Barry Lank

About Barry Lank

Barry Lank is a former TV and radio writer, and, like most people, was editor of the Courier-Post opinion page in Cherry Hill, at some point. If you look up, you'll realize he's watching you read this.

Bank account for Salem County hacked into – more than $19,000 taken

Investigators say the county system may have been attacked by a virus called a “Zeus Bot,” which steals banking information by grabbing forms and recording key strokes.

Pemberton man charged with stealing liquor from Westampton Moose Lodge

He allegedly walked out with cases that had just been delivered. What kind of daredevil would risk a mob of angry lodge brothers coming after him for their liquor?

Edgewater Park man charged with snatching $900 from neighbor’s hand

The victim was walking through the Edgewater Manor Apartments on Elm Street Friday when Richard Smoot, 25, allegedly grabbed the money from his hands and ran off.

Eight finalists chosen for Vineland’s Sandwich of the Year

You can try them for yourself for $8 apiece. Unfortunately, you already missed one of the sandwiches. Jessica’s Sassy Chicken Salad was featured on Jan. 12, 13 and 14.

Three charged for driving around with ski mask, gloves, stolen gun

The three were arrested early Monday in Burlington City after police allegedly found the stolen handgun in the trunk. Just driving along York Street, not doing much.

Bridgeton now has second poorest neighborhood in South Jersey

In the section sandwiched between Bank Street and the Cohansey River, from River Street to Laning Street, 61 percent are living below the national poverty line.

Eight Burlington County school board members told to resign

They were among 185 local board members across New Jersey who were told they had not complied with a new state law to get criminal background checks.

State dump truck and backhoe borrowed to haul stolen property

Two vehicles in a state DOT facility in Cherry Hill were hot-wired and used to knock down fences at the facility’s transportation yard, then hauled away metal products.

Every kind of mac and cheese, possibly endless portions – Saturday

Chefs from 11 restaurants and organizations such as Bistro di Marino and Mt. St. Joseph Culinary Program are bringing different takes on nature’s perfect food.

Deer crashes into Goodwill Store in Woodbury Heights

Store manager Donna Buzsa managed to coax the animals back out the door by talking to it and herding it. Reportedly, she’s now being called “the deer whisperer.”