Category: Camden County

How Cherry Hill Schools Bungled Into ‘Tunagate’ | Cirucci

By Dan Cirucci Posted with permission from The Dan Cirucci Blog — There’s a rule in public relations that says “don’t create a problem where none exists.” Seems simple, right? Still, you’d be surprised how often this elementary maxim is violated. Read More

Post-domestic violence allegation, former Assemblyman may land Camden City job

HADDON HEIGHTS, N.J. – The timeline is ugly.  Arthur Barclay (D-5) resigned from the New Jersey Assembly last June 2018 after being accused of committing an act of domestic violence; the case reportedly went no where when the victim failed Read More

NJGOP Chairman offers rare primary endorsement in LD8

TRENTON, NJ –  State party organizations rarely get involved in primaries for obvious reasons. NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt is making a rare exception in this year’s four-way LD8 Assembly contest.  “The State Republican Party has a general practice of not Read More

VIDEO: Facebook LIVE interview with Asm. Ryan Peters (R-8)

By The Staff _ Navy SEAL. GOP Assemblyman. Representing one of the state’s most competitive legislative districts. And he’s got a contested primary next month. He’s also leading the fight against Governor Phil Murphy’s “rain tax.” – SaveJersey.com’s Matt Rooney sat Read More

As EDA fight rages, new study finds Camden is New Jersey’s most dangerous city

CAMDEN, N.J. – The war over Economic Development Authority (EDA) tax credit oversight features the powerful Camden County Democrat Machine pitted against Governor Phil Murphy’s state-wide organization; the intra-party conflict is also shining a hard light on the well-being of Read More

KABOOM: The Bond Bomb That Rocked Cherry Hill | CIRUCCI

By Dan Cirucci Posted with permission from The Dan Cirucci Blog — If you felt the earth move slightly in Cherry Hill Tuesday night it wasn’t the crush of holiday shoppers or a traffic calamity on Route 70 or even an Read More