European Masters are set to perform a free concert on Sunday, March 9. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m., at the First Presbyterian Church on 101 Bridgeboro Road. The American Guild of Organists will be presenting a concert highlighting organ and violin, performed by Danish organist Sven Mikkelsen and German violinist Jochen Brusch.
The Tabernacle Athletic Association baseball program is accepting applications for its fourth annual Sean Clegg Memorial College Scholarship Fund.
The American Color Print Society spring reception will be held on March 7 at the Markeim Arts Center in Haddonfield. More than 50 talented artists will be on display at the exhibit.
Cherry Hill has been designated as a New Jersey Healthy Town for its implementation of the Mayor’s Wellness Campaign and the community’s strong support of the program, Mayor Chuck Cahn announced this morning.
Freeholder Carmen Rodriguez, liaison to the Camden County Department of Health and Human Services, advises municipalities that Camden County will be under a “Code Blue” severe weather advisory through Wednesday morning.
Due to dropping temperatures, Freeholder Director Leah Arter today declared that the current Code Blue Cold Weather Emergency will be extended to 10 a.m. Thursday, March 6.
Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi and Lumberton Police Chief Anthony DiLoreto have announced that the three Cinnaminson residents who have been arrested for committing several armed robberies were charged with holding up the Pac-A-Sac convenient store on Main Street in Lumberton on Feb. 2.
With another round of snow hitting the area, Shamong schools as well as Seneca High School will opt for delayed openings on Tuesday, March 4. Homeroom begins at Seneca at 9:52 a.m.
Both the Medford Township School District and Shawnee High School will operate with a two-hour delay on Tuesday, March 4 following a snow day on March 3.
With clean up from the March 3 snow storm still ongoing, Mt. Laurel schools will open on a two-hour delay on Tuesday, March 4.