In this modern age, students of all levels are learning to use technology in association with their schoolwork.
To best prepare students for a world where technology rules many sectors of life, Voorhees Middle School students will be introduced to specialized iPads for both school and personal use next year.
Mayor Michael Mignogna recently stopped by to greet the spring bunny at the mall at the Voorhees Town Center. Mignogna and many excited children and their families were all on hand to welcome the bunny. The spring Bunny will be in the Butterfly Garden, and available for pictures at the Macy’s Grand Entrance on the first floor of the mall until April 19.
On Saturday, April 11 at 10:49 p.m., Officer Kevin Bohn of the Cinnaminson Police Department stopped a vehicle for driving without headlights. The driver identified himself, field sobriety tests were conducted and the driver was arrested for suspicion of driving while intoxicated. With the driver’s actual name, authorities were able to determine he was been wanted out of Colorado and Indiana for credit card fraud since 1992.
Though elections are not until November, with the arrival of this spring season brings new political opportunity to Moorestown, in the form of fresh candidates running for Moorestown Town Council.
When we’re with our families and loved ones, we talk about sports and the weather, but too few of us talk about what matters most.
The South Jersey Saints present an evening of British Invasion artist’s music to benefit Canine Wounded Heroes and the Gentle Ben charity donation program.
Lenape High School is hosting its annual Kevin Todd Memorial 5K Walk and Run on Saturday, May 10 at 9 a.m. at the school’s outdoor track.
It is all about healthcare.
As it relates to our school system, we can raise taxes to the max every year, use our entire “banked cap,” but we will never catch up to the increasing cost of healthcare insurance.
The Evesham Police Department is proud to announce that they have added Pinterest to their social media arsenal. ETPD launched the Pinterest page as a tool to publicize recovered property in hopes of reuniting people with their belongings.
Senior citizens in Evesham Township are in for a real treat on Tuesday, April 15, when they enjoy a free dessert buffet while listening to music performed by Evesham Township School District students at the annual Senior Citizen Dessert Theatre. The event will start at 3:00 p.m. at Marlton Middle School, 150 Tomlinson Mill Road.