Cinnaminson Middle School students, faculty gather for Unity Day

Cinnaminson Middle School was united on April 9 when students, faculty and parents gathered in the auditorium for an assembly celebrating the school’s Unity Day.

Delran Green Team appoints officers, announces extension for ‘Delran is Going Green Contest’

At the April 9 meeting of the Delran Green Team, the group selected the following officers: Chairman – Bill Curzie, Vice-Chair – Mary Parento, Secretary – Ellie Veight, and Treasurer – Debra Hammond.

Cherry Hill to apply for three county open space grants

Cherry Hill Township is moving forward with applications for county open space grants to help fund three maintenance projects.

Mt. Laurel’s Community Garden returning for another season

With warmer weather and longer days, the gardening season has finally arrived in Mt. Laurel.

Medford Fire Department investigating dumpster fire

On April 11 at 9:16 p.m., Medford Township Police and Fire Departments responded to a dumpster fire located to the rear of the Sharps Run Plaza.

Medford’s Peacock Cemetery beautified and restored

As motorists on Route 70 travel west into Medford Township, they pass an intricate cemetery dating back to America’s colonial times.

New Sweden motorcycle ride begins and ends in Shamong Township

The New Sweden 450 starts and finishes at the Pic-a-Lilli Inn. All makes are welcome. A portion of the proceeds will go to charity. This event is AMA sanctioned.

Cherry Hill author signs books at library luncheon

The Friends of the Cherry Hill Public Library held its annual Spring Author Luncheon on Thursday, April 10 at the Tavistock Country Club in Haddonfield.

Mt. Laurel Library invites residents to get organized on May 8

Best-selling author and organizing specialist Jamie Novak will be at the Mt. Laurel Library on Thursday, May 8 at 7 p.m. to present “Five Minute Organizing Ideas for a Fresh Start.”

Artist’s paintings brighten up Pinelands Branch Library

The many signs of spring aren’t only found outside in Medford. They have taken bloom in the form of artwork inside the Pinelands Branch Library.