Amid the platitudes, YouthBuild student Bart Williams, who, for the occasion, replaced the construction training program's T-shirt with a pin-striped suit and polka-dotted pocket square, got to the point.
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It was an early morning Thursday for Theresa Garrity. The Gloucester Townshipresident, her two daughters and three granddaughters were in line at the Nike Factory Outlet at 8:30 a.m., an hour an a half before the Gloucester Premium Outlets' 90 retail stores were set to open their doors for the first time.
(CNBNewsnet)--Washington, DC-Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-1) Tuesday continued his fight to fund programs that clean up toxic sites across South Jersey and protect the health of constituents from potential health hazards.
NJ.com. By Tom MacArthur and Donald Norcross
...As freshman members of Congress from different political parties, we are constantly looking for ways to work together for the betterment of South Jersey.
Burlington County Times. By David Levinsky and Todd McHale
...U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross, D-1st of Camden, said Thursday that he was hopeful a disaster declaration will be issued soon.
...As efforts to restore power throughout South Jersey continue, Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) urged his former colleagues in the New Jersey Legislature to approve a resolution he championed last fall establishing October as “Lineman Appreciation Month.”
NJ.com. By Jonathan D. Salant
...Rep. Donald Norcross (D-1st Dist.): The Supreme Court rightfully decided that no American - regardless of where he or she resides in our great country - should be denied access to the tax credits that were intended under this law to make quality coverage within reach for middle class families.
Patch. By Anthony Bellano
... On Thursday, Congressman Donald Norcross urged Gov. Chris Christie to issue a disaster declaration for those two counties that would allow the use of federal funds for disaster cleanup.
Courier Post. By Jim Walsh
... Rep Donald Norcross, D-Camden, said the EPA's support would help attract funding from other sources.
..."It's a wide-open building right now," said Norcross, who lives nearby. "I don't think anyone wants that to continue."