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December 5, 2018

Fatal Motor Vehicle Crash Involving Two Vehicles in Gloucester Township

UPDATE: Deceased: Michelle Barrett 46 year old female Blackwood, NJ 08012. Michelle Barrett was a teacher at Chews Elementary School for 20 years. ***** On Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at approximately 6:18pm Gloucester Township Police responded to the intersection of Erial Road and Douglas Ave. for a report of a... Read more →


Bill "The Worm" Seddon Succumbs at Age 72, A Generous Man with A Great Sense of Humor

Bill "The Worm" Seddon UPDATE: The family request memorial donations in his name be made to the Veterans Victory Village home, 554 Port Penn Rd, Middletown, DE 19709 http://delawareveteranscoalition.com/…/veterans-victory-vi…/ By William E. Cleary Sr. GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (CNBNewsnet)(December 5, 2018)—William J. Seddon, passed away on December 4 at the Victory... Read more →


ICE expects more raids — NJ says 'we don't respond to threats' | nj1015.com

TRENTON — Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal's office says he's not responding to the possibility of more raids by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in the wake of the state's new guidelines to law enforcement when handling undocumented people. The new rules introduced last week direct police officers not to... Read more →


GTPD Officers Lontz and Waldin Rescue Dog Stuck In Thorn Bush

Gloucester Township Police responded to a dog stuck in a thorn bush on Oct. 22nd, 2018. Sgt. Miller along with Officers Lontz and Waldin worked to gain access to the dog by lifting the fence. When this attempt failed, Officer Lontz gained access to the dog by cutting a path... Read more →


HOME COUNTRY: Windy’s Words of Wisdom

Slim Randles | CNBNEWSNET Ever since ol’ Windy began a career in radio, which is unusual for an old hunting guide, cowboy, and camp cook, he’s been spending more time thinking about things to say. His radio segment, called Windy’s Words of Wisdom, has given him new purpose. Down at... Read more →


Over a million websites seized in global operation

WASHINGTON – More than 1 million copyright-infringing website domain names selling counterfeit automotive parts, electrical components, personal care items and other fake goods were criminally and civilly seized in the past year through the combined efforts of law-enforcement agencies across the world, high-profile industry representatives and anti-counterfeiting associations. The ongoing... Read more →


Silver Diner Serves Hearty Meal at Joe’s Place in Camden City

Fred Acevedo and volunteers serve vegetables, mashed potatoes and meatloaf to guests at Joe’s Place. CHERRY HILL, N.J. – What’s on the menu this week: giving back to the community. The Cherry Hill team of Silver Diner, alongside Operating Partner Fred Acevedo, prepared and served meatloaf, mashed potatoes, and corn... Read more →


NJBIA to Host Public Policy Forum on Friday, Dec. 7

NJ's Legislative Leadership, Congressman Pallone and Former NJ Governors Florio and DiFrancesco All to Take Part in Annual Government Affairs Event On Friday, Dec. 7, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., the New Jersey Business & Industry Association will host its annual Public Policy Forum at the Hyatt Regency in... Read more →


Researchers Say: Depression, Not Anxiety, Predicts Drinking in Adolescent Girls

Newswise — Internalizing problems such as depression and anxiety, along with alcohol misuse, increase during adolescence. All three predict poor social, academic, and emotional outcomes – particularly for girls. However, it is unclear what relationships exist among these problems. Do depression and anxiety lead to more alcohol use or does... Read more →


Father of five and postal worker of 30 years killed in Commerce crash

December 4, 2018 COMMERCE, Calif.--Authorities said the crash happened just after 10 a.m. at the intersection of Eastern Avenue and Atlantic Boulevard. When firefighters arrived, they found two vehicles had crashed into a nearby building. The family of the postal worker identified him as Joel Perales, who they said had... Read more →


FBI: Credit Card Cloners Stole Thousands

Fraudsters Used Overseas Hackers to Get Card Numbers A prolific credit card scammer—who continued his crimes from behind bars—is now serving a lengthy sentence thanks to a multi-agency investigation into his card-cloning operation. From 2014 to 2016, Syracuse, New York, resident Daquan Rice, 23, and several associates purchased credit card... Read more →


New Restaurants Open In Philadelphia This Winter

Philly Restaurant Openings This Winter Include Korean Fare, Inviting Pubs, BYOBs & Donuts Galore ’Tis the season for hunkering down and cozying up with delicious flavors in Philadelphia’s always-evolving dining scene. Whether it’s a vegetarian riff on soul food from legendary restaurateurs (Green Soul), classic yet casual Italian (Giuseppe &... Read more →


Woodbury Resident Indicted for Bank Robbery

PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced today that Michael Fanelli, 36, of Woodbury, NJ, was indicted by a federal grand jury and charged with one count of armed bank robbery. The federal indictment charges him with using a pellet gun to rob a PNC bank of approximately... Read more →