October 16, 2017
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October 2017 Issue Obituaries

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CZOCH — Mitchell J. Czoch, Jr., age 78 died on Aug. 25. Born and raised in Wilkes Barre, PA, Mitch graduated from Wilkes Barre Township High School where he was Valedictorian. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Wilkes College, he attended Temple University and received his Master’s Degree from University […]

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Faith Hair Studio takes a stand against Domestic Violence.  

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Faith Hair Studio takes a stand against Domestic Violence.  

SWEDESBORO — J. Faith Hair Studio recently closed out their 2nd annual book bag drive and with the help of loyal clients, local businesses, families, and friends they collected 109 book bags filled with school supplies, proving to be a community hair studio. These supplies were donated to SERV on […]

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MEET THE AUTHOR OF “HAUNTED GLOUCESTER, SALEM AND CUMBERLAND COUNTIES”

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MULLICA HILL — Few places are as obsessed with the paranormal as New Jersey, and the area once known as West Jersey is a hotbed of paranormal activity. As a participant in local paranormal investigations, Kelly Lin Gallagher-Roncace has the goosebumps to prove it.  She recounts her research and experiences […]

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FINANCIAL ADVISORS LUNCH CLUB, OCT. 27

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SWEDESBORO — Bill McAllister, a local Edward Jones financial advisor, will host a lunch club at noon on Oct. 27 at 1226 Kings Hwy, Swedesboro. Lunch is provided. The lunch club is an informal gathering where Edward Jones financial advisors provide an update on the stock market and the economy […]

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WEIRD SOUTH JERSEY FEATURED AT OLD TOWN HALL MUSEM

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MULLICA HILL —  Eerie, strange, and unbelievable images by New Jersey artists are presented in a new exhibition of photography and artifacts at Mullica Hill’s Old Town Hall Museum. Weird South Jersey features artists whose work has appeared in Weird NJ Magazine, the Noyes Museum as well as other museums […]

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SWEDESBORO LIBRARY Happenings

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Register for your favorite programs! Adults:            Make a Book Angel – Tuesday, October 3 – 6:30 pm.  Join us for this cool recycling craft.  We will use old books to create beautiful angels.  Participants must register by calling 856-467-0111. Make a Cork Wreath – Tuesday, […]

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Logan Library Happenings

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Library phone number (856) 241-0202.  All GCLS Libraries will be closed on Friday, Oct. 6 for a Staff Development Day.  Stop by our table at Logan Day Oct. 7 and enter a chance at our raffle!  GCLS Museum Pass Program- Funded by the Friends of GCLS. One-week checkout available with valid […]

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OYSTER & HAM DINNER, OCT. 21

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PAULSBORO — St. Paul’s United Methodist Church will be holding an  All You Can Eat Oyster and Ham Dinner, Oct. 21. Take-out tickets are $20 each, eat-in tickets are $23 each, children 4-10 years $8 each and children 3 and younger are free. Take-outs can be picked up between 2 […]

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Friends School celebrates Day of Peace

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Friends School celebrates Day of Peace

MULLICA HILL — Friends School Mullica Hill honored International Day of Peace on Thursday, Sept. 21, with a school-wide chalking event. Students at the pre-kindergarten through 8th grade school filled the campus sidewalks with colorful messages and drawings about peace, love and hope. In 1981, the United Nations passed a […]

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East Greenwich Twp Fire and Rescue response log for Aug. 1 – 31, 2017

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Dwelling Fire: 2; Vehicle Fire: 1; Building Fire: 1; Motor Vehicle Crash: 4; Cardiac Arrest: 1; Fire Investigation: 1; Wires Down or Arching: 1; Fire Alarm: 9; Carbon Monoxide Alarm: 1; Fumes: 1; Service Assignment: 1 Aug. 2: Kings Hwy. at Tomlin Station Rd. for a Motor Vehicle Crash with […]

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