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By William E. Cleary Sr.

  6a00d8341bf7d953ef0168e7695f05970c-800wiANOTHER WIN—The Brookers took Mt. Laurel tonight  at Moody Park by a score of 8-0. As a result they are guaranteed a spot in the Mid-Atlantic American Legion Baseball Regionals that start August 7 at Campbell's Field, Camden.

  However, first things first. 

They still have to play for the state title. On Wednesday they face Flemington at Moody Park,  game time 7pm. 

Winning pitcher for tonight’s game was Eric Schorr, who graduated from Audubon High School this year. 

 Brooklawn Post 72 beat Hightstown 11-0 in the opening game of the state finals on Saturday. The next day they beat Ewing, 11-4.

~Reporting Bruce Darrow

 DEVELOPING STORY— Iseler Demolition will be removing the 600 Jersey Avenue water tower 6a00d8341bf7d953ef01543392c73e970c-200wi (Gloucester City, NJ) on or about Wednesday, August 6 between approximately 5 AM and 6 PM.  Iseler Demolition specializes in the removal of old water towers and they expect to complete their scope of work in one day. 

 Iseler Demolition will be using a large crane which is likely to attract significant attention within the community. 

The tower is connected to the former Hinde & Dauch Paper Mill factory. The building was also used at one time by a lamp shade manufacture.

“Tremendous progress has been made in renovating the 600 Jersey Avenue building and the water tower removal represents a significant step in transforming an old, tired, half-empty building into a tangible asset for job creation and continued growth within Gloucester City,” said Dan Nichols spokesperson for Riverpointe Holdings and Thermoseal Industries.

 THE FUTURE OF THE NEWS INDUSTRY—CNBNews, of Gloucester City, became a member of NJ News Commons, which is part of Montclair State University School of Communication and Media.  Header-main

 The NJ News Commons is:

— Highlighting the best in New Jersey journalism and sharing that work through newsletters, tweets and their website, njnewscommons.org

 — Encouraging news organizations to share their work, primarily through their Story Exchange.

— Coordinating stories and initiatives to allow news organizations to work together, such as their Immigration Project, which is bringing a dozen journalists and media outlets together to cover issues of immigration in New Jersey; our #NJSandy feed, which pulled together news resources throughout the state in the immediate aftermath of Superstorm Sandy; and our #NJVote initiative to track voting problems due to Sandy.

 — Offering peer-to-peer training and discussion of best practices in a series of trainings, brown bag lunches, and “The News in Jersey” podcasts

 — Helping arrange internships for the mutual benefit of Montclair State Students and news organizations in New Jersey.

- See more at: http://njnewscommons.org/what-we-do/#sthash.GcOWzLxT.dpuf

 

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