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Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Puppies Of Ewing Township, NJ Need You!
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to ewing township..
Where most people are going out of Trenton-Mercer Airport
When the first plane landed there it was just a farmer’s field off Bear Tavern Road in Ewing, New Jersey. That was 1907. 22 years later in 1929 it was opened to the public as Skillman Airport. At the end of World War II it went under county control and was called Mercer County Airport.
Discover the Charm of Willow Grove Park Mall in Willow Grove, PA
Once the site of laughter and thrills, Willow Grove Park Mall stands on the historical grounds of the former Willow Grove Amusement Park. This transformation from a place of amusement to a shopping haven began when the park closed its gates in 1975. By 1982, Federated Department Stores and The...
This NJ city was named one of the best places to live in the country
If I told you that a New Jersey city was named one of the best places for quality of life, which town would you guess it was?. You might guess it was one of our beautiful Shore towns, or maybe one of the towns in Bergen or Hudson counties, with all the things to do. Perhaps it’s a bucolic spot in Warren or Sussex counties, or maybe one of the rural cities in South Jersey.
‘Just think about the possibilities’
Voters will head to the polls on March 12 to decide whether or not to approve an $18.4- million bond referendum that school district officials say will address much needed interior and exterior improvements at Palmyra’s aging school buildings. “It’s time that we make the investment in improving these...
Father and Son from Chalfont Accused of Distributing Cocaine and Methamphetamine
A Chalfont father is free on $200,000 unsecured bail after being arrested and charged with allegedly running a father-son cocaine and methamphetamine distribution operation. Mark Francis Serafin, 53, of Patriot Drive, is charged with two felony counts each of criminal use of a communication facility, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, and criminal conspiracy, according to Warrington Township Police Department.
Driver drags cops through Wawa before wild NJ chase
MILLVILLE — A police officer was dragged through a Wawa parking lot in an incident that also injured a pedestrian and damaged a minivan during a high-speed chase. Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae said police in Millville attempted to stop driver Jacob D. Griffiths, 40, of Bridgeton, and a female passenger near Bluebird Lane around 9:10 a.m. Griffiths was driving a vehicle thought to be have been involved in a robbery in Vineland. The pursuit was called off for safety concerns.
Bucks County’s Mike Daley is the Man Behind America’s Grandest Private Whiskey Collection
Mike Daley, a Bucks County resident and multi-millionaire, possesses one of the largest private whiskey collections in the United States. Mike Daley, a Bucks County resident and multi-millionaire, possesses one of the largest private whiskey collections in the United States, writes Brad Japhne for Food & Wine. His expansive estate,...
Delran's Richard Reinhold Jr., 46, Deputy Special Agent For Homeland Security Dies
Rich, of Delran — affectionately referred to by colleagues as "Big Daddy" — previously worked as an agent in Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington DC, and Newark, NJ. Richard grew up in Philadelphia and attended Father Judge High School and Holy Family University where he received a bachelor’s degree in accounting, his obituary said. After graduating, he joined the police department in New Castle, DE. Rich later transitioned to federal law enforcement.
Food festival in Trenton features New Jersey’s culinary greats
More than 3,000 people are expected throughout the weekend at the Cure Insurance Arena for NJ.com’s Jersey Eats Food Festival.
Arrest Warrant Issued for Contractor Accused of Ripping Off Doylestown Residents
DOYLESTOWN, PA—The Central Bucks Regional Police Department is looking for a New Jersey contractor who took money for jobs that he never finished or never started and then disappeared. Police issued an arrest warrant for Bernard Michael Kanuck III, 40, of Franklinville, N.J. Kanuck is owner of Alpha One Construction LLC. Police said that Kanuck started concrete work in front of one borough business and never returned. They also said that after a resident paid $2,100 for electrical work, Kanuck ripped the wiring out of an electrical panel in the home’s garage and never returned. The police also said that two borough residents on North Main Street hired Kanuck to repair their sidewalks and paid him half of the job upfront. Police said that the check was cashed the same day, but Kanuck hasn’t done any of the work. The police started an investigation into Kanuck in December of 2023. Kanuck is being charged with deceptive business practices, financial exploitation of an older adult and theft. Anyone with information on Kanuck is asked to contact Seargent Paul Kreuter at 215-345-4143. Want more news like this delivered to your inbox? Sign up for our daily and weekly e-mail newsletters online.
Neshaminy High School students give nod to Action News during annual 'Gym Night'
Neshaminy High School students give nod to Action News during annual 'Gym Night'
NJ man missing for weeks is found dead in trunk of car
LAKEWOOD — A man who was reported missing several weeks ago was identified as the person found dead in the trunk of a locked car on Wednesday. Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley Billhimer said the vehicle was found just after noon parked on Fairview Court in Ocean Park Village. The body was identified as David Koscuik, 57, of Lakewood.
Ambler, PA Home Sells for $1.375M
A charming 2-story house near Ambler, Pennsylvania recently changed hands for a substantial sum of $1,375,000 on February 27th. Located at 830 Wooded Pond Rd, Ambler, PA, 19002, this impressive property boasts 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, offering ample space for comfortable living. Spanning a vast 6,718 square feet and situated on a generous lot measuring 0.72 acres, this Westrum-built Colonial Farmhouse is a true gem in the heart of Lower Gwynedd.
Cheltenham police wrangle runaway pig, Det. Gilmartin released from MossRehab
The Cheltenham Township Police Department announced today that officers “wrangled a pig this afternoon on Tookany Parkway.”. According to their Facebook post, police believe it’s the same pig seen wandering through Cheltenham Village last weekend. Officers kept the pig in their possession before dropping him off at the...
New Jersey Rent Increase Laws 2024: What Tenants Should Know
Navigating rental agreements and rent increases in New Jersey can be complex for tenants. While New Jersey doesn’t have a statewide rent control law, several important ordinances and regulations protect tenants’ rights. This article clarifies New Jersey’s rent increase laws for 2024, empowering tenants to make informed decisions about their housing.
Flu turns deadly for children in New Jersey
😷 Influenza transmission is high in all parts of New Jersey. 😷 State Health officials confirm two children have died. 😷 Doctors say flu vaccine is effective this year. As New Jersey sees high transmission rates for influenza statewide, health officials are confirming the deaths of two children.
Single-family neighborhood? Not anymore under new NJ bill
🏠 A proposed law paves the way for accessory dwelling units statewide. 🏠 Separate units are prohibited in towns across the state. 🏠 Bill opponents say it strips power from towns. New Jersey is looking to overstep and take away too much control from local governments, according...
Trenton Tire Shop Hit with Stop-Work Order Over Unpaid Wages: What Local Residents Need to Know
The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) issued a stop-work order to Zitro Tire Service LLC, a Trenton-based tire shop, on February 15, 2024. The order was due to unpaid wages owed to an employee.
9 of the Most Miserable Towns in the US are in New Jersey
For such a small state, the Garden State, we have several miserable towns that made the "big" list of the most miserable towns in America. There are different factors that heraldweekly.com put together through the United States. These factors range from crime rate, median income, commute time, and more. In...