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Two suspects still sought in shed burglaries

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, October 21, 2014 03:41 pm

Carlos Soler Carlos Soler Tyler Gallagher Tyler Gallagher HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Two suspects remain at large and four have been charged in connection with a series of burglaries from sheds over the past year, the Township of Hamilton Police Department announced today (Tuesday, Oct. 21).

Carlos Soler, 26, and Tyler Gallagher, 20, of Mays Landing remain at large with warrants for their arrest, police said.

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Atlantic County Institute of Technology information session

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, October 21, 2014 11:27 am

Atlantic County Institute of Technology will be holding Information Sessions for potential students and their parents at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tuesday Oct. 21. All Atlantic County eighth grade students and their parents are invited to come and learn about the school, programs, athletics and activities offered. An informational presentation will be given, self guided tours will be available along with students and teachers on-sight to answer questions.

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Rotary Club Halloween Parade to celebrate 60th anniversary with special feature

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Tuesday, October 21, 2014 09:12 am

Edward Warren, Jr. and Laura Cortese. Edward Warren, Jr. and Laura Cortese. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – When the annual Halloween Parade in Mays Landing, sponsored by the Mays Landing Rotary Club, kicks off at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 30, it will mark the 60th anniversary of the popular event. And for two parade participants, it will be the date that will mark their future anniversaries.

During last year’s parade, then mayor and now Deputy Mayor Amy Gatto noticed that parade viewers were watching the parade while dining in the courtyard next to Brownies Squared on Main Street. Jealous that she wasn’t able to participate in that experience due to marching in the parade she brainstormed with the bakery’s owner Chris Groome as to how to incorporate a dining event into the parade.

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Egg Harbor City Council gets update on senior housing project

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Monday, October 20, 2014 09:12 am

Conifer Senior Vice President of Development Charles Lewis provided an update on the progress of Rittenberg Manor to council and the residents in attendance at the meeting. Conifer Senior Vice President of Development Charles Lewis provided an update on the progress of Rittenberg Manor to council and the residents in attendance at the meeting. EGG HARBOR CITY – What began as an informative update on the ongoing Conifer senior housing project on the site of the former Fanny D. Rittenberg School eventually turned into a contentious discussion between Councilman Clifford Mays, Jr. and his colleagues and an audience member at the council meeting on Thursday, October 16.

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UPDATE: ACIT searched for weapons after bullet is found on campus

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Written by Laura Stetser Friday, October 17, 2014 02:46 pm

Charlie Pritchard/Township of Hamilton Police Department K-9 enters ACIT as students are being dismissed Friday, Oct. 17. Charlie Pritchard/Township of Hamilton Police Department K-9 enters ACIT as students are being dismissed Friday, Oct. 17. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Atlantic County Institute of Technology students were gradually dismissed around 2:30 p.m. after being under a lockdown for several hours Friday, Oct. 17, after a bullet was found on school property.

Every student, every room, and every locker was searched, according to an eyewitness at the scene.

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Oakcrest Girls' Athletic Association raises money for breast cancer research

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Written by Julie Hazard Friday, October 17, 2014 10:23 am

Students showed support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, forming the word HOPE in the gym. Students showed support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, forming the word HOPE in the gym. Oakcrest Girls' Athletic Association sponsored several activities at the school Oct. 10, with all proceeds benefiting breast cancer research.  Faculty and staff participated in Denim Day, contributing $5 to wear denim for the day, as well as wearing pink in support of cancer awareness.  Students and staff also donated new hats to the Childhood Cancer Awareness Fund, and students paid $1 to be able to wear a hat throughout the day. 

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Girl Scouts attend first ‘Mental Health Awareness Day’

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, October 17, 2014 09:57 am

Mays Landing Girl Scouts show the bookmarks they created at one of the badge-earning stations. They are Isabella Gatto, 11;  Gwen Gatto, 9; and Lauren Ulland, 11.Mays Landing Girl Scouts show the bookmarks they created at one of the badge-earning stations. They are Isabella Gatto, 11;  Gwen Gatto, 9; and Lauren Ulland, 11. Mays Landing Girl Scouts show the bookmarks they created at one of the badge-earning stations. They are Isabella Gatto, 11; Gwen Gatto, 9; and Lauren Ulland, 11. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – More than 70 area Girl Scouts attended a first-of-its kind on the East Coast event at the William Davies School in Mays Landing Oct. 4. 

“Mental Health Awareness Day: Start the Conversation” provided a unique opportunity to receive a mental health awareness badge created by the International Bipolar Foundation.

 “The opportunity exists to help teach troop leaders and Scouts about both mental health and mental illness,” said Muffy Walker, chairwoman of the IBF. 

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Black Horse Pike crash claims Williamstown woman, 25

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Written by James Fitzpatrick Friday, October 17, 2014 09:14 am

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – A 25-year-old Gloucester County woman died Thursday afternoon, Oct. 16, from injuries sustained in a one-car crash on the Black Horse Pike, according to the Township of Hamilton Police Department.

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UPDATE: Black Horse Pike in Hamilton Township reopened

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Written by Staff Reports Thursday, October 16, 2014 02:21 pm

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP - The Black Horse Pike has been reopened in both directions after a motor vehicle crash earlier today (Thursday, Oct. 16) caused its closure.

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Crafters wanted for Kris Kringle Mart

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, October 15, 2014 03:40 pm

EGG HARBOR CITY – Zion Lutheran Church, 312 Philadelphia Ave., Egg Harbor City will hold its first Kris Kringle Mart on Small Business Saturday Nov. 29, and is looking for crafters.  Cost per space is $20 with or without tables for a 6-foot by 3-foot space. Deadline for applying is Nov. 13.

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