The Hammonton Gazette 08/19/15 Edition

August 19, 2015

IN NEWS: The Knights of Columbus Pallotti Council name their building “James N. Rodio Hall” and Rodio is their to receive the honor. AND: The latest from the Hammonton Board of Education, the Environmental Commission, and the crime report. PLUS: After 57 years, Penza’s Hardware is closing, according to the store’s owner Paul Pancari.

IN OPINION: Gabe Donio on “buying a memory.” AND: Editorials on the “unforgettable” James N. Rodio and the need for new street signs in various locations in town.

IN ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: Hammonton Towne Drama, a nonprofit theatrical enrichment program for youth and young adults, is presenting its summer musical from Thursday, August 20 to Saturday, August 22 at the Hammonton High School Performing Arts Center called Guys and Dolls. The start time of each performance is at 7 p.m., with a pre-show for third through ninth grade students.

IN SPORTS: The Hammonton Hot Shots and the Margate Hurricanes in the ACBL Championship Finals. AND: St. Joe Alumni Gordon Hill plays for the San Diego Chargers during the NFL preseason. PLUS: St. Augustine Alumni and Hammonton resident Joe Gatto earns his second win as a pitcher in the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim minor league system.

AND REMEMBER: You can watch “Gazette Sports Week” with Dan Russoman and Kevin Troilo 24/7 at or on the big TVs at West End Grill, Rocco’s Town House and DiDonato Family Fun Center.