Inside local politics: And then there were four
by Gabe Donio
Last week, as we were preparing the 12-page tribute to the Religious Teachers Filippini in this week’s edition of The Gazette, I pulled out a letter that was written to me in beautiful longhand penmanship by one of our subscribers. The subscriber was Sister Josephine Cartanza, who as part of her decades-long career as an educator, spent her longest tenure teaching secondary education at St. Joseph High School in Hammonton. She taught here from 1947 to 1971.
by Cherie Calletta
I had foot surgery last February. Bunions and hammertoes, begone! I can’t even blame the high heels I used to favor in my 20s: all the doctors I’ve ever seen for this assured me it was genetic. No guilt. No worries.