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Body of Missing Gloucester Woman Found; Point Breeze Store Winning Powerball; Hunger Strike 8th Day
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 06/24/13 6:05 pm | updated: 06/24/13 6:05 pm
 
The family says the body of a missing Gloucester Township woman was found on Monday shortly before noon. 59-year-old Carol Reiff was reported missing on Friday after her family had not heard from her since Thursday and she did not arrive at their home in Manahawkin, NJ for a planned visit. The body was found near the Lakeview Apartments on Lower Landing Road in Blackwood, NJ where Reiff lives. Officials need to perform and autopsy to determine the exact cause of death and to confirm identity.

The owner of Federal Beer cashed in over the weekend as the store that sold the winning Powerball ticket from Saturday night. Owner Gary Patel will get $100,000 for selling that winning ticket from his store in Point Breeze. So far the person who bought the winning ticket in the South Philadelphia Point Breeze neighborhood has not come forward. Check your tickets from Saturday, you could have winning ticket and the option of taking the $131.5 million annuity or $77.4 million cash. Everyone is still wondering who it might be.

A hunger strike has now entered it's 8th day for a group of protesters against the massive school district layoffs. The school district has a $304 million deficit in it's budget and had to layoff more than 3,800 employees or 20% of the workforce. This includes music, art, and sports programs. The “Fast for Safe Schools” protest is one of several calling attention to the issues.

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