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Philadelphia, PA, Public Auction Saturday, June 7th, 2014, Selling Fleet Vehicles from PPL Electric Utilities, PSE&G Co, PECO An Exelon Company, Baltimore Gas & Electric (via PRWeb) J.J. Kane announces large public auction in Plymouth Meeting, PA (Philadelphia area) on June 7th selling fleet vehicles from PPL Electric Utilities, PSE&G Co, PECO An Exelon Company, Baltimore Gas & Electric, PEPCO, Atlantic City Electric, Asplundh… Related articles Ties to Obama Aided in Access for Exelon Corporation Should utility electric lines go underground? A look at the costs PECO Parent Company Is Getting Bigger Illinois resolution would help Exelon nuclear plants Exelon... Read more →

Delaware River Basin Commission Upcoming Meeting Agenda

The Delaware River, Proprietors Park, Gloucester City NJ, cnbnews photo credit NOTICE IS PROVIDED AS A PUBLIC SERVICE BY CNBNEWS.NET The next public hearing and business meeting of the Delaware River Basin Commission will be onTuesday, June 10 and Wednesday, June 11, 2014, respectively. Both the public hearing and business meeting are open to the public and will be held at the Washington Crossing Historic Park Visitor Center, 1112 River Road, Washington Crossing, Pa. Public Hearing: June 10, 2014 The public hearing on June 10, 2014 will begin at 1:30 p.m. Hearing items will include draft dockets for the withdrawals,... Read more →

The FBI’s "Child ID" FREE App on iTunes and Android's Google Play Stores | Nixle

Gloucester Township Police Community Bulletin: Every year, thousands of children go missing. The FBI’s Child ID App can help. This free app provides a convenient place to electronically store photos and vital information about your children so that it’s literally right at hand if you need it. You can show the pictures and provide physical identifiers such as height and weight to security or police officers on the spot. Using a special tab on the app, you can also quickly and easily e-mail the information to authorities with a few clicks. The app includes tips on keeping children safe as... Read more →

Down the Shore Weekend Events

Next Exit Shore Guide (week of May 29- June 4) (via NewsWorks) Its Jersey shore high season and festivals are turning relaxing beach towns into busy hot spots. Cape May will once again jazz June with the Exit 0 International Jazz Festival. Its the third year for the three-day music happening, which replaced the… Read more →

Mr. Sterling, Would U Take $1.8 Bn for Clippers?

Ex-Microsoft chief 'offers $1.8 bn for Clippers' (via AFP) Former Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer has offered $1.8 billion for the Los Angeles Clippers, Forbes magazine reported Thursday, with owner Donald Sterling facing moves by the NBA to strip him of the club. Citing "a person familiar with Ballmer… Read more →

Soldiers Get A Welcome Home From Their Dogs

A fun and heartwarming video of various dogs welcoming home members of the armed forces who have been away on deployment. Returning home after being deployed overseas and being welcomed home by a dog that missed you has to be a great feeling. I’m sure both the dogs and their owners are happy to be able to spend time together again. SOURCE BIG GEEK DADDY Read more →

GCHS Student Reaches Lifetime Goal

Gibbstown teen earns Eagle Scout badge (via It took five years, but James Glazar of Boy Scout Troop 59, chartered to the Evangelical United Methodist Church in Clarksboro, has finally reached a lifetime goal by earning his Eagle Scout badge. The final step in the process was completing his Eagle… Read more →

GUEST OPINION: Will Light Rail Systems Disappear Like Streetcars Have?

URBAN NOTEBOOK Streetcars: The Transit System America Threw Away Before streetcars practically disappeared, they carried millions of people around our cities. Will light rail systems decline too? BY JOHN MARTIN | JUNE 2014 The abandoned Dupont Circle station in D.C. David Kidd/Governing In the 1951 sci-fi movie "The Day the Earth Stood Still," pedestrians are seen descending staircases on the edge of Dupont Circle in Washington, D.C. These days, the stairs are still there, but now they’re blocked off. They led to a once-busy 75,000-square-foot below-ground streetcar station built in 1949. The station has been closed since 1962. Dupont Circle’s... Read more →

Weird N.J. Headed for Atlantic City

Bizarre AC is Coming June 13th Thru 15th! (via WeirdNJ) Weird NJ is very excited to be taking part in Bizarre AC II at the Tropicana in Atlantic City June 13th thru the 15th. Weird NJ publishers Mark Moran and Mark Sceurman will be hanging out all weekend with all the freaks, zombies and weirdoes. In December… Read more →

Cars in nj

Philadelphia, PA, Public Auction Saturday, June 7th, 2014, Selling Fleet Vehicles from PPL Electric Utilities, PSE&G Co, PECO An Exelon Company, Baltimore Gas & Electric (via PRWeb) J.J. Kane announces large public auction in Plymouth Meeting, PA (Philadelphia area) on June 7th selling fleet vehicles from PPL Electric Utilities, PSE&G Co, PECO An Exelon Company, Baltimore Gas & Electric, PEPCO, Atlantic City Electric, Asplundh… Read more →

Summer Events at the Jersey Shore

Bielat Santore & Company - Eye on the Shore (via PRWeb) Summer Events at the Jersey Shore 2014 Season Allenhurst, NJ (PRWEB) May 27, 2014 Vacationers cannot say that they have visited the Jersey Shore without including these fun events in their itinerary. As the summer season nears, Jersey Shore hotspots… Read more →

Environmental News: Is Clean Gas More Dangerous Than Coal ?

“Clean Gas” More Dangerous Than Coal (VIDEOS) (via Clean Technica) Originally published on Planetsave. Turns out that just about everyone (including President Obama) has been hugely underestimating the methane pollution levels of so-called “clean gas.” The booming American economy now seems to come at a greater… Read more →

Pennsauken Man Charged with Murdering his Girlfriend

press release GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP (MAY 28,2014)--Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk and Gloucester Township Police Chief Harry Earle reported an arrest in the killing of a 21-year-old Pennsauken woman Tuesday, May 28, 2014. Joshua Rivera-Santos, M/21, of Pennsauken, was charged with Murder about 3:30 a.m. Wednesday morning. He is accused of killing his girlfriend, Rebecca Ugarte, F/21, of Pennsauken, Tuesday night at his mother’s home on Austin Avenue in Gloucester Township. It is alleged Rivera-Santos killed Ugarte some time prior to 7 a.m. Tuesday, according to a probable cause statement issued by the State. Ugarte had last been seen alive... Read more →

Katz/Lenfest Pay $88 Million for Philadelphia Newspapers

With Philly newspapers' sale ending owners' feud, speculation turns to 'what comes next' (via NewsWorks) Philadelphia's two biggest newspapers were sold Tuesday morning for the fifth time since 2006. Businessman Lewis Katz and philanthropist H.F. "Gerry" Lenfest made the winning bid of $88 million, allowing them to take control of the company. Katz said… Read more →

New jersey State Catholic Youth Rally

A day of roller coasters and worship Youth and adults from the Diocese of Camden — 750 of them — joined others from all five dioceses in the state for fun and faith May 18. In all, 3,000 people attended the New Jersey State Catholic Youth Rally, held at Six Flags Great Adventure. The day began with an opening presentation led by the Diocese of Camden that focused on the day’s Gospel, with Jesus telling his disciples that he is “the way, the truth, and the life.” Youth groups from Holy Cross Parish, Bridgeton, and Our Lady of Peace, Williamstown,... Read more →

Lesniak Says Sports Betting Is the Answer to New Jersey's Financial Woes

Sen. Lesniak: Sports Betting Would Bring Revenue To The State (via NJTV News with Mike Schneider) A new sports betting bill is being drafted that would still allow casinos and racetracks to offer sport betting on their premises. Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-20) told NJTV News Managing Editor Mike Schneider that he has been fighting for the bill for over… Read more →

Study Results of Mauricetown History Released

Mauricetown's history brought to life by University of Delaware researchers (via COMMERCIAL TWP. — Last summer, a team of researchers from the University of Delaware's Center for Historic Architecture and Design conducted a study of Mauricetown, a small hamlet in Cumberland County's Commercial Township. This past week they met… Read more →

Suspect Involved in the Millville Murders Arraigned at the Cumberland County Courthouse

Millville double homicide: Glassboro man arraigned on murder charges (via BRIDGETON — The second man charged for his alleged involvement in the murders of two Millville residents was arraigned Tuesday at the Cumberland County Courthouse. James Henry, 25, of Glassboro, entered the courtroom wearing an orange jumpsuit, wrists… Read more →

Names of the Deceased Accident Victims Released

Authorities ID three killed in Monday's bus-car crash near Atlantic City (via NewsWorks) Authorities have released the names of three people killed when the car they were riding in collided with a New Jersey Transit bus on Monday afternoon near Atlantic City. Fourteen-year-old Kira Strider and 16-year-old Amber Fernandez, both of Pleasantville… Related articles Williamstown man killed in Atlantic City Police shootout had no previous arrest history Several Injured In Bus Crash In Pleasantville Bus crash kills 2, injures several others in Pleasantville Read more →

Riots Shut Down Fort Lauderdale on Memorial Day

FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA (May 26, 2014)--For most, Memorial Day is a time to spend with friends and family to reflect on the sacrifices that the men and women in our military have made for our nation. However this year police believe that hundreds of teens made their way to the beach for a different reason, to cause mayhem. Police in Ft. Lauderdale ended up arresting dozens of people Monday night during what they described as a volatile scene after riots broke out. Police said that they had to deal with two separate incidents in the city. READ ON Read more →

Pleasantville Bus/Car Accident Claims Another Life

Authorities: 3rd person dies in New Jersey bus-car collision (via NewsWorks) Authorities say a third person has died from injuries suffered when a New Jersey Transit bus and a car collided near Atlantic City yesterday afternoon. The Press of Atlantic City reports the 17-year-old girl died at the hospital Monday night, several… Related articles Wildwood Ferris wheel accident kills girl from Pleasantville Several Injured In Bus Crash In Pleasantville Bus crash kills 2, injures several others in Pleasantville Read more →

Gloucester County Indictments

Gloucester County indicts include burglary charges, child abuse (via The following people have been indicted by a grand jury in Gloucester County: — Jon D. Survilo, 23, of Williamstown, for possession of a controlled dangerous substance (CDS) on Feb. 25 in Monroe. — Brenda Sabatini, 39, of Carneys Point, for… Read more →

16-Year-Old Boy off to Prison for Home Invasion

16-year-old sent to Utah prison for 15 years after judge changes terms of plea deal (via Raw Story ) A 16-year-old Utah boy was sentenced earlier this month to up to 15 years in a maximum security prison after a judge changed the terms of a plea agreement. Cooper Van Huizen pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree felony robbery for his role in… Read more →

Berlin Police Seeking Public's Help

BERLIN NJ--Berlin Police are asking for the public’s help in locating some criminals. On Saturday, 5/17/2014 at 5:30pm police responded to the Berlin Farmers Market for a theft report. The victim found her vehicle in the parking lot on a jack, with her tire and rim stolen while she was inside. If anyone saw anything or has information about the incident, please contact police by submitting a tip above or by phone at (856) 783-4900. Read more →

CNBNews Archives 2007: Mount Ephraim Crime Watch Program to be Studied

CNBNEWS ARCHIVES posted December 11, 2007 By Bill Bates Andy Gilmore, Director of Public Safety, announced that there has been an interest in re-implementing the Mount Ephraim Crime Watch Program within the Borough. Police Chief Dobleman along with the Mount Ephraim Police Force will be holding their first meeting on Wednesday, December 19, at 8:00 pm in the borough hall meeting room. Anyone interested in becoming a part of this program is welcomed to attend this first informational meeting. Anyone who is unable to attend, but would like to be involved can contact the police station from 8:30 to 4:30... Read more →

Two Traveling Child Predators Arrested

May 22, 2014 HARRISBURG - Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the arrest of two Western Pennsylvania men, who traveled to predetermined meeting locations to meet who they believed were 14-year-old girls for sex. In both instances, agents with the Office of Attorney General's Child Predator Section, who were conducting an undercover investigation of online advertisements relating to the sexual exploitation of minors, discovered suspicious advertisements allegedly soliciting sex from young girls. Jeffrey Marks Jeffrey Marks, 62, 645 Lone Pine Road, Washington, Washington County and Brian Zimmer, 37, 1139 Cascade Drive, West Homestead, Allegheny County were arrested when they... Read more →

Two arrested for heroin trafficking in Johnstown

HARRISBURG - Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the arrest of two individuals accused of trafficking heroin in Johnstown. Sean McCall Krista McCall Agents from the Office of Attorney General's Bureau of Narcotics Investigation and the Cambria County Violent Drug Task Force conducted a fast-moving investigation into the alleged heroin trafficking of Sean McCall, 37 and Krista McCall, 24, both of 828 Fronheiser St., Johnstown. Approximately 16 bricks or 800 bags of heroin were seized with an estimated street value of $12,000 to $16,000. Agents also seized $4,300 in cash, a box of empty bags used to package heroin,... Read more →

Bus and Car Collide in Pleasantville, Many Injured

Several people hurt after bus, car collide in Atlantic County (via PLEASANTVILLE — Several people were injured when a bus and a car collided in southern New Jersey this afternoon. Six people were in the car, and four of them were taken to the hospital along with some bus passengers. But further details on their injuries… Read more →

Obituary: William A. Lundquist, of Gloucester City

Life Legacy On May 25, 2014, at the home of his niece and nephew, Gwen and John Herman. Age 80. Of Gloucester City. Loving husband of the late Lillian Lundquist. Dear brother of Florence Wiley. Predeceased by his siblings, Dorothy Bartley, Mildred Barlow, Victor Lundquist and Thelma Schoeler. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. William was a member of the GCC/IBT Local 14 M. He proudly served our country in the U.S. Navy. Relatives and friends are invited to his visitation on Friday morning, May 30, 2014 from 9 to 10 AM at the McCANN-HEALEY... Read more →

Robert T. Baker, of Gloucester City, Desert Storm Navy Veteran

Life Legacy On May 18, 2014. Age 49. Of Gloucester City. Loving husband of 25 years to Doran (nee Johnson). Beloved father of Brandon Baker. Cherished son of Troy and Judith Baker. Loving brother of Tom Baker (Joanne) and David Baker (Sandy). Cherished son-in-law of Hallie Willis. Also survived by his special nephew, Jimmy Johnson, his wife Stephanie and their children Shannon and Blythe. Dear friend of Mrs. Eulo, Bob and Wyone Beckman and Joanne Orth and her family. Also survived by many aunts, uncle, cousins, nieces and nephews. Michael attended Gloucester County College and proudly served our country in... Read more →

Steven R. Wood of Gloucester City, age 30

Life Legacy On May 8, 2014. Age 30. Of Gloucester City. Loving father of Julian Gabriel Wood. Cherished son of Kimberly Ann and David Carter. Beloved brother of John Kopfle and Jane Carter. Loving companion of Lori Knecht. Cherished grandson of Joe DiFelice. Predeceased by his grandmothers Winnie Wood and Janet DiFelice. Also survived by many loving aunts, uncles and cousins. Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing on Tuesday evening, May 13, 2014 from 6 to 8 PM at the McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME: 851 Monmouth St., Gloucester City. Catholic funeral service 8 PM in the funeral home. Cremation... Read more →

Obituary: John T. Marsden, Korean War Army Veteran

On May 8, 2014. Age 85. Lifelong resident of Gloucester City. Loving son of the late John T. and Isabella Marsden. Loving husband of 62 years to Jean R. Marsden (nee Vasey). Loving father of Connie Roadside of Egg Harbor Twp. and Terry Malkowicz (Paul) of Gibbstown. Cherished grandfather of Dustin and April Roadside. Dear brother of Bernice Raymond, Isabelle Daubert, Blanche Baker, Olive Rumbol and Marion Snyder. Predeceased by his sisters Catherine Conrad and Elizabeth Rondeau (surviving Loren) and his brother James Marsden. Pete proudly served our country in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict and was a... Read more →

Obituary: Jennifer “Baby Girl” Kotter,

On May 8, 2014, Jennifer "Baby Girl" Kotter passed away in the presence of her loving Mommy and Daddy along with family and friends. In addition to her Mom and Dad, Jennifer is survived by her brother Robert Kotter, grandmother Mona Kotter and grandfather Robert Kotter, Sr. Relatives and friends are invited to her viewing on Tuesday morning, May 13, 2014 from 10 AM to 12 Noon at the McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME: 851 Monmouth St., Gloucester City. Life celebration service will begin at 12 Noon in the funeral home. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, donations requested to St. John... Read more →

Obit: Betty Jane Smith of Woodbury

Life Legacy Suddenly and Tragically, On May 4, 2014. Age 76. Of Woodbury. Formerly of Salyersville, Kentucky. Loving and Devoted companion of 16 years to the late Frank George Myers. Devoted cousin of Milton (Linda King) Marcum. Predeceased by her son, Scott Smith. Beloved step-mother of Christopher Smith (Beth). Dear grandmother of Kayleigh Smith, Jake Smith, Ashley Smith, Cody Smith and Wynonna Gravenor. BJ loved Kentucky and loved to travel. She was an avid volunteer at the Sketch Club Players of Woodbury. BJ volunteered at the Food Bank and she was always willing to lend a hand to anyone that... Read more →

Frank George Myers, GHS Alumni , of Woodbury Heights

Frank George Myers February 13, 1948 - May 4, 2014 Suddenly and tragically, On May 4, 2014. Age 66. Of Woodbury Heights. Formerly of Gloucester City Loving and devoted companion of 16 years to the late Betty Jane “BJ” Smith. Cherished Father of Irene Rochelle of Wenonah and Brian (Lisa) Myers of Gloucester City. Beloved grandfather of Mischa, Hannah, Noah, Brooke, Ava and Breanne. Survived by his former wife, high school sweetheart and true friend, Kathleen Brown. Frank was a 1966 Graduate of Gloucester City High School. He was a CPA and so proud to be Finance Project Manager for... Read more →

Obituary: Oran Burdens age 79, of Gibbstown

BUNDENS Oran On May 22, 2014 of Gibbstown, NJ, age 79 yrs. He is the beloved husband of Ruth S. (nee Herman) and loving dad to Deborah Gigantino (Daniel) and the late Levi B. Reader and the late Michael B. Reader. He is also survived by his dear brothers Herbert, Allan, and Gerald Bundens, and sister Harriett Young, his cherished grandchildren Nadine Montgomery (Frank), Janine Iapalucci (Michael) and Charles Hoover, great grandchildren Alexi, Bethany, Nicolette and Amelia and many nieces and nephews. Mr. Bundens was a proud veteran of the US Army. He enjoyed socializing with friends in the Chat... Read more →

Obituary: Hildergarde E. Roberts of Gloucester City

ROBERTS HILDEGARDE E. On May 18, 2014 (nee Donohue) of Gloucester City, NJ, age 71. She is the loving mother of Kathryn Roberts, Julie Silks, the late Victoria Hillegus and dear sister of Austin J. Donohue. Hildegarde was a devoted mother who loved taking care of animals. She was involved with the Ally Cat Allies in Atlantic City and with the TNR Program. Hildegarde’sfuneral services are private at the request of her family. In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate memorial donations be made to Ally Cat Allies, Atlantic City Boardwalk Cat Project, 7920 Norfolk Ave., Suite 600, Bethesda,... Read more →

Wayne C.Hill, of Gloucester City, age 79

Hill Wayne C., Sr. On May 16, 2014, a long time resident of Gloucester City, NJ, age 79 yrs. passed away peacefully surrounded by his family. He was the beloved husband of MaryEllen Hill (neeSettar) and loving father of Wayne C. Jr. (Janice), David J. (Anki), Joseph E. (Diana) and Herbert “Budd” C. (Jeri). He was also the cherished grandfather of 12 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. Mr. Hill proudly served in the Army National Guard and was an American Legion member. He retired from Wyeth Laboratories in King of Prussia, PA., as a Packaging Manager after 39 years of... Read more →

Marie Klaus of Gloucester City age 103

KLAUS MARIE A. On May 14, 2014 (nee Isard) of Gloucester City, NJ and formerly of South Philadelphia, age 103. She was the devoted wife of the late Albert E. Klaus; loving sister of the late Frederick Isard (late Elizabeth) and she is survived my many dear nephews, nieces and cousins. Relatives and friends are invited to meet Monday from 11:00 AM to 12:00 Noon at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 426 Monmouth St., Gloucester City, NJ. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 12:00 Noon. Interment will follow at New St. Mary’s Cemetery, Bellmawr, NJ. In lieu of... Read more →

Obituary: John Reuss of Bellmawr

John Reuss on May 24, 2014, of Bellmawr Park. Age 55. Devoted father of Kara, John, and Steve Schroeder. Loving pop of Jayden, Skyler and Brianna. Beloved brother of Marie Sweeny, Floss Del Percio (John), Fran “Cookie” Killip, Nancy Thurston, Patty Boyle (Joe). Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to visit his family from 12noon to 1pm Sunday afternoon at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Memorial Service 1pm at the funeral home. Interment private at the request of the family. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in John’s memory to the... Read more →

Bill Haley and The Comets Played the HofBrau Hotel in Wildwood, Memorial Day Weekend 1954

60 years ago, a revolutionary rock song debuted in Wildwood (via During Memorial Day weekend of 1954, a country singer named Bill Haley swapped out his cowboy hat for a zoot suit and debuted a swinging new song with his band, the Comets, at the HofBrau Hotel in Wildwood. Backed by incendiary guitar riffs and a rumbling… Related articles Wildwood saggy pants ban: no one ticketed on first weekend Wildwood to salute military personnel at Memorial Day events Bill Haley: Rock Around the Clock the world's first rock anthem Wildwood approves measure allowing dogs on the beach South Philly... Read more →

U.S. Coast Guard Tips for Safe Boating

For boating safety, Salem, Heislerville marinas, Coast Guard say be prepared (via As the weather gets warmer and recreational boaters begin to yearn for the water, the U.S. Coast Guard reminds people to remain safe. By following the Coast Guard's tips, boaters can ensure their safety on the water. In fact, according to the Coast… Related articles Coast Guard searching for 3 missing boaters off N.J. Baltimore-area Coast Guard enforces safety zones during OpSail 2012 | Making Sure Your Boat Safety Kit is Updated Coast Guard recommends boating safety course Boaters Stranded For Two Days In Atlantic Off... Read more →

CNBNews South Jersey Business Scene: Bob Evans Unveils a New Summer Menu

Bob Evans Celebrates Seasonal Flavors of the Farm with New Summer Menu New Albany, Ohio (May 22, 2014) - Today, Bob Evans unveiled a new summer menu full of fresh seasonal berries and smokehouse flavors guaranteed to hit the spot for families and friends celebrating summer's great American holidays, vacations and sunshine. Bob Evans continues to encourage guests to Get in on Something Good!(tm) with the menu's abundance of sweet summer strawberry dishes and new smokehouse items that are perfectly sweet and tangy with just the right amount of smokiness to leave mouths watering. "Bob Evans chefs have expertly developed... Read more →

Bellmawr's VFW Post 9563 and Post 7410 Party with Veterans Memorial Home Residents

Bellmawr VFW hosts Memorial Day party for New Jersey Veterans Memorial Home residents (via BELLMAWR - For most Americans Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer, and is a day for barbecue, beer, food and family. While many may pause to reflect, or even attend a memorial ceremony to honor the fighting men and women that the holiday… Read more →

Philadelphia Judge Willis W. Berry Jr., Charged with Theft, Conflict of Interest /cnbnews

press release/May 22, 2014 HARRISBURG - For more than 10 years, former Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge Willis W. Berry Jr., 72, 1535 Girard Ave., Philadelphia, allegedly improperly used his judicial office and taxpayer-funded resources to assist his personal property management business on a daily basis. Today, Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane announced Berry has been arrested and faces corruption charges including one count of theft of services and one count of conflict of interest, both felonies. According to the criminal complaint, Berry directed his judicial secretary to assist him in the daily operations of his private rental property business,... Read more →

Carmen A. Ferrigno, Sr. of Deptford, Proud Member of Plumbers & Pipefitters UA Local 322

Carmen A. Ferrigno, Sr., age 75, longtime resident of Deptford, died Wednesday, May 21st at home after a long illness. He built a life for his family and a home filled with laughter, love and kindness. An avid reader and golfer, Carmen’s wonderful sense of humor helped make his home a sanctuary for friends and family. Raised in South Philadelphia, Carmen joined the Army in 1957 and was transferred to Anchorage, Alaska, where he met and married his best friend and wife of 54 years, Jayne S. Ferrigno nee Phillips. A welder, pipefitter and steamfitter by trade, he was a... Read more →

Funny Video: Five Masculine Moments

Five funny masculine moments that show men being men and the outcome of their masculine ways. Men are easily distracted by an attractive woman and most of the time have no ability whatsoever to hide the fact that they are looking at the woman. If you’d like to see some real men in action be sure to watch Manly Men. source Big Geek Daddy Related articles Masculine Faces Keep Women Sexually Attracted Hollywood's Year of Heroine Worship Men should pay on first dates. End of story. Here's why: 25 Things I Don't Understand Can men be friends with women they're... Read more →

Two Armed Robberies in Brooklawn Saturday

Brooklawn adult book store, gas station robbed by armed bandits (via BROOKLAWN — An adult book store and gas station not more than a mile apart along busy Route 130 were struck by armed bandits during the overnight hours Saturday, but police don't believe the incidents to be linked. Just before midnight, a man allegedly… Read more →