Upcoming: Delran Baseball Camp, with Delran High School baseball coach Rich Bender

The Delran Baseball Camp, directed by Delran High School head baseball coach Rich Bender will be conducted June 23-26

Eastern High School Hires New Football Coach

On May 21, Eastern Regional High School’s Board of Education approved Daniel Boguszewski head football coach for the 2014 season. Boguszewski replaces Dan Spittal who resigned in April. Boguszewski, a …

New Chamber of Commerce in Cinnaminson through Burlington County organization

At the May 19 meeting of the Cinnaminson Township Committee, Mayor Anthony Minniti gave his economic development report in which he outlined the township’s new chamber of commerce initiative.

Haddonfield Lawyer-Lobbyist Elected to Board of Directors of Chamber of Commerce

Lawyer-Lobbyist Richard S. Mroz of Archer & Greiner P.C., one of New Jersey’s largest law firms, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the New Jersey Chamber of …

Opinion: Schools should take proactive approach to cell phone, social media education

Opinion: In misguided or uneducated hands, though, cell phones can be dangerous. In the hands of kids who don’t fully grasp the effects of their actions, they can be objects that promote cruelty and lewdness, and can seriously damage a child’s future.

Moorestown Branch of Long & Foster Sets New Standard for Sales

Long & Foster® Real Estate, Inc., the largest independent residential real estate company in the United States, has announced that its Moorestown office had an outstanding sales month during April. …

CONTACT Crisis Helpline of Moorestown Announces Scholarship Winners

Executive Director Theresa Tobey and Board President David Herron announce the winners of two  $1,000 CONTACT scholarships: Sara Ostrowski of Cinnaminson, a TeenLine Volunteer, will be attending Richard Stockton College …

Evesham Township Police Department issues warrant for suspect in March 14 burglary of Charter Oak Lane home

The following information comes from Lt. Joseph Friel of the Evesham Township Police Department: On May 20, ETPD identified and charged the second suspect in connection to the March 14 home burglary on Charter Oak Lane.

Tabernacle PTA’s clothing drive runs until May 29

Place your items in clean trash bags and drop them off at the trailer behind Olson Middle School until May 29. The PTA will receive 13 cents per pound for all items donated. The group raised more than $250 from its last collection.

Indian Mills Memorial School continues Holocaust education

On May 16, Indian Mills Memorial School’s seventh grade language arts classes under Michele Montrose welcomed Charles Middleburg to speak about the Holocaust for the fourth straight year. Middleburg, now 84 years old, was just nine years old living in Paris, France with his parents and younger brother when the Nazis arrived in 1940. He was accompanied to IMMS by Lynne Shapiro of the Goodwin Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Cherry Hill.