CAMDEN, N.J. – A Camden County, New Jersey, man admitted on July 7, 2020 that he bought and sold 80 milligram oxycodone pills as part of his role in drug trafficking operations based in Gloucester City and Camden, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced. Wayne Muse, 73, of Lindenwold, New Jersey, pleaded guilty by videoconference before […]
Anyone that is a relative or knows of a relative of these individuals is asked to call the Office of the Medical Examiner at (856)218-4190.
On June 22, 2020, New Jersey courts entered Phase 2 of the Judiciary’s Post-Pandemic Plan, which provides for a limited number of employees to return to court facilities while still restricting most in-person events. In Phase 2, 10 to 15 percent of judges and staff return to court facilities and certain matters that cannot proceed […]
By Scott A. Coffina The horrific and inexcusable killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer while three of his fellow officers watched and did nothing as a subdued man’s life was being choked out of him has started a passionate national conversation about the relationship of police officers and the communities they serve. […]
The Non-Profit Development Center of Southern New Jersey has awarded $500 in pandemic relief grants to three South Jersey non-profits.
Commercial companies, industrial companies, and suppliers often take part in the STEP Safety program due to its world-class safety standards. Taking part in this program shows organizational leadership, a commitment to your employees, and in turn, translates to a positive cultural transformation.
A plan for the gradual resumption of certain in-person court events has been recommended by the New Jersey Courts Post-Pandemic Planning committees.
With several impactful storms already this year, customers should take steps to prepare for storms and hurricanes that often come with summer.
Warren E. Shelton, 54, of Chesilhurst, entered a guilty plea before U.S. District Judge Joseph H. Rodriguez to an indictment charging him with one count of unlawful possession of imitation badges, identification cards, and other insignia prescribed for use by officers of a department, among other offenses.
At the May 28, 2020, virtual meeting of Mayor and Council, Bellmawr Mayor Chuck Sauter thanked Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and the Department of Public Works (DPW) “for their hard work and dedication that they provide to us and to the Borough of Bellmawr.” Proclamations that were read included: A Proclamation for Department of Public […]