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Rite Aid Corporation Conducting Investigative & Remedial Activities at Former Clayton Store

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A former Rite Aid store in Clayton is the subject of an environmental investigation and clean up. Operations conducted at the Site prior to Rite Aid's occupancy included dry cleaning, a gasoline filling station, and a bulk oil distribution facility.
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Bellmawr, Brooklawn, Mt. Ephraim, Runnemede Among Recreation Facility Enhancement Grant Recipients

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The Camden County Freeholder has approved the recommendations of the Open Space Preservation Trust Fund Advisory Committee to award $25,000 grants to 35 projects across Camden County.
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N.J. Dept. of Agriculture Encourages Purchase of Jersey Grown Christmas 🎄Trees

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N.J. Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher and the New Jersey Christmas Tree Growers’ Association reminded consumers they can buy New Jersey Christmas trees with confidence this year.
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78-Year Old Gibbsboro Man Charged With First & Second Degree Aggravated Assault

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David Zechmeister, 78, of Gibbsboro, has been charged with first and second degree aggravated sexual assault for sexually assaulting a victim when the victim was between the ages of 10-12 years old.
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Atlantic City Electric Joins S.J. Community Partners to Implement Key Education & Jobs Program

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Atlantic City Electric announced on October 12, 2018 the joining of four South Jersey workforce development boards and three vocational schools to officially launch a six-year $6.5-million program to educate the workforce needed to fill future energy jobs across the State.
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