Gunman in Buffalo supermarket massacre mentioned three New Jersey towns in manifesto



Payton Gendron, the 18-year-old man charged in Saturday afternoon’s deadly shooting in Buffalo, allegedly wrote about his racial motivations for the attack in a manifesto that he shared online before the incident. Ten people were killed at the Buffalo market, all African-American, and three others were wounded. The document Gendron shared contained anti-Semitic references to three New Jersey communities — Lakewood, Toms River and Jersey City — with growing populations of Orthodox Jews.



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Penn Community Bank shutters 3 Bucks County branches, plans 2 new locations in Lehigh Valley



Penn Community is evaluating future expansion into the Lehigh Valley as well as neighboring Montgomery County.



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From Starbucks to Cease-and-Desist: The Implosion of a Philly Racial Justice Org



Four years ago, on April 12, 2018, Melissa DePino and Michelle Saahene first met under uncomfortable circumstances. They were both at the Rittenhouse Starbucks when […]



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Camden County police officer Daniel Adler, 22, killed in motorcycle crash



Daniel Adler, 22, a recently sworn in Camden County police officer, died in a motorcycle accident while he was off-duty on Route 561 in Cherry Hill on Thursday, authorities said.



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BizSpotlight: McGroarty & Co. Consulting



McGroarty & Co. Consulting, Co-Founder, Alexandra



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New Jersey bill would provide menstrual products to all students in middle and high schools



New Jersey could provide menstrual hygiene products in all middle and high schools, as a bill to expand menstrual equity advanced out of the state Senate Committee on Education earlier this month. The bill is one of nearly two dozen introduced by Democrats in the state legislature dealing with improving access and protections for people who menstruate.



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The Creators: Penn, Drexel alum looks to grow seed butter business by ‘untraditional path’



Kristin Dudley launched Mother Butter in 2021 with the goal of supporting women’s hormonal health.



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Michael Forman — the Philly Power Player You’ve Never Heard of — Is About to Make Some Noise



“My dominant character trait is I’m really, really impatient,” Michael Forman says. It’s a Tuesday evening in February, and Forman, CEO of Philly financial firm […]



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John Fetterman seeks to build broad Pennsylvania coalition in U.S. Senate bid



Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, a Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, is the front-runner in the May 17 primary. The former Braddock mayor is a progressive who has worked to connect with rural communities that supported former President Donald Trump in prior elections. Fetterman, who previously ran for Senate in 2016, has pushed for criminal justice reform, environmental justice and LGBTQ rights on the campaign trail.



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Vernon Hill removed as chairman of Republic First Bancorp



The move comes just days after the death of ally Theodore J. Flocco Jr. put Hill in a minority position amid a proxy fight that has fractured the bank’s board.



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