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Salem County NJ

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14 Charged With Child Porn Crimes In N.J. Sweeps

The take from the sweep, dubbed by law enforcement “Predator Alert II,” runs the gamut: two school bus drivers, a software engineer, a minister in training, a corporate executive.

07/24/2014

(Bemi McClain, on the boardwalk in Wildwood prior to the law mandating that pants must cover the underwear.  Credit: David Madden)

Another South Jersey Community Tries a No-Low-Pants Law

Penns Grove mayor John Washington insists he’s not pushing for a town-wide dress code just because Wildwood recently put a similar statute on the books.

08/16/2013

(Bill O'Brien teaches a safe driving class for older drivers at Elmer Hospital.  Credit: David Madden)

South Jersey Man Works As Guardian Angel For Aging Drivers

The AARP offers driving refresher classes to those over age 50. Bill O’Brien teaches twice a month throughout South Jersey.

03/21/2013

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Two Injured In New Jersey Mobile Home Fire

Two women were hospitalized after an early morning fire in Salem County on Sunday.

01/27/2013

(NJ state senate president Steve Sweeney, left, and state agriculture secretary Doug Fisher in Salem County on Tuesday.  Credit: David Madden)

New Jersey Marks Its 200,000th Acre of Farmland Preserved

It’s taken 27 years to get to this point, according to officials, but the goal is to set aside 550,000 acres for farms in the Garden State.

10/09/2012

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Clean Up Efforts Underway In Flood Ravaged Parts Of South Jersey

The damage assessment from Sunday’s storms got underway on Monday. Some areas of South Jersey were hit especially hard, seeing more than 11 inches of rain.

08/15/2011

(The Hope Creek nuclear power plant.  File photo)

Federal Regulators Approve 20-Year Extension For Hope Creek Nuke Plant in NJ

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has, as expected, approved a 20-year license renewal for the third of three facilities operated by PSEG Nuclear in Salem County, NJ.

07/20/2011

(Gov. Chris Christie is flanked at Tuesday's announcement by New Jersey Board of Public Utilities chairman Lee Solomon, left, and NJ Department of Envoronmental Protection commissioner Bob Martin.  Photo by David Madden)

Christie Says NJ Will Rely On Many Sources For Future Energy Needs

New Jersey governor Chris Christie has unveiled a draft of a new energy master plan for the Garden State which looks, in some ways, like the one it is designed to replace.

06/07/2011

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