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Judge Permits Release of Horses From Labrador Hill Equine Sanctuary

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A New Jersey Superior Court Judge has signed an order allowing for the release of horses presently located at the Labrador Hill Equine Sanctuary in Waterford Township.
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Parents Charged With Murder of 4-Month Old Son; Infant Placed in “Time Out” Under Comforter as Parents Went Outside to Smoke

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William Herring, 42 and Brianna Brochhausen, 22, have been charged with murder in the suffocation death of their four month old son. Frustrated because the baby wouldn't stop crying, they placed him in "time out" by pulling a comforter over him and then going outside to smoke cigarettes.
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Countryside Elementary School Holds Bake Sale for the Food Bank of South Jersey’s Summer Meals Program

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Students and faculty of Countryside Elementary School in Mt. Laurel held a bake sale that raised $900 for the Food Bank of South Jersey’s (FBSJ) Summer Meals Program, which provides nutritional meals to children during the 10-week summer break.
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The Reserve at Grace Planned for Somerdale’s Vacant Our Lady of Grace

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The Reserve at Grace project is planned for the vacant Our Lady of Grace in Somerdale. The rectory will be demolished and the church will be converted into a restaurant. An active adult apartment building is planned where the school presently sits.
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DVRPC Awards $1.8M for Revitalization Projects Including Impact Analysis of Port Traffic Patterns in Glou City

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The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) announced in a recent media release that it has awarded $1.8 million to fund 23 projects across Greater Philadelphia through the Transportation and Community Development Initiative (TCDI) program.
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