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Brandon Goldner

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Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Brandon:

N.J. Governor proposes liquor law changes for easier access

If Governor Murphy's proposed changes to NJ liquor laws are enacted, some of the rules would begin January 2024. → Read More

National Weather Service says EF2 tornado touched down in N.J.

It had peak winds of 110-115 MPH and lasted about six minutes. → Read More

Widespread damage in Mercer County after Tornado Warning

A tree fell into a house in Lawrence Township. It's unclear if there any injuries at this time. → Read More

Wildwood's plans on revitalizing the century-old boardwalk

The first phase of boardwalk repairs between Maple and Oak Avenues was completed last spring to rave reviews. → Read More

Super Bowl LVII: Cherry Hill staple making Eagles-themed desserts

Since 2018, Ponzio's Diner and Bakery has made Eagles cupcakes, cakes and éclairs. → Read More

How houses of worship are injecting religious teachings with Eagles spirit

St. Mary of the Lakes in Medford went viral after the congregation sang the Eagles fight song during mass last Sunday. → Read More

Mother of slain Camden teen "can get some sleep" after arrest

Chief of Detectives Robert Ferris says the stunned community helped investigators solve this case. → Read More

North Wildwood mayor responds to DEP lawsuit over dune work

North Wildwood Mayor Patrick Rosenello accused New Jersey's Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) of not acting quickly enough to protect the city. → Read More

Thanksgiving travel: airports, train stations packed, long lines

Here are some tips to make your travel go as smoothly as possible. → Read More

Katz JCC remembering Kristallnacht with documentary screening

Among the events being held at the JCC include a documentary screening Wednesday night to recognize the 84th anniversary of Kristallnacht. → Read More

Busy sports night has Philadelphia bars facing conundrum

Mulligan's expects larger crowds, which means more preparation, including hundreds of pounds of additional chicken wings and a third more beer than he orders on a typical night. → Read More

What will it cost to travel to Houston for World Series?

Some fans are getting ready to spend thousands of dollars to fly to Houston for Games 1 and 2 of the World Series. → Read More

Philadelphia Eagles fans have high hopes after undefeated start to season

With this victory, many other fans are confident this could be a big year for the Eagles. → Read More

Hundreds of thousands expected to attend annual Irish Fall Festival in North Wildwood

The three-day event is considered the largest Irish festival on the East Coast. → Read More

Several high crash corridors in Philadelphia to get safety upgrades thanks to $25 million federal grant

After spending years volunteering in North Philadelphia communities, Sen. Bob Casey (D) said the money will contribute to the city's Vision Zero plan to have no traffic fatalities. → Read More

New details emerge about hours leading up to rotten egg odor emitting from Paulsboro tanker

Environmental officials gave the TA Travel Center off I-295 the all-clear to reopen on Wednesday night. → Read More

Hundreds of state troopers, police officers gather for Operation Nighthawk in South Philadelphia

Operation Nighthawk is especially poignant this year because it's dedicated in memory of the two Pennsylvania State Troopers who were killed on Interstate-95 by a suspected drunk driver. → Read More

Could take "couple days" to remove tanker responsible for foul odor in Gloucester County, police chief says

The tanker began releasing the odor Wednesday afternoon at a truck stop off I-295 and Bentley Road. → Read More

Chemical leak in Paulsboro contained, but officials say strong odor may linger

The good news is officials say the leak is contained, but the strong odor could linger for some time. → Read More

How dogs are saving lives amid nationwide blood shortage

There is a nationwide need for blood donations, but it's not just affecting humans. → Read More