Authorities are investigating an apparent murder-suicide at a home in Salem County.

Police officers responded to a home on Davis Street in Pennsville Township at about 5 p.m. Monday for a well-being check and got no response at the door, according to township police.

They spoke to the person who had called police and neighbors who reported hearing a loud noise — which they described as a possible gunshot — prior to making the call. The neighbors described past arguments between a man and woman in the home and believed the woman had recently moved out of the residence, police

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New Jersey entrepreneur Adenah Bayou has built her American dream by acquiring a multi-million dollar real estate portfolio and restaurant ventures.

Bayou came to the United States at the age of 13. She escaped the civil war in Liberia and set out on a mission to create a better life for herself. She’s exceeded expectations, becoming one of the most successful entrepreneurs in New Jersey.

“For me, passion is a key ingredient for success in business,” Bayou shared in an interview with Black Enterprise. “I am also a very hard worker, and once I make up my mind to

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PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — A police pursuit that began in Pennsauken, New Jersey ended with a crash in Philadelphia’s Spring Garden neighborhood. Then an officer at the scene of the crash got clipped by another driver who did not adhere to his instructions to turn around.

Police said Pennsauken police attempted to pull over a Toyota Corolla around midnight Friday when the driver sped off.

Police said the driver crossed the Ben Franklin Bridge and t-boned another vehicle at North Broad and Vine streets.

Police are trying to figure out why the driver fled in the first place.

“They are going

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A mammoth winter snowstorm buried Central Jersey on Monday, choking roads and shuttering businesses as it dumped well over a foot of snow by the early afternoon, with the promise of more to come. 

Early accumulation totals pointed to a nor’easter that, for once, lived up to its billing as heavy bands of snow crawled across the northern half of the state.

The region hasn’t seen this kind of storm since 2016, when a January blizzard blanketed the land with nearly two and a half feet, said Dr. David Robinson, the New Jersey state climatologist and a Rutgers professor.


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