October 20, 2018
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Kingsway names Duca, Barnes & Tubb as new head coaches

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WOOLWICH TWP. — Kingsway Regional High School has named several new head coaches to lead its cheerleading, girls volleyball, and co-ed swim programs this year. This announcement comes after Dana Ott takes the reins as the new head field hockey coach this fall. Alexandra Duca, a graduate of Ohio State […]

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OYSTER & HAM DINNER, OCT. 20

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OYSTER & HAM DINNER, OCT. 20

PAULSBORO – An All You Can Eat Oyster and Ham Dinner, Saturday, October 20 at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, Broad and Delaware Streets in Paulsboro. Take-out tickets are $22 each, eat-in tickets are $24 each, children 4-10 years $8 each and children 3 and younger are free. Take-outs can […]

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INDOOR YARD & HOAGIE SALE, OCT. 13

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INDOOR YARD & HOAGIE SALE, OCT. 13

CLARKSBORO — An Indoor Yard Sale and Hoagie Sale will be held on Saturday, Oct. 13 at Zion Community Church in Clarksboro. Doors open at 8 a.m. and the event will be held rain or shine. Please use the side door. Zion Community United Methodist Church is located at 242 […]

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Fall into winter’s cold with these old-fashioned cocktails

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Fall into winter’s cold with these old-fashioned cocktails

Autumn’s here, with Halloween only weeks away and cold weather on its heels. While icy drinks are the star of al fresco summer shindigs, icy winter needs the opposite strategy. Winter parties call for warming cocktails, and here are three universally suited to fall’s cool and winter’s chill, beginning with […]

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October Issue Obituaries

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STECHER — David A. Stecher Woolwich, N.J. David A. Stecher of Woolwich Twp. and Bellmawr, NJ, passed away peacefully at home with his wife at his side on Wednesday, August 8, 2018. David was born on 6/21/1944 to parents Albert C. Stecher, Sr. and Margaret Stecher (Berger). He was raised […]

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Closed Repaupo fire station called to new duty as a fire museum

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Closed Repaupo fire station called to new duty as a fire museum

Long-time members of many rural towns will remember that fires were once fought when the bell rang. Most communities supported a fire station, staffed by volunteers. When a fire broke out, someone phoned a neighbor nearest the station and that person ran to the firehouse and pulled on a handle, […]

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Logan Library Happenings

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Logan Library Happenings

Library phone number (856) 241-0202.  All GCLS Libraries will be closed on Friday, Oct. 5 for a staff development day. GCLS Museum Pass Program- Funded by the Friends of the Library. One-week checkout available with valid GCLS adult library card. Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, Battleship New Jersey, Camden […]

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Health Department can now test items for lead to help prevent poisoning

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Health Department can now test items for lead to help prevent poisoning

SEWELL — Gloucester County Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger and Freeholder Jim Jefferson announced that the Gloucester County Health Department has received a grant from the New Jersey Department of Health for the identification of lead in homes for the prevention of childhood lead poisoning. This Consumer Products lead screening […]

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Letter To The Editor

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Letter To The Editor

An open letter to the people of the Swedesboro area: On behalf of Mary Ann and Mike Homan’s family, we want to thank all their/our wonderful friends, students, fellow volunteers, neighbors, co-workers, relatives, businesses and institutions who contributed so much to their many happy and productive years in Swedesboro. Mary […]

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HEALING LEAKY GUT WORKSHOP AT SUPER FITNESS

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HEALING LEAKY GUT WORKSHOP AT SUPER FITNESS

LOGAN TWP. — Learn how food sensitivities can cause chronic issues like IBS, psoriasis, anxiety, weight gain, and autoimmune disease on Tuesday, Oct. 9 at the Super Fitness, 553 Beckett Road in Logan Township. Guests will learn about the evolution of Leaky Gut, how to determine which foods are exacerbating […]

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