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|Vineland Elks donate to area organizations - Vineland Daily Journal|
|Vineland Daily JournalVineland Elks donate to area organizationsVineland Daily JournalVINELAND – Vineland Elks Lodge No. 1422 recently donated $2,000 from a Gratuity Grant received by the Elks National Foundation to area organizations. Recipients of the grant are: •Vineland Senior Center, $500. •Cumberland Family Shelter, $500.
|24th Annual Cruise Down Memory Lane Returns to Downtown Vineland - SNJ Today|
|SNJ Today24th Annual Cruise Down Memory Lane Returns to Downtown VinelandSNJ TodayVINELAND — Vintage and exotic cars will again line Landis Avenue as Cruise Down Memory Lane—The Largest True Cruise in New Jersey—returns to downtown Vineland on Saturday, June 13th from 5 to 10 p.m.Main Street Vineland will be organizing this ...
|Vineland High's slam poetry team takes first place - Vineland Daily Journal|
|Vineland Daily JournalVineland High's slam poetry team takes first placeVineland Daily JournalVINELAND – Students from Vineland High School 's slam poetry team, Voices Holding Stories, placed first in South Jersey's first teen slam competition, "One Voice, One Mic." The event was hosted by VHS on May 15. Teams from five high schools competed ...
|Vineland Police for May 25 - Vineland Daily Journal|
|Vineland Daily JournalVineland Police for May 25Vineland Daily Journal•Chris S. Johnson, 18, of the 900 block of New Pear Street, Vineland, was charged with possession of marijuana (under 50 grams) after Officer A. Santiago investigated why a vehicle was parked behind the Vineland Public Library after closing hours. He ...
|Vineland, Millville salute veterans - Vineland Daily Journal|
|Vineland Daily JournalVineland, Millville salute veteransVineland Daily JournalMemorial Day parades wound through the center city areas of Millville and Vineland as both communities remembered their war dead as well as serving members and veterans. When it came to speakers, the cities ended up borrowing from each other for this ...