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May 2013

Burlco Health Department Issues Heat-Related Illness Prevention Tips

May 31, 2013 press release The Burlington County Health Department is asking residents to take precautions to avoid heat-related illness during the very high temperatures this weekend. “Although anyone is susceptible to a heat-related illness, some people are at greater risk than others,” said Burlington County Freeholder Director Joe Donnelly.... Read more →


Boys Varsity Baseball: Gloucester Catholic 9 Paul VI 1 /cnbnews.net

Source USA HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS RESULTS 03:30 PM - Fri May 31, 2013 - Gloucester Catholic FINAL SCORE Paul VI1 Gloucester Catholic9 Paul VI Haddonfield, NJ Gloucester Catholic Gloucester City, NJ SCORES 1234567RHEPaul VI High School0001000100Gloucester Catholic0351000900 GAME SUMMARY WP: Shawaryn. LP: Bisirri. 2B: Hiester, Gussen, GC. 3B: Gallo, P.. Read more →


Girls Varsity Softball : ST. JOHN VIANNEY 5 Gloucester Catholic 4

07:00 PM - Fri May 31, 2013 - St John Vianney HS FINAL SCORE Gloucester Catholic4 St John Vianney5 Gloucester Catholic Gloucester City, NJ St John Vianney Holmdel, NJ SCORES 1234567RHEGloucester Catholic0003010400St John Vianney HS0111200500 Read more →


Baseball: Neutral sites for NJSIAA state semifinals and non-public finals

James Kratch/For The Star-Ledger May 31, 2013 9:15:00 AM EDT Here are the designated neutral sites for next Tuesday’s NJSIAA public state group semifinals and non-public sectional finals: GROUP 4 North Jersey, Section 1 vs. North Jersey, Section 2: Ramapo College. Central Jersey vs. South Jersey: Monmouth University. GROUP 3... Read more →


Area Residents Graduate from Marist College

English: Picture of Marist College Student Center. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) POUGHKEEPSIE, NY (05/31/2013)(readMedia)-- The following residents graduated from Marist College the weekend of May 24. Alexandra Baumann of Wall, NJ, received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences. Kristin Baumann of Wall, NJ, received a Bachelor of Science degree... Read more →


TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Chews Landing Road Area

The annual Gloucester Township Day event will be occurring Saturday June 1st from 11:00am to 9:00pm with fireworks at 9:00pm. A large volume of vehicular and pedestrian traffic is expected at this event throughout the day. Motorist may experience delays on Chews Landing Road, Kelly Drivers Lane and Hider Lane... Read more →


OBITUARY: Mark Fowler of Carneys Point, Audubon High School Alumnus

FOWLER Mark On May 27, 2013. Age 65. Of Carneys Point, Formerly of Gloucester City and Audubon. Mark was born and raised in Audubon and was a graduate of Audubon High School. He pursued his Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education and then achieved his Master’s Degree in Music. Mark was... Read more →


Judge Reduces Bail for Homicide Codefendant

Gloucester County Prosecutors Office press release May 31, 2013 Over the objection of an assistant Gloucester County prosecutor who called accused homicide codefendant Amada Rickerd “a participant with full knowledge” of plans to rob Joseph McConnell in his Franklinville home on March 31, a judge today reduced the 18-year-old Mantua... Read more →


Local Students Named to Dean's List at York College of Pennsylvania

York College of Pennsylvania (Photo credit: Wikipedia) YORK, PA (05/29/2013)(readMedia)-- The following local students have been named to the Dean's List for the Spring 2013 semester at York College of Pennsylvania: Peter DiGiambattista of Bellmawr (08031), a senior Supply Chain Operations Management major Brittany Hall of Wall (07719), a senior... Read more →


Rate Shock: In California, Obamacare To Increase Individual Health Insurance Premiums By 64-146% - Forbes

by Bruce Rogers, Forbes Staff If you’re a 25 year old male non-smoker, buying insurance for yourself, the cheapest plan on Obamacare’s exchanges is the catastrophic plan, which costs an average of $184 a month. (By “average,” I mean the median monthly premium across California’s 19 insurance rating regions.) The... Read more →


Philadelphia Police Release Surveillance Video of Suspects Wanted for Vandalizing 36 Cars

Published on May 31, 2013 The Philadelphia Police Department's South Detectives Division is seeking to identify four suspects for vandalism in Graduate Hospital. Four individuals depicted in this video are persons of interest regarding a criminal investigation. On May 31, 2013, at 3:45am, numerous vehicles were vandalized in the area... Read more →


NEW JERSEY RANKS 27TH FOR SENIOR HEALTH

· United Health Foundation issues first America’s Health Rankings® Senior Report · Analysis illustrates strengths, challenges nationally and in New Jersey · Findings emphasize need to prepare for New Jersey’s growing senior population NEW JERSEY (May 29, 2013) – New Jersey is ranked 27th for senior health, according to the... Read more →


Public Assistance Grants Awarded to Brick and Scotch Plains for Superstorm Sandy Repairs

Trenton, NJ – The Christie Administration announced today that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded more than $3 million in Public Assistance grants to the municipalities of Brick and Scotch Plains, as well as a $4.85 Hazard Mitigation grant to the State of New Jersey. The Township of... Read more →


Local residents Graduate from The University of Scranton

SCRANTON, PA (05/29/2013)(readMedia)-- The University of Scranton conferred 1,735 degrees – the largest number of degrees in its history – at two commencement ceremonies this weekend, including more than 900 bachelor's and associate degrees at its undergraduate commencement on May 26 at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza in... Read more →


Millions in government assistance wrongly sent to N.J. inmates

May 29, 2013 By Phil Gregory Thousands of prisoners in New Jersey have been unfairly taking advantage of taxpayer money. State Comptroller Matt Boxer says an audit has found that $23 million in government-assistance benefits were paid over a two-year period to inmates who were not entitled to receive them.... Read more →


Pagans biker gang member to be sentenced on drug trafficking charges - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Richard J. Speciale, known as "Big Rick," is scheduled for sentencing July 23 in U.S. District Court in Clarksburg, W.Va., and faces at least 10 years behind bars. Although Speciale pleaded guilty in 2011 to distributing cocaine in a case that began in Pennsylvania, his sentencing repeatedly has been delayed... Read more →


Video/CAMDEN CITY NJ: Women Attacked at Cooper Hospital | NBC 10 Philadelphia

By Lauren DiSanto | Thursday, May 30, 2013 | Updated 5:44 PM EDT Two female employees of Cooper University Hospital have been the victim of a crime in the past ten days. The most recent incident happened yesterday, when police say a member of the hospital's medical staff was robbed... Read more →


Man of Steel,' 'World War Z,' 'Pacific Rim,' 'The World's End' among summer's 15 most-anticipated movies'

John Serba | jserba@mlive.com May 28, 2013, 8:00:06 AM EDT MOVIE REVIEWS John Serba's reviews of other summer-blockbuster fare: 'Iron Man 3': Robert Downey Jr. again contributes signature wit to comedic superhero flick 'The Great Gatsby': Baz Luhrmann helms extravagant but emotionally empty display of eye candy 'Fast and Furious... Read more →


LOYALIST, CONTINENTAL ARMY FORCES TO CLASH IN HADDONFIELD

Indian King Tavern on the NRHP since December 18, 1970. At 233 Kings Hwy. E, Haddonfield, New Jersey. Museum in the building where New Jersey "declared independence from Great Britian" (simplified) (Photo credit: Wikipedia) SATURDAY AS PART OF DAY-LONG REVOLUTIONARY WAR ENCAMPMENT TRENTON - A New Jersey unit loyal to... Read more →


Angela Harris of Gloucester City Makes Spring 2013 Dean's List at Lebanon Valley College

Current Lebanon Valley College Seal (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Harris pursuing bachelor of science in psychology ANNVILLE, PA (05/29/2013)(readMedia)-- Angela B. Harris of Gloucester City, N.J., was named to the spring 2013 dean's list at Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pa., while in pursuit of a bachelor of science in psychology. Dean's... Read more →