What is Order Some Grub? Order Some Grub is a online food marketing company that launched in Salem County in May of 2016. What does Order Some Grub Do? Order Some Grub offers a variety of different marketing solutions for restaurants/catering companies. A couple of their main offerings is online ordering through their platform which can be found at https://ordersomegrub.com and social media management. They also are a locally owned buisness that understand the struggles that many of the mom and pop restaurants run into on a daily basis and focus their attention on combating those issues. If you’re interested in joining the platform and taking back your restaurant feel free to visit them on their Facebook page which can be found at https://facebook.com/ordersomegrub or using the contact form that can be found on their website. They are also looking for dedicated individuals to join their team if your looking for a new careers, send an email to careers @ ordersomegrub.com to inquire about the open positions that they have available.
See ALL the open houses in Salem County this weekend including homes in Elsinboro, Carneys Point, Pilesgrove, Elmer, Woodstown, Pennsville, Quinton, Pittsgrove, Pedricktown, and Lower Alloways Creek.
The featured home of the week is 10 Bowen Ave, Woodstown, NJ. This GRAND Victorian is circa 1896 and sits majestically high on your property. Enjoy watching the parades from your amazing wrap around porch. When you, buy this home, you will be welcomed daily as you enter the front door into the vestibule and foyer. Once inside, your breath will be taken away by many things including stunning original hardwood floors and dual staircases. Since it’s inception, the home has undergone many improvements including the kitchen and the installation of two full bathrooms. Large bedrooms and closets set this home apart from others built at the same time. The home boasts central air condition, efficient gas heating, and even a wine cellar in the full basement. Make this home yours with some improvements and personalization of your own. All this and the highly desirable Woodstown School district. The home is being sold as-is and is priced to sell. Don’t let someone else get the home you’ve been dreaming about. Listing courtesy of Scott Kompa, Broker Associate, and Remax Preferred.
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Two Salem men involved in a drive-by shooting in Salem were arrested on Weapons Offenses in Pennsville Twp. after brief pursuit with police on Hook Road.
On 4/30/17 at approximately 1:53 pm Juanamere L. Negron (M/18) of Salem and Stanley J. Streeter (M/27) also of Salem were arrested and charged with Weapons Offenses.
In the area of South Hook Road an officer observed a vehicle traveling North on Hook Road at a high rate of speed. The officer was able to get the vehicle to stop after a brief pursuit. While speaking with the occupants it was learned that the suspect vehicle was involved in a ride by shooting in Salem. The officer observed numerous spent shells in plain view. During the investigation two handguns were retrieved from the vehicle as well as CDS (Marijuana).
Streeter was charged with Unlawful Possession of Weapon, Possession of a Weapon for Unlawful Purpose, Possession of CDS (Marijuana) and Eluding. Negron was charged with Unlawful Possession of a Weapon, Possession of a Weapon for Unlawful Purpose and Possession of CDS (Marijuana). Both suspects were remanded to the Salem County Correctional Facility.
Juanamere L. Negron (M/18) of Salem City
Stanley J. Streeter (M/27) of Salem, NJ
Among commonly reported criminal activity during the beginning of April in Pennsville Twp. is an incident which left a minor facing aggravated assault, resisting arrest, & obstruction charges after allegedly biting an officer during a disorderly persons complaint on North River Drive.
See the complete crime log for April 1st through April 10th below from the Pennsville Police Department:
4/10/17 – At approximately 4:00 pm a sixteen (16) year old male juvenile was arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault on an officer, Resisting Arrest and Obstruction. Officers responded to a residence on North River Drive for a Disorderly persons complaint. Upon arrival, the accused became irate and assaulted an officer by biting him. The juvenile was transported to the Atlantic County Juvenile Detention Center.
4/9/17 – At approximately 1:23 am Michael E. Bailey (M/38) of Pennsville was arrested and charged with Driving While Under the Influence and issued a traffic summons for Reckless Driving. Bailey was stopped in the area of the Penn Terrace Apartments and suspected of being under the influence of drugs and subsequently charged. Incident pending court.
4/8/17 – At approximately 5:17 am Niaja D. Robinson (F/23) of Pennsgrove was arrested and charged with Driving While Under the Influence, Possession of an Open Container in a MV and Reckless Driving. Officers received a complaint of a suspicious vehicle on the property of Penn Terrace Apartments. Officers located the motor vehicle and discovered Robinson operating [the car/truck]. Robinson was suspected of being under the influence. Robinson was processed and released pending court.
4/7/17 – At approximately 1:22 pm Therron Green (M/45) of Pennsgrove was arrested and charged with Shoplifting from the Shoe Show. Green removed a pair of shoes valued at $14.98 and left the store without paying for same. Officers located him with the assistance of Pennsgrove Police and Green was still in possession of the shoes. [The incident] is pending court.
4/6/17 -At approximately 7:59 pm Michael A. Bunch Jr., (M/19) of Mullica Hill and a seventeen (17) year old juvenile were arrested and charged with drug offenses following a motor vehicle stop on North Broadway. Bunch was charged with Possession of CDS (Marijuana) with Intent to Distribute and Possession of CDS (Marijuana). The juvenile was charged with Possession of CDS (Marijuana). [Consequentially,] both suspects were released pending court.
4/5/17 – At approximately 1:16 pm officers responded to a residence on Georgia Road for a Theft complaint. Upon arrival, it was discovered that an outboard boat motor (Johnson 15 HP) was removed from the victims boat. The motor is estimated to be valued at $2,000.00. [The investigation is] pending further investigation.
4/4/17 – At approximately 9:16 pm Nicholas A. Kelley (M/20) of Pennsville was arrested and charged with Being Under the Influence of CDS and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Officers responded to a motor vehicle complaint in the Walmart parking lot and came across Kelley who was unconscious in his vehicle and appeared to be under the influence of CDS. [The incident is] pending court.
4/2/17 – At approximately 1:46 am Gregory E. Toft Jr., (M/29) of Pennsville was arrested and charged with Driving While Under the Influence. Toft was stopped on New Jersey Avenue for erratic driving and suspected of being under the influence. Toft was subsequently charged and processed then released pending court.
4/1/17 – At approximately 9:55 pm Misty L. Rude (F/36) of Pennsville was arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest following a disturbance at a residence on Quaker Road. Officers responded for the disorderly complaint at which time Rude became irate and was placed under arrest. Rude resisted and had to be subdued. [Incident is] pending court.
3 individuals arrested during narcotics investigation for marijuana laced with wet
Last month on April 10th at approximately 5:56 pm Pennsville Police officers were conducting a narcotics investigation and had a vehicle stopped in the parking lot of the Italian Kitchen located on North Hook Road.
During the investigation three (3) subjects, two (2) females and one (1) male were placed under arrest for a large quantity of CDS (marijuana) which was laced with a chemical known as “wet.”
Billie Jean Martello (F/25) of Salem was arrested and charged with Distribution of CDS, Possession of CDS (Marijuana) and Resisting Arrest. Martello was remanded to the Salem County Correctional Facility without bail.
Omaru K. Sannoh (M/30) of Yeadon, Pa., was arrested and charged with Distribution of CDS (Marijuana) and Possession of CDS and released on a summons.
Ambernette S. Gravly (F/24) of Salem was arrested and charged with Distribution of CDS (Marijuana) and Possession of CDS (Marijuana). Released on a summons.
Carneys Point and Penns Grove Police, Ambulance Squad and Fire Department name and honor first respondents of the year earlier in March 2017.
Earlier this Spring, on March 25, 2017, the Penns Grove VFW held an award ceremony honoring first respondents for 2016. The following officers were awarded officer of the year for their department:
Carneys Point Police Department – Patrolman Dennis Hill (Above)
Carneys Point Fire Department – John Stranahan Jr. (Above)
Penns Grove Police Department – Sergeant Orlando Pagan (Above)
Penns Grove Fire Department – James McCrae (Above)
Penns Grove Ambulance Squad – Debbie Ashcraft (Above)
Above (left to right): John T. Stranahan Jr, James McCrae, Patrolman Dennis Hill, Sergeant Orlando Pagan, Debbie Ashcraft, Donald Gaddy – Chaplin, Michael Myers – Commander, Charles Berry – Quartermaster, Fabio Sanservino – Junior Vice-Commander and Steve Paleschic – Judge Advocate.
Carneys Point Police Officer’s Association announces scholarship in honor of late Chief Edmund Spinelli to Penns Grove – Carneys Point students looking to further education
This year, the Carney’s Police Officer’s Association is happy to present a scholarship opportunity to one high school student.
The Chief Edmund Spinelli Memorial Scholarship is a $1,000 award that will be presented to a student that meets certain criteria.
In order to qualify for the scholarship, candidates must meet the following criteria:
The candidate must reside within the boundaries of the Penns Grove – Carneys Point Regional School District
The candidate must be a Senior
The candidate must maintain a 3.0 GPA average or above
The candidate must have plans on furthering education (i.e. College, Trade school, Military)
The candidate must have a clean discipline record
The candidate must have clean criminal record
The candidate must express interest in community relations (i.e. volunteer work, clubs, sports)
All applicants must submit the following application as well as a 1-2 page essay expressing their future goals and why they should receive this prestigious award
The application can be downloaded by the above attached file after clicking then right clicking to download image. Also, a hard copy of the application is also available in the Guidance Office at Penns Grove High School.
Applications can be submitted to Mr. Muhammad in the Guidance Office at Penns Grove High School or at the Carneys Point Police Headquarters located at 303 Harding Hwy. Carneys Point, NJ 08069
The deadline for submitting an application is Monday, May 15th, 2017
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Story and photo from NJ.com
Two women were arrested after being found in a car with marijuana, allegedly snorting prescription pills with two young children, authorities said on December 8, 2016.
However, the story which was blasted all over Facebook by Pennsville Police Department’s “Official” Page no longer has any trace of the incident.
Rachel M. Bakos, 31, of Somerdale and Brittany Sparks, 31, of Elmer were charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and endangering the welfare of a child, according to Pennsville Chief of Police Allen J Cummings.
Officers were called to the parking lot of the Pennsville Market Street on South Broadway just before 10 p.m. on Dec. 8 to investigate the report of suspicious activity by Brittany Sparks and Rachel Bakos in a vehicle.
Police couldn’t find the vehicle at the shopping center, but located Brittany Sparks and Rachel Bakos in the car at a convenience store nearby.
When officers questioned Rachel Bakos and Brittany Sparks, Cummings said, they allegedly told police they had been ingesting a prescription drug.
Police found suspected marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the car.
Bakos had two of her children in the vehicle, ages 9 and 12, the chief said.
Both Bakos and Sparks were released by police after being charged.
Rachel Bakos’ children were turned over to family members and the state Division of Children and Families was advised of the incident, according to Cummings.
On March 12, 2017 at 6:00 PM, officers were dispatched to a residence on Delaware Avenue for a burglary. Upon arrival, it was discovered that an unknown subject(s) forced entry into the residence and stole several items. This matter is still under investigation.
On March 12, 2017 at 3:12 AM, officers were dispatched to a residence on North Virginia Avenue for a criminal mischief complaint. Upon arrival, it was discovered that the victim had an altercation with someone who threw a rock through a window at the victim’s residence. The accused fled the area prior to officers’ arrival. The victim was advised to see the Court Clerk during normal business hours if he/she wished to pursue complaints.
On March 11, 2017 at 8:23 PM, officers were dispatched to the Pioneer Gas Station for an accident in the parking lot. No injuries were reported at the scene.
On March 11, 2017 at 2:03 PM, a manager at Seashore Produce came to headquarters to report criminal mischief. The manager reported that two trucks parked in their lot on the corner of Harding Highway and DuPont Road had the driver’s side windows broke out. The manager stated nothing appeared to be missing at this time. There are no suspects.
On March 11, 2017 at 11:15 AM, officers were dispatched to a motor vehicle accident on Route 40 eastbound in the area of Hawks Bridge Road. No injuries were reported at the scene.
On March 11, 2017 at 12:01 AM, during a motor vehicle stop, Kevin Hunter, 22 years of age from Salem, was found to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest out of the Penns Grove Municipal Court. Hunter was transported to headquarters, processed and released with a new court date.
SCC faculty member’s artwork celebrated at new railway station in Staten Island
The artwork of Salem Community College Assistant Professor of Visual and Performing Arts Jenna Lucente is permanently featured at the newly opened Arthur Kill Station on the Staten Island Railway.
Lucente was commissioned by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) to design artwork for 28 large-scale, laminated glass panels featuring a mix of wildlife and landscape scenes that are unique to the area’s geography and community, according to an MTA news release. The panels were installed in windscreens at the top of station’s two towers and in the overpass connecting the northbound and southbound platforms.
Lucente, who grew up in the Castleton Corners section of Staten Island, devoted three years to creating the designs, then worked with a glass fabricator in Germany to make the glass. Last summer, she proudly watched the glass art’s installation.
According to the MTA release, the towers’ glass panels are laminated blue with foreground images of indigenous wildlife and framed with an intricate design that pays homage to neighborhood architecture. The background of each panel features a landscape, either natural or urban, of the neighborhood.
An SCC faculty member since 2015, Lucente earned a bachelor of fine arts degree from Syracuse University and a master of fine arts degree from Queens College, City University of New York.
“Staten Island will always be home to me, and the artwork at the new Arthur Kill Station has great personal significance,” Lucente said. “My understanding, interpretation and connection with Staten Island will always be here through this artwork. It was a wonderful opportunity to be able to share this vision with the public, and my fellow Staten Islanders.”
Lucente’s artwork is described as a “thoughtful interpretation of the area’s natural beauty and a study of its historic significance” by Sandra Bloodworth, Director of MTA Arts and Design, in the news release.
Read the complete news release on the opening of the Arthur Kill Station in Staten Island at: https://www.nysenate.gov/newsroom/articles/andrew-j-lanza/senator-lanza-mta-announce-opening-arthur-kill-railway-station
Irma A. Humphreys celebrated her 105th birthday earlier this week on March 6th with friends and family members along with Pennsville Mayor Robert McDade
Born March 6, 1912 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Irma was the fifth born child of Louise and Harry Clark. In total, Mr. and Mrs. Clark had eight children.
Irma was the mother of five children. After raising four of them and while still raising the fifth, she attended nursing school in the evenings, while during the day she worked. Irma received her nursing degree and began working for Delaware State Hospital as an O.R. Nurse.
In 1974, she retired after twenty (20) years of service. Irma had seventeen (17) grandchildren and many more great grandchildren (along with great, great grandchildren). Irma still goes out and gets her hair done at the salon! She loves going out with family to lunch and highly enjoys listening to music.
“It was with great honor I was able to attend Irma’s 105th birthday celebration,” stated Pennsville Mayor Robert McDade. At the 105th birthday celebration on Tuesday, McDade presented a resolution to Irma A. Humphreys recognizing the amazing life she has lived and its profound influence upon hundreds of others throughout the local area.
Irma Humphreys was and is such a sweet lady. She was blessed with such a loving family,many of whom were there to help celebrate her special day along with friends from Lindsey Place.
Happy Birthday Irma, 105 years young and counting!
Harriet Hubbard has been selected Teacher of the Year by the New Jersey Association for Gifted Children (NJAGC).
The NJAGC Awards Dinner will be on Thursday March 16 at Salt Creek Inn located in Princeton, New Jersey. This event is in recognition of Harriet Hubbard and her superb work at Penns Grove-Carneys Point School District.
Harriet, a resident of Cinnaminson, NJ, teaches gifted and talented students in Kindergarten through Eighth Grade in the Penns Grove Carney’s Point School District in Salem County.
“Her accomplishments are many and diverse. She opens doors for her students in a myriad of ways, from schoolyard gardening, to building solar cars and participating in a solar car competition, to learning Latin, to holding an annual Harry Potter Day. Her students thrive on the exposure to new ideas and new knowledge,” stated Elaine Mendelow, Past President of NJAGC.
Director of Curriculum and Instruction in Penns Grove commented that “Ms. Hubbard has the communication skills to provide support and provoke growth and enrichment in her students. She approaches her job with a high degree of patience, appreciation, and deep regard for the aims of education.”
In 2001, Harriet received the Parent of the Year Award for her involvement in NJAGC, the Cinnaminson School District, and her daughter, Lindsey’s participation in the Project Challenge gifted program. Harriet joined the state organization and quickly took on responsibilities as a Trustee, Secretary, and for the past several years as Treasurer.
She willingly gives of her time and has been a presenter at the annual state conference as well as the annual REACH Event in Pennsauken, NJ.
Nevertheless, as Harriet became more involved in her daughter’s education, she began to focus on gifted education. Hubbard volunteered for many more events. Regardless, the events ranged from covering school-board meetings to researching the importance of specific gifted programming & school-wide enrichment, plus much more. Furthermore, Hubbarb covered the NJAGC Conference as press. However, it was during this event when she realized a major career change was inevitable. She left her job as a reporter to pursue the alternate route and become a teacher of the gifted!
“I wouldn’t be a book editor in New York now without the love of words and the intense curiosity about the world, instilled in me by my mother,” remarked Lindsey.
Event Dates and Details:
NJAGC Awards Dinner:
- March 16th at Salt Creek Inn located in Princeton, New Jersey
- March 17th at Mercer County Community College
- March 18th at Pennsauken High School,
For more information about this year’s events, visit the official NJAGC website at www.njagc.org.
Also, walk-ins are welcome at the upcoming events.