Moorestown Friends School holding Science Fair April 17

The Moorestown Friends School will hold its 16th Annual Science and Engineering Exposition on Thursday, April 17. Students of different grade levels will showcase 200 displays of science learning for faculty, families, and other students, from 9 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. The fair is also open to former MFS interested in learning about multiple scientific topics, and prospective students and curious parents. S.E.E. will be held in the Red Gym, the Field House Gym, and the Practice Gyms at MFS.

Mothers of Preschoolers of Saint Andrews reflect on past years, and look for new members

Mothers of Preschoolers of Saint Andrews recently celebrated its 20th anniversary, with a reunion of past and present members.

Did the gamble on Atlantic City not pay off?

The numbers don’t lie – not only is Atlantic City failing, so is gambling nationwide. Even in Las Vegas, the gambling capital of the world, gambling revenue was down to “only” $6.5 billion last year.

Hopkins Lane closed for emergency repairs

Hopkins Lane remains closed as repairs continue on the outfall pipe from the Hopkins Pond Dam. The dam structure itself is in excellent condition, and there is no danger to health, safety and welfare of residents. It is anticipated that the work will be completed by the end of the week. The exact timing of the project is dependent upon the weather and other factors.

Assemblywoman Maria Rodriguez-Gregg takes part in overnight sleep-out for homeless youth

Assemblywoman Maria Rodriguez-Gregg did more than talk about the issue of homeless youth on April 11. The Republican assemblywoman, who represents Burlington, Atlantic and Camden counties, took part in an overnight sleep-out in order to draw attention to a social problem that exists across the country. Rodriguez-Gregg helped raise $2,000 in the sleep-out event.

Marlton Elementary School holds annual spring concert

It was another sign of spring in Marlton on the night of April 7 when Marlton Elementary School held its annual spring concert.

Mt. Laurel’s Community Garden returning for another season

With warmer weather and longer days, the gardening season has finally arrived in Mt. Laurel.

Medford’s Peacock Cemetery beautified and restored

As motorists on Route 70 travel west into Medford Township, they pass an intricate cemetery dating back to America’s colonial times.

New Sweden motorcycle ride begins and ends in Shamong Township

The New Sweden 450 starts and finishes at the Pic-a-Lilli Inn. All makes are welcome. A portion of the proceeds will go to charity. This event is AMA sanctioned.

Two Mt. Laurel lawyers receive accolades for work in family law

The Law Offices of Charny, Charny & Karpousis, a firm concentrating in divorce and family law based in Mt. Laurel, is pleased to announce that partners Karen Rose Karpousis and Michelle F. Altieri have been named New Jersey Super Lawyers in Family Law for 2014.