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Edward R. Morgan III, 68, self-made businessman
Edward R. Morgan III, 68, formerly of Havertown, a self-made businessman, died Monday, Dec. 2, of pneumonia at Bryn Mawr Hospital.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Shore town officer being called a hero
A Jersey Shore town police officer is being credited with saving the life of an unconscious driver he rescued from a burning truck.
Nor'easter Hits Berkeley; Worst Storm Since Sandy Impacts Holiday Traffic
A nor'easter is dumping heavy rainfall, and bringing 50-mph wind gusts and the threat of moderate flooding to the Berkeley area as the community braces for possibly the worst storm since Superstorm Sandy.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Jersey Shore Preps For Pre-Thanksgiving Storm
It's a storm that will pick up intensity through the night with wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour.
16 Salutes: Bob Webber
There is a place in Lycoming County where you can't be reached by cell phone. There are no roads and it's just the way nature intended.
Lower Township Gazette
Nor'easter could release 50-mph wind gusts, snow flurries for South Jersey
The huge warm up and cool down created by the impending Thanksgiving Week nor'easter could deliver two rounds of gusty winds and even leave non-accumulating flurries in the area.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Flooding, Heavy Wind Expected As Manchester Braces For Worst Storm Since Sandy
A nor'easter is expected to dump heavy rainfall, winds and moderate flooding in the Manchester area as the community braces for possibly the worst storm since Superstorm Sandy.
Rieder: Impasse must end at divided Philly paper
The embattled editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer explains why he's returning to work after being fired and then reinstated by a judge while a rancorous legal battle over the paper's newsroom rages on.
Nor'easter To Bring Heavy Rain To Jersey Shore
A nor'easter will dump a lot of rain on the region from late Tuesday through Wednesday .
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Bear Check Station in Jersey Shore
Spectators Tom Lebo Jr., left, Paul Bishop, middle, and Tom Lebo, right, of Carlisle watch as a black bear is weighed at The Antes Fort Fire Company check station in Jersey Shore, Pa.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Kurt Mitman | Back to reality
We all wanted to know. My friends, acquaintances, even my grandmother. It seemed like that was all anyone could talk about that summer.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Police report incidents
Oct. 13 to Oct. 17, Police reported that the front window of Deidra Reed's home in Williamsport was cracked by unknown means.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Newest Kennedy born at Jersey Shore
As the world this week mourned the 50th anniversary of her great-uncle's assassination, the newest Kennedy was born at the Jersey Shore.
Fri Nov 08, 2013
Sportfishing Industry Association Appoints New Industry Relations Vice President
The American Sportfishing Association is pleased to announce that Glenn Hughes, a sportfishing industry veteran and long-time ASA member, will be the new Vice President of Industry Relations.
Asbury Park Press
Noise dominates Tinton Falls moto cross hearing
How does a motocross track operate? One witness spent three hours testifying an answering the nuances about that during the second hearing about the proposed Jersey Shore motocross park at a hearing attended by close to 200 people at Seabrook Village.
Thu Nov 07, 2013
Stone Harbor Ranked Among Most Expensive Real Estate Markets In U.S.
Real estate company Coldwell Banker has released its annual list of the most expensive and most affordable markets in the United States.
Rand Paul hits Christie over post-Sandy tourism ads
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, took a not-so-subtle jab Wednesday at Gov. Chris Christie for starring in ads aimed at promoting tourism in New Jersey in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Wed Nov 06, 2013
N.J. wage-boost backers cheer voters
TRENTON A day after voters said yes to raising the state's minimum wage to $8.25 an hour, along with automatic cost-of-living increases, supporters cheered the measure's passage Wednesday, with Senate President Stephen Sweeney blasting business groups for opposing it.