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U.S. Rep. Jon Runyan will hone golf swing during Alzheimer’s Association’s 14th Annual Golf Classic

U.S. Rep. Jon Runyan will hone his golf swing during the Alzheimer’s Association’s 14th Annual Golf Classic May 5, and supporters of the fight against the nation’s sixth leading killer can join him on the links. This year’s tournament will be held at Trump National Golf Course-Philadelphia in Pine Hill, N.J.

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LRHSD to honor those in or joining the military

On May 12, in the Lenape High School auditorium, the Lenape Regional High School District will be honoring students who will be entering the military or military academy. In addition, alumni and employees of the district who are currently serving or are veterans of the Armed Forces will also be honored at this event.


Evans Elementary School hosts annual science fair

Do fruits float or sink? How does light make colors? Why doesn’t the ocean freeze? The answers to those questions and more were on display for more than 150 Evans Elementary School students and their families who packed the halls of the school on the night of April 9 for the second annual Evans Science Fair.

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Did the gamble on Atlantic City not pay off?

The numbers don’t lie – not only is Atlantic City failing, so is gambling nationwide. Even in Las Vegas, the gambling capital of the world, gambling revenue was down to “only” $6.5 billion last year.


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.