Thursday, December 18, 2014

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.

Amid a sea of frustrated faces at PATCO's public meeting in Collingswood, Tom Middleton's smile was like an island. "I have no real complaints," said the retired set designer, 73, who became a regular rider when service began in 1969.
The world was a different place when the Betty Bacharach Home for Afflicted Children opened on Mother's Day 1924. Polio, rheumatic fever, tuberculosis, and other disabling diseases were widespread in America, and few facilities offered long-term care for pediatric patients.
'Little Shul' continues rowhouse tradition

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