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Glass business sees future clearly

Next year, South Jersey Glass & Door expects to be settling into 70,000 square feet of building and one designed around its needs and growth expectations. A planned second phase will stretch the facility to 100,000 square feet.

DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-08-17 17:57:00

Cannabis: Vinelanders can 'toke' it or leave it

The move to act now is a new state government push to open six more medical marijuana dispensaries across New Jersey. Would-be operators need to meet many qualifications, like demonstrating a likelihood they could get permission to open shop somewhere, and submit a lengthy application by the end of

DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-08-16 18:08:00

Man fighting flesh-eating bacteria from N.J. waters undergoes amputations

On Wednesday Perez, 60, of Millville, underwent amputations for severe infections caused by aflesh-eating bacteria that he contractedin Maurice River waters last month, according to his daughter, Dilena Perez-Dilan.

NJ.COM - 2018-08-16 08:12:00

$5.1M worth of marijuana seized on I-78 near N.J.-Pa. border

A California trucker was busted this week hauling more than 1,000 pounds of marijuana valued at $5.1 million into New Jersey, authorities announced Thursday.New Jersey State troopersallegedly found the drugs in 44 cardboard boxes as they searched a tractor-trailer Tuesday at theI-78weigh station inG

NJ.COM - 2018-08-16 13:05:00

Detention hearing pushed back for man charged in fatal stabbing of woman

Ishmael Coleman, 41, was charged in the stabbing death of 38-year-old Takeela Wilson. (HCPO photo)

NJ.COM - 2018-08-17 12:28:00

LETTER: A closer look at Vineland’s tax bill

The local municipal tax is 33.69 percent. Everyone should know what services the city provides to the taxpayers. The school district tax is 22.13 percent of the total. The school district has the obligation of educating over 10,000 students. Therefore, the tax monies for the municipal tax and distri

DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-08-16 18:43:00

Smyrna man shoots himself after abducting estranged wife, state police say

Steven Smith, 26, of Smyrna, drove the 28-year-old victim in her vehicle to West Virginia, threatening to kill her and then kill himself, police said. He did shoot himself, but the victim escaped with non-life threatening injuries, according to police.

DELAWARE ONLINE - 2018-08-17 12:14:00

Here's what a marijuana grow company thinks it can do for South Jersey

First, there's involvement in a business that appears to be on a roll, as New Jersey moves to expand medicinal marijuana access.Second, there's a financial investment in the local economy, roughly $4.5 million in initial capital improvement spending.And third, there's a shot for residents at about 6


Vineland's Magic Mears named Cumberland softball coach

Next season, Cumberland will return three key players in Katryna Arbelo, Megan Culley, and Breanna Suppi, who all received Conference player of the week honors during the 2018 season.


Millville Sonic Drive-In to get second chance with new owners

The fast food restaurant, which shuttered in 2012 after four years of operation, expects to open by Oct. 1, if not sooner, according to owners Nolan Aspell and Joshua Barnard.


Sealed and delivered: Plans to move Dover Post Office get the go-ahead - Delaware State News

“We are still looking at different alternatives,” said Ray Daiutolo Sr., who works at USPS corporate communications. “Once a decision is made we will share that information.”

DELAWARESTATENEWS.NET - 2018-08-17 04:10:34

Dover drug raid results in charges for 5 adults, 1 juvenile

At the culmination of a two-month rug investigation, Dover Police and Delaware Probation and Parole executed a search warrant at a city home Wednesday and made six arrests, authorities said Thursday.According to Dover Police, officers raided 63 Stoney Drive around 11:15 a.m. on August 15, 2018. They

WDEL 1150AM - 2018-08-16 17:18:00

Judge: Bridgeton factory not required to let worker use marijuana

Forklift operator Daniel Cotto Jr. sued his employer, Ardagh Glass, after it refused to let him return to his job following a workplace accident in November 2016.


Pope condemns reported sex abuse by priests in Pennsylvania

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FOX29.COM - 2018-08-16 21:18:00

Worker killed after trench collapse in Oak Lane

PHILADELPHIA (WTXF)- Three men from a tech plumbing and heating company were working underground in Oak Lane when a combination of dirt and concrete fell into their work area. Two men escaped, but one contractor died.The incident happened under their work staging area in the rear of 106 W. Walnut Pa

FOX29.COM - 2018-08-16 22:35:00

State prison guard charged with drug smuggling scheme

David Cade, 53, was arrested in April immediately after making a transaction with a woman outside the prison — $1,000 reportedly in exchange for oxycodone to be smuggled into the prison and several Suboxone strips, according to the state Attorney General's Office.


Downtown Dover Partnership hires familiar face as executive director - Delaware State News

“Over time I have seen the Downtown Dover Partnership evolve into an increasingly advanced organization taking on more complex projects, such as community-initiated development and the Dover Capital City market that successfully provides for needs among a very diverse population,” Ms. Laird said.

DELAWARESTATENEWS.NET - 2018-08-16 03:53:30

Medical marijuana user's boss can drug test him, court says

When he was hired, he told officials there he was taking Percocet, Gabapentin and using medical marijuana -- all prescribed by a doctor -- to treat pain from a 2007 injury he had suffered, Cotto's suit said.


Teen offered lift home from Dover Park basketball courts then robbed by driver, passenger

A 17-year-old walking home from the Dover Park basketball courts was robbed after a pair of suspects offered him a ride, then drove him to an area that wasn't his area of residence and forcibly removed items from his person, state authorities announced Wednesday.


Woman, 51, gunned down on front porch in West Philadelphia

Woman, 51, gunned down on front porch in West PhiladelphiaMother of woman gunned down in West Philadelphia speaks out

FOX29.COM - 2018-08-16 11:43:00