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Annual Heartwalk planned
MAYS LANDING — The favored varsity eights of St. Augustine Prep and the Holy Spirit High School girls showed no letup Sunday as they pulled away at the ninth annual Atlantic County High School Rowing Championships on Lake Lenape.
When Gordon Callender heads out to see his daughter, Isabella, play soccer or to watch his son, Jordan, compete in basketball or soccer, he doesn't leave the house without his iPhone and his Sony digital camera.
Sara Evans at Harrah's Resort
Scholarship available to Cape May County women
BOSTON — The two bombs that ripped through the crowds at the Boston Marathon, killing three people and wounding more than 170, were fashioned out of pressure cookers and packed with shards of metal, nails and ball bearings, a person briefed on the investigation said Tuesday.
Law fair planned
Foundation receives grant
Sea Isle schedules St. Patrick’s parade
DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP - Atlantic City High School senior Colleen Callahan will graduate as a legend in the swimming community after winning two events at the Meet of Champions at Gloucester County Institute of Technology on Sunday.
CCA receives funds
Bank supports charities
Dennis Township offers services for special-needs students
Art exhibit planned
Volunteers sought for plunge, run/walk
ABSECON - Over and over, Middle Township High School players drove toward the basket and passed back to teammates for open 3-pointers.
DuFault named to board
Free movies in Ocean City
PHILADELPHIA - So much for a winning streak.
TED Talk looks at patients as consumers
ATLANTIC CITY - The NHL was back for one night Saturday.
EGG HARBOR CITY - Running back Calvin Cass of St. Augustine Prep celebrated the Hermits' dramatic win over Cedar Creek High School with a football under his arm Thursday.
ABSECON - Dayshawn Reynolds knew he was playing for more than just himself Thursday morning.
STAFFORD TOWNSHIP - Tony Kampert slept at the Ship Bottom Volunteer Fire Company's headquarters eight times over the past two weeks.
WILDWOOD - The Pitman football team dropped off a busload of supplies at Wildwood High School on Thursday afternoon for a community hit hard by Hurricane Sandy.
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