Wednesday, August 5, 2015

South Jersey

TODAY'S TOP STORY
Sitting on the porch of his Camden rowhouse, James DiClemente recalled the night of June 11, 2011. Someone rapping on the front door awoke him around 2:30 a.m. A fire was raging in the vacant former garment factory across the street.
TODAY'S SOUTH JERSEY NEWS
The lawyers defending former Eagles player Irving Fryar and his mother, Allene McGhee, against mortgage fraud charges rested their case in a Mount Holly courtroom Tuesday without calling any witnesses.
The search for whoever assaulted hitchBOT over the weekend, tearing the little globe-trotting robot limb from limb, took a dark turn Tuesday on social media, where speculation grew that video of the attack may have been a prank - and, late in the day, two pranksters appeared to say as much.
SEPTA papal passes weren't quite the hot ticket this week that they were last month. By the close of its Monday online lottery for Regional Rail passes for Pope Francis' visit in September, SEPTA received requests for 328,045 passes, leaving more than 20,000 unsold.
FROM SUNDAY'S INQUIRER
View an interactive graphic profiling the 54 local soldiers that have been killed in Iraq as of September 1st.
 
The Perelman building
 
Fall Arts Guide 2007
 
Eagles preview section
OTHER SOUTH JERSEY NEWS FROM TODAY'S INQUIRER