The Evergreens, a Continuing Care Retirement Community in Moorestown, NJ, will hold its annual Health and Safety Fair on Oct. 15 from 11 a.m. to 2p.m. Featuring multiple booths by Cooper University Hospital, this year’s fair will offer a healthy dose of information to boost overall wellness and promote healthy, active & fulfilling lifestyles.
For Mt. Laurel resident Stacy Holland, her work in connecting employers with thousands of Philadelphia youth was never for the accolades. But even Holland will admit getting invited to the White House for recognition of that work is a tremendous honor.
Township council discussed adding provisions to the peace and good order ordinance, which would allow residents to press charges against local officials and municipal employees, at last week’s meeting.
Cherry Hill Township’s largest event, Harvest Festival, is quickly approaching. It will be held on Sunday, Oct. 20 from noon-4 p.m. at Croft Farm.
A white Lexus SUV with handicapped plates backed into the front doors of the TJ Maxx store in Marlton Crossing just after 2 p.m. today.
Both the Lady Indian girls tennis and girls soccer teams heated up the autumn weather by beginning their seasons a combined 17-0-1. Eighteen games played, zero ending in a loss.
Township council discussed the potential rezoning of the Sharp Road property, currently owned by the township.
Cinnaminson public safety director Mickey King will now be able to add interim township administrator to his resume, as it was announced he would fill that position through the end of the year.
In a strange twist of fate, two one-time political opponents for the position of Camden County clerk, Susan Rose, founder and president of the Lauren Rose Albert Foundation, and State Sen. Jim Beach, have joined forces to change the lives of countless mothers in need through their work with Mothers Matter and the Lauren Rose Albert Foundation.
Delran was awarded a $95,950 grant from the county to continue the Delran Community Park Project, but it is not enough to build in the second phase, according to Mayor Ken Paris.