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November 2015

See amazing photos from N.J. teen whose work is displayed at Biden home  

After a long day of sitting in classes, working on her history essay and riding her horse, Ashleigh Scully is understandably in need of some downtime. But, unlike most 13-year-olds, homework and extracurriculars aren't the... Read more →

Philadelphia to Hold Internet-Based Real Estate Tax Lien Auction December 16-18

by City of Philadelphia Department of Revenue expects successful repeat of summer pilot program Philadelphia, November 23, 2015 – The City of Philadelphia announced that the Department of Revenue will hold a second internet-based real... Read more →

Reports of downed airplane in Delaware River turned out to be sea plane landing

HAMILTON - State and local authorities scrambled to Duck Island Friday afternoon on a report of a airplane that had gone down in the Delaware River. A marine unit from Trenton, Hamilton police and fire... Read more →

Authorities Release the Identities of Two Men who died on Capsized Pontoon Boat; Both from Philly

Related article: Coast Guard Responds to Overturned Vessel MANASQUAN -- The two men who died when their boat capsized off the Manasquan Inlet on Friday afternoon have been identified as Philadelphia residents. One of the... Read more →

YOUR MONEY: NY City Restaurants Receive Grant to Prepared for Impacts of Climate Change

(New York, N.Y. – November 2015) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded $69,500 to the New York State Restaurant Association Educational Foundation to help New York City restaurants support sustainable practices and prepare for... Read more →

Authorities File Arson Charges in Deptford Fire; Two Firemen and Three People Injured

DEPTFORD TWP. -- Arson charges have been filed in a Deptford Township fire that injured three people and killed three pets Monday night, according to the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office. The fire at 1151 Lexington... Read more →

Accountability at Veterans Affairs is a Farce

source American Legion WASHINGTON, Nov. 25, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- American Legion National Commander Dale Barnett lashed out today over continued revelations about paltry punishments issued to Department of Veterans Affairs executives who were found to... Read more →

Movie Review - 'CREED'

Sylvester Stallone in Sweden to promote "Rambo III" (Photo credit: Wikipedia) "Sylvester Stallone is phenomenal!" – Patrick King, REEL BRIEF Exhilarating! Sylvester Stallone is phenomenal! The Champ answers the bell with his best on-screen performance... Read more →


English: The Manasquan Inlet beach in Manasquan, New Jersey. Français : Leçons de surf à l'aube sur la plage de Manasquan, New Jersey Category: Manasquan, New Jersey Category: Beaches of New Jersey (Photo credit: Wikipedia)... Read more →

Pine Hill Police Department: Community Opiate and Heroin Awareness Summit

PINE HILL NEW JERSEY--Please join us for an interactive summit about the Opiate and Heroin Crisis. Meet professionals who have come together to help us build meaningful partnerships to impact change and address this critical... Read more →

Muslin Woman Takes Offense to being Questioned and Forced Off Airplane Traveling to Istanbul

After passing through regular security checks at Newark Liberty International Airport on her way to a holiday in Istanbul, Kameelah Rasheed was called for further questioning by customs officers. She was later allowed on the... Read more →

Philly Man Convicted on Drug Related Charges 40 Years Ago Receives Pardon from Governor Christie

TRENTON -- Gov. Chris Christie on Wednesday announced that he has pardoned a Philadelphia man on conviction related to his drug use more than four decades ago, saying he has "reclaimed his life from addiction."... Read more →

CNB Crime: Brooklawn Police Arrest Numerous Suspects on Possession of Illegal Drugs Charges

October 2015 Press Release: BROOKLAWN NJ--10/2/15 Earl Gerard Livernois, 38, and his girlfriend Sherry Anne Reimuth, 46, both of Wenonah were arrested for shoplifting after they loaded a shopping cart with $193.00 worth of merchandise... Read more →

Retired Tinton Falls Police Officer Receives $527K Settlement in Whistle Blower Lawsuit

TINTON FALLS -- A former police officer who tipped off the county prosecutor about another cop's alleged theft of water has settled his whistleblower lawsuit against the borough for $527,5000, a report says. Former Lt.... Read more →