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EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP – The Egg Harbor Township Recreation Commission recognized Kristy Gargan with its 2015 EHT volunteer coach of the year award at its March 23 meeting. Gargan is the head coach of the Egg Harbor Township Lacrosse Association Running Eagles program’s 7- and 8- year-old team.

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Slaybaugh Primary School first-grader Nevaeh Santiago got a surprise Friday, Jan. 22 when her mother, Stardust Santiago, visited her class. Her mother, who serves in the U.S. Air Force, has been on a tour of duty in Kuwait since August and was due to return Monday but arrived early and surpr…

Egg Harbor Township resident Jackson Hunter, 4, attended the exclusive “Books Build Character” event at Lincoln Financial Field on Monday, Nov. 9 and got the chance to interact with Philadelphia Eagles players Jon Dorenbos, a long snapper, and Brandon Bair, a defensive end.

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EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - Egg Harbor Township Police Officer Larry Graham was recognized as one of the officers of the year by the AMVETS and the Egg Harbor Township Elks. Each year the two organizations single out one officer from the township and one from Somers Point.

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Good Morning America and David Copperfield visited the Atlantic City Free Public Library on Sept. 9 to surprise local magician Chad Juros. Juros, an Egg Harbor Township resident, was the winner of GMA’s “Above and Beyond” contest for his work with pediatric cancer patients through his Spread…

Chad Penny stands with his girlfriend Jena Johns during his recent graduation from St. Augustine Preparatory School in May. Johns, also of Egg Harbor Township, just graduated as valedictorian from CharterTech High School for the Performing Arts and is headed to the U.S. Air Force Academy as …

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The U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City honored Chief Aviation Maintenance Technician Brian Folk in a retirement ceremony Friday, June 19 at the station. Folk, who oversaw the aviation engineering department, served for nearly 27 years. In the photo, Folk walks away from his final Coa…

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EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP – The Egg Harbor Township Recreation Commission recognized Kristy Gargan with its 2015 EHT volunteer coach of the year award at its March 23 meeting. Gargan is the head coach of the Egg Harbor Township Lacrosse Association Running Eagles program’s 7- and 8- year-old team.

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Slaybaugh Primary School first-grader Nevaeh Santiago got a surprise Friday, Jan. 22 when her mother, Stardust Santiago, visited her class. Her mother, who serves in the U.S. Air Force, has been on a tour of duty in Kuwait since August and was due to return Monday but arrived early and surpr…

Egg Harbor Township resident Jackson Hunter, 4, attended the exclusive “Books Build Character” event at Lincoln Financial Field on Monday, Nov. 9 and got the chance to interact with Philadelphia Eagles players Jon Dorenbos, a long snapper, and Brandon Bair, a defensive end.

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EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - Egg Harbor Township Police Officer Larry Graham was recognized as one of the officers of the year by the AMVETS and the Egg Harbor Township Elks. Each year the two organizations single out one officer from the township and one from Somers Point.

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Good Morning America and David Copperfield visited the Atlantic City Free Public Library on Sept. 9 to surprise local magician Chad Juros. Juros, an Egg Harbor Township resident, was the winner of GMA’s “Above and Beyond” contest for his work with pediatric cancer patients through his Spread…

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EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP – South Jersey magician Chad Juros will have a chance to fool the magic-comedy team of Penn Jillette and Raymond Teller in an episode of their television show “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” airing this month.

CHICAGO, Ill. – Eighteen members of Egg Harbor Township High School’s Future Business Leaders of America attended FBLA’s National Leadership Conference in Chicago from June 27 to July 3.

Marcuz Kyle V. Ygana of Egg Harbor Township was honored at a regional awards ceremony for academically advanced children, sponsored by the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth.

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