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Deputy Director Ed McDonnell will be recognized at Camden County College on Aug. 19.
Natalie Franco, a fifth-grade teacher at Gloucester Township Elementary School, was recognized by the New Jersey Department of Education.
The school is looking for businesses to host interns during the 2014-15 school year.
Five will run for three seats on the Black Horse Pike Regional School District Board.
See the full list of graduates from this year's class.
Julia Cazan, a junior at Philadelphia University, was the recipient of the scholarship made available through the New Jersey Apartment Association.
The program began in September of 2010 with the goal of educating high school students who excelled academically and planned to pursue a college degree in the medical field.
The students earned a record number of points participating in a program using Accelerated Reader.
A total of 50 workers were laid off without warning last week, the Courier Post reports.
Two Kindergarten students were diagnosed with cancer last year.
Bianca Nataloni was left out of the 2014 Cherry Hill High School East yearbook.
The district is one of three in Camden County and seven statewide being sued, the Courier Post reports.
Kris Kollouri has been named to the position, the Courier Post reports.
The graduates will study for a baccalaureate degree through Penn’s College of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies.
Commencement begins at 10 a.m.
Cade is a 13-year resident of the township. He was selected by the County Executive Superintendent when the board was unable to make a selection last month.
It earned the bronze medal in U.S. News and World Report's nationwide ranking of test scores, college readiness and student to teacher ratio.
Camden County Executive Superintendent Peggy Nicolosi received six applications for the position and hopes to conduct interviews on Tuesday.
Students will be honored May 6 at the Collingswood Ballroom.
Dr. Janice Joseph is a Distinguished Professor of Criminal Justice at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. Her name is attached to a new award recognizing minority and female scholars