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Lou Piccone, the first Vineland High School football player to compete in the National Football League, will be honored with a street dedication and key to the city on Sept. 29.

The City of Vineland made the announcement about Piccone’s special day, which will start at the corner of Montrose Street and S.W. Avenue. The dedication takes place at 11 a.m.

Later that evening, the Key... (cont'd)

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