Infinite Herbs Comes to Jersey

Camilo Penalosa said that Infinite Herbs wanted to come to New Jersey—Vineland, in particular—and the nationwide culinary herb producer based out of Florida is bringing more than 100 jobs with them when they set up shop at 2440 N. Mill Road later this year. “For years we have wanted to…
Published in Neighbors

FBI Urges Internet Users to Reboot Home Routers

The FBI on Monday went public with a warning, urging people to reboot the internet routers in their homes because Russian hackers have targeted hundreds of thousands of the devices. The FBI said malware capable of shutting down web traffic and collecting private information can come through internet routers. But…
Published in New Jersey

Gun Safety Town Hall

On Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at 5:00 p.m., Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) hosted a school gun violence town hall with a panel of students, parents, administrators, health experts, law enforcement officials and gun violence victims. “As tragic school shootings continue to occur, we can’t just have moments of silence for…
Published in Camden County

Catch the Cooper Regatta

The Camden County Board of Freeholders welcomes the Catch the Cooper Regatta to Cooper River on June 16th. 
Published in Camden County

Collins Hall Gets Historic Marker

On September 6, 1886, John S. Collins acquired land in Merchantville from Senator Alexander G. Cattell. Collins was a founder and developer of Miami Beach and Collins Avenue, there, bears his name. In 1887, carpenters built a lumber yard complex on this site. Fire, in 1892, destroyed the existing main…
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County Historical Alliance Awards Markers

PRESS - The Camden County Historical Alliance, an umbrella organization of 40 separate agencies, support groups and historical societies throughout the county, worked together to produce the markers, which will offer detailed information about sites in Haddon Township, Merchantville, Gloucester City, Camden, Lawnside and Winslow. Those places include the Battleship…
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Visit NJ Wineries is positively booming across New Jersey. In fact, there are around 50 wineries currently operating throughout the state associated with the Garden State Wine Growers Association alone. That’s a lot of vino for local wine aficionados to familiarize themselves with — but this summer, we'd recommend starting with a…
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Municipal Building Summer Hours

Please be advised that beginning Tuesday, May 29th, Borough Hall will be on the follow summer hours schedule: Monday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm; Tuesday, 8:00 am - 6:00 pm; Wednesday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm; Thursday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm; and Friday, 8:00 am - 12:30 pm
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Vacancy on BOE

Merchantville School has an open seat on the Board of Education. This is an immediate opening until December 2018. Interested Merchantville Borough residents who meet the following requirements should send a letter of interest by Tuesday, June 19, 2018 to Greg Gontowski, Board Secretary, Merchantville Board of Education, 130 S.…
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Free Narcan Training on June 5th

Do you know someone who is at risk for a heroin/opioid overdose? The Overdose Prevention Act now allows doctors the ability to prescribe the opiate antidote Narcan (naloxone) to those in a position to help someone else during an overdose of heroin or other opioids. The law also eliminates civil…
Published in Camden County

Free Health Care Seminar for Veterans & First Responders

Join Cooper University Healthy Care for an educational and interactive forum with Cooper experts who will provide insight into the health challenges facing veteran and first responder communities. This week's seminar topic will be "Veteran's Forum: Putting the Health in Mental Health," presented by Sally French, APN. The seminar will…
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