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February 2017

Clemson students from named to fall Dean's List

English: Earle Hall (Chemical Engineering) at Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) CLEMSON, SC (02/23/2017)-- Local students have been named to the Dean's List at Clemson University for the fall 2016 semester.... Read more →


Ithaca College Students from NJ Named to Spring Semester Dean's List

English: Tompkins Hall with Ithaca College sign, Elmira, New York (Photo credit: Wikipedia) ITHACA, NY (02/23/2017)-- Ithaca College congratulates students named to Dean's List for the fall 2016 semester Samantha Castonguay, a resident of Mullica... Read more →


Mayor David Mayer's Weekly Newsletter Released

Gloucester Township NJ (February 25, 2017)--GTWorks is Mayor David Mayer's weekly newsletter that informs residents of the current projects and events happening in Gloucester Township. From the Police Department to Public Works to the Department... Read more →


Richard Van Dexter Jr. Pleads Guilty to Endangering the Welfare of a Child

English: East Jersey State Prison (Photo credit: Wikipedia) WOODBURY NJ-- Richard J. VanDexter Jr. (DOB 11/10/84), of Williamstown NJ was sentenced today (2/24) to six years in New Jersey state prison after pleading guilty to... Read more →


Clemson names NJ students to fall 2016 President's List

Logo of Clemson University (Photo credit: Wikipedia) CLEMSON, SC (02/23/2017)-- Clemson University has named local students to the President's List for the fall 2016 semester. They are: Kayla M. Farquhar of Audubon, who is majoring... Read more →


Free Diabetes Self-Management Workshops Offered in Salem County

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ (February 1, 2017) – Quality Insights Quality Innovation Network, supported locally by Healthcare Quality Strategies, Inc. (HQSI), successfully partnered with Friends Village at Woodstown to offer free diabetes workshops as part of... Read more →


Silver Lifesaving Medal presented to Delaware Coastguardsman

Photo by Lt.Cmdr. Krystyn Pecora Senator Chris Coons pins the Silver Lifesaving Medal on Petty Officer 3rd Class Caleb Mabry during an award ceremony at Coast Guard Station Indian River, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, Friday, Feb.... Read more →


SENIOR CITIZENS AT SOUDERTON ADULT DAY CARE TO DESIGN CARDS FOR SOLDIERS OVERSEAS

press release SOUDERTON PA--Retired military service members and senior citizens at the Souderton Adult Day Care Center, a Catholic Health Care Services program for older adults in Montgomery County, are teaming up with Merck Pharmaceuticals,... Read more →


Easter Bunny Train Ride in New Jersey supports non-profit “Living Museum”

Tickets now on sale. Phillipsburg,New Jersey (PR MediaRelease) February 22, 2017 Ride the Easter Bunny Train Ride and visit with Mr. E. Bunny on the train. Your ride will wind along the scenic Delaware River... Read more →


Pet Tip of the Week: Perez Promoted, Feted at Dinner (cnbnews.net)

cnbnews.net Miguel Perez was honored at a graduation dinner Thursday evening at Chubby's 1 1/2 Hearth in Gloucester City. Mr Perez completed an intensive 6 month program to earn his certification, with Honors, through Brother... Read more →


ATTENTION BROOKLAWN RESIDENTS:

Your Local School Board Needs You

THE BROOKLAWN BOARD OF EDUCATION Has Two Board Member Vacancies Candidates must be a resident of Brooklawn for a minimum of one year, meet all requirements to be a School Board member in NJ, and... Read more →


CRIME REPORT: Gloucester City Police Kept Busy with Arresting Fugitives and Illegal Drug Users

PRESS RELEASE GLOUCESTER CITY NJ-- Gloucester City Police report the following incidents during the period of February 14 through February 23. February 14 (2:40 pm) A traffic stop on Nicholson Road at Temple Avenue conducted... Read more →


YOUR MONEY: School districts clamor for more aid, others warn against cuts in funding debate

Related : Nearly $1 Million to Build Middle School Stadium; Our City Bureaucracy NEWARK -- The ongoing debate over how to fairly -- and equitably -- fund public schools prompted disagreements Wednesday between two Democrats... Read more →


Camden’s High Crime Rates - Are We Getting Any Closer To Solving The Problem?

Related: Point of View: A GIANT BLACK HOLE FOR TAXPAYERS BUCKS? CNB Crime by Helen Gauber GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--Not long ago, it was reported that our neighbor, Camden City, had some of the highest crime... Read more →


Ready Pac Foods Inc. Recalls Chicken Salad Products Due to Possible Listeria Contamination

Class I Recall015-2017 Health Risk: HighFeb 22, 2017 En Español WASHINGTON, Feb. 23, 2017 – Three Ready Pac Foods Inc. establishments, located in Swedesboro, N.J., in Jackson, Ga., and the headquarters establishment in Irwindale, Calif.,... Read more →


SPORTS AND VOLUNTEER SERVICE IS A WINNING COMBINATION

By: Dr. Davie Jane Gilmour, Ph.D. Chairman, Little League International Board of Directors President, Pennsylvania College of Technology Attending a small, rural high school in Pennsylvania, my fellow classmates and I participated in multiple activities.... Read more →