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Three days after a massive explosion at a Texas fertilizer plant, Bryce Reed climbed onto a coffee table at a local hotel where displaced families picked over donated sweatshirts and pizza. Wearing a navy blue shirt emblazoned with "West EMS," he gathered the crowd close.
SOMERS POINT — About two weeks after an emergency beacon first signaled David C. McAuliffe’s boat was in distress, family and friends gathered Tuesday to tearfully pay their final respects to the 34-year-old captain who died at sea.
April Kauffman’s friends and family are preparing a vigil Friday to mark the first anniversary of her death.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Lynsey McAuliffe said she will always cherish the brief time she and her husband, David C. McAuliffe, spent together, now that she knows he can never come home to her again.
DALLAS — Pat Summerall, the deep-voiced NFL player-turned-broadcaster who spent half of his four decades calling sports famously paired with John Madden, died Tuesday. He was 82.
An evening of healing to talk about the effects of violence on families and the steps that can be taken to prevent it left few dry eyes or light moods at Stanley Homes Village on Saturday night.
Ruby Conde and about 75 of her neighbors protested before Atlantic City’s Public Safety Building Tuesday night — one day after her 18-year-old son, Derreck Mack, was shot and killed by police.
NEWTOWN, Conn. (AP) — Opening a long and almost unbearable procession of grief, Newtown began burying its dead Monday, laying to rest two 6-year-old boys — one who was crazy about the New York Giants and one whose twin sister survived the rampage.
WASHINGTON — The pressure is on President Barack Obama to deliver a Goldilocks performance in the second debate: Not too cool, as he was in his first, listless encounter with Mitt Romney. And not too hot, as some critics styled Vice President Joe Biden in his faceoff with Paul Ryan.
They are, perhaps, the most dangerous words ever written:
PHILADELPHIA - The game was almost secondary for the Philadelphia Eagles and their fans Thursday night.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — Joshua Malmgren, the driver who allegedly struck two teenage girls as they walked down a Middle Township road, was charged with first-degree aggravated manslaughter Monday.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - The Philadelphia Eagles tried to honor coach Andy Reid's wishes by getting back to focusing on football Monday.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. - Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Antonio Dixon walked slowly off the football fields at Lehigh University on Friday afternoon.
A tearful Lower Township man pleaded not guilty Thursday to striking and killing two teenage girls on a Middle Township road, even as prosecutors told a judge they would seek to increase his bail and charge him with aggravated manslaughter.
The black car driving slowly around Atlantic City’s most dangerous neighborhoods has a message: “Crime Stoppers: Love doesn’t make you a snitch.”
ATLANTIC CITY — Hoping to piggyback off the success of the “Stop the Silence” videos, a new video was filmed at Atlantic City High School on Thursday to target a new problem: wet.
MARGATE - The family of April Kauffman talked of the passion and dedication for others that set the Linwood resident and community activist apart during her funeral service this morning.
LINWOOD — Woodstock Drive has been the center of a major homicide investigation, media attention and local speculation since April Kauffman, a well-known veterans advocate, business owner and local radio host, was found shot multiple times in her home there Thursday.
LINWOOD — April Kauffman spent Wednesday night talking to friends for hours on the phone, relishing recent achievements and dreaming out loud about future possibilities.
The doctor had grim news. After three years, Justin Alvarez’s fight with brain cancer was ending — and Justin had lost.
ATLANTIC CITY — Dennis Gomes, who was regarded as a maverick, an innovator, a marketing whiz and one of the visionaries of the casino industry, mixed over-the-top showmanship with a shrewd business sense.
Jason Flood slowly emerges from the fog of a medically induced coma: An almost imperceptible movement of an arm, the opening of an unfocused eye. Then, eyes scanning the hospital room for a familiar face, a slight pressure against a hand held, slowly moving lips, a kiss returned.
Dennis J. Spilker knows that people don't enter the funeral business to make it rich.
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