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Rendell: Safehouse offered building for injection site for $1 by developer whose son died of an overdose
The Philadelphia nonprofit planning to open the country’s first site where opioid users can use drugs under medical supervision has been offered a building in the Kensington area for $1 by a prominent developer whose son recently died from an overdose, according to Ed Rendell, who is on the board of
Evesham Police and Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office arrest alleged methamphetamine dealers
The following information is on file with the Evesham Township Police Department:. On March 13 — through a month-long cooperative investigation between the Burlington County Prosecutors Office Narcotic Task Force and the Evesham Township Police Department — officials arrested a pair of females from
Manufacturing alive and well with 11,000 companies in NJ
New Jersey used to be the home of several automobile manufacturing companies and other firms that made large appliances and machines. The assembly lines of yesteryear are gone. But plenty of things are still made in the Garden State.
Homeland Security leads Port of Philadelphia cocaine bust investigation
PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is leading the investigation into this week's big cocaine discovery at the Port of Philadelphia. At the U.S. Custom House in Old City, Philadelphia, on Thursday, law enforcement officials had stacked 450 bricks of cocaine wrappe
Acappella For Autism Returns To Moorestown April 13
MOORESTOWN, NJ - The Moorestown High School Interact Club will host its seventh annual A Cappella for Autism competition on Saturday, April 13, 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium.
He was deported 3 times, but he kept coming back to N.J. Now, he’s headed to jail, ICE says.
Immigration officials are unsure exactly when Carlos Juarez-Sanchez, a native of Honduras, first illegally crossed the border into the U.S. But, they know he was deported in 2008. And again in 2013. And again in 2014.
Chili and Chocolate Cook-Off, Sunday, March 24 at 5 pm
First United Methodist Church, 446 Camden Avenue, Moorestown. Dinner in Fellowship Hall - chili, salad, cornbread and chocolate desserts. Tickets $15/adult, $10/children 12 and under ($40/max per family). Judges will award prizes to the top entries. Questions, contact Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prosecutors say NJ cops pulled over drivers — to rob them!
PATERSON — A city police officer accused of stealing money during illegal traffic stops and shakedowns and then falsifying reports has been indicted on charges he conspired to violate individuals' civil rights.
Burlington County hosting Easter egg hunt for children with special needs
WESTAMPTON — Children with specials needs won't get left out of the Easter egg hunt this year. Burlington County will host its 2nd annual Sensory Friendly Easter Egg Hunt for children of all ages on April 13 at the Burlington County Special Services School on 20 Pioneer Blvd.
3 charged in New Jersey drug mill linked to dozens of overdoses, deaths
NEWARK, New Jersey -- Three men stand accused of running a drug mill that allegedly sold heroin and fentanyl stamped with "brands" linked to dozens of overdoses, including 84 deaths.
Philadelphia Police Release Video Of Suspect Who Fatally Shot Longtime Bar Employee During Robbery
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Police have released an image and video of a suspect after a longtime bar employee was shot and killed during a robbery at Germantown’s DelMar Lounge, right at closing time Thursday. Police say the suspect shot 58-year-old Jeffrey Johnson, a bar back, in the chest before robbing
Friends worried after NJ man considered ‘suicidal’ goes missing
ABSECON — Police are looking for a man described by close friends and family as "suicidal" who has not been seen since Saturday. Patrick T. Morrisey, 25, was last seen about 10 a.m. leaving his home on Natalie Terrace, according to police. Morrisey, a Stockton University student, has exhibited "delu
Doors wouldn’t open at train station and NJ Transit threw Dunkin’ under the bus
Time to make the donuts — and open the train station?. Commuters were baffled Thursday morning when they found out NJ Transit relies on Dunkin’ employees to open a Mercer County train station. Maybe it’s time for Wawa to be in charge?
Bryce Harper hits first homers, goes deep twice for Phillies
CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) — Bryce Harper showed off his mighty power a week before opening day. The slugger hit his first two Grapefruit League homers for the Philadelphia Phillies on Thursday, driving one completely out of the ballpark.
Agents discover 1,185 pounds of cocaine during search at Philadelphia seaport
PHILADELPHIA — A search of imported shipping containers at the Philadelphia seaport led to the discovery of 1,185 pounds of cocaine Tuesday, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Morning Briefing: Missing man found dead; Dogs removed from home; 76ers get big win over Celtics
Good Morning. Here are some of the top stories from around the region. After a couple of nice days, we are going to feel like ducks today. It's going to rain all day and there are flood watches all over. Expect the high to hit about 50 degrees.
Vinny Curry happy to be back ‘home’ with the Eagles, even at a possible discount
Vinny Curry grew up an Eagles fan in Neptune, N.J. It was a dream come true in 2012 when they drafted him, and it was a dream come true for him Thursday when the 30-year-old defensive end re-signed with them.
Killing of armed robber by grocery-store owner was ‘justifiable,’ DA rules
The District Attorney’s Office has ruled that a West Philadelphia grocery store owner was justified last week when he fatally shot a masked would-be robber who had first fired at him, a Police Department spokesperson said Thursday.
Police searching for missing 13-year-old girl
PHILADELPHIA (FOX 29) - Philadelphia police are searching for a missing 13-year-old girl who has not been seen since Wednesday morning. Police say tha Shavon McGarrell was last spotted on the 5000 block of Kershaw Street around 7:30 a.m.
ACE Greater Philadelphia Expands to Camden
CAMDEN, NJ— A program that introduces high school and middle school students to the fields of architecture, construction and engineering has expanded to Camden. ACE Greater Philadelphia now has a team in Camden, led by Erica Anderson-Blaylock, of City Invicible Architecture, and Ron Kerins, of Greyh