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Focus on Empowering Women

On January 6th, Matteo Iadonisi, Community Journalist for 6abc.com, profiled resident entrepreneur, Adrian Rowan, her client, Jessica Devito, and her boudoir photography business. His video interview focuses on how photography can empower women by capturing the strength of their persona in positive, artistic body images. Rowan, a single mother by…
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Officer Rulli Promoted

Officer Matthew Rulli achieved rank of Sergeant as he took the oath of office from Mayor Brennan on Monday evening, December 14th. The ceremony, which took place at 7:00 p.m. in front of Borough Hall, included a gathering of family, friends and municipal officials, as well as, many brother officers…
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Trees to be Removed

The Merchantville Shade Tree Commission received a grant from the NJ Forestry Program to undertake a tree inventory for the town and, as a result, some of our trees were determined to be dead, dying or diseased. To avoid hazards we will begin removing trees from the priority 1 list.…
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General Election Results

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the changes to how the General Elections is conducted made by P.L. 2020, c 72, the completion of certified results will be delayed. The expected schedule for the release of results is: Initial Vote by Mail and ADA Voting Machine Ballots: November 3,…
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Boro Offers Internship

The Borough of Merchantville is looking for a non-paid part-time community relations student intern, approximately 7-10 hours per week. Candidates should be seeking a degree in communications, digital studies, government relations, management information systems and e-commerce, marketing, public relations, or other related fields and, will and be eligible for course…
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Wellness Center Adds Practitioner

Merchantville Medical Wellness Center recently announced the addition of Houtaneh Houtan, NMD, who joins Dr. Jennifer Phillips in offering naturopathic medicine to area residents. Houtan studied biochemistry at Syracuse University as an pre-med undergraduate, where she discovered the need for holistic medicine alternatives then,g raduated from the Southwest College of…
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Need a Helping Hand?

Need a ride, need a hand, need a truck? I have you covered! My name is Christian Laufer and I'm a Merchantville local looking for summer side jobs. I can help you with delivery/driving gigs to the airport, grocery store, designated driving and, pick up, delivery or round trips -…
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Yard Sales, 7/18

Stop by at a Good Old Fashioned Yard Sale on Saturday, July 18, 2020 from 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. at 1 West Walnut Avenue in Merchantville. This sale combines more than three families items including household goods, jewelry, lots of very nice women’s clothing and shoes, books, luggage and…
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Tonight's Market Canceled

Due to the weather forecast - for an all day tropical storm - the July 10th market will be cancelled tonight. We look forward to seeing everyone next week. Also, mark your calendars for Friday, July 24th, when we will host our annual "Christmas in July" market. Vendors will be…
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Market & Pop-Up

On First Friday July 3rd, our "Market Off Center" returns from 5:00-8:00 p.m. along the trail and Ryan's Retail will be holding their first pop-up event since reopening. Ryan's will have 10 vendors - six inside and four outdoors to create extra spacing. Pop-Up vendors include: Scentsy, Royelleblu Fashions, Varsha's…
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The Conversation Begins with Listening

On Tuesday evening, more than 100 Borough officials, faith based leaders, school representatives and residents came together at a forum in Wellwood Park to discuss, listen and speak about our town and the issue of racism before us in the current social movement. Borough and school officials, many residents, neighbors…
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