Hit or Miss

by South Jersey Magazine | Jan 23, 2020
Hit or Miss

Updates from the South Jersey region.

Seneca High School’s innovative therapy dog program is making a noticeable difference. Penny, the school’s therapy dog, regularly visits classes and counseling sessions to bring comfort and stress relief.

Haddonfield Memorial High School is now one of 1,800 schools worldwide to be implementing the APCapstone diploma program allowing students to develop skills necessary for college.

The Cherry Hill Motor Vehicle Commission is one of 17 agencies statewide to start issuing New Jersey REAL IDs by appointment.

The craft store, A.C. Moore, which first opened in Moorestown, will close all of itslocations with 40 of them being converted into Michael’scraft stores, their longtime competitor.

Three Rowan University students have died by suicide this semester. The tragedies have caused panic and an outreach for more counselors to provide mental health services.

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A couple was arrested after allegedly bringing a loaded handgun into AMC Marlton 8 movie theater. A search of the couple’s vehicle led to the discovery of two stun guns and pepper spray as well.

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Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Magazine, Volume 16, Issue 10 (January 2020).

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