Thursday, July 2, 2015

Kevin Riordan

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A native of western Massachusetts, Kevin Riordan received a degree in journalism from Syracuse University. His first newspaper job was at the Cherry Hill News, a Gannett-owned weekly.  At the Courier Post, he was the one-man bureau in Camden for eight years and also held a number of other high-profile jobs. He left the paper in 2007 and became vice president for communications for Volunteers of America of the Delaware Valley.

Anne Rush is praying to stay at St. Mary's Catholic Home. "It's the best place, other than heaven," says Rush, 95, who is upset about the Diocese of Camden's plan to sell the Cherry Hill facility where she has lived for seven years.
For more than seven decades, Charles Goldstein has rarely put down his pen. He wrote his first poem in eighth grade. During World War II, he faithfully sent letters to his sweetheart, but when he wouldn't marry her, "she burned them all."

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