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Enjoy a twilight tour

Experience the ship during the evening hours as the Battleship’s Curator will lead a unique tour to show the more “adult” side of our nation’s largest Battleship including areas of the Battleship not on the public tour. Hear interesting stories and check out some of the adult sailor art. You’ll…
Published in Camden County

Social media outages

Facebook Inc’s social networking site has been inaccessible to some users across the world on Sunday since 6:28 AM EDT. Are you also affected? According to Downdetector.com, a website which monitors outages. The outage tracking website showed that there are more than 9000 incidents of people reporting issues with Facebook.…
Published in National

Pennsauken Trails project

Opening Day for Trails is the national kickoff celebration for the spring trail season. Started by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Rails-to-Trails Conservancy in 2013 and encourages people to get outside and celebrate America’s exceptional trails and trail systems. On Saturday, April 13th from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00p.m. Pennsauken will celebrate at Madison…
Published in Neighbors

Disney+ $6.99, Netfix $12.99

Disney just showed everyone how it plans to beat Netflix. Create an exclusive home for some of the world's most popular movies, shows and characters, and charge a shockingly low price for it. On Thursday they unveiled their long-awaited streaming service, Disney+. It will cost just $6.99 per month —…
Published in National

New PATCO schedule 4/15

PATCO shifts to a new weekday schedule beginning on Monday, April 15, 2019. The highlights of the schedule include increased early A.M. service including increased westbound service to every 10 minutes between 5:00 a.m. – 5:40 a.m., increased westbound service to every 8-9 minutes between 5:40 a.m. – 6:56 a.m.…
Published in New Jersey

Aid in dying law

Gov. Phil Murphy is soon expected to sign the “Aid in Dying” law, making New Jersey the eighth state to permit people with a terminal diagnosis to end their own lives using a prescription from a doctor. On March 25, when the bill won final passage, Murphy said, “Allowing terminally…
Published in New Jersey

Is NJ next?

The outbreak affecting ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities in Brooklyn has gotten so bad that New York City officials on Tuesday declared it a public health emergency and ordered mandatory vaccinations. Though New Jersey hasn’t been hit nearly as hard as New York City, cases have continued to crop up, which is…
Published in New Jersey

Neonatal golf outing

The 22nd Fitzy Boy Open celebrating the life of Mark Fitzgerald Kennedy Jr. Funds raised from this tournament help support the Neonatal Department at Virtua Hospital and the various programs they have created to support the families of premature babies. June 6, 2019 at 11:45 a.m. to 7:00 pm at …
Published in Neighbors

2019 Cooper Cup Regatta

The Cooper Cup Regatta will be held on Sunday, April 28, 2019.The Cooper Cup Regatta was started in 2004 , mainly to create an opportunity for sculling boats and Club programs to race locally. As rowing grew so did the regatta, with close to 1,800 competitors racing over the day.…
Published in Camden County

Register to vote

The Camden County Clerk’s Election Division handles a wide variety of services for elections include Vote by Mail registration, accepting nominating petitions, drawing ballot positions, designing and preparing ballots, and tabulating election results. June 4th is Primary Election Day in New Jersey. If you would like to register or declare…
Published in Camden County

Earth Day giveaway

Earth Day is celebrated annually on April 22nd with events worldwide in support of the environment, and to raise awareness for the care of our planet. Pennsauken Free Public Library is celebrating Earth Day by giving-away Mini Terra Cotta Pot Grow Kits. The giveaway will take place all day while…
Published in Neighbors
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