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Rutgers law student and volunteer for Medical Students for Masks, Becca Yankelevich, is helping to collect donations of masks, gloves, and other protective gear for hospitals, health centers, and other organizations in the Philadelphia area.
The 6th Annual Delaware River Watershed Forum will be held Sept. 25th and Sept. 26th at The Grand Hotel, 1045 Beach Ave, Cape May, N.J.
The Bellmawr Board of Education (BOE) held a special meeting on July 25, 2018 to appprove $513,967 appropriation of additional State Aid.
James Roberts, 74, who has been involved in the Boy Scouts for 40 years and a Master Scout Leader for Boy Scout Troop 132 in Sicklerville has been charged with distribution of child pornography and possession of child pornography.
Atlantic City Electric customers will benefit from a $26-million effort to trim trees and remove vegetation along nearly 1,800 miles of aerial electric lines in 2018. This work, which will continue through the year, will help maintain safe and reliable service for about 135,000 customers.
Jonathan Grekstas is this year’s recipient of the Second Annual Michael S. Curwin Memorial Scholarship. The Curwin Scholarship provides a paid summer internship for a law student interested in pursuing a career as a prosecutor.
Curaleaf, a provider of high-quality, reliable and safe cannabinoid-based products, officially opened a new dispensary across the street from its current Bellmawr location, formerly known as Compassionate Sciences. Totaling 6,150 square-feet in size, the new Bellmawr dispensary is the largest medical cannabis dispensary on the East Coast.
Bellmawr Borough has agreed to settle a lawsuit for $16,000 that was filed against Camden Iron Metal and two other defendants. A truck that was overloaded with scrap metal collided with an overpass and damaged a municipal water line and supports.
Virtua Medical Group, P.A. (“VMG”), a network of physicians exclusively affiliated with more than 50 South Jersey medical and surgical practices, has agreed to pay $417,816 and improve data security practices to settle allegations it failed to properly protect the privacy of more than 1,650 patients whose medical records were made viewable on the internet as a result of a server misconfiguration by a private vendor.