has been accounted for and will be buried with full military honors along with his crew. Navy Lt. Dennis W. Peterson of Huntington Park, Calif., was the pilot of a SH-3A... Read more →

American Heroes: Soldiers Missing From Vietnam War Identified

press release April 30 The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced today that a Navy pilot, missing from the Vietnam War, has been accounted for and will be buried with full military honors along with his crew. Navy Lt. Dennis W. Peterson of Huntington Park, Calif., was the... Read more →


April 30,2013 Ewing, NJ... Clutching hitting and a two-hit performance from its pitcher keyed The College of New Jersey softball team to a win in the opening round of the New Jersey Athletic Conference Tournament as the Lions blanked visiting Richard Stockton College 3-0 on Tuesday. Third-seeded TCNJ (26-11) continues... Read more →

Rowan Football Team Registers 493 People at Bone Marrow Event

Rowan University (Photo credit: Wikipedia) press release April 30 GLASSBORO, NJ – The Rowan University football team registered 493 people at its fifth annual Get In The Game. Save A Life. Be The Match Registry on Wednesday, April 24. The event was held in the University’s Chamberlain Student Center. Rowan... Read more →

Commentary: Focus on Illegal Gun Trafficking and Culture of Violence | cnbnews.net

by Anthony P. Mauro Sr. There are many people working on gun control legislation in New Jersey. I like the idea of enhanced penalties for gun crimes. I also like the emerging emphasis on mental-health treatment. But I think there are two critical areas being overlooked. New Jersey has the... Read more →

Pennacchio to Submit Resolution to Dock Rutgers State Funding

Senator Joe Pennacchio (R-Morris), a Budget & Appropriations Committee member, will introduce a resolution to dock Rutgers University an amount in state aid equal to their excessive payouts related to the Coach Mike Rice scandal. “The overwhelming majority of taxpayers are rightly disgusted with how Rutgers is paying off those... Read more →


TRENTON - On Wednesday May 1, Department of Environmental Protection Assistant Commissioner for Sustainability and Green Energy Bob Marshall will speak on the role of alternative fuels in environmental stewardship during a workshop at the Rutgers EcoComplex in Bordentown, Burlington County. The Alternative Transportation Fuels Workshop begins at 8 a.m.... Read more →


SECRETARY DONOVAN AND GOVERNOR CHRISTIE ANNOUNCE APPROVAL OF NEW JERSEY'S DISASTER RECOVERY PLAN WASHINGTON – U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Shaun Donovan today announced HUD’s approval of New Jersey’s disaster recovery plan to help homeowners and businesses following Hurricane Sandy. Funded through HUD’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)... Read more →

Mary "Eileen" Rulis, of Gloucester City, Owner of Eileen's Studio 24

RULIS MARY “EILEEN” On April 28, 2013, (nee Nealon) of Gloucester City, NJ, age 62. She was the loving wife of the late Ronald S. Rulis, beloved daughter of the late Martin and Julia Nealon, loving mother of Edward Charon, Lisa Charon-Duffy (Patrick), Laurie Cary (Bruce) and Kerri Yates (Michael)... Read more →

YOUR MONEY--Oregon’s Dilemma: How To Measure Health? | cnbnews.net

By Kristian Foden-Vencil, Oregon Public Broadcasting APR 26, 2013 There are hundreds, if not thousands, of ways to track the health of a population: the average blood pressure of a large group of people, the rate of mental illness, the average weight. Epidemiologists have been collecting this kind of data... Read more →

South Jersey Student-Athletes in the News

Gloucester High's Austin Darrow Baseball Player of the Week | NJ.com The Lions junior and staff ace deserved a better fate and took a tough complete game loss on Wednesday to Glassboro, falling 2 - 0 in eight innings. Darrow scattered eight hits over eight innings, allowing just one earned... Read more →

Attention! Residents of Tabernacle, Winslow and Haddon Township

TABERNACLE RESIDENTS: SECOND QUARTER TAX REMINDER This is a reminder that the 2nd quarter taxes will be due on May 1, 2013. A ten day grace period will be extended, however, effective May 11, 2013 interest charges will be assessed retroactive to May 1, 2013. If you have any questions... Read more →


Investigative Report by Mark Lagerkvist Posted on April 28, 2013 YouTube On television, Joseph Derrico pursues a monster truck on foot, pulls the driver out of the vehicle and tosses him to the ground. He is on truTV’s “Bear Swamp Recovery,” a reality show on vehicle repos by the “baddest... Read more →

AMAC: Attacks on Our Constitutional Rights Grow Bolder and More Frequent

“Is it too much to require our lawmakers and public officials to reveal their position on the Constitution before they are elected or appointed?” Dan Weber, AMAC president BOHEMIA, NY, Apr 26 – “Threats to our Constitutional rights seem to be growing bolder and more frequent. This week the mayor... Read more →


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Shred Documents and Recycle Computers & TVs Burlington County Freeholders will hold a recycling and shredding event on Sunday, May 5, 2013 from 9 am to 1 pm. The event will be held at the Robert C. Shinn Recycling Center, 130 Hancock Lane in Westampton. Burlington County residents will have... Read more →