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Stockton Partnership Plans To Bring Civility Back To Political Conversations

The William J. Hughes Center will hold small-group and community discussions about civility in our political conversations during the 2020 election year. Members of the public will be invited to participate in dialogue about how to reduce the hostility and polarization found in political talk today.

NJDEP Urges Drivers To Be Extra Cautious During Peak Deer Mating Season

Drivers in New Jersey collide with deer approximately 50,000 times per year, according to the NJ Department of Environmental Protection. Most of those collisions occur during the mating season in the autumn.

Mural Honoring Veterans Dedicated on Landis Avenue in Vineland

A new mural created by George Perez received a dedication ceremony on Veteran's Day on Landis Avenue in Vineland. The mural serves to honor the men and women of the United States military. Isaiah Showell was there to speak to the artist, as well as a local student who helped paint the mural, Vineland Mayor Anthony Fanucci, and more.

Cooper Health Center At KIPP Provides Services That Lead To Better Student Health And Academics

KIPP Cooper Norcross Academy (KCNA) — a collective of three KIPP schools in Camden — partnered with the Camden Promise Neighborhood, the Cooper Foundation, and other local entities, including local dentists, foodbanks, and nonprofits to create Cooper Health Center at KIPP, a school-based health center with a full-time nurse practitioner and medical assistant.

What’s Good – Pet Therapy

Rowan University has opened its doors to a new pet therapy program to help lower stress levels of their students. The new program is designed to bring trained dogs in to help comfort and de-stress students. Isaiah Showell was there to learn more.

Rowan University Opens Shreiber Family Pet Therapy Program

Rowan University recently cut the ribbon on its new pet therapy center, established by a $3 million gift from Gerry Shreiber, president and CEO of J&J Snack Foods Corp. of Pennsauken.