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Special meeting for all UFCW Local 152, Local 1360 & RWDSU 1034, Superfresh and Pathmark members We will be holding
A&P Update to all Local 152 Members of Super Fresh and Pathmark We are disheartened and disappointed that 10 A&P-owned
Rename the Newsletter! We are seeking suggestions for new names for the Local 152 Unity newsletter. Please send your ideas
General Membership Meeting Times: 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Locations: Southern New Jersey VFW #2445 914 East Main Street Maple
President Brian String's letter to all A&P Members President Brian String's letter to all A&P Members Announcement of A&P Bankruptcy
NBC40 News, May 5, 2011 MILLVILLE -- The Wal-Mart in Millville opened in 1995, and has been so successful that
The News of Cumberland County, May 4, 2011 MILLVILLE — The application regarding expanding the existing Walmart in Cumberland Crossing
Philly Blurbs, March 24, 2011 CINNAMINSON - Approval of a proposed expansion of the Walmart on Route 130 at the
Sprawl-Busters Newsflash Blog, March 24, 2011 The Township of Cinnaminson, New Jersey describes itself as "a community of families, neighbors
Sprawl-Busters Newsflash Blog, March 22, 2011 On November 15, 2010, Sprawl-Busters reported that officials in one New Jersey township had
NBC40 News, March 21, 2011 EGG HARBOR TWP.-- For the past seven years Wal-mart has been fighting opposition to build
Sprawl-Busters Newsflash Blog, January 14, 2011 Most people would never fight with a snake. But not Wal-Mart. They've been fighting
Sprawl-Busters Newsflash Blog, November 15, 2010 It's not fair to make Wal-Mart pay its full property tax bill-so officials in
Sprawl-Busters Newsflash Blog, October 9, 2010 Residents in Millville, New Jersey don't have far to travel to find a plentiful
Sprawl-Busters Newsflash Blog, August 18, 2010 For companies like Wal-Mart, silence is golden. If they can silence their opponents, they