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  • Bank Fines for Abandoned Properties in South Jersey?

    Years after the country’s massive housing crisis and financial meltdown, banks and local governments are still haggling over the details of what to do with large numbers of foreclosed or otherwise abandoned properties. The bump in the housing market left a lot of empty buildings in communities all over America. In some places, like Detroit, the problem was evidently much worse. But in other places,…

  • Elderly Resident Injured in Purse Snatching

    Marlton, NJ A horrifying attack on an elderly woman at a local Marlton shopping center is an illustration of how communities have a responsibility to protect some of their most vulnerable citizens. August reports in the Courier Post online show that an elderly victim sustained significant injuries in a theft incident, when a younger man grabbed her purse outside a shopping center in Marlton. Apparently,…

  • Gloucester Man Hit on Road

    Sicklerville, NJ A tragic Gloucester Township accident last month left a victim in critical condition, with broken bones and lung damage. August reports from the Courier Post online showed a hit-and-run vehicle accident occurred on Sicklerville road on a Sunday evening at 10PM. The 23-year-old victim was walking along the road when he was struck. Police speculated that the car in question would have significant…

  • Patient First Coming to Woodbury

    A new line of urgent care centers is coming to Gloucester in southern New Jersey. August 5 reports from the South Jersey Times show Virginia-based Patient First is opening up a facility at 630 Mantua Pike in Woodbury on August 13. The facility, which is slated to open late this year or early next year, will have radiology, lab and prescription drug operations on site….

  • Gloucester Adds Drug Counselors to Local Courtrooms

    As a response to significant substance abuse problems in some New Jersey communities, Gloucester Township officials have moved to place substance abuse counselors in some southern New Jersey courtrooms. Reporting from the Courier Post shows that these licensed counselors will help those suffering from addiction, by giving them more information and resources for rehabilitation and self-improvement, assumedly attending court hearings and other events to look…

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