Cinnaminson Township adds second license plate reader to police force

Cinnaminson Township’s efforts to keep residents safe have doubled by way of a second Automated License Plate Reader added to the force through a $21,444 grant.

Bishop Eustace’s Krusinski receives full scholarship to Delaware for baseball

Medford resident and Bishop Eustace Preparatory School senior Michael Krusinski signed his letter of intent to attend the University of Delaware on a full baseball scholarship.

Shamong Township honors its Eagle Scouts

The township committee in Shamong used November’s meeting as a time to recognize the achievements of some of its residents.

Tabernacle PTA tries new ways to support its schools

Gotham had Batman. Metropolis had Superman. The Tabernacle School District? It has the Tabernacle Township PTA.

BREAKING: Gas leak in Mt. Laurel shuts down traffic

South Lake Drive at Viburnum Lane has been closed to traffic due to a gas leak.

Residents and Moorestown Township Council discuss yearly membership fees at the North Church Street Recreation Center

Following the news of the center’s reopening was news that the township may also start charging a yearly membership fee for the rec center in January.

Mt. Laurel Schools focusing on individual students as well as test scores

At last night’s Board of Education work session, the Mt. Laurel Public Schools’ NJASK test score results from 2013 were revealed to the public.

Medford welcomes home veterans

There may not be any town in South Jersey that puts on a better welcome home for its veterans than Medford.

Voorhees Committee takes steps to sell former municipal building

With hopes of bringing close to $2.5 million into the township, the Voorhees Township Committee took the first steps to ensure the former Voorhees municipal building is sold for its appraised value.

All bids rejected for tree removal

The borough will continue to look for the best approach when it comes to removing a number of oak trees after all bids for tree removal services were rejected at the Nov. 12 commissioners meeting.