A fugitive who was captured in early April after more than 22 years on the run has been charged with failing to appear in Superior Court in 1991 to be sentenced for sexually assaulting a 10-year-old child.
Maria Tsakiris, a Cherry Hill native and graduate of Cherry Hill High School East, has been chosen as the undergraduate student speaker for the Rutgers-Camden School of Business’ commencement ceremony on Wednesday, May 21.
Join Seneca High School on May 3, to run, walk or skip your way along their custom made course in an effort to raise funds for prevention programs at the school.
The number of scams targeting the elderly population is growing. To address this, Spring Hills Cherry Hill Luxury Assisted Living has invited the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs to present the information they have to stay safe from these scams.
The Medford Arts Center invites antique lovers to find out what their treasures are worth at their Antiques and Art Appraisal Luncheon at Braddock’s Restaurant on Sunday afternoon, May 4, at 1 p.m.
The Seneca Jazz Band will make its triumphant return to the NJAJE State Finals this year. After qualifying during the preliminary round at Cherokee High School in early March, the band is preparing for the finals on April 26.
U.S. Rep. Jon Runyan will hone his golf swing during the Alzheimer’s Association’s 14th Annual Golf Classic May 5, and supporters of the fight against the nation’s sixth leading killer can join him on the links. This year’s tournament will be held at Trump National Golf Course-Philadelphia in Pine Hill, N.J.
On May 12, in the Lenape High School auditorium, the Lenape Regional High School District will be honoring students who will be entering the military or military academy. In addition, alumni and employees of the district who are currently serving or are veterans of the Armed Forces will also be honored at this event.
It was a day of health and wellness at New Albany Elementary school on April 9 when the school hosted its sixth annual student health fair.
There are many people who spend their time improving the quality of life in Delran Township, but one person was recently singled out and honored for his years of service to the community when the Delran Business Association presented Fire Commissioner James Bauer with Delran’s inaugural Citizen of the Year award.