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Walking Tour Finale

The finish line is in sight on the last leg of our “walking tour” of The Ave—the south side of the block between West Avenue

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Tourism Dollars

Tourism is growing throughout our community and Cumberland County. In 2018, $44.7 billion (yes, billion) was spent in New Jersey by residents and out of

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Food ‘Farmacies’

What do food deserts, poverty, and lack of transportation all have in common? They can prevent individuals and communities from eating a healthy diet, ultimately

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A Lasting Legacy

The Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) presented its three annual awards and one special award for outstanding service and noteworthy

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Roses Are Red

For centuries, the color red has been associated with passion, deep love, desire, and romance—so naturally, it’s the hue of choice for Valentine’s Day, the

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A Lasting Legacy

The Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) presented its three annual awards and one special award for outstanding service and noteworthy philanthropy at its January 6

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Humane to Humanity

“The game of life is a struggle to survive.” These powerful words, which come from the song The Game of Life (Score) by underrated Hip

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Early Literacy

When Cara McCollum founded the Birthday Book Project as a teenager in Forrest City, Arkansas, it’s likely she didn’t know the local impact the project

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Online Edition

Walking Tour Finale

The finish line is in sight on the last leg of our “walking tour” of The Ave—the south side of the block between West Avenue

Read More »

Tourism Dollars

Tourism is growing throughout our community and Cumberland County. In 2018, $44.7 billion (yes, billion) was spent in New Jersey by residents and out of

Read More »