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Resources for Veterans

When people think about The Ave they usually think about our vast array of multicultural restaurants or the over 200 other retailers and professional offices scattered along our 10-block Downtown

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Ups and Downs

Charles Schultz, the famous American cartoonist, experienced sorrow and disappointments during the early part of his life and once described his life as one of rejection. His mother, with whom

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‘Positive Strides’

Inspira Health recently opened its Autism Diagnostic Center (ADC) to address a critical need in southern New Jersey. The ADC is designed to offer early testing, diagnosis, and comprehensive resources

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Celebrating Women

The Cumberland County Women’s Hall of Fame will honor four of their compatriots on March 20 at a gala that celebrates daring, accomplished women in many fields and deliberately stands

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Farming by Robot

The founder of Vineland, Charles K. Landis, promoted his town widely 160 years ago as a location with excellent farming conditions: favorable climate, good soil, and affordable land. The message

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Storming into Town

Dena Blizzard is not a new flavor at Dairy Queen. It’s Dena Querubin’s married name. She is no longer married to Mr. Blizzard but kept his name for her career

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A Tall Ship

While the oyster industry was at its peak in the late 1920s, with plentiful spat indicating good harvests to come, the coming of the Great Depression in 1929 meant financial

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Resources for Veterans

When people think about The Ave they usually think about our vast array of multicultural restaurants or the over 200 other retailers and professional offices scattered along our 10-block Downtown

Read More »

Ups and Downs

Charles Schultz, the famous American cartoonist, experienced sorrow and disappointments during the early part of his life and once described his life as one of rejection. His mother, with whom

Read More »