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Agnus Dei Concert

The Choir at Mary Queen of All Saints Parish will be hosting a celebration of sacred music on Sunday, July 28th at the 10:30 a.m. Mass, to provide a wonderful musical experience during our celebration. Then, at 2:00 p.m. there will be a free concert of sacred hymns and songs…
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Liberty Vigil Friday

Galvanized by the steady stream of disturbing details about U.S. immigrant detention centers Lights for Liberty will bring thousands of Americans to detention camps across the country, into the streets, parks and their own front yards, to protest the inhumane conditions faced by refugees. More than 760 rallies and vigils…
Published in Camden County

CH BOE Forum Tonight

The Cherry Hill Board of Education will hold a moderated forum ahead of its regular meeting Tuesday evening to interview four replacement candidates for a pair of vacancies created by the resignations of board members David Rossi and Edward Wang on June 11th and 25th. The board whittled the candidate…
Published in Neighbors

Crest beach reopens

A section of the beach in Wildwood Crest has been closed to the public for at least 24 hours due to a malfunction at a Cape May County wastewater treatment facility have reopened to the public as of July 2nd. The public health coordinator for Wildwood Crest ordered the beach…
Published in New Jersey

Hahnemann Hospital Closing

A day after Pennsylvania officials ordered the owner of Hahnemann University Hospital not to take any steps toward closing the Center City facility, the hospital’s emergency department on Friday was not accepting patients with certain serious medical conditions. State and city regulators want Hahnemann to remain open, at least temporarily,…
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County Marks Slave Auction Sites

On Monday, June 17th, Camden County, City and State officials joined representatives from across the political spectrum to reflect upon the abhorrent and violent nature of the country’s slave trade. Together with the Camden County Historical Society, the group unveiled the second of three planned historical markers, at the intersection…
Published in Camden County

Universe of Family Stories

Camden County Library System welcomes you to join their 2019 Summer Reading Program! Sign up as a family - and add up to 12 readers - to keep track of your reading this summer. Along the way, you'll reach digital badges and earn small prizes to encourage your family to…
Published in Camden County

Killion Ends Service

On Thursday, June 20th, Pennsauken Mayor Jack Killion, formally resigned from Township Committee, after 20 years of service, in front of an audience of more than 30 friends, family members, residents and township employees. A proclamation praising his years of commitment to the community and tenacity in tackling issues was…
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SW Philly Refinery Explosion

A massive fire has erupted at the Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery in Southwest Philadelphia shaking nearby homes and sending thick smoke into the air. Homes as far away as South Jersey were rocked by a series of explosions as the blaze, which erupted shortly after 4 a.m., burned. Some residents…
Published in Neighbors

PATCO Service Suspended

PATCO service is suspended this morning, 6/20/19, as a result of issues created by last night's storm. Several stations flooded & track ballast - the stone that holds track in place - in some areas washed away. Repairs & inspections of the line are underway. Storm damage at several NJ…
Published in New Jersey

Parker's Hires Former Resident

Parker’s offers a smart alternative to traditional convenience stores, combining first-class customer service with an uncompromising commitment to quality at their 54 stores across Georgia and South Carolina. On Thursday, 6/13, Dave Meloni was named the company’s new director of personnel development, overseeing the recruitment, training, retention and succession planning…
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