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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.

Population: 56271
Local Newspapers: The New York Times The Hammonton Gazette
Local Sports Teams: New Jersey Devils New Jersey Gladiators New Jersey Nets
Local Colleges:

Zip Codes associated with vineland, new jersey:
Towns/Cities near vineland, new jersey : Millville Newfield Buena Bridgeton Laurel Lake Clayton

Vineland News
School wants to fire teacher who allegedly rubbed 'blessed cream' on boy's bare back

A New Jersey school district wants to fire a basketball coach and teacher who allegedly took one of his players to his home and rubbed "blessed cream" on the boy's bare back. Officials in Vineland say Albert D. Porter had "an improper relationship and inappropriate contact" with the student earlier this year.

Quite the Arsenal

Founder's Day, the annual salute to Vineland's heritage sponsored by the Friends of Historic Vineland is slated for 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, May 19 at a new location for this year: Landis Market Place, 631 E. Landis Ave. All events will be held on the upper level. In 2019 the event is expected to move to its new permanent home: Palace of Depression grounds located on Mill Road.

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CONGRATS LYSSA MESSECK. She was voted prettiest hair, best choice outfit, and first runner-up during the Sunburst Beauty Pageant held at the Cumberland Mall in Vineland.

Rise And Dine at CCTEC Fundraiser

Cumberland County Technical Education Center Foundation is hosting Rise And Dine at CCTEC fundraiser on Wednesday, June 27, 2018 from 8-9:30 a.m. at CCTEC's cafeteria, located at 3400 College Drive in Vineland, NJ. In addition to breakfast, guests can tour the school and meet current students.

Delsea Drive-In, NJ's last remaining drive-in theater, is open for the season

The Delsea Drive-In , located in Vineland, is New Jersey's only drive-in. For the next few weeks, it will be open on Fridays and Saturdays.

Credit Unions Host Kid-Friendly Food Drive

Credit unions in southern New Jersey have teamed up to collect donations of kid-friendly food. When the school year ends, some children no longer have access to nutritious food.

Code Blue Sees 36 Percent Assistance Rate Increase

In what was the most true winter the area has experienced in a few years, the assistance rate from the Cumberland County Code Blue Coalition realized a 36 percent assistance rate increase versus the 2016-17 season, according to Robin Weinstein, M25 Initiative president and founder. And, during the month of January alone, Code Blue was in operation for 20 days.

Cities Nominated as Opportunity Zones

The Cumberland County Improvement Authority recently endorsed the official designation by the United States Department of the Treasury and New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy of qualified census tracts in Vineland, Millville, and Bridgeton be included in the new Opportunity Zones program. The county's five selected census tracts are part of the first round of designated Opportunity Zones in 18 states and US territories.

Where did all of N.J.'s county college students go?

Gov. Phil Murphy's plan to include in his state budget a $50 million "down payment" toward making community colleges free for all graduating New Jersey high schoolers is controversial, even among lawmakers who might support the idea in theory. State Senate President Stephen Sweeney last week wondered aloud whether the state might be better off simply shipping more aid to the two-year colleges than starting a new tuition-help program that is ultimately expected to cost $200 million annually.

Permanent and Temporary Disability Benefits: An Overview from a Workers' Compensation Attorney

There are differences between temporary disability and permanent disability status in workers' compensation cases. Attorney Craig A. Altman provides insight.

GCIT honors veterans at annual Love Our Vets event

The service learning program welcomed over twenty veterans for a day of relaxation and pampering. Veterans came from the Veterans Home in Vineland, NJ and from local Gloucester County VFWs.

Visiting Veterans Home

THE RUTGERS Master Gardeners of Cumberland County visited the Veterans Home in Vineland for its April Horticultural Enrichment by decorating a willow wreath with silk flowers and dried lavender sprigs. These monthly activities always include some live or dried elements from nature which are highlighted and discussed when they plant herbs, seeds or bulbs or design a craft.

Research points to benefits of full-day preschool

New research sheds light on the long term impacts of Pre-K and whether a half or full-day offers more benefits. In Vermont all children get ten hours a week of taxpayer funded Pre-K.

National School Walkout: N.J. students protest gun violence on Columbine's anniversary

Students across the country and throughout New Jersey left their desks at 10 a.m. on Friday to participate in a National School Walkout in protest of gun violence in schools. The walkout - held at more than 2,600 schools across the country and at dozens of schools in New Jersey - coincides with the anniversary of the 1999 Columbine High School shooting in Colorado in which 13 people were killed by students Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold.

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