The Attorney General’s Office is investigating the death of a motorcycle operator who was fatally injured in a June 16 motor vehicle accident, after a Woodbridge Township police officer attempted to stop him on Route 1, and that of a Camden pedestrian who was killed on June 9, when she was struck by a policeContinue reading “Attorney General’s Office investigating police-involved road deaths”
Champion powerboat racer and yacht broker from Egg Harbor Township, who faked his disappearance in a staged boating accident in 2014 to avoid prosecution, has admitted to sending a false distress call to the Coast Guard and submitting fraudulent information for a loan. U.S. Attorney Rachael Honig says 51-year-old Andrew Biddle pleaded guilty Wednesday toContinue reading “Egg Harbor man admitted he faked a boating accident in 2014 to avoid prosecution”
West Virginia Democrats are complaining that the state party set up an affirmative action committee that has been required by the Democratic National Committee (DNC) since 1974 and then immediately ignored the wishes of the panel. Affirmative action, also know as equal opportunity, is designed to counteract historic discrimination faced by ethnic minorities, women, andContinue reading “West Virginia Democrats adopted Affirmative Action Plan without Hispanic & Black input”
Even as the nation rebounds from the coronavirus pandemic, more than 2 million homeowners are behind on their mortgages and risk being forced out of their homes in a matter of weeks, a new Harvard University housing report warns. Most of the homeowners at risk of foreclosure are either low-income or families of color, saidContinue reading “Moratorium ending puts 8 million American families at risk of foreclosure or eviction”
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