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December 2015

Princeton Private School to Pay $58,000 to Resolve Claims It Wrongly Expelled Girl

TRENTON – The Division on Civil Rights announced today that the private Waldorf School of Princeton will pay a learning-disabled student and her parents $58,000 to resolve allegations that it unlawfully discriminated when it expelled... Read more →

Two Plead Guilty in Robbery Attempt in Which an Undercover Officer Was Shot in Garfield

TRENTON – Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced that two men pleaded guilty today to charges related to an incident in which an undercover police officer was shot and wounded during an armed robbery... Read more →


Philadelphia, December 28, 2015 —Mayor Michael A. Nutter was joined by Connor Barwin, Philadelphia Eagles linebacker, Michael DiBerardinis, Deputy Mayor for Environmental and Community Resources, Councilman Kenyatta Johnson and other community leaders for a groundbreaking... Read more →

YOUR MONEY: $2 Billion awarded to minority-owned businesses during Mayor Nutter’s term

Posted on December 30, 2015 by City of Philadelphia Philadelphia, December 30, 2015 — Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced the release of the Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO) Fiscal Year 2015 Annual Participation Report andEconomic... Read more →

Camden County Implements New Emergency Notification System

(December 30, 2015) - The Camden County Office of Emergency Management has implemented a new emergency notification system, or reverse 911 system, to keep residents better informed in the event of an emergency. “To provide... Read more →

Drone Owners Overwhelm Federal Government’s Registration System

Natalie Johnson / @nataliejohnsonn / The Federal Aviation Administration appeared unprepared to accommodate the flood of new drone owners during the holiday season after requiring that Americans register their drones before lift off. The FAA... Read more →

CNB CRIME: State Trooper Traffic Stop Leads to Arrest of Man Wanted for Human Trafficking

Pohatcong Township N.J. (December 29,2015)-- There is no such thing as a routine traffic stop, and yesterday, Trooper Francis Cagulada, of Perryville Station, found that out when he arrested Will W. Chen, 58, of Pittsburgh,... Read more →

News Week: The Year in Sports, Part One

The only surprise remaining in sports is that we are continually surprised by what transpires. Man’s—and woman’s—constant quest to achieve victory and, in a sense, immortality on the fields of play leads to a panoply... Read more →

Safe 2015 Cars That Can Help You Find Cheap Auto Insurance!

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 29, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Auto-car-insurance4.info has released a new blog post presenting the safest 2015 car models. The article also explains how these vehicles influence auto insurance premiums. Drivers who choose to... Read more →

Bill Cosby Charged with Aggravated Indecent Assault; Incident Allegedly Happened in 2004

PHILADELPHIA -- Charges against Bill Cosby stemming from an alleged 2004 incident involving a former Temple University employee have been re-filed in Montgomery County. The aggravated indecent assault charge involving the former women's basketball program... Read more →

Three Library Branches Present Free Programs on Using Most Popular Mobile Devices

The Camden County Library System is offering a special workshop on tips for using the iPhone and iPad at three branch locations in January.] VOORHEES, NJ – Dec. 29, 2015 – Just in time for... Read more →

Gloucester County 'Cold Case' Murder Conviction, Sentence Affirmed

press release WOODBURY NJ (December 29, 2015)--A New Jersey appeals court today (12/29) affirmed the "cold case" murder conviction and 50-year state prison sentence of Brian M. Mertz (DOB 3/13/78), of Woodbury in the May... Read more →


PHILADELPHIA PA (December 28, 2015)--East Detective Division is looking to identify and locate the suspects wanted for a Robbery/Carjacking in Richmond. On Thursday, December 24, 2015, at 5:10 am, the complainant, a 32 year-old male,... Read more →

Cooper U. Hospital Will Take Over EMS...for now

TRENTON -- Cooper University Hospital will take over emergency medical services in Camden City while court proceedings over the legislation that provided them with that opportunity continue. A court ruling that blocked the implementation of... Read more →