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  1. Medford won't buy cemeteries after allRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Philly.com

    The idea of buying cemeteries to generate revenue did not immediately appeal to Medford Township officials when the owner first made the unusual offer in 2012. But they mulled the projected earnings of Park View Cemetery at Historic Medford Village and Park View Cemetery at Kirby's Mill, and decided the idea had merit.

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  2. Anne Wood, 88, educatorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Philly.com

    Life celebration services are to be held Saturday, April 18, and Sunday, April 19, for Anne Wood, 88, of Medford, who died of a heart attack last Nov. 24 soon after arriving in Portland, Maine, to visit family. Miss Wood, a longtime teacher and administrator at Westtown School in Chester County, was stricken as she collected her luggage at the Portland International Jetport.

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  3. Medford cemetery deal falls throughRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Philly.com

    The idea of buying cemeteries to generate revenue didn't immediately appeal to Medford Township officials when the owner first made the unusual offer in 2012. They were skeptical.

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  4. VOA gets $6.3 million to move to CamdenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Philly.com

    A Collingswood nonprofit will receive $6.3 million in tax incentives to move its headquarters to Camden, making it the latest entity to relocate there with help from the state Economic Development Authority . The EDA on Tuesday approved the request by Volunteers of America Delaware Valley, a Christian ministry that has an office in Camden as well as offices in other locations in the area, for $633,750 in breaks annually for 10 years.

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  5. Stuart Younkin, 103, researcherRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Philly.com

    While studying for bachelor's and master's degrees at Iowa State University in the late 1930s, "he was living on a farm" near campus, his daughter, Rebecca Kotrba said. "He was milking cows in the morning and at night" for the farm family, and tending to his studies the rest of the time.

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  6. Firm gets $6.3 million to move to CamdenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Philly.com

    A Collingswood nonprofit will receive $6.3 million in tax incentives to move its headquarters to Camden, making it the latest company to relocate there with help from the state Economic Development Authority. The EDA on Tuesday approved the request by Volunteers of America Delaware Valley, a Christian ministry that already has an office in Camden and in other locations around the area, for $633,750 in breaks annually for 10 years.

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  7. Camden CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | Philly.com

    CHERRY HILL Libraries are about more than books now - they're community centers, says Katie Hardesty, spokeswoman for the Cherry Hill Public Library. So while the circulation of printed materials has declined, Cherry Hill's digital circulation and community programming are growing, said Hardesty, who is also director of special events at the library.

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  8. From parking lot to practice facility on Camden s Waterfront. The...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 31 | Philly.com

    So many companies are getting money from New Jersey to move into Camden, real estate people are starting to run out of move-in-ready places to stick them. It's also grants to smaller companies, like Berry & Homer , which makes those fabric ads companies put on vehicles or buildings.

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  9. Walter B. Freas Jr., 80, TV programmerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 30 | Philly.com

    Walter B. Freas Jr. had a job that took him to public schools throughout New Jersey and, his son Walter B. III said, "he loved that job." As director of education and outreach for the former New Jersey Network, "if a teacher said, 'I'd like to have a program in Spanish,' he would take that back," to his bosses for consideration.

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  10. Best not to forget the past of Milton StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 29 | Philly.com

    To those too young to recall, T. Milton Street can be an imposing figure. He's smart, has experience in politics dating back to the 1970s, and, at age 75, has lost none of his panache and his quick wit.

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  11. Ruby Marshall, 76, longtime teacherRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Philly.com

    Ruby Smith Marshall was known at William Allen Middle School in Moorestown as the leaf book lady, said a daughter, Robbin Williams. At the beginning of each school year, her students would have to go out and get leaves on field trips to nearby Strawbridge Lake Park or down in the Pine Barrens.

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  12. Street stays on ballotRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 25, 2015 | Philly.com

    That's what Common Pleas Judge Chris Wogan ruled yesterday after concluding that the lawyer who filed a challenge to Street's candidacy for mayor of Philadelphia had failed to meet his "huge burden." Attorney Kevin Greenberg, who represented Joseph Coccio Jr., secretary-treasurer of the Transit Workers Local 234, said he would discuss with his client the possibility of appealing Wogan's decision to Commonwealth Court.

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  13. Judge: M. Street stays on mayoral ballotRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 25, 2015 | Philly.com

    Former state Sen T. Milton Street Sr. will remain on Philadelphia's Democratic primary ballot for mayor after a judge ruled Wednesday against a challenger who claimed Street really lives in New Jersey. Common Pleas Judge Chris Wogan ruled that the challenge filed by lawyer Kevin Greenberg was flawed because it was based on a 78-year-old law that was not relevant.

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  14. Judy De Obaldia, microbiology unit supervisor and educatorRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2015 | Philly.com

    Judy Petrillo De Obaldia, 63, of Moorestown, microbiology laboratory supervisor at Cooper University Hospital from 1981 to 1996, died of breast cancer Thursday, March 19, at home. Born in Long Branch, N.J., Mrs. De Obaldia graduated from Moorestown High School in 1969 and earned a bachelor's degree in microbiology at the University of Rhode Island in 1975.

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  15. Ferrick: My long, strange trip following Milton Street from home to homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2015 | Philly.com

    With apologies to Yogi Berra, it was deja vu all over again when I read that a labor leader had filed suit challenging Milton Street's candidacy, partly based on questions about his residency. The allegation is that Street, who is a Democratic candidate for mayor, lives in New Jersey, not on the 2200 block of West Firth Street in North Philly.

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  16. Milton Street's mayoral run faces challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 16, 2015 | Philly.com

    Street on Monday became the first candidate to have his spot on the May 19 Philadelphia mayoral primary ballot challenged in court. A former state senator, Street filed nomination petitions last week to run for mayor as a Democrat, though city and state records list him as a registered independent since 2012.

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  17. In N.J., honoring towering advocate of women's rightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2015 | Philly.com

    She focused on the future - on a day when equality for women finally would be enshrined in the U.S. Constitution. So I imagine the pioneering suffragist and feminist would feel right at home at today's Paulsdale, headquarters of an educational and advocacy organization that carries on her mission.

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  18. Carmella Ulissi Dixon, 87, Penn administrative assistant; teacherRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2015 | Philly.com

    Carmella Ulissi Dixon, 87, of Moorestown, an administrative assistant in the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Pennsylvania from 1971 to 1996, died of congestive heart failure Wednesday, Feb. 25, at the Samaritan Hospice Inpatient Center in Mount Holly. She was president of the Lincoln-Civil War Society of Philadelphia in the 1960s and editor in those years of its monthly publication, Born in Camden, Mrs. Dixon was valedictorian of her 1945 graduating class at Burlington City High School and earned a bachelor's degree in English and Spanish at Douglass College of Rutgers University in 1949.

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  19. Christie reaffirms commitment to N.J.Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | Philly.com

    Gov. Christie will be in Washington on Thursday, and then California on Friday and Saturday. Next week, he'll travel to Florida and Iowa.

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  20. Back to town halls, Christie tries to sell new pension planRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | Philly.com

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is back on the town-hall circuit for the first time in six months with a focus on selling voters his latest plan for a public worker pension and health benefit overhaul. And while he's at it, the Republican is telling the people in his home state that he's still in charge, even as he considers whether to run for president next year.

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