Now the clock is ticking to see what can be done to save those homes.
Some sense of normalcy returned to neighborhoods hours after the manhunt for Frein ended. The massive police presence that once scoured the Pocono mountains replaced on this Halloween by the sight of children enjoying trick or treating, an activity that was set to be cancelled.
With Air Show planes soaring overhead a group of local residents protesting a property tax hike held up signs Wednesday on the Atlantic City Boardwalk.
Officials say the scams involve callers who use sophisticated computer technology called “caller ID spoofing,” which is illegal, to mask their true identify to defraud consumers.
“Scammers are telling customers that their electric bill is delinquent and will be shut off for non-payment unless the customer purchases a Green Dot MoneyPak,” said Freeholder Scot McCray.
A local organization has received a grant to help needy area residents put food on the table.
A Borough council meeting is being held at Paulsboro High School Monday night to allow residents the opportunity to ask questions about contamination in their water supply.
Resident work hours are time limits placed on doctors in training to limit the amount of time they can work, reduce fatigue and reduce mistakes. But now the concept needs revisiting.
Residents and community members can now send anonymous crime tips and other information through text messages and emails to the Gloucester Township Police Department.
Nine centers in counties on the south western side of the state will now be open on a rotating schedule; three days per week from 9 a.m. till 7 p.m.
Emergency management officials in Delaware say about 1,500 doses of potassium iodide have been distributed to residents who live within 10 miles of the Salem/Hope Creek nuclear power plant in New Jersey.