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Merchantville looks to mobilize marchers

On the Women's March on Washington website Sunday, event organizers unveiled the "10 Actions for the first 100 Days" campaign, an effort to keep those who supported the march focused on joint activism. The first action suggests that women write postcards to their senators, to make it clear where they…
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Enjoy a Safe and Happy New Year

Merchantville.com wishes everyone a Happy and Safe New Year. We are very excited to offer the best community and local news coverage available to all of you in 2017! We invite you to become a community journalist and contribute to our news coverage. When you browse to merchantville.com on your…
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Boro celebrates Birthday with Music Fest

 The 2nd Annual Merchantville Birthday Celebration & Music Fest will take place this Saturday from 1-9 p.m. Check out our line up of Events and Bands for the day! Bring your lawn chairs, folding chairs, blankets, set up in front of our main stage and enjoy.
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Memorial Day ceremony

A Memorial Day ceremony will take place in Wellwood Park at Maple & Linden Avenue on Monday, May 25th at 10:00 a.m. There will be a wreath laying, guest speakers and refreshments. The program will be conducted by the F.W.Grigg Post 68 Deputy Commander, The American Legion, Merchantville, New Jersey.…
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Mayor Brennan initiates community forums

Mayor Edward Brennan will be hosting a quarterly forum in the Borough of Merchantville to encourage public discussion regarding hot button issues and interesting topics. The forums will take place in Wellwood Park, the Community Center and the old bank building. Please join him on Thursday, May 28th beginning at…
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Send/Receive Final Decision

The Merchantville Board of Education is proud to announce that the Commissioner of Education has affirmed the Administrative Law Judge’s decision to sever its sending-receiving relationship with Pennsauken and enter into a new sending-receiving relationship with Haddon Heights. The Commissioner concurred with the ALJ’s findings of fact and conclusion of…
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Egg Hunt pleases big crowd

The annual Borough Easter Egg Hunt at Merchantville's Community Center last Saturday was a huge success! Kids, grandkids, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, neighbors and friends waited with their with baskets and bags in the cool morning air for the arrival of the fire truck to bring the guy with the…
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Decision underway on BOE vacancy

The Merchantville Board of Education received six applications from residents who wish to fill the unexpired term of Jacquelyn Fuentes. One application was withdrawn.The BOE appointed candidate will serve until the general election in November 2015. The applicants include: Sean Fitzgerald, David Guertler, Richard James, Steven Kipp and Mary Noelle…
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Blast of snow expected

Snow, heavy at times with falling temperatures expected today. Heaviest snow will be from 7am to 1pm. It will taper off to lighter snow from 3pm to 6pm. Totals: Best bet of 8" is central and northern Delaware into southern New Jersey. High: 32 early, then falling.
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Discolored water concerns addressed

The Merchantville-Pennsauken Water Commission is interested in your concerns about the water discoloration issues brought on by the increased level of road construction taking place all across the borough. They hear you and they are taking action. On Sunday, January 18th, the MPWC engaged in an aggressive form of hydrant…
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Welcoming in the New Year

Merchantville.com wishes everyone a Happy and Safe New Year. We are excited to offer the best community and local news coverage available to all of you! We invite you to contribute to our news coverage through our FB site. When you browse to merchantville.com on your computer, phone or mobile…
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