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Hamilton Mall store not affected by J.C. Penney closure announcement

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, January 17, 2014 10:02 am

As part of its turnaround efforts, the company will be closing 33 underperforming stores across the country. As part of its turnaround efforts, the company will be closing 33 underperforming stores across the country. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – J.C. Penney in the Hamilton Mall has been spared from the list of stores the company intends to close in 2014, according to an announcement from the firm.

"As part of its turnaround efforts, the company will be closing 33 underperforming stores across the country in order to focus its resources on the company's highest potential growth opportunities," the company announced in a news release Wednesday, Jan. 15.

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Body shop helps Mays Landing man receive a Christmas miracle

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Sunday, December 29, 2013 01:24 pm

Charlie Pritchard / Luigi Esposito prepares to enter his new vehicle for the first time. Charlie Pritchard / Luigi Esposito prepares to enter his new vehicle for the first time. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Thanks to a co-worker who refers to him as a member of the family, Luigi Esposito found himself sitting behind the wheel of a reconditioned 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer, which he received on Friday, Dec. 27.

The vehicle was presented to him in a ceremony at Admiral Auto Body in Mays Landing as part of the dealership’s role in the Acoat selected Benevolence Program, which presents refurbished cars to deserving individuals or organizations during the holiday season.

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Residents of Egg Harbor City’s newest development love their homes

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Sunday, November 24, 2013 09:00 am

Charlie Pritchard / A construction crew works at the site of one of the homes currently under construction. Charlie Pritchard / A construction crew works at the site of one of the homes currently under construction. EGG HARBOR CITY – The Neighborhoods at Cedar Creek is a relatively new community located at the northern end of Egg Harbor City, bounded by Moss Mill Road and Philadelphia Avenue. There are currently 15 homes that have been completed and sold by developer Brad Haber, and the common theme throughout the development is that the residents love their new homes.

Pamela Baylock shares a typical reaction when asked about her home.

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Local produce store a welcome addition to Egg Harbor City

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Wednesday, November 20, 2013 12:03 am

Charlie Pritchard / City resident Connie Kuehner likes the fact that you can buy items in small quantities and claims that Dollar Fresh is a great addition to the community. Charlie Pritchard / City resident Connie Kuehner likes the fact that you can buy items in small quantities and claims that Dollar Fresh is a great addition to the community. EGG HARBOR CITY – A little more than a month has passed since one of Egg Harbor City’s newest businesses opened, and already it has attracted a steady stream of loyal customers.

Dollar Fresh is primarily a produce market where every item in the store sells for one dollar. According to proprietor Liz Macrie, the vast majority of the fruits and vegetables that they sell are locally grown. Macrie is very qualified to manage the operation, one of three stores owned by her cousin Peter Macrie, having grown up in a farm family.

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