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Boro of Runnemede $1.3M Bond Ordinance Considered For Final Passage June 27

The Boro of Runnemede published a Legal Notice for a Bond Ordinance totalling $1,337,000 for various capital improvements along with the acquisition of various equipment for the Public Works Dept. The Ordinance will be considered for final passage on June 27, 2017.
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Westville Woman Receives 5-Year Prison Term For Recruiting Teen to Engage in Prostitution

Barbara Cantz, 23, of Westville, N.J., was sentenced to five years in state prison after pleading guilty to a charge of second-degree conspiracy to facilitate human trafficking.
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Johnnie’s Liquors’ License Renewed; Owners Face ABC Administrative Hearing

Bellmawr Council voted to renew the plenary retail liquor license for Johnnie's Liquor Store. The owners pleaded guilty, received PTI and face an Administrative Hearing with the ABC. The other defendants received five years probation.
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Photos: Camden’s Von Nieda Park Sprayground Now Open

The Camden County Freeholder Board joined city and community representatives to celebrate the completion and opening of a new sprayground in Von Nieda Park.
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Mt. Ephraim Schools Announce May, 2017 Students of the Month

The Mt. Ephraim School District has announced the May, 2017 Students of the Month. The students were honored during a recent Board of Education meeting.
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