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June 11, 2006 | By Julie Shaw INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The son of an employee of the Camden County Office of Hispanic Affairs was gunned down Friday night outside a corner grocery store in East Camden, authorities said yesterday. Andres Camacho 3d, 26, of East Camden, was slain about 9:50 p.m. Friday by a lone shooter who approached him on foot and shot him once in the head after Camacho left a Hispanic grocery store at Berwick Street and Marlton Pike, said Bill Shralow, Camden County Prosecutor's Office spokesman. He died at the scene shortly after.
NEWS
December 30, 1996 | By Mary Beth Warner and John Way Jennings, FOR THE INQUIRER
Nora Navarrete wasn't supposed to work Saturday night in her husband's North Camden grocery store. She just went to help clean. Her decision proved fatal. Navarrete became a victim in the second shooting within 24 hours at a Camden grocery store. Around 10 p.m., an hour before Father and Son grocery at 901 N. Eighth St. was scheduled to close, Navarrete was standing at the cash register. Another worker was in the back storeroom. According to police sources, a man wielding a handgun and wearing a black ski mask entered the store and demanded money from Navarrete.
NEWS
September 3, 2012
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - Smarck Michel, 75, a businessman who served for almost a year as Haiti's prime minister after the United States restored President Jean-Bertrand Aristide to power in the mid-1990s, died Saturday, his son said. Kenneth Michel said his father had a brain tumor and died in the family home near Port-au-Prince. Mr. Michel was born March 29, 1937, in St. Marc, a port city north of the capital, and moved around the country during his childhood because his father was in the Haitian armed forces.
NEWS
August 24, 2010 | By Claudia Vargas, Inquirer Staff Writer
Samuel Plasky, 95, of Maple Shade, a retired businessman who worked as a local basketball referee and is a member of the South Jersey Basketball Hall of Fame, died of an infection Saturday, Aug. 21, at Virtua Marlton. After being recognized as a basketball all-star while in high school, Mr. Plasky continued to play in various adult leagues in the Philadelphia and South Jersey areas. He won many games and tournaments and in 1940 was named most valuable player in the Jewish League.
NEWS
July 6, 2014 | By Laura McCrystal, Inquirer Staff Writer
Donna Payne stopped at Bottom Dollar Food for the first time Thursday morning. By the time she reached the checkout line, the 44-year-old Chester resident had a cart brimming with chicken wings, bread, eggs, soda, and popsicles. "This cut down half the price from the other stores," she said. Most of the other stores she visits are not in her own city. Bottom Dollar opened its Chester store last month on Edgmont Avenue, becoming the city's second full-size supermarket. The other one - a nonprofit market called Fare & Square, operated by Philabundance - opened in the fall.
NEWS
August 21, 2011 | By Kristin E. Holmes, Inquirer Staff Writer
From his apartment on the Radnor estate where he works as a butler, Hyen David is building a business based on a feeling he knows well - missing home. The Philly-Pinoy grocery store he and his wife, Rowena, operate in Bridgeport stocks snacks, foods, and beauty products from the Philippines that local Filipinos have driven from as far as central New Jersey to buy. Their Philly-Pinoy outdoor restaurant near the waterfront in Brooklyn, N.Y., serves Filipino cuisine to the cruise ship workers longing for a taste of home.
NEWS
December 18, 1987 | By ANN GERHART, Daily News Staff Writer
Funeral services were to be held this morning for Anna Miller Quinlan, who spent most of her life operating a small grocery store that she and her husband started back in the days when the door didn't have to be locked. Quinlan was 87 and lived in Gloria Dei Plaza, Newtown, Bucks County. She ran her grocery store in Olney for 57 years, well after her husband, Michael John, died in 1969. She operated the store until she was 81, and then moved to the country. "It was the quintessential mom and pop grocery store; they poured themselves into it," said her grandson, Edward Dougherty.
NEWS
December 18, 2012 | By John Hanna, Associated Press
TOPEKA, Kan. - A man with a history of theft and weapons convictions gunned down two police officers investigating possible drug activity in a grocery parking lot, and was later killed after an armed standoff, authorities said Monday. Killed Sunday night were Topeka Police Cpl. David Gogian, 50, and Officer Jeff Atherly, 29. Kansas Bureau of Investigation official Kyle Smith identified the man who opened fire as David Tiscareno, 22, of Topeka. Shawnee County Sheriff Herman Jones said Tiscareno was seated behind the driver's seat of a car stopped in the parking lot of a grocery store when police ordered the occupants to get out. After shooting two of the three responding officers, Tiscareno got back into the car and drove from the scene.
NEWS
January 6, 2012 | By Michael Matza, Inquirer Staff Writer
Gunplay on a North Philadelphia street critically wounded an armored-car guard who was shot in the head Thursday night while servicing an ATM in a neighborhood grocery, police said. But the shooting about 7:30 p.m. in the 3000 block of North Ninth Street, near Clearfield Street, initially reported as a robbery, was not a typical attempted heist, police said. Instead, it appears the guard, 29, whose name was not released, was the victim of an errant shot aimed by unidentified gunmen firing from outside the store at a 17-year-old male, police said.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 27, 2012 | Carolyn Hax
Question: I am guilty of occasionally resenting my boyfriend because he doesn't take it well when I say no. He pouts when I tell him I want to do something other than what he wants — like going to the grocery store instead of out to dinner. Generally I give in, but if I insist that groceries must be bought, he stops speaking to me and leaves abruptly. Over the years I have tried to ignore the pouting, but I am basically a peacekeeper, and want to know if there is a more amiable way to defuse the tension.
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