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Vineland is located in southern New Jersey. Charles K. Landis, the city's founder, discovered that the soil was well-suited for growing grapes and began advertising to Italian grape growers in order to attract them to Vineland. Even the name of the city hints at its grape growing capabilities. When Thomas Bramwell Welch discovered a pasteurization process that prevents the fermentation of grapes, he founded Welch's Grape Juice in Vineland and purchased locally-grown grapes to make his "unfermented wine" or grape juice.
Local Newspapers: The New York Times The Hammonton Gazette
Local Sports Teams: New Jersey Devils New Jersey Gladiators New Jersey Nets
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Vineland eye doctor, staff provide care in Cambodia
After hours of traveling and hard work, Karl A. Holzinger, M.D. Nurse Mayra Custodio, and Technician Crystal Christiansen are finally back to serving their patients at Eye Associates in South Jersey. While working with Children's Surgical Center in Phnom Penh Cambodia, Dr. Holzinger's team performed a plethora of surgeries during the week, along with 400 or more examinations.Kudos...Michael Morton
Kudosa Michael Morton who was recently named board president for the Boys & Girls Club of Vineland. Morton, of Vineland, has made Cumberland County his home for the past 30 years.Seven charged in Denny's food fight
Vineland Police Capt. Adam Austino said the six adults and one teen were all charged with disorderly conduct in connection with the Jan. 27 incident.'One horrible mistake:' N.J.'s worst accidental shootings
Fewer people are dying from accidental shootings in New Jersey, but a handful of people are injured or killed each year in unintentional shootings. An 11-year-old Jersey City boy is recovering from serious injuries after he was shot by two teenagers playing with a gun in a Marion Gardens apartment Jan. 28, city spokeswoman Kimberly Wallace-Scalcione said.Former Klansman finds forgiveness and a friend in a black church
A giant of a man sat quietly on a folding chair by the door of a soup kitchen, trying to go unnoticed, rubbing a small tattoo on his hand. People filed into the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Millville with a "Hey, Joe" before heading off to the spaghetti and meatballs, and Joe Bednarsky Jr. smiled and said hello with a mastiff's timbre he couldn't hide.South Jersey historian by day, cat burglar by night
Dennis M. Niceler, 56, of Galloway Township, appears before Judge Edward J. McBride Jr. for a first appearance at the Camden County Hall of Justice on Friday, Feb. 2, Niceler was arrested in connection with the burglaries of 14 Camden County businesses. Methodical, meticulous research made Dennis M. Niceler a respected South Jersey historian, a twice-published author and a rather adept after-hours burglar of businesses across the region.Fiery head-on crash kills 1 person, injures 11 in van
A fiery head-on crash Thursday morning in Vineland between a car and passenger van killed the driver of the car and injured the 11 occupants of the van, police said. Two of the people in the van were airlifted from the scene of the 6:20 a.m. crash on North Mill Road, police said.N.J. school bus ads go into the spin zone | Editorial
It's a boost to public school revenue that any capitalist should love and, maybe one that advocates of big education spending might embrace, too. So, why has advertising on the sides of school buses, enabled by New Jersey law since 2011, been such a flop? There's no question that the traveling commercials bring in added revenue for districts that have authorized the ad-selling programs.Legends - 18 Expanding to Honor Nominees Throughout County
The Cumberland County Legends committee, formerly known as Bridgeton Legends, has announced its honorees for the 2018 Cumberland County Legends event to be held on Saturday, April 7 at the Centerton Country Club in Pittsgrove Township. After honoring Bridgeton-centric legends for the past seven years, the committee of dedicated volunteers has decided to expand their focus for 2018, honoring individuals who have made an impact across the Cumberland County area.Ground Broken for New $20 Million Police Station
City police will have a new $20 million state-of-the-art headquarters in about a year's time. A groundbreaking ceremony was recently held for the new facility at the site located at 620 E. Plum St. Officials at the ceremony said the station is expected to meet current and future needs of the Vineland Police Department.New Jersey teacher asked students for nude pictures in exchange for better grades
Jose Maria, 39, is a Passaic High School teacher who was arrested after being accused of inappropriate sexual behavior with two teenagers. VINELAND, N.J. - A high school teacher arrested Wednesday on charges he allegedly had sexually inappropriate conversations with two teenage students asked for pictures of their penis in exchange for a better class grade , according to court documents.Chair-throwing melee at N.J.'s Denny's caught on video, cops seek brawlers
Police were seeking to identify the individuals involved a brawl at a Vineland Denny's restaurant that involved the combatants hurling chairs and plates at each other early Saturday. The melee at the West Landis Avenue eatery was captured on video and shared on social media.Man found guilty of killing infant daughter when she wouldn't stop crying
Terell L. Hubbard, 31, of Vineland, was home alone with the infant, Lanaya Hubbard, on Oct. 20, 2008, when she started crying, Cumberland County prosecutors have said. Hubbard later told authorities he threw Lanaya on a bed when he became frustrated that she would not stop crying.Father Convicted of Manslaughter in Infant Daughter's Death
A father who fatally injured his five-month-old daughter because she wouldn't stop crying has been convicted of manslaughter. Cumberland County prosecutors say the Vineland man was home alone with his daughter in October 2008 when he became frustrated and threw her on a bed.Authorities: James Kauffman takes life in jail
James Kauffman, an Atlantic County doctor accused of ordering his wife's murder, was himself the target of a death plot, authorities say. KEARNEY - An Atlantic County doctor accused of ordering his wife's murder has taken his own life in jail, authorities say.NJ company recalls beef meatballs shipped to 9 states
Regulators say a New Jersey company has recalled more than 3,400 pounds of beef meatballs that may be tainted with a bacteria known to cause listeriosis. The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Wednesday announced the recall involving Rich Products Corporation of Vineland, New Jersey.Cumberland County is spending $20 million on a new police building
Officials gathered at 620 East Plum Street in Vineland Wednesday afternoon to break ground on a new $20 million police station for Cumberland County's largest municipality. Located across the street from the current police building, the 66,000-square foot two-story building is an undertaking of the Cumberland County Improvement Authority .City breaks ground on new $20 million police headquarters
The Vineland Police Department is relocating to the new police station, funded through a financial agreement between the Cumberland County Improvement Authority and Vineland. The Wednesday ceremony broke ground on the project scheduled to be completed at the end of this year.Vineland man admits using toy gun to steal car, rob banks
A Vineland man admitted Wednesday to using a toy gun to steal a car, which he then drove to three bank robberies, authorities said. Nathan L. Wallace , 29, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Renee Marie Bumb in Camden to three bank robberies in September and October 2016, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito said in a statement.Father, 2 kids killed in house blaze identified by officials
The father and two children killed in an overnight fire in Cumberland County on Monday that also injured three other members of their family have been identified by Bridgeton police. Enrique Velazquez, 28, his daughter Amu Velazquez, 6, and his son Juan Velazquez, 5, died of smoke inhalation, Bridgeton Police Chief Michael A. Gaimari, Sr. said in a statement.
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