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Delaware Drinking Water Not Impacted By PA Chemical Spill
The Division of Public Health (DPH) on Sunday shared that Delaware drinking water has not been impacted by the chemical spill in a tributary of the Delaware River in Bristol, PA. “Delaware’s drinking water has not been impacted by the spill in Pennsylvania,” said DPH Interim Director Dr. Rick Hong....
Authorities ID Woman Killed By Ex-Boyfriend Who Died By Suicide In Trenton
A Trenton shooting victim has been identified as Nyeisha Saunders, 41, of Trenton, authorities said. The Mercer County Prosecutor's Office identified Antione Brown, 46, of Trenton, as the person who shot Saunders and her son before shooting himself, they said. Brown and Saunders had a previous dating relationship, according to...
Videos show conflicting story of Trenton murder than official reports (L.A. PARKER COLUMN)
Trenton police officers may have found two men shot outside a South Trenton bar late Friday evening but videos obtained by The Trenton show a different reality. At least one victim appears to have suffered his gunshot wound inside the GT 502 Bar & Lounge as several people attempted emergency procedures. The 10:40 p.m. incident produced a hectic scene as people helped one man flat on his back on the barroom floor with his shirt pulled up around his bloody chest.
Victim And Suspect Identified In Last Night’s Fatal Shooting
March 27, 2023 TRENTON, NJ (MERCER)–The Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office had identified last night’s fatal shooting victim as Nyeisha Saunders,…
Levittown Contracting Company Comes Close to Completing Sports Fields for Local School
A contracting company in Bucks County is just about finished with several sports fields for a local school, which will be in use very soon. CLC Contractors, based in Levittown, has been working on multiple sports fields for Conwell Egan Catholic High School. The Fairless Hills school is having fields built for their baseball, softball, soccer, and football teams, who will use the areas both for practice and home games.
Emmaus man accused of embezzling $2.4M from company in Bucks
BENSALEM TWP., Pa. - A man from Lehigh County is accused of embezzling $2.4 million from a company that supplies cabinet housings for slot machines and other furniture to casinos. Michael Bull, 47, of Emmaus, faces multiple charges, including dealing in proceeds of unlawful activity, theft by unlawful taking, theft...
NJ takes over Paterson police after crisis worker's shooting
New Jersey’s attorney general said Monday that his office has taken control of the police department in the state’s third-largest city, Paterson, less than a month after officers there fatally shot a well-known crisis intervention worker during a tense standoff. Attorney General Matt Platkin said at a news conference that his office had assumed control of all police functions without delay, including the division that investigates internal police matters. His announcement didn’t mention the shooting of 31-year-old Najee Seabrooks directly, but it reflected activists’ concerns about how the department was being run. “There is a crisis of confidence in law enforcement in this city,” he said to brief cheers and calls of “Thank you” from the audience. “Something has to change, and it will change starting now. Earlier this morning, I exercised my authority as attorney general and superseded the Paterson Police Department.” Platkin said the takeover amounted to a “pledge” to residents and officers that the state is committed to safety in the city.
Pastor says members of burned-out church, school children will find new homes
FLORENCE - When a multi-alarm fire destroyed a church here, one powerful relic survived: a massive cross that's been pulled from the ruins to inspire the congregation. The cross was on display Sunday at Burlington Township High School, where members of the Fountain of Life Center gathered to worship just days after losing...
Two dead, one injured in Trenton murder-suicide
TRENTON, NJ – Police in Trenton are investigating a double shooting that left a woman dead and another male victim injured. The gunman was later found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The incident appears to be a murder-suicide at this time. The shooting occurred around 6:30 pm Sunday in the 100 block of Pennington Avenue. Police were alerted to the shooting by the city’s ShotSpotter gunshot alert system. When police arrived, they found two gunshot victims at the Monroe Street and Pennington Avenue intersection. The adult woman was suffering from multiple gunshot victims. She was taken to Capital Health The post Two dead, one injured in Trenton murder-suicide appeared first on Shore News Network.
Violence in Trenton has become just background noise for too many (L.A. PARKER COLUMN)
It’s finally happened — Black and Brown men shot in Trenton but with non-life threatening injuries — no longer matter. Four Black males, including a 15-year-old suffered various bullet wounds last Tuesday afternoon. Reports noted the incident occurred in the first block of Stockton St. And, the fact none of the victims perished, well, consider their injuries akin to rite of passage.
Triple shooting in New Jersey leaves two dead and one injured
A triple shooting in the New Jersey city of Trenton has left two people dead and one injured. The alarm was raised shortly after 6.30pm on Sunday, March 26 when officers were alerted to shots having been fired on the 100 block of Pennington Avenue in Trenton. It is understood...
Meat recall: Over 3K pounds of beef recalled due to potential contamination
A Kansas-based meat packer is recalling 3,436 pounds of boneless beef chuck after routine testing discovered E. coli. contamination in its product, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service. The FSIS said that meat packer Elkhorn Valley Packing of Harper, Kansas, voluntarily recalled its...
NJ mom criminally charged after 2-year-old boy’s overdose death
ASBURY PARK — A 26-year-old woman whose toddler died from a drug overdose earlier this year has been indicted on charges of aggravated manslaughter. Quanique Smith, of Asbury Park, was first arrested after the 2-year-old boy’s death on Jan. 5. Shortly after 1 a.m. that morning, Asbury Park...
One of the Largest Weapon Seizures in NJ History, and $7M for Gun Violence Detection
One of the largest weapons seizures in the NJ history - 100 handguns, 200 large capacity mags - and the $7 million investment in gun violence detection technology. New Jersey authorities have announced the seizure of 100 stolen handguns and 200 large capacity ammunition magazines (LCMs) in one of the largest weapons seizures in the state's recent history. The guns were stolen from a freight train cargo shipment between Vermont and Louisiana. A New Jersey woman, Claudine Kammo, has been arrested and charged with unlawful possession of the weapons, among other offenses.
When Walmart, Target could charge for some bags
As more and more states and localities enact legislation banning certain types of bags in retail stores, it can get confusing where and how much customers might be charged for them.
Man sentenced to 11 years in prison for shooting, attempted robbery inside Bensalem hotel
A man will spend up to more than two decades in prison for shooting at two people and attempting to rob another in a hotel in Bensalem two years ago. On Friday, Ted Leroy Fosco, 58, with no fixed address, was sentenced to 11 to 22 years in state prison for a January 2021 shooting, according to the Bucks County District Attorney's Office.
NJ takes control of police force in third-largest city, Paterson, weeks after officers fatally shot anti-violence worker
PATERSON, N.J. (AP) — NJ takes control of police force in third-largest city, Paterson, weeks after officers fatally shot anti-violence worker.
NJ fraud alert: Change-of-address scams more common in NJ
📩 Change-of-address fraud rising dramatically across New Jersey. 📩 NJ congressman says the system must change to stop rip-offs. 📩 He claims right now there’s no real way to protect yourself. You might not be aware of it, but there’s been a shocking surge in change-of-address...
Spotlight: J. Allen Hooper Funeral Home
The J. Allen Hooper Funeral Home, 41 W. Trenton Avenue, Morrisville, originally founded in 1923, has proudly been serving the area for 100 years. They are proud of the fact that they are the oldest continually operating family-owned funeral home in Lower Bucks County; in an age where there are so many corporate owned funeral homes in the area, J. Allen Hooper has been serving the area for 100 years.
Langhorne American Legion update
At the Jesse W. Soby Post 148 February meeting, Post Commander Walt Davidson and Veterans Day 5K Run organizers Don Minnick and Gene Enama, presented three Veterans organizations with the run proceeds. Pictured from left are Davidson, Enama, Janet Brennan from Shamrock Reins, Ken Dickerson and Ed Speller from Delaware Valley Stand Down, Rodney Wyatt from Salute 2 Service, and Minnick.
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