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Vineland is located in southern New Jersey. Charles K. Landis, the city's founder, discovered that the soil was well-suited for growing grapes and began advertising to Italian grape growers in order to attract them to Vineland. Even the name of the city hints at its grape growing capabilities. When Thomas Bramwell Welch discovered a pasteurization process that prevents the fermentation of grapes, he founded Welch's Grape Juice in Vineland and purchased locally-grown grapes to make his "unfermented wine" or grape juice.
Local Newspapers: The New York Times The Hammonton Gazette
Local Sports Teams: New Jersey Devils New Jersey Gladiators New Jersey Nets
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Towns/Cities near vineland, new jersey : Millville Newfield Buena Bridgeton Laurel Lake Clayton
Courchesne Larose expands warehouse
Courchesne Larose added significant square footage to it's Montreal warehouse this year, after building the combined office and warehouse only six years ago. Photo courtesy GKC Architects Major Montreal wholesaler Courchesne Larose added 78,000 square feet to its 105,000-square-foot Anjou warehouse this fall.Poultry processing company hopes to open new facility
According to the New Jersey Economic Development Authority Board, Vineland Poultry has been approved for the Grow NJ program. The company will be awarded $2.2 million in tax credits over a 10-year term.He thought he could beat heroin on his own. But he died trying, family says
Two days after her great-nephew was found dead in an overgrown lot in Vineland, Darlene Whilden said the child she raised was a sweet, smart kid who liked to fish and swim with his friends. "I tried to be a good parent to him and tell him how much I loved him.Is your holiday display the best and brightest? Enter to win this lighting contest
The City of Vineland and the Vineland Municipal Utilities have announced plans for the 2017 David Di Giovacchino Holiday Lighting Contest. The contest is an opportunity for residents to showcase their creative talents with amazing holiday displays.Vintage photos of signs in N.J.
"Signs, signs, everywhere there's signs, blockin' out the scenery, breakin' my mind. Do this, don't do that, can't you read the sign?" Can you name the song and the band? The answer will be provided at the end.Driving Away a Winner
CONGRATS TO DARLENE FIEDLER of Vineland who was named this year's winner of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland & Salem Counties car raffle during the Deerfield Harvest Festival. Fiedler, who purchased ticket No.Putting the Happy in Thanksgiving
Our Lady of Mercy Academy students and families gathered nearly 1,100 food items in cooperation with the newly chartered Rotary Club of Tri-County and the Boys & Girls Club. Students transported the donated items to the Boys & Girls Club in Vineland for sorting and packing.Put facts of police merger plan on the table | Editorial
Earlier this year, Buena Borough in Atlantic County made a difficult decision to eliminate its stand-alone police force. The borough used what may have been a perfect mechanism to find a shared-services replacement.Fireball seen streaking through Jersey sky
Almost 70 people reported seeing a fireball passing over the mid-Atlantic on Friday night, the second fireball spotted from New Jersey in two months. The reports included nine from the central and southern parts of New Jersey , including Trenton, Voorhees, Vineland, Ocean City and Stone Harbor, according to a log on the American Meteor Society website.Parade Around Town This Weekend
For those who enjoy a festive parade, this is the weekend for you as Cumberland County's three major cities each host a Christmas parade. Leading off, Millville presents a Star-Spangled Christmas Parade at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 24. Parade route runs from Harrison Avenue to City Hall.Lidl vs. Aldi: How N.J.'s newest discount grocer compares to its competition
New Jersey shoppers now have more ways to reduce their food bill, after German discount grocer Lidl opened its first store l ast week - with at least a half dozen more soon to follow. Lidl, like its German relative Aldi, has its sights set on cost-conscious grocery shoppers.Bridgeton man sitting on a porch shot in the leg, police say
A man who was sitting on a porch in Bridgeton was sent to the hospital Sunday after being shot in the leg. Bridgeton Police said the man, who is believed to be in his 50s, was sitting outside on a porch located on the 200 block of South Pine Street around 10 p.m. Sunday when he saw a man riding a bicycle meet up with the driver of a Hyundai vehicle believed to be either brown or maroon.Lidl opens its first grocery store in New Jersey
A long line of people stood outside on a brisk and cloudy Thursday to get a glimpse of a new grocery store in Vineland. Lidl, an international discount chain, opened its first location in New Jersey and celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.Vineland bank robber who fled on bike gets 15 years in prison
According to Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae, 53-year-old Leonard Johnson was sentenced to 15 years in prison by Superior Court judge Cristen P. D'Arrigo. Because of the No Early Release Act, he must serve at least 85 percent of his sentence before being eligible for parole.District failed to protect student from being 'naked buddies' with teacher
Text message exchanges between Richard Super and a 13-year-old student, according to a lawsuit filed against Vineland schools. CAMDEN -- Teachers, principals and administrators in the Vineland school district knew about a teacher who was preying on a 13-year-old female student and administrators did not act quickly to prevent it, the guardian of the child alleges in a federal lawsuit.Paul Jost performs 'Book Faded Brown'
Imagine writing a song so good that rock legends Carl Perkins, The Band, and Rick Danko want to record it. That's what happened when Vineland's Paul Jost wrote "Book Faded Brown," which also appears on his CD "Breaking Through."
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