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Resurrection of Resurrection of Christ Catholic Cemetery

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Bellmawr’s Resurrection of Christ Cemetery on Anderson Avenue is in the midst of beautification efforts and will remain a Catholic cemetery, according to Louis Cicalese, who is the president of Harleigh Cemetery. Because of the obvious, large-scale tree cutting and clearing work that recently took place on the property,
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Bellmawr Fire Chief Explains EMS Arrangement With Brooklawn

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Due to underlying issues involving Brooklawn’s volunteer ambulance service, Bellmawr EMS has been providing emergency medical services to its neighboring town since June 6. Brooklawn’s ambulance issue was the subject of a recent article by CNBNews.net. Because Bellmawr’s EMS is involved, SJO contacted the Borough of Bellmawr to find
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Bellmawr School District Announces New Hires

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School Superintendent, Annette Castiglione, introduced the district’s new hires for the 2016-17 school year at last week’s Board of Education (BOE) meeting. Ms. Castiglione also announced that Melissa Gleason will be the new vice-principal at Bell Oaks. Ms. Gleason’s former position at the school was sixth grade teacher.  
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Camden County Library System Receives $59,000 Grant to Promote Food Literacy

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VOORHEES, NJ – June 27, 2016 – The Camden County Library System is receiving a $59,000 grant from the NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development to promote food literacy in Camden and other communities throughout the county. The money will be used to fund a mobile culinary center
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Bellmawr Council Approves Liquor Licenses; Promotes Police Officers

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At its June 23, 2016 meeting, Bellmawr Council approved the renewal of all of the Borough’s liquor licenses, including the one for Johnnie’s Liquors. Last week at the caucus meeting, Council discussed tabling the renewal saying they were frustrated and wanted to show unity. Councilman Paul Sandrock said, “It’s
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