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October 24, 1991 | By Mike Jensen, Inquirer Staff Writer
Mansfield quarterback Bill Bair can remember the days when high school rivalries meant everything, when friendships were either formed or outlawed because of colors on a letter jacket. But the 1989 Ridley High graduate has broadened his outlook a bit, now that his two starting wide receivers are graduates of Ridley's two most bitter Delaware County rivals. George Zagame, who shares a dormitory room with Bair this year, came out of neighboring Interboro High, and John Miller, Mansfield's top receiver, is from another school just a couple of miles away, Springfield High.
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August 16, 1996 | By David E. Wilson, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Appellate judges yesterday affirmed Superior Court Judge Myron Gottlieb's Wednesday decision to allow the dumping of contaminated soil at a landfill here. In a lawsuit, township attorneys sought to stop the county and the state Department of Environmental Protection from dumping about 1,000 truckloads of pesticide-tainted soil from Burlington Township. Since Aug. 5, workers have been carting the soil away from the Burlington Heights and Sunset Ridge housing developments in Burlington Township.
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October 8, 1996 | By Matthew Dolan, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The state's Department of Environmental Protection has granted two new permits to build a new Burlington County sludge-treatment plant, despite continuing opposition from Mansfield residents, officials said yesterday. Mary Pat Robbie, the county's management specialist for environmental issues, said the permits, which approved the sludge facility's general design and pollution control system, arrived last week. With approval from other state agencies expected later this week, Robbie said construction of the co-composting plant could begin this month.
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October 16, 1995 | By Chris Morkides, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Mansfield had given up four sacks going into Saturday's game against West Chester, but defensive tackle Jason Swint and his teammates trashed that statistic and the Mansfield offense in a 24-8 Golden Rams win. Swint, a junior, registered two of West Chester's five sacks. West Chester gave up only 42 rushing yards and 194 total yards. The 6-foot, 260-pound Swint has made a number of big plays recently. He returned an interception 20 yards for a score in a 36-36 tie with New Haven on Oct. 7. "He's quick off the ball," West Chester coach Rick Daniels said.
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March 25, 2003 | By Cynthia Burton INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Calton Homes withdrew its planning board application for 181 homes last night after township attorneys advised the board to throw out a preliminary approval. Without discussion, the nine-member board unanimously approved the withdrawal. Overcome by rapid development and its related costs, including two new schools, Mansfield has become more cautious in approving projects in recent years. Last night's action was a sign of that. The number of homes in the township has tripled during a 20-year building boom.
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November 6, 1997 | By Chris Morkides, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
They're calling it the "Oprah Winfrey Bowl" at Cheyney University. Cheyney is 0-9 and riding a 45-game losing streak. Mansfield, which hosts the Wolves at 1 p.m. Saturday, also is 0-9. Hence, the reference to a talk-show host whose first name starts with a letter that sums up the futility of the combatants' seasons. "It's the game of the year," Mountaineers sports information director Steve McCloskey said. "You're talking about two programs with zero wins. You're talking about intensity.
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April 24, 1997 | by Kitty Caparella, Daily News Staff Writer
Is it tougher being a hit man in Philadelphia than in New York? Giuseppe Gallara thinks so. The 30-year-old convicted killer yesterday was slapped with consecutive life prison terms without parole - the price of mob membership in Philadelphia. U.S. District Judge Ronald L. Buckwalter punished Gallara for the Sept. 17, 1993 murder of mob associate Frank Baldino outside the Melrose Diner. Gallara and mob hit man John Veasey sidled up to Baldino's white Cadillac and pumped the associate of rival mobster Joseph "Skinny Joey" Merlino full of bullets during a mob war. Of the six slugs that hit Baldino, four came from Gallara's 9-mm pistol.
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April 26, 1996 | by Kitty Caparella, Daily News Staff Writer
Do three bottles of Amaretto, four cans of black gunpowder and a math quiz equal a belly laugh? Defense witness Dr. Paul Hoyer, an ex-city pathologist, testified yesterday in the federal mob racketeering case that the taste of cyanide was so bad, you could taste it no matter how you tried to hide it. So Assistant U.S Attorney Paul Mansfield set out to discredit the witness in the case in which plans to murder mob underboss Joseph "Skinny Joey"...
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January 26, 2001 | By S. Joseph Hagenmayer, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Timothy M. Greco, 18, a senior at Northern Burlington County Regional High School, died Tuesday at Virtua-Memorial Hospital Burlington County in Mount Holly after a long battle with cancer. He lived in Mansfield and was a lifelong Burlington County resident. Mr. Greco was on the bowling team at the high school, which is in Columbus. "He was a personable young man, always courteous and a delight to be around. And he was a pretty good bowler, too," Bruce Martin, the school's bowling coach, said.
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August 17, 1996 | by Kitty Caparella, Daily News Staff Writer
A defense attorney for mob associate John "Johnny Gons" Casasanto yesterday suggested that growing up in South Philadelphia was the reason his 28-year-old client became an extortionist and would-be triggerman for the Mafia. But U.S. District Judge Ronald. L. Buckwalter didn't buy it. "I am not a native of South Philadelphia," the judge said. "But there are many good citizens who live there . . . There are temptations of youth that seem flashy and exciting. Most young men and women don't allow themselves to be involved in that.
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August 9, 2016
ISSUE | COLLEGE FUNDING Clarifying grants In a story about a dispute between Mansfield University administrators and the Mansfield Foundation, a university vice president said the foundation made grants in the last fiscal year totaling only $230,000 ("A fund-raising feud," July 31). The university's financial statements show the grants totaled $634,622: "During the years ended June 30, 2015 and 2014, the Foundation paid either directly to the University or on behalf of the University, scholarships, salaries and other administrative expenses, and capital additions totaling $634,622 and $810,487, respectively.
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August 1, 2016 | By Susan Snyder, Staff Writer
The 14 universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education have separate nonprofit foundations that act on their behalf to raise money from donors. But that relationship at Mansfield University in north-central Pennsylvania - the second-smallest school in the system - has soured in a big way. The dispute between the Mansfield University Foundation and university leaders became so acrimonious earlier this year that the foundation's three-person staff was forced out of its campus office with just four days' notice.
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January 6, 2016
A 68-year-old man was found shot to death in a car on Sunday in Burlington County, authorities said. Police discovered James Dewyer around 4:15 p.m. in his silver Dodge Avenger after someone called police to check on the vehicle, which was parked along Monica Court in Mansfield Township, the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office said. Dewyer lived in area motels in recent years, the prosecutor's office said. His last known address prior to that was in Burlington Township. Anyone with information should call Burlington County Central Communications at 609-265-7113.
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January 27, 2013 | The Inquirer Staff
Alberto Munoz scored his 1,000th career point as host Holy Family (11-8, 7-3 CACC) pinned a 69-64 defeat on visiting Bloomfield (10-9, 8-3) Saturday in Northeast Philadelphia. Munoz finished with 14 points. Ervin Ezell (Deptford) had 13 points. Elsewhere:     Nelson Torres (Cherokee) hit a jumper with 2.6 seconds left to give host Immaculata (10-8, 9-2 CSAC) a 57-56 win over Baptist Bible (4-15, 2-10). . . . Rashaad Slappy (M.L. King) had 20 points to lead visiting Cheyney (8-9, 6-7 PSAC)
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December 9, 2012 | By the Inquirer Staff
Despite playing without leading scorer Laura Sweeney (Cherokee) for most of the game, the Villanova women's basketball team managed to earn a 55-51 win at St. Joseph's on Saturday afternoon. The sixth straight victory improves the Wildcats to 7-1 overall and 2-0 in Big Five play, while the Hawks fall to 5-3 overall and 0-1 in City Series action. Sweeney suffered an eye injury diving for a ball at the 17-minute, 14-second mark of the first half and did not return to the game. Elsewhere: Erin Mann (Villa Maria)
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June 28, 2011 | By Darran Simon, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A tractor-trailer and a recreational vechicle collided this afternoon on the New Jersey Turnpike in Mansfield Township, resulting in a fire that snarled traffic. The accident occured around 4 p.m. in the northbound lanes between Exit 5 and Exit 6, said State Police Sgt. Brian Polite. One person was injured and may have a broken arm, according to authorities. After one of the vehicles caught fire, all northbound traffic was halted for a time while crews worked to extinguish the blaze.
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February 27, 2011 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Columnist
Nolan Mansfield will never forget his first college pitching performance, one four years in the making. A 2007 graduate of Eastern, Mansfield fared much better than his University of Kansas team during an 8-2 loss at TCU on Feb. 18. A righthander, Mansfield threw four shutout innings in relief against a TCU team ranked No. 1 in the nation in two polls. He entered the game with the Jayhawks trailing by 8-1 in the bottom of the fifth inning and allowed just two hits and one walk before a crowd of 6,099 along with more than 20 major-league scouts.
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July 29, 2010 | By Don Beideman, Inquirer Staff Writer
Two Little League teams from Pennsylvania and four from New Jersey will continue their bids Friday to win state Little League championships and berths in the Mid-Atlantic Regional playoffs next month in Bristol, Conn. Regional champions will advance to the Little League World Series Aug. 20-29 in Williamsport, Pa. Council Rock Newtown will take on defending state champion Moon Township for the Pennsylvania crown in the first game of a best-of-three series starting at 5 p.m. in Mansfield.
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December 10, 2009 | By Rita Giordano INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Construction projects in the Bordentown Regional, Mansfield Township, and Berlin Township School Districts were approved in referendums Tuesday. Two local questions were among four statewide that did not pass. In all, New Jersey voters approved 11 proposals representing more than $215 million in school building and renovation projects. Proposals involving solar power proved popular, with six of the seven on ballots statewide earning approval, according to the New Jersey School Board Association.
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November 17, 2006 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Mansfield University, which started playing football in 1891, eliminated its football program yesterday. The university said money had run out. Mansfield is recognized by the College Football Hall of Fame as having hosted the first outdoor game played at night. It was a scoreless tie in 1892 between Wyoming (Pa.) Seminary and what was then known as the Mansfield State Normal School. Mansfield, a Division II school in north-central Pennsylvania, has played football since 1891.
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