15 Burst results for "Hopewell Valley"

"hopewell valley" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:33 min | 8 months ago

"hopewell valley" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"News starts now it's for Clark. I'm Patrick Claverie topping our report This our New Jersey's unemployment rate decrease in August 2 10.9% that sound from a record high of 16.6% in June. Industries that saw the biggest jump in job gains, including education and health services, leisure and hospitality and trade, transportation and utilities. According to the state Labor Department, out 49% of jobs lost due to Cove. It Have been regained New Jersey next week plans to debut a notification app on three or four college campuses. Sort of a Bluetooth enabled contact tracing all Commissioner Judy Purse. Achille says a person who test positive Riko been 19th. Enters that information on the app. Everybody they've come in contact with within 6 ft for an extended period of time will be pained and they'll be told you've been exposed to get tested. To address arise and positivity rates among people ages. 14 to 24 particularly says the state is also embarking on a public awareness campaign on social media outlets used mostly by younger residents. Two more high school's joined the growing list of New Jersey schools temporarily switching to an all remote learning schedule. Westfield High School went to a remote scheduled for at least two weeks. Starting today after six students tested positive for covert 19. Hopewell Valley Central High School in Pennington goes to full remote learning through tomorrow, at least. He lived in a 90 year old woman's home rent free, ostensibly to care for her, but his alleged now to have locked her in her room, tricked her into naming him a beneficiary in her will. And above all, that's dear stealing nearly $90,000 through a credit card scheme. 52 year old Castor Toro is not related to the woman who lives in fan would, even in times of high unemployment managers are concerned about retention and are willing to pay more to recruit top talent. According to new research from Robert. Half when it comes to negotiating salary increases, employees should know their own value and the company's financial standing and be prepared to ask questions about potentially revisiting an increase. Maybe when the business is in a better position in regional Central jersey, manager door on a shack says 88% of employers surveyed worry about losing top talent. 72% have raised salary since the pandemic began. $400,000 worth of marijuana plus concentrated th sea oil, the contraband found by police in East Rutherford this week after they conduct a motor vehicle stop resulting in the arrest of two New Yorkers 20 and 28 Year old, both from the Howard Beach section of Queens. Now jailed in Bergen County. Get the latest Jersey news on your schedule on demand. Goto NJ Wanna 15 dot com.

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"hopewell valley" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"hopewell valley" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Big blue last season in September before he was released also play the patriots raiders last year for the prior three years of the jets sixteen catches one hundred ninety three yards in college football Ohio state landed a commitment from trading on Henderson number one rated running back prospect from Hopewell valley high school in Hopewell Virginia CBS sports radio remind you to sanitize such a high touch surfaces and we touching your face with unwashed hands remember to waver elbow bump instead of shaking hands meeting early sixty from others when possible margolick listen to CBS sports radio with the radio dot com app free and available in the Google play and iTunes app store you're listening to CBS sports radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week all live listening to CBS sports radio and the fan here in New York City Evan Roberts until two o'clock eastern time and then you'll hear a familiar voice Stockholm coming in of G. Greg G. and you did a great job on the network for many years in the morning him involved where they have a a rather popular radio show here in New York boomer NGO they're coming up at eleven Pacific two o'clock eastern time.

"hopewell valley" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"hopewell valley" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Positive test results are statewide total is seven hundred and forty two Murphy also announced four new deaths that brings the state's total to nine the governor ordered all personal care businesses closed indefinitely by eight PM tonight that includes spas nail salons beauty salons barbers and tattoo parlors meanwhile a Mercer county middle school teacher tested positive for coronavirus parents being urged to monitor their children for symptoms NJ dot com says the teacher works at Timberlane middle school in the Hopewell valley regional school district the teacher was a symptomatic while in school according to officials the outbreak's been hard on New Jersey transit and eighty eight percent drop in ridership they're seeking one of the Porter billion in federal funding to cover revenue losses and be on sound footing when commuters return to the workplace at the latest briefing of the White House coronavirus task force today president trump spoke about the pandemic and then took questions there was discussion about whether the financial stimulus packages being considered will be enough to keep the country's industry afloat if we can stop it in its tracks the virus is planning if we can't we'll have to go back and he says they'll be helping small businesses large and small because they're the engine of the country and the administration seeking three billion dollars from Congress to top up the country's strategic petroleum reserves potentially propping up US oil producers after crude prices crashed globally energy secretary Dan for laughs denied the move was about propping up prices for oil giants says it makes sense to fill up the national petroleum supplies at a time of cheap oil turn to NJ one one five dot com for more on new Jersey's coronavirus crisis a little more rain ahead chief meteorologist stands arrows complete forecast coming up to Jersey fast traffic in one minute Jennison duties.

"hopewell valley" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"hopewell valley" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And every pre owned Harley discounted by your sales tax now through Sunday at riverside in Huntington beach Charlie Tokyo weather from KFI much warmer than yesterday hot and dry temperatures in Los Angeles the valleys inland in the low nineties upper eighties for the coast low to mid sixties for the mountains and temperatures will drop into the upper seventies low eighties for tomorrow and into Monday but right now Anaheim seventy eight eighty one into macula eighty three in Hopewell valley and seventy eight in Malibu we lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour news room I'm a little and this is the tech guy the show that talks about everything from smartphones to computers wearables smart speakers internet security digital cameras gaming home theater systems whatever else you have that plugs in charges up or has a chip inside we can talk about it my name is rich tomorrow on the tech reporter at KTLA channel five in Los Angeles filling in today for Leo laporte who is on vacation thanks so much for joining me today now if you see me on TV you might know me as rich John sack we've got lots of great stuff to talk about.

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"hopewell valley" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"hopewell valley" Discussed on Rotated Views

"We have to have these conversations about mental health with our students and some teachers you know i feel bad for teachers because they he did not go to school to be counselors yet. They're addressing all these issues with their students so <hes> they like when we come in because we put it out there. We don't have any stigma mma and we just deal with it and the kids know it comes from our hearts and they appreciate it and again. I think that's why we're so successful. Chris becomes from our hearts definitely <hes> so let's let's talk a little bit about the programs you all offer <hes> just kind of go. You know one down. You know down the lane with <hes> what's. It's you know explain a little bit about the awareness outreach okay so <hes> i'll start coming up for air was the first program we developed and that's for middle school all through <hes> actually we have a program for college level as well and we talk about underlying mental health issues and then we segue into signs a suicide we started looking within the last couple years about the suicide rate for those twelve and under his actually doubled in the last ten years so we knew talking to kids in middle school is not it's not young enough so we created the toolkit program and that that is designed for second through sixth graders and it's a really fun program we get them up and moving and we teach him some deep breathing eating exercises we talk about their brain and we talk about brain health and steps that they can take in order to have a healthy brain and then we let them know that will sometimes times brains just like any other organ the body they can get sick and if you're feeling overwhelmed you can't control your thoughts or your feelings. You know maybe you. I need to talk to somebody. Maybe you're feeling like you're in crisis and you need to talk to a trusted safe adult <hes> then we we incorporated <hes> because as hurts mentioned earlier we used to go public places and we found nobody wants to talk about mental health or suicide but we would have our dogs with us people would come up and pet your dog and after utah you talked about your dog and they talk about their dog and then they would say what is air mean and it broke down on that barrier stigma and nine out of ten people who stopped all had a story. It's just it took the dog to to open up and and start that conversation so that the polls for mind yes that's caused for minds and that too has expanded so we're going to be launching a therapy dog program ogre <hes> this summer. You're <hes> and we're also doing crisis response with our dogs. We sadly had too many suicides in mercer county this this past this past half a year and after each suicide what the counselors found the teachers found on the superintendents founds the kids didn't wanna talk but we would walk into the building with dogs and the effect would change completely so the kids would sit on the floor talking to the dogs and then the counselors would sit on the floor and the kids start talking and they started to talk about their friend they lost and started the healing process us so i'm working with hopewell valley school district and our goal was to have three to four dogs on every school property so that if a student is having the tough day is dealing with school refusal they can go visit a dog and boom within five minutes. Most kids are back in school. After visiting with the dog that's awesome <hes> <hes> and and to more than that i have here is a community of kindness and hero okay so actually there's one more on there that i we got left off so we have have a travelling exhibit called in their shoes and that exhibit consist in new jersey of just under three hundred pairs of shoes of new jersey youth who struggle oh with some sort of of thought <hes> some sort of mental health disorder and they were too embarrassed to talk openly about it and they were all the youth who lost their lives to suicide. The goal of the exhibit is twofold. I it's to let young people know that if they're struggling with those thoughts that they're not alone and then second we wanted to figure out some way to reach that seventy five percent of the.

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"hopewell valley" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

16:01 min | 2 years ago

"hopewell valley" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Joel Rifkin was consumed for years with fantasies of attacking and killing sex workers in one thousand nine hundred nine the thirty year old crossed the threshold between fantasy and reality when he brought a sex worker named Suzy back to the house. He shared with his mother angered by her apparent disinterest rifkin's action soon turned deadly Rifkin picked up a howitzer artillery shell that his parents had kept as a souvenir and used it to strike Suzy repeatedly Rifkin later, recalled the attack as frenzied. He stopped hitting Suzy only when he became too tired to continue, but Susie was still alive, and she wasn't willing to give up without a fight. She bit Rifkin as hard as she could on his finger as blood spurted from his hand. She pushed him off of her and stumbled towards the door, but Rifkin was stronger, and faster. He lunged after Susie, pinning her to the ground. He was. Losing control of the situation. He had to do something anything to wrested back. He clamped his hand around Suzy's, neck and tightened. His grip around her throat strangling her until she went still Rifkin had been uncertain about attacking women hesitant to take human life. He had staved off the urge to strike for as long as he possibly could. But when his impulse finally overtook him, Rifkin felt a sudden rush of adrenaline, and joy as for the first time in his life, he was on top of the world at long, last Rifkin had experienced the thrill of his first kill as forensic psychiatrist park, Dietz stated at rifkin's trial sexual fantasy that he'd rehearsed. Countless times during his life of being with a woman putting his hands on her neck and strangling her to death. But Rifkin wasn't able to enjoy success just yet. He had cleanup up to do with Ken wrap the body in a trash bag, and then went about scrubbing, the living room to get rid of the blood and any signs of struggle after all his mother would be home, in a couple of days, Rifkin, certainly didn't want it to find out that he'd murdered a woman interact since after cleaning for several hours and exhausted, Rifkin finally laid down for a few hours to rest, when Rifkin awoke from his nap, he immediately got back to work. He dragged Suzy's body into his basement and later out across as washer and dryer. He then proceeded to systematically dismembered? The body Rifkin was meticulous in this task even going so far, as to remove Suzy's teeth and cut off her fingerprints so that she couldn't be identified. If for was found rifkin's meticulous planning regarding the disposal of his victim suggests that he was an organized serial killer, according to the FBI's criminal profiling division, serial killers can be classified as either organized, or disorganized, organized, serial killers carefully plan their crimes from execution to disposal of the body organized killers are typically highly intelligent have made themselves familiar with police investigation methods, which allows them to carefully plan to cover their tracks. Rifkin waited for a weekend when he would have the house to himself to commit the deed, he then took careful pains following the murder to ensure that the body would not be discovered or identified when Rifkin was through dismembering Suzy's potty, he shoved her head into an empty paint can and through the rest of the body parts into trash bags. He then loaded all of Suzy's remains into his mother's. Dr Rifkin drove to New Jersey and disposed of Suzy's legs and head in the Woodland's outside of Hopewell. He then drove to Manhattan and tossed Suzy's remaining body parts into the East River. When Jean Rifkin returned home several days later, she didn't suspect a thing on Sunday. March fifth nineteen eighty nine a golfer at the Hopewell valley golf club discovered Suzy's head while he was searching for a golf ball. But police were neither able to make an idea on Suzy nor trace her back to Rifkin secretly Rifkin. Phil powerful even smug Datta. We had he successfully committed a murder, but he'd also managed to get away with it for the first time ever Rifkin Felton control and on top of his game in another of his books. The psycho pathology of serial murder, Stephen Gina Gelo writes about the addictive properties of serial killing for those who get a rush or dopamine reward from killing the act becomes addictive. They searched for new victims hoping to feel the high once again, Jude Angelo says that his book. These killers seem to evidence a pervasive, lost sense of self and adequacy of identity, a feeling of no control. These could all be factors in pathology that manifests itself in the ultimate act of control the murder of other human beings, the feeling remained with Rifkind through his graduation from the New York state college of technology for months, he wondered if he had shaken the urge to kill from his system entirely. But after his graduation, Joel once again, began to struggle, despite his, internship, and strong academic record Rifkin had a difficult time landing a job out of school. It's possible that this was due to his underdeveloped people skills. Or perhaps it was just a result of bad luck. Whatever the reason all of his unwanted free time, left space for the desire to kill to creep back into rifkin's mind. At first, it was just a tickle in the back of rifkin's, brain a pass. Thing urge, but he was able to stamp down and ignore. But as the months passed the urge continued to grow until it was a roaring din, of boy, screaming at his head urging him to strike again, Rifkin thought back to his first murder killing Suzie had been so easy. Nobody had thought to trace the kill back to him. Nobody had even identified Suzy's body. The compulsion to kill was becoming so powerful that it was overtaking Rifkin entirely. And now Rifkin knew that killing was almost without risk. By the fall of nineteen ninety it had been well over a year since Rifkin had murdered Susie, and his initial exhilaration following the crime had subsided almost completely Rifkin felt his life was spiralling out of control. All he could think about all he could imagine. Doing to make a situation better was killing when his mother went out of town, one weekend in the fall of nineteen ninety Rifkin drove to Manhattan once again and began searching for the perfect victim. After driving around for a couple of hours Rifkin picked up a woman who called herself, Julie. Blackbird Rifkin later said he liked her because he thought she looked a little bit like Madonna as with Suzy Rifkin. Drove. Julia. Back to his mother's house where the to spend the night together. When Rifkind Julie woke up the next morning, Rifkin carried out his plan. He grabbed a wooden table leg and used it to beat shouli with an inch of her life before finishing the job by strangling her to death in a later interview with law enforcement Rifkin admitted he had considered having sex with her corpse, but decided against it because he found the thought to repulsive in the wake of his second kill Rifkin began to fine-tune is murders as he had done with Suzy Rifkin through Julie's body into a garbage bag cleaned up his bedroom. And then drag Julie's corpse into his basement, where he proceeded to dismember her this time Rifkin had learned from some of the mistakes, he had made last time recalling how quickly Suzy's severed head had been found the year before Rifkin placed Julie's, head legs torso and arms into buckets and filled the buckets with cement one. Once again, the specifics of rifkin's crimes pointed to his organization, and intelligence about only was he carefully planning crimes, but he was also at Justin and learning from the mistakes of his first crime, when the cement had dried Rifkin through the buckets into his car and drove to Manhattan's East River where he dumped, Julie's torso and head, he then drove to a barge canal in Brooklyn to dispose of the remainder of Julie's body parts. Rifkin's plan worked nobody ever discovered. Julie's, severed limbs, her death wasn't confirmed until years later when Rifkin confessed to her murder. For several months following, Julie's murder the noise in rifkin's head subsided with the memory of his kill still fresh in his mind Rifkin, once again, felt powerful and in control. He was able to focus on work so much so that he even started his own landscaping business Rifkin put his to murders behind him telling himself that he had done what he had to do to get his life back on track. Now he could finally get on with his life, but a couple of months into nineteen Ninety-one Rifkin once again, grew frustrated and listless, although running his own business, afforded him, some of the power he craved so deeply he still was unsuccessful romantically. And he didn't have any friends to spend his free time with by the summer of nineteen Ninety-one Ripken's need for control had begun to take over his life, once again, he began leaving work early to pick up sex workers, as well as spending more time, alone in his bedroom. Replaying, his past murders in his head. But these were bandaids and eventually, it all grew stale. He was once again consumed by the burning seemingly physical necessity to take someone's life. No. For the third time, Joel waited patiently for his mother to go out of town, when she packed up for a business trip on the evening of July thirteenth, nineteen Ninety-one Rifkin wasted. No time as soon as she was out the door riff can jumped in his car and drove to Manhattan to troll, the streets for sex workers, that evening Rifkind chose a thirty one year old woman named Barbara to be his victim. Barbara was similar in type to rifkin's. First victim Suzy. In addition to participating in sex work. She also struggled with addiction issues and Rifkin appealed to her by buying her drugs before taking her back to his mother's home for intercourse. When barbara. Dozed off Rifkin picked up the same table leg. He used to kill Julie and struck Barbara over the head the blow alone, didn't kill Barbara and so- Rifkin use his bare hands to strangle, her to death at this point Rifkin had his cleanup routine nearly perfected, he quickly tidied up the bedroom then dragged Barbara's body downstairs to his basement. But this time Rifkin didn't want to dismember her. He found dismemberment, grotesque untidy, and exhausting. According to an article by Kansas state clinical social worker, and therapist, Mary, Bradley killers dismember, their victims typically fall into one of two categories, those killers who take sexual pleasure in the dismemberment itself. And those whose pleasure comes only from the act of killing and dismember as part of their organized method for disposing of the bodies because Rifkin didn't actually take any pleasure from the dismemberment. He falls into the. Ladder category disgusted by the dismemberment Rifkin decided to try a new tactic. He wrapped her corpse in plastic then shoved her remains into a large cardboard box. He then drove to the Hudson river and dropped the box into the water before returning home. However, this method wasn't successful, Barbas body was found just a couple of hours after Ripken disposed of her, but Barbas issues with drug addiction ended up working rifkin's favor. The coroner found significant traces of number of substances in Barbara's system, and ruled her death and overdose. Police also were not able to identify Barbara, so she was buried in a Potter's field cemetery as a Jane Doe in his later confession Rifkind indicated that Arbas's death being ruled and overdose made him feel powerful. When law enforcement failed to identify her body. He felt absolutely untouchable. According to the FBI's analysis. This is a fairly common phenomenon across serial killers worldwide as law enforcement fails to catch an apprehension serial killers the killers often become emboldened and sometimes even feel as if it's impossible for them to get caught often, the surgeon confidence actually leads to the killers eventual capture because killers can get overly cocky, and make mistakes before killing Barbara Rifkin had tried to suppress his urge to. Kill because he feared the repercussions of his actions. But after getting away with her murder Rifkin began to feel unstoppable above the law. He wasn't worried about getting caught any longer. It seemed as if the dam had finally broken Rifkind did indicate in later interviews that he always felt remorse about the human toll of his actions, even after he began murdering more frequently in his interviews with the FBI Rifkin express desire to stop hurting women that was overpowered by his deep seated urged kill Rifkin admits that were he not caught in place in prison. He might have killed hundreds or even thousands of women. There was some evil force that had a hold him and simply would not set him free. No matter how hard he tried to shake it. But it's clear that rifkin's feelings of being above the law, trumped, whatever feelings of remorse or desire to reform he harboured after murdering Barbara. In July of nineteen. Ninety-one Rifkind went on a killing spree murdering at least fourteen more women in fewer than two years. Some of these murders even took place within a week of each other suggesting that rifkin's cooling off..

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"hopewell valley" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"hopewell valley" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Of dollars into the school district. Right now, New Jersey is just getting crushed by taxes. This is one way they came up with assemblyman Ryan Peteris says the law should be changed to give schools the ability to offer childcare during the school day as well. Even to children who live outside district lines. Denote flam me on New Jersey. One zero one point five news in Bergen county an eight year old girl ejected from a mini van in a head on crash. She and the driver a thirty four year old woman both in critical condition after Wednesday mornings collision in Harrington park. Thirty say the van crossed into the wrong lane of traffic Flemington is mourning the loss of a seventeen year old resident who died at a ski resort in eastern PA on New Year's day spokeswoman for blue mountain resort says CONNER Gholam Bisky was injured when he fell off. Off chairlift. The death has been ruled accidental twenty eighteen was the wettest year on record in New Jersey as the state saw more than sixty four inches of precipitation for the wettest year on record. We escaped any major flooding because the rains came in so many instances instead of that big Irene, for instance, state climatologists Dave Robinson of Rucker says at least short-term that can the concern is that we may see more flooding Belmar is facing legal action from three former borough lifeguards who claim they were not rehired due to their age. They are fifty-six sixty three and seventy three and say they were replaced by younger hires. But also less experienced ones, and that ex-mayor Matt Dougherty disparaged them in meetings. This probably won't surprise you an annual survey that charts people state to state moving patterns is not paint a rosy picture for the Garden State, New Jersey. Once again is the top state for not. So great reason United van lines conducts a yearly study on where people are moving to which places they're leaving. And why? Nearly sixty seven percent of New Jersey moves are out of state, which is the worst rate in the country. Vermont is number one. For inbound moves followed by four western states. Experts say so many people are moving south and west because of job growth low cost of living and better climate New Jersey, meanwhile has been in the bottom ten states for ten straight years. Matthew, white New Jersey one zero one point five news charges. Have now been officially filed against that sixteen year old Hopewell valley central high school student. We told you about late last year he's accused of cyberbullying by making jokes about lynching. People calling a black classmate a monkey yet. More charges are filed against a youth tennis instructor based at the jersey shore kidnapping and rape added a previous attempted sexual assault and child porn offenses twenty six year old Terry co of colts neck also goes by Victor Li and was first arrested last February New Jersey one zero one point five news time, five forty two. Dan, zero says we're gonna clear up this afternoon. He's got an extended look at the forecast. And we'll recap our top stories next. This is New Jersey's.

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"hopewell valley" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"hopewell valley" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"She driver a three or four year old woman. Both in critical condition after Wednesday mornings collision in Harrington park. Authorities say the van crossed into the wrong lane of traffic Flemington is mourning the loss of a seventeen year old resident who died at a ski resort in eastern PA on New Year's day a spokeswoman for blue mountain resort says CONNER Gholam ski was injured when he fell off a chairlift. The death has been ruled accidental time on New Jersey's first news five oh nine to. No one surprise twenty eighteen was the wettest year on record in the Garden State. Surpassing the old record set back in twenty eleven state climatologist Dave Robinson of Rutgers says in the year that was we have surpassed sixty four inches of rain. Rain and melted snow. He says the precipitation came mostly from small rain events instead of a major deluge from a big storm Robinson says while there were no worries about a drought down the line the ground is saturated in the short term, the concern is if we get more rain there could be more flooding. He says we broke the old record with the rain of December twenty eighth Joe cutter. Jersey one zero one point five new Selmar is facing legal action from three former borough lifeguards who claim they were not rehired due to their age. They are fifty six sixty three and seventy three and say they were replaced by younger hires. But also less experienced ones, and then ex-mayor Dougherty disparage them in meetings charges have now officially been filed against that sixteen year old Hopewell valley central high school student. We told you about late last year he's accused of cyberbullying. I making jokes about lynching people and calling a black classmate a monkey it may be a new year. But New Jersey continues of typical trend of topping those lists. That aren't very desirable. The latest example is the annual survey tracking state to state migration. New Jersey has been a top ten outbound state for ten straight years this year, the Garden State reclaimed the number one slot with nearly seventy percent of their moves out of the state, Vermont was tops. Among inbound moves in the study conducted by United van lines followed by four western states in the top five analysts say, the number one reason a career change other reasons include retirement and simply a lifestyle change, Matthew white, New Jersey one zero one point five news time on New Jersey's first news. Five eleven chief meteorologist and zero says we have some showers that are going to wrap up early this morning leading to partial clearing. That'd be sunnier in the northern part of the state than the southern stiff breeze this afternoon, highs upper forty s to around fifty four year Thursday, Dan has an extended look at the forecast. And we'll recap our top stories next New Jersey one.

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"hopewell valley" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"hopewell valley" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Jersey state police say all four men inside the sedan were pronounced dead at the scene on the preliminary investigation the INFINITI sedan struck the rear of the tanker truck to victims are brothers Twenty-three-year-old, Jimmy crispy Prieto and twenty one year old Kevin who was driving the vehicle Twenty-three-year-old. Robert Ordina has also been identified as a victim along with twenty four year old Victor luego luego was liquid public works employees and the son of a township cop. Dino, flam me on New Jersey one zero one point five news today is the sixth day, though, just the second full business day of the partial federal government shutdown which looks no closer to a resolution this morning. The Senate is supposed to be back in session this afternoon. But few senators are expected back in DC. President Trump drops in on US troops in Iraq. Wednesday is first presidential visit to troops in a compromise zone. And while their defenses decision to pull forces from neighbouring. Syria that choice prompted the resignation of Defense Secretary. Jim Mattis in California. The manhunt still on for a suspect accused of killing a police officer during a traffic stop in Newman, a small town one hundred miles southeast of San Francisco Thirty-three-year-old corP, Ron L sing was shot pronounced dead at a hospital. The suspect is armed and dangerous. New developments in a story. We've followed since summer 2017 a retired principal loses his teaching credentials after being accused of child rape by a second. Now. Adult victim. Matthew Hoffman allegedly committed defenses and the Hopewell valley and Hillsborough districts. Tis the season to wind up in bed with the flu. Jersey health department reports influenza activities are on the rise Cording to state epidemiologist Dr Tina tan, we're now seeing moderate influenza activity north central and south jersey. She says it's too soon to know whether this year's vaccine is a good match for the strains of influenza now circulating, but every single year the flu vaccine gets updated..

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"hopewell valley" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"hopewell valley" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Well, we're wrapping up a jam packed. Newsday on this Friday. A frightening coast on the weekend stuff going on with two more suspicious packages have been found what I find interesting is the one they found and they've they've shut down the west side. Fifty second street eighth and ninth avenue was a package directed to James Clapper. Former intelligence director care of CNN CNN has a picture of that. How did they get a picture of over in the postal facility? They got a picture. They're showing it on the air out Colombo. Well, you said someone tweeted it out probably in the post office took a picture of it in tweeted it out. I don't know. But they got the, and it's the same exact thing the misspellings on the return address from Debbie Wasserman Schultz in Florida. All look exactly like these pack. They do they look exactly like, hey, Mark Simone is coming up after the news at ten o'clock in his guest is Monica Crowley, very smart political analyst, Alex, Monica, Crowley, I've met her. Now, we had Gavin MacLeod on at the top of the hour. You can listen to our interview with them as a lot of fun on our website, seven ten W O, R dot com slash Lennon. Michael just going through his memoir, which is called. This is your captain speaking, my fantastic voyage through Hollywood, faith and life. And in that book, he talks about Len his very tough battle with depression near suicide and alcoholism, and he quit cold Turkey. He quit booze cold Turkey in one thousand nine hundred seventy four and he's been sober since. And this is also did not know he auditioned for the role of Archie bunker in all in the family veal. Yeah. But of course, it went to Carol Carol O'Connor just can't picture Gavin. Yeah. He comes across as such a likable, happy guy. And you just don't know a demon someone faces. Yeah. Yeah. Nobody really. Battled edge repression alcoholism while he was on Mikhail's navy. But that is a brave thing to do to quit cold Turkey. And I'm glad you mentioned Macau's navy. I got a couple of emails from people because not only was I on Mary Tyler Moore. Not only was he love boat. Mikhail's navy and someone else said he had a role on Morgan Mindy. The Robin Williams. No this guys had some some career. I wonder when he was captain student on the love boat. I wonder if he was on the list of the highest paid actors of the nineteen seventies. Crazy, and those numbers would have paled by God. Yeah. I remember at one point Peter Falk was the highest paid actor on TV because he was getting five hundred thousand and episode for Colombo in the seventy s and that was a huge enormous seventies. Not quite what the big bang theory money is like unbelievable and the modern family. Oh, yeah. Hey, here's a story from Trenton. And here we go again. So apparently, a New Jersey soccer coach called the cops. Because parents, you know, we're we're shouting at kids playing soccer, speak English. This is America. There was there was a junior varsity game going on. This is the Trenton central high school and Hopewell valley central high school is according to nj dot com. So they called the police the police arrived. They got the parents to settle down there surmising that some of the parents were set off when they heard a Trenton player using a Spanish curse word against a referee. So I mean, what are you gonna yell at speak English? They wanted the Percy referee. We don't curse it. Our referees in Spanish here in America. We wanna use good old fashioned English expletives. That is funny. Yeah. People should behave. They really should it should all get along the way we get along every.

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"hopewell valley" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"hopewell valley" Discussed on 710 WOR

"In the morning there. Live Monday from six 'til ten on seventeen w o r. Well, we're wrapping up a jam packed. Newsday on this Friday. Coastal the weekend stuff going on with two more suspicious packages have been found what I find interesting is the one they found and they've they've shut down the west side, fifty second street eighth and ninth avenue. There was a package directed to James Clapper. Former intelligence director care of CNN CNN has a picture that the how did they get a picture of over who is in the postal facility. They got a picture. They're showing it on the air out Colombo. Well, you said someone tweeted it out probably in the post office took a picture of it and tweeted it out. I don't know. But they got the, and it's the same exact thing the misspellings on the return address from Debbie Wasserman Schultz down in Florida, look, exactly like these packet. They do look exactly like, hey, Mark Simone is coming up after the news at ten o'clock in his guest is Monica Crowley, very smart, political analyst Alec, Monica, Crowley. I've met her. Now, we had Gavin MacLeod on at the top of the hour. And you can listen to our interview with them as a lot of fun on our website, seven ten W O, R dot com slash Lennon. Michael just going through his memoir, which is called. This is your captain speaking, my fantastic voyage through Hollywood, faith and life. And in that book, he talks about Len his very tough battle with depression. Near suicide and alcoholism, and he quit cold Turkey. He quit booze cold Turkey in one thousand nine hundred seventy four and he's been sober since. And this. I also did not know he auditioned for the role of Archie bunker in all in the family veal. Yeah. But of course, it went to Carol Carol O'Connor just can't picture Gavin. Yeah. He comes across as such a likable, happy guy. And you just don't know a demon someone faces. Yeah. Yeah. Nobody really battled depression alcoholism while he was on Mikhail's navy. But that is a brave thing to do to quit cold Turkey and. Maybe I got a couple of emails from people because not only was I on Mary Tyler Moore. Not only was he love boat. Mikhail's navy and someone else said he had a role on Morgan Mindy the Robin Williams Renault. This guys had some some career. I wonder when he was captain stooping on the love boat. I wonder if he was on the list of the highest paid actors of the nineteen seventies. Crazy, and those numbers would have paled by Elmer's odd. Yeah. I remember at one point Peter Falk was the highest paid actor on TV because he was getting five hundred thousand episode per Colombo in the seventies. And that was a huge enormous amount of money seventies. Not quite what the big bang theory money is like it's unbelievable and the modern family. Oh, yeah. Hey, here's a story from Trenton. And here we go again. So apparently, a New Jersey soccer coach called the cops. Because parents, you know, we're we're shouting at kids playing soccer, speak English. This is America. There was there was a junior varsity game going on. This is a trend Trenton central high school and Hopewell valley central high school is according to nj dot com. So they called the police the police arrive they got the parents to settle down there surmising that some of the parents were set off when they heard a Trenton player using a Spanish curse word against a referee. So I mean, what are you gonna yell at speak English? They wanted the cursing at the referee. We don't curse it. Our referees in Spanish in America. We wanna use good old fashioned English expletives. That is funny people should just behave. They really should it should all get along the way we get along every weekday morning. It's wonderful. And if you missed anything on the show the podcast every day, you can listen to the entire show. Yeah. You can hear me losing my temper with Leonard the first segment you just lost you and off the rails. Why cost the rails Riedel telling you? Well, if you work with Len you'd lose your sooner or later to try what's this? What's this? Great video you came at least a good video Reno came up with another video he wants people become soft really soft. Videos. What do you want from me? Now, I found this video and there's this dog out in California and the apartment complex where the dog lives. It's got a wall around the dog has figured out a way to climb up on the wall while holding a ball in his paws drops the ball over the wall. So people will pick it up and then play with them and toss it back at him. So it's a dog. It's kind of cute. He's funny. He just wants to meet the people the passer bys there, so he drops the ball on them. They pick it up. They throw back at him. He has a little issue with them. They move on. Oh, man. Did he video is kids? Cute is isn't the dog is adorable. Golden retriever beautiful dog that he figured out a way to scale the wall. Well, he's holding the ball in his paws. And he drops it. And then people stop and play with them. Len would just like throw the ball the other side of the road. And see if the dog runs out the middle of the street. You would get hit by a car, quote, your favorite president. There you go. You don't strike me as being a pet guideline? You really I love I had a dog when I was allergic. I LA little schnauzer named Muffin. I love you at a game. Doc. She I loved loved her. And every time we'd open a draw that had potato chips. She'd come running. She just knew the south of the draw. The did you sneeze every time. He got near my didn't realize I was allergic to the dog. So I had a get rid of it. I gave it to someone another loving family. I love it. I love Muffin. All right. Check out the video. All right. Shut up led by his check out the video seven ten W O, R dot com slash Lennon. Michael we've got a bonus segment. We've got Joe new Meyer on the new movie hunter killer. We've got my losing my temper with Len was all fun. Good.

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"hopewell valley" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"hopewell valley" Discussed on 710 WOR

"N W O R. Well, we're wrapping up a jam packed. Newsday on this Friday. Coastal the weekend stuff going on with two more suspicious packages have been found what I find interesting is the one they found and they've they've shut down the west side, fifty second street eighth and ninth avenue. There was a package directed to James Clapper. Former intelligence director care of CNN CNN has a picture that the how did they get a picture of postal facility? They got a picture. They're showing it on the air out Colombo. Well, you said someone tweeted it out probably the post office took a picture of tweeted it out. I don't know. But they got the, and it's the same exact thing the misspellings on the return address from Debbie Wasserman Schultz down in Florida, all look exactly like these packet. They do look exactly like, hey, Mark Simone is coming up after the news at ten o'clock in his guest is Monica Crowley, very smart political analyst, I like Monica Crowley now. We had Gavin MacLeod on at the top of the hour. And you can listen to our interview with them as a lot of fun on our website, seven ten W O, R dot com slash Lennon. Michael just going through his memoir, which is called. This is your captain speaking, my fantastic voyage through Hollywood, faith and life. And in that book, he talks about Len his very tough battle with depression. Near suicide and alcoholism, and he quit cold Turkey. He quit booze cold Turkey in nineteen seventy four and he's been sober since. And this. I also did not know he auditioned for the role of Archie bunker in all in the family. Really? Yeah. But of course, it went to Carol Carol O'Connor just can't picture Gavin. Yeah. He comes across a such a likable, happy guy. And you just don't know a demon someone faces. Yeah. Yeah. Nobody really battled depression alcoholism while he was on Mikhail's navy. But that is a brave thing to do to quit cold Turkey. And I'm glad you mentioned Mikhail's. Maybe I got a couple of emails from people because not only was I on Mary Tyler Moore. Not only was he love boat. Mikhail's navy and someone else said he had a role on Morgan Mindy the Robin Williams Renault. This guys had some some career. I wonder when he was captain stooping on the love boat. I wonder if he was on the list of the highest paid actors of the nineteen seventies this crazy, and those numbers would have paled by God. Yeah. I remember at one point Peter Falk was the highest paid actor on TV 'cause he was getting five hundred thousand and episode per Colombo in the seventies. And that was a huge enormous amount of money seventies. Not quite what the big bang theory money is like it's unbelievable and the modern family. Oh, yeah. Hey, here's a story from Trenton. And here we go again. So apparently, a New Jersey soccer coach called the cops. Because parents, you know, we're we're shouting kids playing soccer, speak English. This is America. There was there was a junior varsity game going on this is chunk Trenton central high school and Hopewell valley central high school is according to nj dot com. So they called the police the police arrive they got the parents to settle down there surmising that some of the parents were set off when they heard a Trenton player using a Spanish curse word against a referee. So I mean, what are you gonna yell at speak English? They wanted the Kersee referee. We don't curse it. Our referees in Spanish, America. We wanna use good old fashioned English expletives. That's funny. Yeah. Yeah. People should behave. They really should it should all get along the way we get along every weekday morning. It's wonderful. If you missed anything on the show, we have the podcast every day. You can listen to the entire show. Yeah. You can hear me losing my temper with Leonard the first segment you just lost you and off the rails. Why cost the rails Riedel telling you? Well, if you work with Len you'd lose your tenure sooner or later to try what's this? What's this? Great video. You came Natalie's at a good video real came up with another video he wants people become soft really soft. I like animal videos. What do you want from me? Now, I found this video and there's this dog out in California and the apartment complex where the dog lives. It's got a wall around with a dog has figured out a way to climb up on the wall while holding a ball in his paws. And then he drops the ball over the wall. So people will pick it up and then play with them and toss it back at him. So it's a dog who is huge. Kind of cute. He's kind of funny. He he just wants to meet people the passer bys their show. He drops the ball on them. They pick it up. They throw back at him. He has a little exchange with them. They move on. Oh, man. Video is kids. Cute is isn't the dog is adorable. A golden retriever beautiful dog that he figured out a way to scale the wall. Well, he's holding the ball in his paws. And he drops it. And then people stop and play with them. The language. Just like throw the ball the other side of the road. And see if the dog runs out the middle of the street. You would get hit by a car, quote, your favorite president. There you go. There you don't strike me as being a pet guideline. You really I loved I had a dog when I was allergic. I love I had a little schnauzer named Muffin. I love you at a dog a dog names. She I loved that fan loved her. And every time we'd open a draw that had potato chips. She'd come running. She just knew the south of the draw. Did you sneeze every time? He got near minden didn't realize I was allergic to the dog. So I had to get rid of it. I gave it to someone another loving family. I love it. I love Muffin. All right. Check out the video. All right. Shut up lead. About Bob is check out the video seven ten W O, R dot com slash Lennon. Michael we've got a bonus segment. We've got Joe new Meyer on the new movie hunter killer. We've got my losing my temper with Len was all fun. Good.

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"hopewell valley" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"hopewell valley" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Show, please buy tickets for the worst Boston. I meant to mention that I'm still having an aneurysm that we're not going to have that play sold out. So make proven wrong bit oyi. Slush eighty WWW blow AT WW deep Austin a lower. Yes. So anyway, nice plug for our life show as I continue on this horrible murder story nameless plug tickets. Wilbur theatre anyway, definition of shameless. How horrible. Okay that it ended up exacto knife, right shit. He cut off her fingertips cheese. Yeah. Okay. So use the exact in her? No, he's pliers. Sorry. I was gonna say, you asked sorry. I mean, there's no. It's not like it's worse or better. But I guess when I imagine a level of pain, it's better than exact. She was gone at this point. I mean, not just but it was her identity after she had passed. So it wasn't like a method of torture. Thank God. He had already bludgeoned her to death. Oh, thank God. We don't mean it that way. I just mean, you know, this isn't at least she's not more this yet. So he dumps Suzy's head and legs. Sorry, forgot an important. He dill, he stuffs her head. He takes her head off. Then he saves her head in an old paint can and stashes the rest of her body and garbage bags, and then dumps the head and legs in the woods and hotel New Jersey and tosses the arms and torso into the East River back in New York. So despite Joel's extremely elaborate plan to hide his crime, the head was discovered several days later by a member of the Hopewell valley Gulf club. Can you imagine you're out golfing and you're like, what's this pate can only God. I cannot even fathom literally head trauma of that. Oh, my God. When was it found when was the by phone? Three days later would do we know what time? Like what month. Really on things like, oh, this is Toby like, oh, that's a good Halloween decoration. And then I'd be like, oh yeah, no, it's March. So like knobby. And it's in the woods basically. So this guy, I guess is coughing or in the area. Oh, I see. And he'd symbols upon paint. Can that is. Really full of full of nightmares basically. So unfortunately, oh my God, I'm sorry. I just can't stop thinking about fighting head with not in a paint Ken. It's hor-. It's horrible. Okay. I hope that person thought therapy. So unfortunately, police couldn't determine the young woman's identity, so I guess he's exceeded on that front a year later. Joel claimed his next victim. He waited until his mother was out of town. Again, then picked up a sex worker named Julie Blackbird and brought her home. And I guess she spent the night because it wasn't until the next morning that Joel beat Julie with a table leg then strangled her to death. He dismembered her corpse in a similar fashion, but this time he placed, he's like, I've learned. He plays her body parts in weighted down buckets that were waited on with concrete, and then toss the remains into the East River and Brooklyn canal. Imagine how many things like horrible things are weighed down and rivers. Oh, if you, it's kind of like divers really wanna go all the way to the bottom of, you know, do you really wanna go lay think of how many people have done horrible things and gotten away with it because there it must be like its own morbid graveyard down there. That's horrible. It is, but he's the only person throw nobody lives down into water, especially in like such a high concentrated area, like New York, Brooklyn, New jersey. Okay. Moving well, indeed. Yeah. So in one thousand nine hundred one, he's thirty two at this point Joel decides to start a landscaping business. Oh, Jesus. Kind of a constructive member of society? Not really. Basically he used the rented job sites where his working to stash the corpses like a front until he could properly dispose of them. So his victims that year included Barbara Jacobs, Mary Lendl Luca and young Lee, and I thought of Chun Li from Mickey Manashe. Sorry up. Christ. Sorry, I thought you said that I was like, is that would make you like wrote her song about?.

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"hopewell valley" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"hopewell valley" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Mistake if you are writing New Jersey transit into Manhattan, there are forty five minute delays this morning. They are continuing to work on wire repairs inside the Hudson river tunnels morning. We'll have more coming up in just a couple of minutes. Tomorrow. We Mark the seventeenth anniversary of the nine eleven terror attacks. Mommy, Garden State residents recall in vivid detail, what happened that fateful day. New Jersey high school kids do not they are too young. But many do seem to understand the significance of the events that unfolded seventeen year old Brennan Russa senior at Hopewell valley central high school says nine eleven was one of the dark days in American history. But at the same time was also one of America's most resilient days. Everybody coming together people risking their lives to help complete strangers his classmates seventeen year old Kylie Pflueger thinks security at the airport shows attractions, everywhere you go is sometimes inconvenient. However can get really is in the back of everyone's mind. Got a really horrible that could happen. And no one wants to be part of that in Pennington, David Matthau, New Jersey one oh one point five news. The group mothers against police brutality says the arrest of a white Dallas officer in the off duty shooting death of her black. Neighbor is a first step towards Justice and accountability officer amber, Geiger was arrested Sunday on manslaughter charges. She was later released on bond. She fatally shot twenty six year old Boston, gene, Thursday jeans apartment told responding officers. She mistook that apartment for her own the newly crowned Miss America says she's glad she didn't have to wear a swimsuit in order to win the crown and a fifty thousand dollars scholarship Neo. Franklin miss New York says she's happy the pageant eliminated, the swim suit competition this year that she and the other fifty contestants are more than just that Franklin returns. The Miss America crown to New York which wanted three years in a row between twenty thirteen and two thousand fifteen what's so great about the Garden State every week at this time, we profile some of the groups and individuals that make the Garden State. A great place to live previously a series of four. There will be five walks. This fall to raise awareness and money for Alzheimer's disease in New Jersey, Alzheimer's, New Jersey, kicks off their twenty eighteen walked to fight Alzheimer's slate, September twenty second and point pleasant beach, subsequent walks will follow in September and October in Morristown. That's a new one, Princeton Jersey City and Paramus. More and more people who are affected are more willing to talk about the disease than they ever were before. And really come out to these walks as an opportunity to connect with other people Alzheimer's nj president and CEO, Ken Zaentz, says the walks taken collectively make up the group's biggest annual fundraiser. He says they're great opportunities for families and caregivers to come together and share their experiences. Patrick, Lavarini jersey one a one point five news time. New Jersey's first news five twenty six were keeping an eye on hurricane Florence. And also the reins around the Garden State this morning, and that may return for tonight, we'll have more on that informative. On the half hour at five thirty also at five thirty it's going to be a rough commute for New Jersey transit commuters. Again this morning. We'll tell you. What's driving the delays this morning? That's coming up at the bottom of the hour. Business news is next. Your phone is always with you. And so is New Jersey one zero one point five listen.

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"hopewell valley" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"hopewell valley" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Princeton traffic and weather every fifteen minutes on New Jersey one zero one point, five joined Big Joe Henry for. The Big Joe variety show on the beach and seaside heights, Wednesday night at. Seven o'clock this week Big Joe, welcomes musical guests from, the blues brothers rob. Paparazzi comedian eventual of course Jon peasy 2017 Big Joe jersey talent show. Winner Angelina Bella and. Pat Gordon And the big band Awesome Beijing, jersey John. Scott You, should, see Charge Seems JJ active Learned to swim South jersey Joss gotta You like to see free beaches in. New Jersey would you be willing to pay a two percent tax in everything you buy in that town while you're going on, the, beach Nixon Hopewell valley on, New Jersey auto, one, point, five, eight, Nick hey how?.

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