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11/17/2017 11:23 AM
Authorities: Arrest made in slaying of woman house-sitting

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11/14/2017 10:44 AM
Fall musical makes a comeback after 10 years at Gateway High School

WOODBURY HEIGHTS -- It's been 10 years since students of Gateway High School sang and danced in a fall musical, but a group of seniors got together and proved the show must go on. Over summer, a group of theater-lovers and members of the Class of 2018 made the decision to do a senior project complete with a song and dance -- a completely student run, student funded musical.

11/12/2017 09:32 AM
Husband-and-wife team named winners of the Founder's Cup | Bob Shryock

The husband-and-wife team of Bernadette and Lee Spector, co-owners of Gray Fox Animal Hospital, have been selected as winners of the 2017 Greater Woodbury Chamber of Commerce Founder's Cup award and will be honored Wednesday, Nov. 15, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Auletto's Catering in Almonesson. Tickets are $37 per person but must be issued electronically in advance of the event.

10/31/2017 03:07 PM
Woodbury Kiwanis host discussion on criminal justice reform

WOODBURY -- The Kiwanis Club of Greater Woodbury invites the public to a presentation by Hon. Benjamin C. Telsey, A.J.S.C., about New Jersey's Criminal Justice Reform during the noon-time lunch meeting on Nov. 9. Telsey will explain the goals of Criminal Justice Reform and how public safety concerns have been built into every aspect of the new procedures.

10/22/2017 11:19 AM
Heritage's celebrates 60 years with new store grand opening

The family owned company has grown substantially since 1957 and celebrated with the grand opening of a West Deptford location at Grove and Mantua Grove roads on Oct. 10. The family opened its first store in Westville on Oct. 10, 1957. In addition to milk, they sold bread, cigarettes and many other convenience store staples in the days before Wawa.