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Bellmawr Gloucester News

9th Annual Ross-Kupcha Memorial Run a Success

On October 25, the 9th Annual Ross-Kupcha Memorial Run took place in National Park, N.J. The run is held in memory of Browning Ross, a two-time Olympian and Gloucester Catholic track and cross country coach, and also Bob Kupcha, an orthopedic surgeon and war veteran. This year, the memorial run raised money for the Camilla Hall […]

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Mt. Ephraim News

Mt. Ephraim School Board Members File Ethics Complaint Against President

In August, 2015, Mt.  Ephraim Board of Education members, Deena Noonan, Nicholas Salamone, and Diane Vilardo, filed an Ethics Complaint with the School Ethics Commission against Board President, Joan Greenwood, claiming Greenwood violated the code of ethics for school board members. At issue is the statement that Greenwood made as BOE president on July 13 concerning […]

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Mt. Ephraim News

Mt. Ephraim BOE Hires Special Counsel

A Resolution was read following an Executive Session at Monday’s Mt. Ephraim Board of Education (BOE) meeting that would appoint special counsel to represent board president, Joan Greenwood for the Ethics Complaint filed against her. The Resolution, read aloud by board member, Pat Blaylock stated: “Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent that the Board of […]

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Bellmawr News

Aviary Closes at Westbrook Lanes

When going bowling at Westbrook Lanes, stopping at the large bird cage at the center’s entrance is as much a part of the visit as getting a pair of bowling shoes, hoping for a strike, or playing pinball. That changed when the decision was made to close the aviary for good. Sisters, Daria Giles and […]