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Camden County Library Offers Free First Visit Kits to Children From Birth to Age 5

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(Voorhees, N.J.) As part of its early literacy initiative, the Camden County Library is offering free ‘first visit kits’ to children from birth to age five who get their first library card. It’s a way the library is encouraging families to help their children take the first steps toward lifelong
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Bellmawr School Administrators Receive 2.9% Increase

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Members of Bellmawr Administrator’s Association (BAA) will receive a 2.9% increase in their salaries for 2016-17, 2017-18, and 2018-19, according to the Memorandum of Agreement that was received in response to an Open Public Records Act (OPRA) Request. This is a change from 3% that was in effect for
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Gloucester County Prosecutor Issues “Creepy Clown” Warning

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Gloucester County Prosecutor, Sean F. Dalton, has some advice for those who think they’re in a circus ring when making false reports of “creepy clowns,” a current activity for idle minds around the country. Dalton wants the public to know that this can be considered a form of cyber-harassment.
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Bellmawr, Brooklawn, Gloucester City Awarded $25,000 Recreation Facility Enhancement Grants

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(Camden, NJ) – The Freeholder Board has approved the recommendations of the Open Space Preservation Trust Fund Advisory Committee to award the 2016 Recreation Facility Enhancement Project Grants. The grants, totaling $750,000 this year, are funded through the Camden County Open Space Preservation Trust Fund, are presented to existing
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New Legislation to Provide Emergency Mental Health Care for Veterans

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(Camden, NJ) Rep. Donald Norcross (NJ-01) today announced urgent new legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives that will provide emergency mental health care for veterans seeking assistance. “So many of our veterans suffer in silence. Tragically, some see no way out other than to take their own lives. In
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