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Bell Oaks Students Help to Distribute 2,000 Flags at St. Mary’s  Cemetery

To commemorate Memorial Day, approximately 2,000 flags were recently distributed at New St. Mary’s Cemetery in Bellmawr by Bell Oaks Upper Elementary School students and members of VFW 9563 and VFW 7410. Bellmawr Councilman Ray Bider, who is also the President of VFW 9563 Men’s Auxiliary, said the flag distribution is an annual event conducted […]

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Additional Information on Bellmawr’s 2016 Budget

Today, the Borough of Bellmawr uploaded some additional information concerning Bellmawr’s 2016 Budget.   Additional information is below: 2016 Adopted Budget 2016 Explanation of Tax Rate *Article updated to indicate that the average house in Bellmawr is assessed at $168,832 and the local tax increase for the average home is $50.65. The monthly council meeting […]

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Bellmawr’s Lady Owls Defend Camden County League Title

Bell Oaks Lady Owls capped off another outstanding season by clinching their division with a 7-1 win today against Brooklawn. In the first inning, sixth grader Alexa Lee came out strong and hit an out-of-the park home run. Head coach Mike Mazzuca said: “We finished the regular season undefeated for the second straight year. The […]

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Bellmawr Librarian Receives Award

Young Adult Services Librarian, Barbra Ayes, holds an award she received at the New Jersey Library Association’s Annual Conference in Atlantic City on Tuesday May 17, 2016. Ayes was honored for her community outreach work at the local high schools in the Bellmawr area. In presenting the award, Devlin, related how high school students at […]

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Bellmawr Zoning Board Approves Liquor Mart Sign

During the April 19 Bellmawr Zoning Board meeting, the Board voted to approve the new sign at the Liquor Mart. In March, the applicant, Sudip Patel, came before the Zoning Board seeking to replace the current illuminated broken sign with the addition of a blinking sign 48″X24″. At that meeting, the Zoning Board members questioned […]