A 19 year old Sicklerville woman was charged with shoplifting after a Home Depot employee reported he saw her conceal $124 of electric cable in a backpack and try to leave the store. She was also charged with possession of a hypodermic needle after police searched the backpack. She was released with a summons..
Well, at least you get to pick between stores, right? If the people at the LensCrafters are being dicks while selling you different glasses all made by Luxottica, you can show them what you think of that by taking your business across the mall to the Pearle Vision. Or maybe the Sears or Target optical departments. Except that they are also all owned by Luxottica.
It’s all part of the business, suggests store manager Hugo Chiu. You sell them legally and they go who knows where. Chiu doesn’t remember Vega, he says. Lloyd State Park, where the two mile, saltwater creek flows between the beach and a long island of mangroves. The creek has a strong foothold in this regions history and rangers are anxious to share the charm and intrigue with park visitors.Whiskey Creek was too shallow for the Coast Guard cutters to get through, said Park Ranger Pamela Murfey. They couldnt catch the rum runners and the rum runners knew it.
I am pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Safwan M. Masri as vice president for Global Centers. Professor Kenneth Prewitt, who has served in that capacity since the position’s creation in 2009, will remain in a senior advisory role helping to chart the future course of Columbia’s globalization efforts.
They have been reading Charles Dickens’ “A Tale of Two Cities.”The youngsters spent the school day Friday taking part in Victorian activities: a tea and waltz social, a croquet game, a glass harp concert, a lecture by Dickens, a rabble rousing Hyde Park harangue by British statesman William Ewart Gladstone and a garden audience with Queen Victoria.Many of the students managed to turn out in some semblance of Victorian garb. There were girls in long, frilly dresses and hoop skirts. There were boys in black top hats, black vests, white shirts and black ties.The clothing was a source of complaints on a sunny day, as the temperature rose to 81.”I think it’s pretty; it’s just hot,” said Jennifer Shai, wearing a floor length lilac gown and walking on crutches.
A. In the summer, polls suggested that Hillary Clinton would win such a sweeping victory that there would be significant gains for the Democrats in down ballot races, leading to big gains for the party in Congress. For a variety of reasons, those polls were not reliable.