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Charles G. Harker School Nurse Brings New Awareness To Cardiac Health

February 5, 2015 1:05 am2 comments
Charles G. Harker School Nurse Brings New Awareness To Cardiac Health

By Jenny Cowan It was a typical December day in the nurse’s station at Charles G. Harker Elementary School. Veronica Snyder, the school nurse, had applied band-aids to hands skinned in gym class, ice packs for knees bruised in recess, and a place to rest for children not feeling well […]

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Mullica Hill Family Raises $14,000 to help their son receive service dog

January 1, 2015 1:00 am0 comments
Mullica Hill Family Raises $14,000 to help their son receive service dog

By Jenny Cowan In many ways, Michael McDonald, a 7-year-old from Mullica Hill, is just like other boys his age. He loves Star Wars, riding his scooter, and spending time in his backyard fort. His big brown eyes and wide, warm smile exude kindness, and his laugh is infectious. But […]

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Warriors Watch Riders Honor Local Veteran

December 4, 2014 2:05 am0 comments
Warriors Watch Riders Honor Local Veteran

By Jenny Cowan Driving down Kings Highway on a wet, rainy Monday in October, a crowd of motorcycles appears, filling the parking lot of Rode’s Fireside Restaurant, just outside of downtown Swedesboro. It’s an unusual sight, especially considering the weather. But on Oct. 13, riders from all over the area […]

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Local Resident Helps Shine National Spotlight on Groundbreaking Scoliosis Treatment

November 6, 2014 10:01 am0 comments
Local Resident Helps Shine National Spotlight on Groundbreaking Scoliosis Treatment

By Jenny Cowan When Gibbstown resident Stephanie Byrwa tells people that she works for Shriners Hospital for Children in Philadelphia, most people assume she must be a doctor or a nurse. After all, the word hospital typically conjures up images of white coats, scrubs and a degree in medicine. And […]

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Racing career keeps Clarksboro’s Swanson on the road

October 2, 2014 1:05 am0 comments
Racing career keeps Clarksboro’s Swanson on the road

By Jeff Wolfe It seems James Swanson is always going somewhere. A Clarksboro resident for the past five years, Swanson has admittedly been a bit of a nomad for much of his adult life. And he still is in an organized way, for about seven months of the year as […]

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2014-15 School Year Will Be A Time Of Transition For Students, Faculty, And Administration

September 4, 2014 1:00 am0 comments
2014-15 School Year Will Be A Time Of Transition For Students, Faculty, And Administration

By Jeff Wolfe The beginning of each school year is a time of transition for everyone. The students return to class, and hopefully for themselves and their teachers, return to the routine of studying as well as possibly participating in extra-curricular activities. But while many students are becoming accustomed to […]

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After 50 years, Botto’s remains a constant in downtown Swedesboro

July 31, 2014 12:01 am0 comments
After 50 years, Botto’s remains a constant in downtown Swedesboro

By Jeff Wolfe There have been numerous changes in the last 50 years in Swedesboro and the immediate surrounding area. Kingsway High School had been open for just one year, built on farmland, and remained the type of place for years where everybody pretty much knew everybody. The surrounding communities […]

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Clarksboro studio a sound destination for recording artists around the world

July 3, 2014 1:01 am0 comments
Clarksboro studio a sound destination for recording artists around the world

By Jeff Wolfe Daniel C. Smith didn’t really know what he was doing when he started recording music on his cassette tape player when he was a youth. But now, over 25 years later, there are plenty of people in the music business who believe Smith knows exactly what he […]

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Swedesboro FREE Summer Events

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Swedesboro FREE Summer Events

SWEDESBORO — For the third year, Swedesboro is offering residents and local communities “Dancing in the Street”, a summer concert series, and kayaking on Lake Narraticon. The first “Dancing in the Street” concert was held on June 18 featuring The Toonz, a Rock and Roll cover band. The evening started […]

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With school year nearing its end, summer camp time will begin

June 5, 2014 1:00 am0 comments
With school year nearing its end, summer camp time will begin

By Jeff Wolfe Just when your children are about to finish answering questions for school, one of the big questions parents face when school is done is what to do with their children during those summer months. One bit of good news is that there are some local options to […]

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