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Jeep Invasion coming
Caper 10 group seeks new members
SOUTH BRUNSWICK - Mike Gesicki thrust his muscular arms skyward, let out a yell and then climbed into the stands to hug his mother and a rowdy bunch of Southern Regional High School boys volleyball fans Thursday.
(NAPSI)—For many schoolchildren, summertime means days of fun in the sun, family road trips and visits from the ice cream truck. But many parents don’t realize that summer can also mean learning loss. Studies have found that nearly all children lose knowledge over the summer. In fact, when children head back to school in the fall, they are one month behind academically. This loss adds up year after year, especially for students from low-income families who may not have access to summertime enrichment opportunities, like camp, tutoring, and regular trips to the library. This can significantly impact a child’s success in school and in life over the long term.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP - Karrie Webb's grandmother Marion Webb telephoned her in the middle of last week.
Police departments encouraged to apply for grants
Garden tour in Cape May
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.
OCEAN CITY - Family and friends of David C. McAuliffe wiped tears from their eyes to look through binoculars as part of the boat he captained floated to the surface of the ocean Sunday afternoon.
PISCATAWAY — Rutgers held its Scarlet-White spring football game, and raised money for those still in need after being victimized by Superstorm Sandy in October.
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.
The Denver Post won a Pulitzer Prize on Monday for its coverage of the movie-theater massacre in Aurora, Colo., while The New York Times captured four awards for reporting on the rise of a new aristocracy in China, the business practices of Apple and Walmart and a harrowing avalanche.
Law fair planned
The Galaxy S 4, Samsung's latest and greatest, has a cute feature we'll probably see in a lot of phones soon: You can shoot both yourself and your surroundings at the same time, using the front- and back-mounted cameras. It's a bit like having a two-camera film crew follow you around.
Foundation receives grant
Southern New Jersey residents are assessing the damage from overnight coastal flooding and continued strong winds from a northeaster that has gradually moved up the coast.
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
BUENA VISTA TOWNSHIP — St. Augustine Prep basketball fans cheered as a recent cancer survivor suited up for his first game in two years.
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