Bellmawr, Runnemede, Westville Among Clean Communities Grant Recipients

The Department of Environmental Protection is awarding $19.4 million in annual Clean Communities grants to assist municipalities and counties with litter cleanup activities and programs that beautify communities and enhance quality of life,
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Save the Date: June 23 is NYMMF, Food Trucks & Fireworks

Save the date! Lots going on in our area on Sat., June 23. In Gloucester City, there is an all-day, celebrity headlined and family friendly music festival. Later on, there will be food trucks and fireworks in Brooklawn and Westville.
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NJ Attorney General & Division of ABC Announce New Task Force to Train Municipal Police Officers as Partners in Enforcing State Liquor Laws

A new task force has been formed in N.J. that will provide municipal police officers with hands-on experience spotting signs of organized crime in their local bars, investigating and shutting down problem servers, and enforcing other alcoholic beverage control laws that help protect the quality of life for residents.
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Brooklawn Man Arrested on Attempted Murder & Related Charges

Gloucester County Prosecutor Charles Fiore announced that following a night-long investigation, a Brooklawn man has been arrested on attempted murder and related charges in connection with the shooting of a woman on April 7, 2018.
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Virtua Medical Group to Pay Nearly $418,000 & Agrees to Tighten Data Security to Settle Patient Privacy Allegations

Virtua Medical Group, P.A. (“VMG”), a network of physicians exclusively affiliated with more than 50 South Jersey medical and surgical practices, has agreed to pay $417,816 and improve data security practices to settle allegations it failed to properly protect the privacy of more than 1,650 patients whose medical records
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