Sunday Aug 17
William E. Wallace, 92, WWII code breaker
In World War II, William E. Wallace was a code breaker trying to discover what Nazi pilots were saying to one another.
The Gloucester County Times
Maple Shade theft suspect nabbed in Cape May
MAPLE SHADE - A second person charged in the July 30 theft of a wallet from a Rutgers University police officer's car has been arrested in Cape May. Lisa D. Gill, 36, of South Maple Avenue, was arrested July 31 and charged with conspiracy to commit credit fraud, credit card fraud and credit card theft, police said.
The Jersey Journal
Pittsgrove's Mike Iaconelli wins Bassmaster Elite at Delaware...
Mike Iaconelli, of Pittsgrove, poses for a picture with Tristan Novak, of Maple Shade, John Valdez, and his father John, of Bellmawr during Bassmaster Elite Series Tournament at the Great Plaza at Penn's Landing in Philadelphia, Sunday, Aug. 10, 2014.
Anniversary: Florence Grace & Thomas Grace
The couple has resided in Maple Shade for the last 58 years. They are the loving parents of Kathy Cava, Karen Ferguson, Michael, Patti Anne Kotusky and Joni Holmes.
The horse rides into the Jersey sunset
I miss the stylized, oversize, two-sided cutout of a white horse that was recently removed from a tower overlooking the White Horse Pike near I-295 in Lawnside.
Asbury Park Press
Phila. man gets 15 years for planned NJ drug heistPhila. man gets 15...
Phila. man gets 15 years for planned NJ drug heist A Philly man has been given 15 years in prison for a plan to rob a drug stash house.
The Jersey Journal
Cape May man sought in theft of cop's credit card in Maple Shade
The credit cards were stolen from a wallet left in the officer's car, police said.
Philadelphia will play host to the 34th National Veterans' Wheelchair Games in mid-August, with several of the competitions overflowing into Moorestown, Maple Shade, and Berlin.
Police: Pair Sought In Use Of Officer's Stolen Credit Card
Police in Burlington County are asking for the public's help in identifying a man and a woman wanted in connection with the use of a police officer's stolen credit card.
Building and evolving an answering service
Tony Greenfield went into the telephone-answering business with five employees, 35 customers, and a one-room office with a switchboard in downtown Mount Holly.