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Mobile Diner serving GMA

Mary Hilbert, female chef on the food truck, Mary’s Mobile Diner - a fixture at many Merchantville events - will will be feeding the Good Morning America staff breakfast and lunch options Wednesday , Thursday and Friday. This Jersey diner on wheels serves fresh made to order breakfast, lunch and…
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Cooper River Dragon Boat Festival

Cooper River is the perfect setting for dragon boat racing, drawing praise from athletes and international experts for its sheltered, minimal current, race course. It will host South Jersey's Premier Dragon Boat Festival on July 27th from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Athletes Village is located on Park Boulevard…
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Deputy Chief Jack Weiss, 90

The members Pennsauken Fire Department are mourning the loss today of Deputy Chief Jack Weiss, 90, of the East Pennsauken Volunteer Fire Association, No.1. He was a patriarch, ambassador, teacher, and member the Greatest Generation. Deputy Chief Weiss was immensely loved by his family, friends and decades of members of…
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Killion to retire

Jack Killion's column in "All Around Pennsauken" announced that he will retire from his position as the coordinator of buildings and grounds with the Pennsauken School District and Township Committee, where he presides as mayor, on July 1st. He thanked residence for allowing him to serve for almost 20 years.…
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CH Restaurant Week

Welcome to Cherry Hill Restaurant Week 2019. Mayor Chuck Cahn and the members of Township Council are pleased to once again present one of Cherry Hill's premier events, featuring seven days of incredible deals at some of Cherry Hill's finest eateries. From August 10 to 16, 2019, guests will enjoy…
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Primary Voting begins

Camden County’s Early Voting Center in Gloucester Township is open to residents to cast their votes early in the 2019 primary election - as an alternative for those who can’t get to the polls on election day. Camden County’s Early Voting Center is located in the Elections and Archives Center,…
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Rehab project to begin

Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli, Jr. joined local Pennsauken officials, Betsy McBride and Jack Killion, and representatives from the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) and the New Jersey Infrastructure Bank to announce the beginning of a rehabilitation project on Westfield Avenue from Tinsman Avenue to Rt. 130 in Pennsauken.. The…
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"First Fruits" charity dinner

Make your reservations now for our first Farm to Fork dinner of the year on Tuesday, June 4th. The dinner features Chef Mark Smith of The Tortilla Press and Tortilla Press Cantina. Proceeds benefit the Camden Children's Garden.The Camden Children's Garden is operated by the Camden City Garden Club. Our…
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AC Rail Line to resume service

Beginning on Sunday, May 12, Atlantic City Rail Line (ACRL) and Princeton Branch (Dinky) services will resume. For printable Atlantic City Rail Line and Dinky schedules, click HERE. NJ TRANSIT has accelerated the restoration of services, and the new date is nearly two weeks ahead of the agency’s target date…
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County App alerts police

A new smartphone app in Camden County will allow citizens to quickly send police tips about anything they see or hear that might be suspicious. County Police Lt. Zsakhiem James said STOPit is not intended to replace calling 911, but is "another supplementary tool so that you can contact us…
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Calling all nature lovers

Pennsauken’s second annual Nature Enthusiast Day will be held on Saturday, May 4th from 10:00 a.m. to noon, at Tippin’s Pond, 421 Cove Rd. Sponsored by Pennsauken Township’s Department of Parks and Recreation and Pennsauken’s Nature Enthusiasts, the event, open to children ages 7-13, is an opportunity to enjoy the…
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