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Glou City School Superintendent Rafferty Gives $12,600 of Merit Bonus Back to District

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  Gloucester City School Superintendent, Joe Rafferty, is giving $12,600 of his $15,000 merit bonus back to the district. He made the announcement at Tuesday’s Board of Education (BOE) meeting and asked that the money go toward the opening of the new middle school. In accordance with the terms
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Suspect Sought in Bellmawr, Lawnside & Glou. Twp. Bank Robberies

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The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office announced today that local authorities from Bellmawr and Lawnside now join Gloucester Township in seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a man wanted in connection with three bank robberies. The latest two incidents occurred Wednesday morning September 14, 2016 at the TD Bank on the Black Horse
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Bellmawr Zoning Board’s Resolution, Minutes & Testimony for Royal Farms

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The minutes and testimony from July’s Zoning Board Meeting, along with the formal Resolution granting Preliminary and Final Site Plan approval to applicant, Mark Bellmawr, LLC, have all been uploaded on Bellmawr.com. The Bellmawr Zoning Board granted Mark Bellmawr, LLC approval to construct and operate a Royal Farms at
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Rabid Bat Confirmed in Cherry Hill 

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  (Gloucester Township, NJ) – The Camden County Health Department has been notified by the New Jersey Department of Health and Human Services (NJDHHS) that a bat removed from a home in Cherry Hill has tested positive for rabies. On September 1, Cherry Hill homeowners found a bat in
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Homes Needed for 18 Dogs & Puppies Rescued From Flood-Ravaged Louisiana

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(Gloucester Township, NJ) – Freeholder Jonathan Young is encouraging you to visit the Camden County Animal Shelter to see the 18 adoptable dogs and puppies that have been rescued from flood-ravaged Louisiana. The dogs were transported to the Camden County Shelter to ease the extreme overcrowding situation in Louisiana
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