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Vineland woman killed in crash, Bridgeton man charged

Rochelle A. Caldwell, 41, died of her injuries at Jefferson Hospital after her Chevrolet Malibu was rear-ended by a Ford Explorer truck driven by Juan Vazquez Reyes, police said.

DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-08-20 14:17:00

One shot, one arrested after fight at Bridgeton gas station

The shooting victim, 19-year-old Zahmere McCoy of Bridgeton, was already gone by the time police responded to the Riggins station on Route 49, Bridgeton Chief of Police Michael Gaimari said in press release. Others on the scene had taken him to Inspira Hospital in Bridgeton. McCoy was later transfer

DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-08-21 13:34:00

Bruni's Breakfast & Burgers in Vineland closes its doors

Buy PhotoThe dining room bustles at Bruni's Breakfast & Burgers during a grand opening Friday, April 20, 2018 in Vineland, N.J.(Photo: Joe Lamberti/Courier Post)

DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-08-20 21:13:00

1 dead after 2-car crash in Vineland

A 2012 Chevrolet Malibu driven by Rochelle Caldwell, 41, of Vineland, was driving westbound on West Chestnut Avenue when she was struck by a 2001 Ford Explorer pickup truck, police said.

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2018-08-20 10:43:00

Two Vineland residents suffer life-threatening injuries after crash on W. Chestnut Avenue

Richard Myers Jr., 42, was traveling westbound on West Chestnut Avenue when he suddenly left the road and hit the pole of a traffic light, police said.

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2018-08-20 00:51:00

600 acres in Vineland to become new nature preserve

"We're excited to establish the new Menantico Preserve," said Michele S. Byers, executive director of the Far Hills-based nonprofit. "This property is less than 5 miles from downtown Vineland and a short distance from downtown Millville. Together, these two cities have a population of nearly 90,000


Vineland Senior Center offers a variety of activities

Pinochle, Thursdays, new players welcome.Senior Action Club, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. third Tuesday of the month.Yoga, 9:45 a.m. Tuesdays, space is limited.Cardiovascular exercise, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Monday and Wednesday.Art class, 1 p.m. last Monday of the month, space is limited.Line dancing, 10 a.m. Fr

DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-08-20 19:35:00

Commuters worry about fate of Atlantic City Rail Line

"We are under a federal deadline for Positive Train Control, which is December 31st. We take that very seriously," said NJ Transit Chief Executive Kevin Corbett.

6ABC.COM - 2018-08-20 21:57:22

For some, Cumberland County IS a war zone | Opinion

Recently, Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae wrote an op-ed article that theSouth Jersey Timesran with the headline "Killers won't hold Bridgeton, Millville hostage." Her article followed some gun-related homicides and other violence in the county during the past month.


2 hospitalized after Lexus hits pole in Vineland

Police responded to West Chestnut Avenue and Southwest Boulevard shortly before 6:30 for a report of a single-vehicle crash with "serious, life-threatening injuries," according to a press release.


Cumberland County seeks 2 of its most wanted individuals

Keven M. Riley, 39, is being sought on one Cumberland County Superior Court Family warrant for failure to appear. Riley also is being sought for one Cumberland County Superior Court Criminal warrant for failure to appear. Riley is described as a white male, 5 feet 8 inches tall, 150 pounds, with haz

DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-08-19 18:20:00

Man accused of killing 1 woman now charged in 2011 slaying

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ROANOKE TIMES - 2018-08-19 17:03:09

Man charged with murdering 2 girlfriends allegedly threatened to kill a 3rd

The obituary described Daniel J. Brennan, her live-in boyfriend and father of one of her kids with another on the way, as her fiance.


Large Junkyard fire impacts SEPTA and Amtrak lines

NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA (WTXF)- Officials have responded to a large junkyard fire impacting SEPTA and Amtrak lines.SEPTA's Trenton line and Amtrak's service through Philadelphia has been temporarily suspended.SEPTA's Chestnut Hill West line was previously suspended but has now resumed with residual d

FOX29.COM - 2018-08-20 01:16:00

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

Angel Perez of Millville, N.J., was crabbing in the Maurice River in Matts Landing on on July 2, when he contracted gangrene through a bacterial infection menacingly called Vibrio necrotizing fasciitis. The bacteria then creeped into his limbs in a matter of weeks, said his daughter Dilena Perez-Dil


South Jersey school says music room damaged in blaze

The fire was quickly knocked down, the Williamstown Fire Department said on its Facebook page, and crews ventilated the building.


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


West Nile Virus found in another N.J. county

The virus is transferred to other species, include humans, through mosquito bites. No one has tested positive in Atlantic County,but the first confirmed case was found in Hunterdon County,and two other people in the state may have contracted the virus.


School board candidate describes black people as monkeys and 'wastes of life' in Facebook rant

A New Jersey school board candidate called black people "monkeys," "animals," "useless wastes of life" and advocates "it's time to start firing bullets" to kill them, in a series of racist Facebook posts. Richard Jankowski is seen in an undated Facebook photo. (Facebook) Richard Jankowski, 51, of Wi


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.