Jack Tomczuk, MetroPhilly

Jack Tomczuk


Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Recent articles by Jack:

Philadelphia property tax deadlines approaching – Metro Philadelphia

Philadelphians have until Thursday to apply for a property tax relief program that will save most homeowners more than $1,000. → Read More

Pleasantville men arrested with guns, marijuana in Egg Harbor City, police say

EGG HARBOR CITY — Two Pleasantville men were arrested Monday and charged after police say they found a pair of semi-automatic handguns and 90 grams of marijuana. → Read More

Ocean City church donates toys to CARA

OCEAN CITY — Our Lady of Good Counsel Church recently donated numerous children's toys to the Middle Township-based Coalition Against Rape and Abuse for the organization's annual holiday gift give-away. → Read More

Accused killer pleads guilty in 2015 slaying of Nicole Angstadt

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — One of the two men charged in the 2015 murder of Lower Township teenager Nicole Angstadt pleaded guilty Tuesday to first-degree aggravated manslaughter. → Read More

Guilty plea in 2015 killing of Nicole Angstadt

MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — One of the two men charged in the 2015 murder of a Lower Township teenager has pleaded guilty Tuesday to aggravated manslaughter. → Read More

Lower Township men lived in disabilities housing before fatal crash

LOWER TOWNSHIP — A man who died and another who was seriously injured after being hit by a car were identified Monday as residents of housing for people with intellectual → Read More

2 hit in fatal Lower Township crash lived in housing for people with intellectual disabilities

LOWER TOWNSHIP — Two men who were hit by a car Saturday evening while crossing Route 9 South in North Cape May lived in housing for people with intellectual and → Read More

Tree lighting ceremony held at Sturdy Savings Bank in Ocean City

OCEAN CITY — Santa Claus and an Upper Township-based choir participated in Sturdy Savings Bank's annual tree lighting ceremony Wednesday, Dec. 6 at its 35th Street branch. → Read More

Santa's Free Toyshop in Galloway helps families, no questions asked

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Dozens of people lined up Sunday outside Reformation Lutheran Church for Santa’s Free Toyshop, a Christmas gift giveaway for local families in need. → Read More

Pedestrian killed, another in critical condition after Lower Township crash

LOWER TOWNSHIP — One man was killed and another injured Saturday evening when they were struck by a car while attempting to cross Route 9, police said. → Read More

Meat distributed in New Jersey recalled due to salmonella risk

Salami and prosciutto packages produced in Canada and shipped to New Jersey have been recalled due to possible salmonella contamination, federal officials said. → Read More

Vineland dealership reopens three years after fire

VINELAND — Team Nissan officially reopened Thursday, three years after a fire destroyed the dealership on South Delsea Drive. → Read More

Shoppers head to downtown Vineland for holiday gifts

VINELAND — Stores along Landis Avenue were open Thursday and shoppers were browsing for gifts in the city’s downtown. → Read More

Somers Point group formed to aid crew of Cape May cutter

SOMERS POINT — City Council was scheduled to consider a resolution Thursday night recognizing a recently-formed nonprofit group committed to helping the crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Lawrence → Read More

Cape May County takes on cyber threats at workshop

AVALON — Representatives from Cape May County municipalities, police departments and businesses gathered Wednesday morning to learn more about cybersecurity in the wake of recent attacks. → Read More

Historical Society decorates Shoemaker Holly Tree

UPPER TOWNSHIP — Lynn Houdart, of the Historical Preservation Society of Upper Township, recently hung the first Christmas decoration on the 325-year-old Shoemaker Holly Tree, according to a news release. → Read More

Upper Township-based company unveils 820-ton boat lift along Maurice River

MAURICE RIVER TOWNSHIP — A hulking apparatus recently assembled on the banks of the Maurice River could spur economic development in this large, rural township. → Read More

Volunteers needed for Ocean City boards and commissions

OCEAN CITY — The city is looking for volunteers to serve on various municipal boards and commissions for 2018. → Read More

Upper Township, Sea Isle receive 'Sustainable Jersey' certification

Upper Township and Sea Isle City were two of the 72 municipalities across the state to be certified this year by Sustainable Jersey. → Read More

Rabbi, social activist discusses politics and resistance in Ocean City

OCEAN CITY — A prominent rabbi and social activist spoke about human rights and politics Sunday afternoon at the Ocean City Free Public Library. → Read More