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How to keep your pets safe during peak of summer heat wave

For our four-legged friends, the dangers of summer don’t end with the annoyance of constant fireworks during the week of Independence Day.  Just as their...

I’s dotted, T’s crossed as Tabernacle prepares for school reopening

Meeting with Mercer officials offers strategies as plans take shape

Influential administrator bids farewell to Seneca High School

Spector closes 17-year career of interacting with students

Restructured camp experience helps YMCA of the Pines welcome kids back

State guidelines factor into return of summer camp.

Obituary: John C. Stokes

Haddonfield resident, who was active for decades in community and regional affairs, dies.

Lenape Regional’s district committees research and analyze reopening strategies

Plans are formulated for an expected Sept. 8 return to learning

Photos: Golden Eagles soar to alumni status

Students become alumni as Seneca High Schools bids farewell to their senior class.

Carranza memorial ceremony shines light on Mexican-American relations

Annual July tribute to aviator emphasizes bonds inspired by fatal flight

How to survive a heat wave during a pandemic

After a mild June, summer came in like a lion when the calendar flipped to July. Independence Day weekend brought temperatures north of 90...

Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge begins reopening in stages

Phase one includes limited use of the nature center and camps
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