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April 20, 2015 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Msgr. Dominic Bottino once shared a memorable two-week trip to Germany with Msgr. Joseph G. Stoerlein. "No piano was safe when he was around," Bottino told the Catholic Star Herald, the newspaper of the Camden Diocese. During that trip, "he would play the piano each night in each different hotel where our travel group was staying. " Larry Delaney, the husband of Msgr. Stoerlein's sister Antoinette, recalled that his brother-in-law "could play any tune on the piano, like a professional.
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December 1, 2014 | By Jacqueline L. Urgo, Inquirer Staff Writer
ABSECON, N.J. - No, the Jersey Shore doesn't roll up the streets and go dark after Labor Day. For many locales up and down the coast, the holiday season is among the most dazzling times of year. "For us, Thanksgiving weekend is really busier here than any summer weekend - even the Fourth of July," said Scott Wahl, Avalon borough administrator. "This is the time of the year that the second homeowners really come down and enjoy their own properties with family and friends. " Wahl's town planned two days of kickoff events this weekend, including a winter carnival and the lighting of more than a mile of trees along Dune Drive.
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February 24, 2015 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
One summer in the 1960s, when he was in his 40s, John F. Born took his family on a vacation in New England. "We came across a rail yard in Vermont, and he was struck by the mechanical beauty of the locomotives," his son Matthew recalled. "He became kind of a rail fan, and a couple of times a year, he would go on short trips and photograph railroads all over the country. " Eventually, his son said, Mr. Born became a contributor to the Triumph series of books about the former Pennsylvania Railroad published by Barnard, Roberts & Co. That was just for fun after he retired, his son said.
SPORTS
September 21, 2013 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Columnist
C.J. LaFragola used to wear blue and gold. Now he wears red and white. He used to play quarterback. Now he plays fullback. He used to travel down the Garden State Parkway every morning to Absecon. Now he goes inland to Hammonton. But some things are the same: It's Week 2, it's St. Joseph vs. Holy Spirit, and the anticipation is building toward what will be one of the most hard-hitting and far-reaching games of the South Jersey football season. "It's like the South Jersey Super Bowl," LaFragola said of the game that will match his new team against his old team in a Cape-Atlantic League American Division clash Friday night at Holy Spirit.
REAL_ESTATE
April 11, 2010
Following are some prices recorded with the counties Nov. 28-Jan. 8.   Absecon 819 New York Ave. , $470,000. 112 Cedar Hill Dr. , $370,000.   Atlantic City 107 N. Columbia Ave. , $153,000.   Brigantine 316 S. Ninth St. , $1,125,000. 4532 Atlantic Brigantine Blvd. unit B , $565,000.       Egg Harbor 251 Washington Ave. , $140,000.   Egg Harbor Township 201 New York Ave. , $162,000.
SPORTS
June 2, 2013 | By Jen A. Miller, For The Inquirer
Step outside lately? It's bad enough walking the dog right now, but running in this muck can be torture. "The primary issue is the impact the heat and humidity has on our body's core temperature," said Maria Simone, USATF-certified coach of the Absecon, N.J.-based No Limits Endurance Coaching. Normally, we're at 97 to 99 degrees. Run outside on a hot and humid day and you can push that core temperature up past 100. "Research suggests that as our core body temperature approaches 103 degrees, our bodies fatigue, pace slows, rate of perceived exertion increases, and we risk heat exhaustion or stroke if the core temp continues to rise even more," she said.
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May 31, 2013 | By Melissa Dribben and Mike Newall, Inquirer Staff Writers
Julia Papazian Law probably drowned in a bathtub, perhaps after a seizure, according to two law enforcement officials familiar with the investigation. The tentative finding may sweep aside some of the speculation surrounding the death of the 26-year-old paralegal, found facedown Saturday morning in the Center City apartment belonging to her boss, defense attorney A. Charles Peruto Jr. No drugs or alcohol were found at the scene, the room was undisturbed, and the liquor closet was closed, the officials said.
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April 20, 2015 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Msgr. Dominic Bottino once shared a memorable two-week trip to Germany with Msgr. Joseph G. Stoerlein. "No piano was safe when he was around," Bottino told the Catholic Star Herald, the newspaper of the Camden Diocese. During that trip, "he would play the piano each night in each different hotel where our travel group was staying. " Larry Delaney, the husband of Msgr. Stoerlein's sister Antoinette, recalled that his brother-in-law "could play any tune on the piano, like a professional.
NEWS
February 24, 2015 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
One summer in the 1960s, when he was in his 40s, John F. Born took his family on a vacation in New England. "We came across a rail yard in Vermont, and he was struck by the mechanical beauty of the locomotives," his son Matthew recalled. "He became kind of a rail fan, and a couple of times a year, he would go on short trips and photograph railroads all over the country. " Eventually, his son said, Mr. Born became a contributor to the Triumph series of books about the former Pennsylvania Railroad published by Barnard, Roberts & Co. That was just for fun after he retired, his son said.
NEWS
December 1, 2014 | By Jacqueline L. Urgo, Inquirer Staff Writer
ABSECON, N.J. - No, the Jersey Shore doesn't roll up the streets and go dark after Labor Day. For many locales up and down the coast, the holiday season is among the most dazzling times of year. "For us, Thanksgiving weekend is really busier here than any summer weekend - even the Fourth of July," said Scott Wahl, Avalon borough administrator. "This is the time of the year that the second homeowners really come down and enjoy their own properties with family and friends. " Wahl's town planned two days of kickoff events this weekend, including a winter carnival and the lighting of more than a mile of trees along Dune Drive.
SPORTS
September 21, 2013 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Columnist
C.J. LaFragola used to wear blue and gold. Now he wears red and white. He used to play quarterback. Now he plays fullback. He used to travel down the Garden State Parkway every morning to Absecon. Now he goes inland to Hammonton. But some things are the same: It's Week 2, it's St. Joseph vs. Holy Spirit, and the anticipation is building toward what will be one of the most hard-hitting and far-reaching games of the South Jersey football season. "It's like the South Jersey Super Bowl," LaFragola said of the game that will match his new team against his old team in a Cape-Atlantic League American Division clash Friday night at Holy Spirit.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 5, 2013 | By Samantha Melamed, For The Inquirer
Come September, most kids can count on one thing: the start of school. But many families make sure their students-to-be can rely on something else: a personal back-to-school tradition. From baked goods that serve as tokens of parental support to those first-day-of-class photo sessions, moms say it gives them and their kids something to look forward to each year, and helps just a little to ease the first-day jitters. Mimi Larkin has a great deal of experience with the subject: 14 years to be precise.
SPORTS
June 2, 2013 | By Jen A. Miller, For The Inquirer
Step outside lately? It's bad enough walking the dog right now, but running in this muck can be torture. "The primary issue is the impact the heat and humidity has on our body's core temperature," said Maria Simone, USATF-certified coach of the Absecon, N.J.-based No Limits Endurance Coaching. Normally, we're at 97 to 99 degrees. Run outside on a hot and humid day and you can push that core temperature up past 100. "Research suggests that as our core body temperature approaches 103 degrees, our bodies fatigue, pace slows, rate of perceived exertion increases, and we risk heat exhaustion or stroke if the core temp continues to rise even more," she said.
NEWS
May 31, 2013 | By Melissa Dribben and Mike Newall, Inquirer Staff Writers
Julia Papazian Law probably drowned in a bathtub, perhaps after a seizure, according to two law enforcement officials familiar with the investigation. The tentative finding may sweep aside some of the speculation surrounding the death of the 26-year-old paralegal, found facedown Saturday morning in the Center City apartment belonging to her boss, defense attorney A. Charles Peruto Jr. No drugs or alcohol were found at the scene, the room was undisturbed, and the liquor closet was closed, the officials said.
NEWS
May 28, 2013 | By Jonathan Lai and Sarah Smith, Inquirer Staff Writers
A. Charles Peruto Jr., a prominent criminal defense lawyer, expressed sadness and dismay Sunday over the death of a woman found in his Center City home Saturday whom he called his girlfriend. Peruto, who answered the door at the three-story brick house at South 20th Street and Delancey Place, declined to comment beyond describing his relationship with the woman. She was identified by a police source and friends as Julia Law, an employee at Peruto's Philadelphia law firm. "Julia was a beautiful, caring free spirit hippy, who I was blessed to have known," Peruto said later in a text message.
REAL_ESTATE
June 19, 2011
New Jersey Following are some prices recorded March 1 to April 11. Absecon 101 Bayview Dr. , $199,900. 317 Coolidge Ave. , $156,000. Atlantic City 511 N. Ohio Ave. , $128,000. 2715 Boardwalk unit 505 , $70,000. Brigantine 316 S. 30th St. , $580,000. 5104 Ontario Dr. unit Ab , $414,000. 127 Hudson Dr. , $162,500. Buena Vista 112 Wisteria Ave. , $149,900. Egg Harbor Township 239 Zion Rd. , $220,000.
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