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April 10, 2019

16 Parents Involved in College Admissions Scandal Indicted

Defendants indicted on fraud and money laundering charges Lori Loughlin among 16 parents indicted on new charges in college admissions scheme (photo courtesy of NBC) BOSTON – Sixteen parents involved in the college admissions scandal were charged today in Boston in a second superseding indictment with conspiring to commit fraud... Read more →


SJTA READI Project Mgr.

Nick Marchese, Speaker at Conservation Rally

Nick Marchese, project manager for the SJTA's Roadway Environmental Advancement Initiative (READI), will present/speak at the 2019 NJ Land Conservation Rally on Creating Pollinator Habitat along New Jersey Roadways on Friday morning, April 12 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in New Brunswick, NJ. Marchese will join Brittany Dobrzynski, Stewardship Project... Read more →


Three Marines Latest War Casualities

DOD Identifies Marine Casualties The Department of Defense announced today the death of three Marines who were supporting Operation Resolute Support. The following Marines died April 8 while conducting combat operations in Parwan province, Afghanistan.\ Cpl. Robert A. Hendriks, 25, of Locust Valley, New York. Sgt. Benjamin S. Hines, 31,... Read more →


Angelina Green, of Runnemede, age 97

Angelina Green (nee Puglisi), on April 10, 2019, of Runnemede, formerly of South Philadelphia. Age 97. Beloved wife of the late Silas Green. Devoted mother of John Spino and Cathy DiGiovanni (Richard). Loving grandmom of Richard, Jr. (Holly), Jeffrey (Dana), Dawn and John. Great grandmom of Sawyer, Bergen, Anthony, Dominic... Read more →


Our Lady of Hope Regional School to Mark Child Abuse Prevention

BY PLANTING THE OFFICIAL 2019 BLUE PINWHEEL AWARENESS GARDEN The Archdiocesan Office for Child and Youth Protection (OCYP) has selected Our Lady of Hope Regional School as the premiere host site for the official Archdiocesan 2019 Blue Pinwheel Awareness Garden. The garden is being planted in observance of “National Child... Read more →


NJ News Commons:

MURPHY ANNOUNCES NEW STATE OFFSHORE-WIND REGISTRY

At an energy industry conference in New York yesterday, Gov. Phil Murphy revealed a new, state-led online portal designed to pair (and network) offshore-wind investors with New Jersey off-shore wind companies. The governor's goal is to secure an offshore-wind capacity of 3,500 megawatts along the state's coastline by 2030, which... Read more →


Richard Warrington, of Maple Shade, 72

Maple Shade – On April 6, 2019. Age 72. Predeceased by his wife Rosemarie Warrington. Survived by his daughter, Rose Warrington and his sister, Joyce Henry. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Son of the late John C. Warrington, Sr. and Sarah H. Warrington (nee Walker). Relatives and friends... Read more →


New Super Bug Causing Concern

Half of all infected patients Die While everyone has been concerned over the recent measles outbreak there is another health scare to be concerned about according to NYNJ.com There’s a new drug-resistant superbug on the rise and the majority of cases are in New York and New Jersey. Candida Auris,... Read more →


Susan Villa of Bellmawr, 70

Bellmawr - Susan Mary Villa (nee Surynt) of Bellmawr, NJ passed away peacefully, surrounded by her loving family on April 5, 2019 at the age of 70. Beloved wife of Peter for 48 years. Devoted mother of Marysusan and James (Tricia). Loving grandmother of Anna Rose and Mary Olivia. Dear... Read more →


Athanassio "Sakis" Giannakopoulos, Bellmawr, 69

Bellmawr - Athanassio "Sakis" Giannakopoulos, age 69 of Bellmawr on April 8, 2019. Beloved husband of Tracey. Devoted father of Christos Giannakopoulos of Bellmawr and step daughter Amber (Nick) Ferro of Blackwood. Loving grandfather of Nicholas Ferro Jr. Dear brother of Steve (Sandra) Giannakopoulos of Deptford and Maria (Jimmy) Samara... Read more →


Philly Tax Return Preparers Indicted;Charged With Tax Fraud

PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced that tax fraud conspiracy charges were filed against five former tax preparers, Florence Clark, 64, Israel Ortiz-Pena, 39, Alexander Salas, 39, Priscilla Rufino, a/k/a Priscilla Diaz, 37, and Mary Correa, 46, all residents of Philadelphia, who were owners and employees of... Read more →


What to Do If You’re Involved in a Road Accident

graphic file (April 10, 2019)--Today, drivers are safer than ever before and so are the features on the modern cars that we are driving. However, road traffic accidents are still occurring, whether it’s due to poor road conditions, aggressive road users, or several other conditions and situations. If you’ve been... Read more →


DNREC Environmental Crimes Unit arrests two men for illegal burning in Felton area

FELTON (April 9, 2019) – Natural Resources Police Officers with DNREC's Environmental Crimes Unit arrested two Kent County men April 4 on multiple illegal burning charges related to a fire in the Felton area. DNREC ECU officers responded at the request of the Felton Fire Company to investigate a large... Read more →


Menendez, Booker Call for Reinstatement of Policy Against Holding Pregnant Women in Immigration Detention

Senators demand answers from ICE and CBP regarding treatment of pregnant women in DHS custody WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker (both D-N.J.) joined a group of Senate colleagues in calling for the reinstatement of an Obama-era policy ordering most pregnant women to be released from... Read more →


Home Country: Marcus Pincus and His Fenwick Glass Fly Rod

Slim Randles | CNBNewsnet image courtesy of www.tridentflyfishing.com It was just one of those things. It didn’t really mean Marvin Pincus had lost his mind. Consider this yourself for a minute. Marvin had opened the mail that morning and in it was the Fenwick glass fly rod he’d ordered. Oh,... Read more →


NJ Labor Department Launches $2M Summer Youth Employment Program

Interns in high-unemployment areas to receive summer jobs, work readiness skills TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development’s (NJDOL) Office of Youth Programs has awarded $2 million to 7 counties and the City of Newark to provide teens and young adults in high-unemployment areas with paid... Read more →


El Paso Border Patrol Apprehend 9 in Vehicle in New Mexico, Two Ejected Aliens Die

image courtesy of the Free Republic EL PASO, Texas -U.S. Border Patrol agents from the El Paso Sector responded to a report of a suspected smuggling incident Saturday, at 8 p.m. EDT, near mile marker 131 on highway 9 in New Mexico. Agents encountered the grey minivan identified by the... Read more →


Summer is coming to Philadelphia! Check out these free and low-cost programs for kids

April 2019 Post by Juliet Shen, Communications Manager, Citywide Out-of -School-Time Initiative Summer: a time of fun, sun, and searching for summer programming for your children. Luckily, the City of Philadelphia offers plenty of free to low-cost summer camps and quality programming to enrich your child’s summer. The Citywide Out-of-School-Time... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing : Black Bears Emerging from Winter Dens

Marylanders Urged to Keep Bears Wild After a long winter slumber, black bears are now emerging from their dens, and human residents of Maryland’s bear country should take steps to keep both species separate and safe. Adult and newborn bears will emerge hungry and seeking natural food sources, but many... Read more →


Paterson Woman Admits Calling in Hoax Bomb Threats to Court Houses in NJ

CAMDEN City N.J. – A Paterson, New Jersey, woman today admitted calling in hoax bomb threats to the federal courthouse in Camden and the Hughes Justice Complex in Trenton, New Jersey, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced. Amdije Toska, 40, pleaded guilty before Senior U.S. District Judge Robert B. Kugler in... Read more →


PENN RESEARCHERS Unlocking the female bias in lupus

Patterns of the RNA molecule Xist (labeled pink), which is responsible for X chromosome inactivation, differed between healthy patients' T cells and T cells from lupus patients. In female lupus patients, Xist appeared in a diffuse cloud, rather than in a targeted pattern, across the nuclei of activated T cells.... Read more →


PA man sentenced to 18 years' imprisonment for child exploitation offense

PHILADELPHIA — On Wednesday, April 3, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced a Stowe, Pennsylvania, man was sentenced to 18 years’ imprisonment followed by 15 years of supervised release for child exploitation offenses, following a investigation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland... Read more →