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Assemblywoman Maria Rodriguez-Gregg takes part in overnight sleep-out for homeless youth

Assemblywoman Maria Rodriguez-Gregg did more than talk about the issue of homeless youth on April 11. The Republican assemblywoman, who represents Burlington, Atlantic and Camden counties, took part in an overnight sleep-out in order to draw attention to a social problem that exists across the country. Rodriguez-Gregg helped raise $2,000 in the sleep-out event.

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Marlton Elementary School holds annual spring concert

It was another sign of spring in Marlton on the night of April 7 when Marlton Elementary School held its annual spring concert.

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Assembly Republican Christopher J. Brown offers statement on proposed budget

Assembly Republican Christopher J. Brown, a member of the Assembly Budget Committee, issued the a statement after David J. Rosen from the Office of Legislative Services delivered testimony about the proposed FY 2015 budget.

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Enrollment in Evesham Child Care’s Teddy Bear Academy continues at brisk pace

Enrollment in Evesham Child Care’s Teddy Bear Academy continues at a brisk pace as the district gears up for a June 30 opening. More than half of the available 90 spots at Teddy Bear Academy have been filled since last month’s open house, underlining the need and interest in the community’s newest childcare program. Evesham Child Care developed the program for children aged six weeks to pre-kindergarten in response to the expressed needs of working families.

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Evesham Township Police Department adds Pinterest to social media arsenal

The Evesham Police Department is proud to announce that they have added Pinterest to their social media arsenal. ETPD launched the Pinterest page as a tool to publicize recovered property in hopes of reuniting people with their belongings.