We are now a year-and-a-half removed from the devastation that was caused by Hurricane Sandy, but some Shore towns are still fighting to fully recover. Beach remediation is all but complete, and the boardwalks and shops are up and running, for the most part – at least those that decided to rebuild. But these Shore towns still need our support.
Saturday, May 3 was a picturesque day at Seneca High School. Sunshine poured over the trees, temperatures hovered comfortably in the mid-60s and fluorescent blue, red, yellow and orange powder filled the morning air.
Thousands of people will descend on Moorestown’s Main Street on D-Day, Saturday, June 7, as the town celebrates Moorestown Day. For its 38th annual festival, the Moorestown Business Association (MBA) …
Tabernacle Township was informed by South Jersey Sanitation at 9:25 a.m. that due to a manpower shortage today, there will be a delay in trash pickup in the township.
The Haddonfield Board of Education meeting on May 8 centered on the goals the district has planned and the goals the district has met during the 2013-2014 school year. Superintendent …
The old saying goes “April showers bring May flowers,” and on May 8 it was true at the Cinnaminson Library when kids filled the activity room to craft their own …
The Seneca High School environmental club sent a team to the New Jersey Envirothon on Saturday, May 3 to compete against teams from all over the state in a daylong problem-solving competition, with honors, prizes and scholarships at stake. Areas of competition include aquatics, forestry, soils, wildlife, team presentation and a current environmental issue.
Cherokee High School is proud to present its spring musical, “Bye Bye Birdie,” on Friday, May 16 and May 23, and Saturday, May 17 and May 24, at the Lenape Regional Performing Arts Center.
The Evesham Township Police Department is hosting its second annual Junior Police Academy day camp.The purpose of the Junior Police Academy is to provide young citizens with an introduction to law enforcement. The department’s goal is to motivate young people to be outstanding citizens and empower them to act as a positive influence in the community.
It was the Blue Braniacs against the The Brown Brains against the Burlington Brains and more when more than 120 fourth-grade students from nine school districts throughout Burlington County put on their thinking caps and participated in the annual Brain Drain Games at Cinnaminson Memorial School.