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May 11, 1993 | By Louis R. Carlozo, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Tony Reese of Cherry Hill would walk a mall to stay in shape. Tanned and trim and 73, Reese kept a brisk pace on a recent spring morning, marveling as the sun poured like juice through a skylight and spilled onto the freshly waxed marble floor. "Pleasant conditions, the most pleasant conditions," Reese remarked as he ambled along on his daily five-mile jaunt at the Cherry Hill Mall. "The temperature never changes in here. It's marvelous. The time goes by very quickly. " Ask him if he would rather walk outside, and Reese talks of cold gusts and car exhaust.
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September 18, 1996 | By Lillian Micko, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT Inquirer staff writer John Way Jennings contributed to this article
Fugitive Moses S. Clary, sought in the Deptford Mall robbery that turned bloody and took three lives, was arrested without incident last night on a Brooklyn street corner, the FBI said. Clary, 21, of Camden, who had eluded police since the August shootout, could face the death penalty for the robbery, which shattered a quiet summer afternoon at the mall with bursts of gunfire. Clary, who had a police record of relatively minor crimes, is believed to have fled with possibly $100,000 in a bank bag. FBI spokeswoman Linda Vizi said last night that Clary would be taken before a federal magistrate in New York sometime today.
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October 18, 1996 | By John Way Jennings and Larry Lewis, INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
Moses Clary, 21, charged with murder and robbery in the Aug 5. Deptford Mall shootout that left three people dead, yesterday pleaded not guilty in U.S. District Court in Camden. Clary, arrested in Brooklyn on Sept. 17, was ordered held without bail by Judge Joseph H. Rodriguez after Assistant U.S. Attorney Paul H. Zoubek called the defendant a threat to the public. Richard Coughlin and David A. Ruhnke were appointed by the judge to represent Clary. Coughlin is an assistant federal public defender.
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August 10, 1996 | By John Way Jennings, Edward Colimore and Larry Lewis, INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS Staff writers Thomas J. Gibbons Jr., Maureen Graham and Chris Conway and correspondents Shawna McCoy and Tamara Chuang contributed to this article
A federal arrest warrant was issued yesterday for Moses S. Clary, 21, of Camden, whom authorities have identified as the second armed robber in Monday's deadly outburst of gunfire at the Deptford Mall. Authorities said Clary, who has an arrest record for petty crime, could face the death penalty for the violent holdup, which left an accomplice and two young bystanders dead and an armored-car courier seriously wounded. FBI agents spent yesterday searching for Clary in Camden and Philadelphia, at an address where he once lived.
NEWS
August 3, 1997 | By Scott Fallon and Mary Beth Warner, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENTS
For Rudy Matlack, it was to be a simple bank exchange. As an armored-car guard, he had done it scores of times before. For Maureen Lavin, it was a lazy summer day spent shopping with her teenage friends. For Nicholas Morris, it was an ordinary trip to the bank with his sister to cash her paycheck. But nothing was ordinary about that hot day in August last year, when the three young people's lives were irrevocably crossed. The ceiling and walls of the Deptford Mall still bear the scars of the 14 bullets fired there in a wild exchange of gunfire as two armed men robbed Matlack of his three bags of money.
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August 8, 1996 | By Tara Dooley, Tamara Chuang and Lillian Micko, FOR THE INQUIRER Inquirer staff writers John Way Jennings and Thomas J. Gibbons Jr. contributed to this article
Maureen Lavin, the 15-year-old hit by a stray bullet during a botched robbery Monday at the Deptford Mall, died from her head wound yesterday, bringing the death toll in the mall shootout to three. Lavin was pronounced dead at 6:05 p.m. at Cooper Hospital-University Medical Center in Camden, where she had been in intensive care, a spokeswoman said. As the search continued last night for one or more robbers, police found an older-model black Suzuki Sidekick believed linked to the mall shootout.
NEWS
June 27, 2015
An Associated Press story Thursday incorrectly reported that State Sen. Clementa Pinckney, who was killed in the Charleston church shootings, was the first African American since Reconstruction to rest in honor in South Carolina's Statehouse Rotunda. In 1986, the body of the astronaut Ronald McNair, who died in the space shuttle Challenger explosion, was given the same honor. A photo caption in some editions Wednesday gave the wrong name for a damaged car at Deptford Mall. It was a Nissan Altima.
BUSINESS
July 31, 2014 | By Joseph N. DiStefano, Inquirer Staff Writer
California-based Macerich Co., which owns 55 U.S. shopping centers including the Deptford Mall, will invest $106.8 million in a joint venture to redevelop the Gallery at Market East and offer "accessible luxury retailing" there, Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust, owner of the 1.4 million-square-foot Center City shopping complex, said Tuesday. Century 21, a New York fashion chain, is remodeling space in the former Strawbridge & Clothier flagship store at the east end of the Gallery at Eighth and Market Streets, with an October opening planned that PREIT has said will help anchor the mall's renovation.
SPORTS
November 21, 2013 | BY AARON CARTER, Daily News Staff Writer cartera@phillynews.com, 215-854-5814
NEUMANN-GORETTI High forward Tony Toplyn became the school's second basketball player to pledge allegiance to Campbell University (N.C.) when the 6-6 forward committed to the school yesterday morning. Toplyn, a long-armed player adept at running the floor and blocking shots, will join N-G teammate Troy Harper, who committed to the Fighting Camels in October. Teammate Ja'Quan Newton committed to Miami earlier this month. "We're bringing Philly to North Carolina," Toplyn said last night.
NEWS
July 29, 2015 | By Robert Moran, Inquirer Staff Writer
A robbery suspect driving a van led police on a winding chase through South Jersey and Philadelphia for about two hours Monday night before being taken into custody near Philadelphia International Airport. The chase ended at 9:36 p.m. on the Enterprise Avenue exit of southbound I-95, heading toward Island Avenue, when a pursuing Pennsylvania State Police cruiser clipped the white 2000 Dodge, and the van rolled over before coming to a stop. The driver, identified by police as Robert Ritter of New Jersey, then surrendered.
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December 4, 2015 | By Suzette Parmley, Inquirer Staff Writer
Retailers across the region claimed a successful Black Friday weekend, with the heaviest traffic in years at area shopping malls. Although more people than ever are doing their holiday shopping online, two of the area's biggest malls reported substantially more shoppers in their stores than on the typical weekend. More than 95,000 people went through Cherry Hill Mall on Black Friday alone, said Lisa Wolstromer, the mall's team marketing director. That compares with the usual Friday mall crowd of about 25,000 shoppers, she said.
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July 29, 2015 | By Robert Moran, Inquirer Staff Writer
A robbery suspect driving a van led police on a winding chase through South Jersey and Philadelphia for about two hours Monday night before being taken into custody near Philadelphia International Airport. The chase ended at 9:36 p.m. on the Enterprise Avenue exit of southbound I-95, heading toward Island Avenue, when a pursuing Pennsylvania State Police cruiser clipped the white 2000 Dodge, and the van rolled over before coming to a stop. The driver, identified by police as Robert Ritter of New Jersey, then surrendered.
NEWS
June 27, 2015
An Associated Press story Thursday incorrectly reported that State Sen. Clementa Pinckney, who was killed in the Charleston church shootings, was the first African American since Reconstruction to rest in honor in South Carolina's Statehouse Rotunda. In 1986, the body of the astronaut Ronald McNair, who died in the space shuttle Challenger explosion, was given the same honor. A photo caption in some editions Wednesday gave the wrong name for a damaged car at Deptford Mall. It was a Nissan Altima.
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June 26, 2015 | BY JASON NARK, Daily News Staff Writer narkj@phillynews.com, 215-854-5916
THE PEOPLE OF Wenonah, N.J., love their trees, and they carved them into logs and pried them out of windshields yesterday afternoon with a bit of the bark stripped from their hearts. "Can you tell I've been crying?" asked Maria Ceravolo, 36, as she stood in the center of Wenonah Park in the quaint Gloucester County community. Ceravolo, a member of the Shade Tree Commission in town, looked like a nurse combing through a battlefield, wiping off sweat as she raked up the green leaves and branches that littered the grass.
BUSINESS
March 11, 2015 | By Joseph N. DiStefano, Inquirer Staff Writer
If shopping malls are really dying - killed by retail apps, next-day delivery, and those giant "fulfillment centers" rising across Pennsylvania - you wouldn't know it. Not the way big investors like Simon Property Group are buying and selling rival shopping malls. On Monday, Simon - the Indianapolis company that owns one of the largest malls in the United States ( King of Prussia ) and the biggest in Philadelphia ( Philadelphia Mills , the former Franklin Mills) - offered $22 billion, or $91 a share, for national mall chain Macerich Co. , of Santa Monica, Calif.
BUSINESS
August 1, 2014 | By Erin Arvedlund, Inquirer Staff Writer
Ever since discount designer-apparel department store Century 21 signed on in April as an anchor tenant in the Gallery at Market East, retail analysts have speculated what else might move in. Among the names dropped: "fast fashion" brands such as Uniqlo and Forever 21. Maybe a high-end movie theater. Now that Gallery owner Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust (PREIT) has struck a partnership with retail developer Macerich Co. - a joint venture to redevelop the struggling Center City shopping mall - industry observers have a better clue.
BUSINESS
July 31, 2014 | By Joseph N. DiStefano, Inquirer Staff Writer
California-based Macerich Co., which owns 55 U.S. shopping centers including the Deptford Mall, will invest $106.8 million in a joint venture to redevelop the Gallery at Market East and offer "accessible luxury retailing" there, Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust, owner of the 1.4 million-square-foot Center City shopping complex, said Tuesday. Century 21, a New York fashion chain, is remodeling space in the former Strawbridge & Clothier flagship store at the east end of the Gallery at Eighth and Market Streets, with an October opening planned that PREIT has said will help anchor the mall's renovation.
NEWS
February 17, 2014 | By Laura McCrystal, Jonathan Lai, and Chris Hepp, Inquirer Staff Writers
It has been a tough week for florists. And restaurants. And jewelers. And airlines. Oh, make that just about any business that depends on customers. After a relentless weeks-long onslaught of rough winter weather, Mother Nature did its best on Thursday to deck what was left of our region's economy. A foot of snow closed malls, shuttered stores, delayed travelers, and kept legions of workers at home with their wallets. "It is like everything else," said economist Joel Naroff of Bucks County.
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December 2, 2013 | By Michaelle Bond, Inquirer Staff Writer
Karen Donges lives two miles from the Deptford Mall, but you won't see her among the crowds there or at any other mall this holiday season. "I visit the small businesses," Donges said, "because they need us. " Nestled between Black Friday and Cyber Monday is Small Business Saturday, a day for mom-and-pop shops to shine during a time when sales at chain stores stretch through the Thanksgiving weekend. American Express started the nationwide effort to get more people to support local businesses and boost their local economies three years ago, and it has been growing since.
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December 1, 2013 | By Maria Panaritis and Julia Terruso, Inquirer Staff Writers
Had it not been for the multiple bags in each woman's hands, it would have been easy to believe Judy Dunn as she and her sisters griped, during a pause inside the King of Prussia mall, that Black Friday had lost its appeal as the Day of the Deals. "They're killing Black Friday, the retailers," said Dunn, a 55-year-old elementary school principal from Broomall, wagging a cookie in her hand before taking a bite. "The sales weren't there like they used to be. " "Black Friday is not the same," interjected Marijo Gannon, 43, of Broomall.
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