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August 6, 1997 | By Karen Auerbach, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Two Marlton teenagers were forced to drive at gunpoint to Philadelphia on Monday during an early-morning carjacking, the second in a month at the Marlton traffic circle, police said. The teenagers were uninjured. Jason Darigo, 18, and a 17-year-old passenger had stopped at a traffic signal at about 12:30 a.m. at the circle, where Routes 70 and 73 intersect, when a man with a handgun forced his way into the car, said Lt. Thomas Bresnen of the Evesham Township Police Department. The man held Darigo and his passenger, whose name was not released, at gunpoint and ordered them to drive to the Kensington section of Philadelphia.
NEWS
July 8, 1987 | By Bob Tulini, Special to The Inquirer
Besides any other distinctions she may receive in her life, week-old Jacquelyn Grace Kurth already has received the distinction of being the last baby born in the delivery room at Garden State Hospital in Marlton. Jacquelyn Grace, who was born at 11:08 a.m. last Wednesday, became the last in a line of 20,442 babies born at Garden State Hospital since 1973. Almost immediately after her birth, all of the obstetric and pediatric services of the West Jersey Health Systems were consolidated at West Jersey's Eastern Division in Voorhees.
NEWS
April 19, 2000 | By John Way Jennings, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Two armed men robbed a Marlton bank, and in what police said was an unrelated crime the same day, a man was sprayed with pepper gas and robbed as he was preparing to enter another Marlton bank. Vitali Soukatch, 24, of Runnemede, was walking to a Summit Bank branch office at Greentree Center and Route 73 at 2 p.m. Monday when a man wearing dark clothing and a knit cap approached him, police said. After spraying the pepper gas into Soukatch's face, temporarily incapacitating him, the robber grabbed an undisclosed amount of money and fled, police said.
NEWS
March 12, 2008 | By Sam Wood INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A body recovered from the Delaware River was identified yesterday as a man who killed his wife in their Marlton home and then committed suicide by jumping off the Delaware Memorial Bridge. Walter Buczynski, 59, was executive vice president of Fieldstone Mortgage Co., which until 2006 was one of the biggest subprime lenders in the nation. On Jan. 19, police found his wife, Marci Buczynski, 37, dead of a broken neck in the master bedroom of the couple's Evesham Township house.
NEWS
June 17, 1990 | By John V. R. Bull, Inquirer Staff Writer
Not to look a gift horse in the mouth, but for some reason the Cropwell Shopping Center in Marlton has been blessed with a history of attracting chefs with superior skills to its main restaurant, whatever the cuisine. First was Fish du Jour, followed by Ristorante Ghizzano and since May 1 Avanti Gourmet Ristorante Italiano, a somewhat pretentious name for a supremely good northern Italian restaurant. Avanti's claim to fame lies in the astonishing culinary accomplishments of Salvatore Composto, whose dishes are made with the freshest ingredients and which sparkle in incredibly lush sauces.
NEWS
November 15, 1989 | By Connie O'Kane, Special to The Inquirer
There is no doubt that Bernard A. Nesbitt killed his ex-boss. There is only doubt about why he did it. That was the message that emerged on the opening day of Nesbitt's trial yesterday before Burlington County Superior Court Judge Paul R. Kramer. Nesbitt, 39, of the 7200 block of Sommers Road in the West Oak Lane section of Philadelphia, who was a stockbroker with Graystone Nash, is accused of beating his boss, Paul E. Arnone, to death after a quarrel in the firm's Marlton office on Sept.
SPORTS
August 31, 1992 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Iowa University senior Mike Devlin has managed to escape the facelessness often associated with being a football center. Turn to any preseason publication and you're likely to find the 6-foot-3, 280-pound senior from Cherokee High in Marlton listed as a first-team all- American. Yet Devlin, a former Inquirer first-team all-area lineman in 1987, wasn't reflecting on the preseason honors following Saturday evening's 24-14 upset loss to North Carolina State in the 10th annual Kickoff Classic at Giants Stadium.
NEWS
July 21, 1991 | By Charlie Frush and Judy Baehr, Special to The Inquirer
Michael Deets plans to vacation with his family again in Florida this year, but he will probably pass on the sailboating. Deets, 14, who will be a freshman at Cherokee High School this fall, is the son of Michael J. and Sue Deets of Marlton. Just a tad over a year ago, the young man was vacationing in Florida and crewing a sailboat with a cousin and his cousin's daughter when the sailboat went over. Deets was the only one who could swim and he saved the others, an act for which the Burlington County Council, Boy Scouts of America, awarded Deets its honor medal, which is given to those who demonstrate unusual heroism and skill or resourcefulness in saving or attempting to save a life at considerable risk.
NEWS
July 21, 1991 | By Judy Baehr and Charlie Frush, Special to The Inquirer
Michael Deets plans to vacation with his family again in Florida this year, but he will probably pass on the sailboating. Deets, 14, who will be a freshman at Cherokee High School this fall, is the son of Michael J. and Sue Deets of Marlton. Just over a year ago, the young man was vacationing in Florida and crewing a sailboat with a cousin and his cousin's daughter when the sailboat went over. Deets was the only one who could swim, and he saved all three of them, an act for which the Burlington County Council, Boy Scouts of America, awarded Deets its honor medal, given to those who demonstrate unusual heroism and skill or resourcefulness in saving or attempting to save a life at considerable risk.
NEWS
January 27, 2013 | By David O'Reilly, Inquirer Staff Writer
Students enrolled at the Marlton campus of CDM Institute reported Friday that the New Jersey-based chain of technical and vocational schools appeared to have gone out of business with no warning or explanation. A sign posted Friday on the door of the Marlton location read "CDM Institute is closed," with no additional information. CDM's website offered no indication that the for-profit, nine-location chain had closed its doors, and did not say how many students were enrolled. Calls to numerous phone numbers posted on the website also went unanswered.
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May 24, 2015 | By Erin McCarthy, Inquirer Staff Writer
As tears rolled down his face, a fatigues-clad Rafael Encinas placed his head in his hands and tried to compose himself while surrounded by a few hundred Marlton students decked out in red, white, and blue. Encinas was Evans Elementary's honoree at this year's Memorial Day celebration, but he said the day was not about him. "There's many people I served with who are no longer with us. They're with God," Encinas said. "This is for them. " The U.S. Air Force sergeant stationed at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst started the day thinking he'd be speaking to daughter Lucia's third-grade class.
NEWS
April 24, 2015 | By Kevin Riordan, Inquirer Columnist
Endurance racing isn't just a matter of horsepower and stamina. Strategy and skill count, too. "It's about going as fast as you possibly can through the turns," Mike LaMaina says. "It's about the momentum. " A lifelong motorhead, LaMaina will be at the wheel of his 1992 Mazda Miata at the Devil in the Dark race Saturday at the New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville. The event, sanctioned by the Sports Car Club of America, runs from noon to midnight. "When it gets dark is when it gets fun," LaMaina, 55, tells me, eyes shining.
BUSINESS
April 21, 2015 | By Diane Mastrull, Inquirer Columnist
More off-putting than dark roots, unkempt cuticles, and a face in need of a good peel was the condition of the Biaggio Salon & Spa in Marlton when it wound up in court-appointed receivership in 2007. Checks to employees and vendors were bouncing, the landlord had begun eviction proceedings, and the company owned by Thomas J. Fabiani and his son Thomas M. was $1 million in debt. "Biaggio had such a dark cloud over it," recalled Kim Carulillo, who at the time was working the salon's front desk after a 12-year career as a paralegal left her wanting a more people-oriented job. Eight years later, a makeover of enormous proportions has turned a high-glamour business on the brink of failure into what industry players say is one of South Jersey's busiest salons.
BUSINESS
March 29, 2015 | By Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Writer
Population: 6,444 (2013) Median household income: $104,063 Area: 45 square miles Settlements in the last three months: 11 Homes for sale: 53 Average days on market: 169 Median sale price: $275,000 Housing stock: 2,227 units, from mobile homes to horse farms School district: Shamong, Lenape Regional SOURCES: U.S. Census Bureau; Val Nunnenkamp, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Fox & Roach Realtors, Marlton; BHHS...
NEWS
February 23, 2015 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
Hollywood glam often is dramatic: pouty red lips, luscious lashes and rosy cheeks. But in keeping with this season's red-carpet beauty trends, I predict that tonight's Academy Award-goers will display dewier, barely made-up faces.   The trendlet The fresh-faced makeup look follows the dear old adage: Less is more. But let's be clear here: This is not a No Makeup Monday moment, when you post a selfie after washing your face. Cosmetics are used, just not heavily. Foundation is optional and skin should have a dewy shine.
NEWS
November 6, 2014 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
William R. Henry didn't limit his construction expertise to South Jersey. In 1988, Mr. Henry "went to Iquitos, Peru, to help build a school building for deaf children in conjunction with Shawnee Baptist Church and the ABWE Mission," his biographical notes report. The church is in Shamong and the Association of Baptists for World Evangelization is in Harrisburg. And in 1990, "Bill went to Honduras with Wiley Church and the WGM Mission to help rehab a building to be used at the El Sembrador Farm School for boys," the notes state.
NEWS
November 4, 2014 | BY JOHN F. MORRISON, Daily News Staff Writer morrisj@phillynews.com, 215-854-5573
IT'S SAID that some unfortunate people are born with two strikes against them. For Al C. Rinaldi, two strikes would have been great. No baseball analogy could have measured the number of strikes against Al in his childhood. He didn't even know his real name. He thought it was Freddie Nolan. He had been abandoned by his parents and raised by a female neighbor who gave him that name. He grew up in extreme poverty in Scranton. He begged for food at a local deli pretending it was for a nonexistent dog. He used sugar to mask the mold growing on the bread he took from others' garbage.
BUSINESS
September 24, 2014 | By Jane M. Von Bergen, Inquirer Staff Writer
Wooed by state and city grants and tax credits worth nearly $4.4 million, Hill International Inc., the Marlton-based construction management and consulting company, will move its corporate headquarters and 120 jobs to Center City in May 2015. The company promises to add 100 more jobs by 2018. Hill, which consults on projects globally and locally, employs 4,000 people worldwide in 100 offices. Meanwhile, in an unrelated deal, a plan to add 1,000 jobs in Camden "is shut down," said Irvin Richter, chairman and chief executive officer of Hill.
BUSINESS
September 9, 2014 | By Diane Mastrull, Inquirer Columnist
You might think that to those in the jewelry business, one Christmas is indistinguishable from the next, an exhausting onslaught of men and women looking to wow someone with a watch, a pendant, or an engagement ring that will inspire a "Yes!". But for Harvey Rovinsky, Christmas 2007 will forever be "embedded in my brain. " And not for anything worthy of an eggnog toast. It was the first holiday season of a recession just picking up steam - and on disturbing display at Bernie Robbins Jewelers.
NEWS
August 30, 2014 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jeffrey B. Wallner, 65, of Cherry Hill, an insurance broker who owned Walnut Street Associates in Marlton, died of cancer on Wednesday, Aug. 27, at home. Mr. Wallner graduated from Cheltenham High School in 1967 and earned a bachelor's in business at Temple University in 1971. He later completed studies to become a chartered life underwriter, with expertise in life insurance and estate planning. "He started in the insurance business right out of college," his wife, Heather, said.
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