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  • The Asbury Park Press NJ
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Recent articles by Carly:

That's not hot cocoa: Secret Santa snafu instead sends urn for human remains

A holiday gifting snafu could have gone terrribly wrong. Especially, if the gifter was truly an anonymous Secret Santa. → Read More

Candlelight Christmas dinner? 13K without power in NJ after wet, windy Christmas storm

It was a wet, windy and dark Christmas for thousands in New Jersey after Christmas Eve storm → Read More

Pre-teen woodworker turned his COVID-19 summer boredom into a business

While other kids were spending time online this summer when New Jersey's pandemic stay-at-home orders hit, pre-teen Carson King built a business. → Read More

Volunteering from home? How to help needy neighbors using social media skills

When COVID-19 both caused a need for volunteers and cut the possibilities for helping, there are ways to support South Jersey's needy from home. → Read More

TONIGHT @ 6 p.m.: Join us LIVE for a South Jersey Election Night conversation

Election Day is finally here. The last of the ballots are coming in. Now what? Experts in politics, with South Jersey reporters, will brief you on what this most unusual 2020 Election Day was like on the ground in southern New Jersey, and what it all means when results start coming in. In this special Election Night special of NJ Press Pass, host Carly Romalino is joined by veteran reporter… → Read More

Covering Congress: Reporters talk COVID, campaign finance and top issues in South Jersey races

South Jersey reporters covering congressional races talk campaign finance and COVID-19. → Read More

Ballot drop boxes: Are there enough in Southern New Jersey?

From Ocean County to Cape May County, there are just 91 drop boxes until Election Day. What if you're in a deadzone? → Read More

Voters' signatures on ballots critical in election process, officials say

Inconsistencies in your signature could get your vote-by-mail ballot rejected by county elections officials. → Read More

'A kind and humble human being': Burlington Co. schools, Virtua board member Robert Silcox Sr. dies at 74

Virtua Health's CEO is "grateful" for Robert Silcox's leadership and friendship. Silcox died Sept. 25, 2020. → Read More

Westville man charged in weekend murder of borough woman by blunt force

Patricia Dorman's body was discovered Sunday in a Broadway rowhome. A Westville man is charged with her death. → Read More

Returning to sports? Here's what experts predict for 20-21 and how COVID spurred change

Experts in athletics discussed heading back to the field during a pandemic and silver linings from rethinking sports with COVID in mind. → Read More

Q&A: Back-to-School COVID-19 questions answered by medical, education experts

Experts in education and infectious disease answer your questions on COVID-19's impact on returning to school. → Read More

FBI, ATF join investigation into blast outside Gloucester City gym

Predawn blast damages entrance to Bellum Strength & Conditioning on South Broadway → Read More

FBI, ATF join investigation into blast outside Gloucester City gym

Predawn blast damages entrance to Bellum Strength & Conditioning on South Broadway → Read More

Witnesses sought in Glassboro double homicide

The two men were found inside a Warrick Avenue home Wednesday morning by police responding to a wellness check. → Read More

Williamstown Middle School teacher Paul VanHouten charged with sexual assault, misconduct

A middle school teacher turned himself in Friday to the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office. → Read More

Philadelphia cancels New Years parade, all large public events through February 2021

Philadelphia's 2020 Thanksgiving Day and 2021 New Years Day Mummers parades are the latest big events to be canceled because of COVID-19. → Read More

'Removal charges' for corrections officer alleged to have mocked George Floyd's death

NJ Department of Corrections served the already-suspended officer with removal charges for his alleged role in filming the June 8 incident. → Read More

NJ corrections officer, FedEx employee suspended in link to video mocking George Floyd death

The NJ Department of Corrections suspended an officer it says was filmed reenacting the death of George Floyd. → Read More

Counter protest reenacting George Floyd's death in South Jersey goes viral

A man backed by a Trump banner and a "All Lives Matter" sign reenacts the police-involved death of George Floyd during a Franklinville BLM march. → Read More