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No Trees This Year

Clements Family Christmas trees shared a heads up yesterday. They will have no trees this year. Bob Clements is sorry to report they will not be selling Christmas trees on Cove Road at Inglesby Funeral Home during the 2021 season. "Sadly, we just can’t get enough of the quality trees…
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Seed Money Challenge

Incredible Edible Merchantville is participating in the #SeedMoneyChallenge, a 30-day fundraising challenge and we could really use your support TODAY! In addition to keeping the funds we raise from individuals like you, we have a chance to win a challenge grant of up to $1000 from SeedMoney based on how…
Published in Stewardship, Boro

Bob Scullin, Veteran

This was one of several videos celebrating the 95th Year of FW Grigg Post 68 American Legion in Merchantville NJ featuring interviews with their veterans hosted by Philadelphia, PA reporter and writer John J Ruppert. Today's veteran Is Mr. Bob Scullin, 89, a retired Marine, World War II Veteran and…
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2021 Haunts Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 2021 Haunts of Monsterville home decorating contest. Competition was fierce this year and winners were announced on Friday, November 5th at 7pm during the final Merchantville Market Off Centre evening. Votes for town favorites were collected through survey monkey and the winners of the…
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Council Opposes Terminal

The Borough Council of Merchantville passed a resolution on October 25th opposing a plan by New Fortress Energy to build a massive liquefied natural gas export terminal in Gibbstown, Gloucester County. The Merchantville resolution calls on Governor Murphy to reject permits needed to load highly explosive and polluting LNG onto…
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100% For One Dose Over 65

The Camden County Department of Health is announcing 678 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 9 new deaths which occurred between Saturday, October 16, and Friday, October 22nd. One hundred seventy-eight (178) are among patients under 18 years old. Seven (7) new cases were identified in Merchantville. The average age of the newly infected is 35.7 years old. Current NJ Dashboard data as of 10/20/2021 shows Merchantville residents improving on their vaccination status since 3…
Published in COVID-19

Fixer Upper

Amazing opportunity with great potential to own a single family home in Merchantville. Built in 1910, this 3 story, wood frame charmer with four bedrooms and two full baths is on Clinton Avenue, a beautiful street located one block from Wellwood Park. Very deep 52 ft. by 175 ft. lot…
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Scary Sun-Maid House

According to Food & Wine Magazine, even the raisin specialists at Sun-Maid realize that — as good as their product may be the other 364 days of the year — it's the last thing most kids want to see on Halloween so, Sun-Maid has set up up a tongue-in-cheek "Raisin…
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Support Garnets Soccer

Here is a sneak to all the amazing baskets for the Haddon Heights High School Boy's Soccer Booster Club Virtual Basket Auction. Store will be open 10/20 to 11/5. Live Facebook drawing will be 11/7 @ 7pm. Tickets are $5 per entry. Purchase tickets starting 10/20 at this online link.…
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Jersey Joe Unveiling

The Camden County Historical Society is making sure the legacy and history made by boxing trailblazer Arnold Cream, best known as “Jersey Joe Walcott,” will never be forgotten. On Saturday, the group, along with the county’s Board of Commissioners, unveiled an 8-foot tall bronze statue of the Camden County native…
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County Update 10/9-15

The Camden County Department of Health announced 694 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 5 deaths between Saturday, October 11th and Friday, October 15th. One hundred ninety-eight (198) new cases were among patients under 18 years old and the average age of the newly infected is 34 years of age. New cases this week include nine (9) in the Borough of Merchantville. Use the NJ Vaccine Appointment Finder to make an appointment for a COVID-19…
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