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Left for dead: How Murphy’s refusal to allocate billions in federal aid is killing NJ

Take a look at how many of our local small businesses have been helped by the state: less than 10%. We are witnessing the second great apathy from Gov. Phil Murphy. Despite having billions of federal dollars sitting around just like last summer, almost none of it is being used to help. Despite expiring unemployment benefits, despite looming evictions, despite businesses closing forever — only $120 million of $6.2 billion, less than 2% — has been spent to help.

Man Sentenced to Prison For Shooting into a Residential Neighborhood in Southwest Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA, PA — Acting United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced that Salim Davis, a/k/a “Leem,” 36, of Philadelphia, PA was sentenced eight years and four months in prison and five years of supervised release by United States District Court Judge Gene E.K. Pratter for illegally possessing a firearm and shooting it into a residential neighborhood.

THE GREAT ESCAPE: Clever Pup Facilitates Breakout From New Jersey Doggy Day Care

DOVER, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A great escape from a doggy day care facility was caught on camera Wednesday in Dover. The dogs were in a waiting area when one jumped up on the half door. The door swung open, and the canines made their move. Don’t worry — they didn’t get far. They just ended up in the yard for a little outdoor playtime. All the dogs were accounted for and fine.

Video shows suspects sought in deadly beating of man outside Pat's Steaks

Surveillance cameras at Pat's King of Steaks recorded the fatal beating of a 28-year-old man early Thursday morning. On Friday night, Philadelphia police released the footage and images of four men who homicide detectives say are suspects in the deadly attack. Authorities are offering a $20,000 reward for information leading...

Do you know them? They’re wanted for aggravated assault in Philadelphia

Central Detective Division is seeking the public’s help identifying the individuals seen in the following still photos. On September 11, 2021 at 9:14 pm, the victim, an 18 year-old male, was at Broad Street and Cecil B. Moore Ave when he was hit in the face and head with skateboards by three unknown males. The complainant was knocked unconscious and received stitches to close a wound on his ear.

Authorities Caution Residents in New Jersey to Brace for Radiation Emergency

The CDC New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness along with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection would like people in the Garden State to get ready for the event a radiation emergency brings. Radiation Emergency. September is National Emergency Preparedness Month and with this, the New Jersey...

Return to Elementary/High Schools Coincides with Positive COVID-19 Cases for Bucks County Students

COVID-19 cases among school-aged children have risen alarmingly since the recent return to class.Image via Dan Gacken at Creative Commons. Bucks County students settling into the first weeks of school faced the usual worries about doing well and making friends. But they also faced a health threat with more serious implications. Kate Fishman, of the Bensalem Patch, got the details.

37-year-old man shot and killed in Trenton, authorities say

A 37-year-old man was shot and killed in Trenton early Friday, authorities said. Jeff Charles, of Trenton, was gunned down shorty before 1 a.m. in front of a home on the first block of Race Street, the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office said. Charles was pronounced dead at the scene after...

Seven-Year-Old Perkasie ‘Treasure Hunters,’ Thinking They Found $5 Million, Unearth a Hand Grenade Instead

What two boys thought was a buried treasure turned out to be grenade, mortar tips, and fusesImage via Jamie Hunt at NBC10. Jamie Hunt’s seven-year-old son was playing in his Perkasie backyard with a friend. They imagined themselves as treasure hunters, scanning the property for valuables. What they eventually found wasn’t diamonds; it was something much more dangerous. David Chang unpacked the details for NBC10.
Daily Local News

Downingtown-Thorndale Regional Chamber establishes Ida business relief fund

DOWNINGTOWN—The Downingtown-Thorndale Regional Chamber of Commerce (DTRCC) announces the establishment of its Hurricane Ida Business Relief Fund to assist businesses devastated by flooding related to the storm. Donations are being accepted and can be made online at the Chamber website or by check, and mailing to the Downingtown-Thorndale Regional...
Delaware County Daily Times

Southeast Delco Schools closed by threat

All schools in the Southeast Delco School District were closed Friday after district officials received a Safe2Say tip about a possible threat on school grounds at Academy Park High School Thursday evening. The district announced on its website that out of an abundance of caution officials were closing all district...