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No Criminal Charges To Be Filed in Timber Creek Football Program Case

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The Camden County Prosecutor’s office has issued a statement indicating that no criminal charges will be filed in the Timber Creek Football Program case. The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office received a thirteen (13) page anonymous letter from a group called Stop Taking Our Players (S.T.O.P.). The letter was also
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Select Titles of New Books Now at the Camden County Library System

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VOORHEES, N.J. – The Camden County Library System received the following titles among new books it ordered. The titles are in circulation at various branches. Three titles for younger readers focus on 9/11 in anticipation of 15th anniversary. Fiction “Curious Minds: A Knight and Moon Novel” by Janet Evanovich
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Bellmawr Mayor Addresses Rat Problem

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During last Thursday’s monthly Council meeting, Bellmawr Mayor Frank Filipek said that he has been receiving a lot of phone calls about rats in town. “I met with DOT and I met with the contractor and we are trying to see if the State or DOT can come up
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Bellmawr Lady Owls Softball Team Honored As Three-Peat Champs

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The Bellmawr Board of Education (BOE) honored the Bell Oaks Lady Owls softball team for being “3-Peat Champions” for the 2014, 2015, and 2016 seasons. During Wednesday’s meeting, the team received hoodies and a mug. Following the team’s championship win against Brooklawn in May, head coach Mike Mazzuca said: “We
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Bellmawr’s Teachers’ Contract at Impasse; Teachers Gather to Show Support

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A large group of teachers and their supporters gathered in front of Bell Oaks School this afternoon in advance of the mediation meeting that was scheduled to take place at 3:30 p.m. Holding signs as they stood on Bell Road, the group showed solidarity by wearing red shirts. Bellmawr’s
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