Sixty-one county metro division police officers sworn in

Yesterday morning, 61 additional police officers joined the growing ranks of the Camden County Police Department’s Metro Division during a ceremony in Blackwood. Additional officers will be sworn-in throughout the month.

Mayor’s Column: Voorhees celebrates Earth Day

Earth Day is an annual event held worldwide to demonstrate support for environmental protection and is observed on April 22.

Pryor Park is not going to the dogs

John Pryor Park will no longer be home to a dog park.

LETTER: Bancroft issue overshadows election

Normally I ascribe to the school of thought that says elections should not come down to just one issue. However, in the upcoming Borough Commissioners’ election, the disposition of the Bancroft property is the one issue that will overhang the entire race for many Haddonfield residents.

Smoking will be banned on township properties

Smoking will soon be prohibited on township owned properties.

Police use new technology

The Moorestown Police Department is hoping to use new technology to track stolen items.

Residents will see a decrease in tax bill

Voorhees Township approved the 2013 municipal budget on Monday, April 8, which results in a decrease in taxes.

LETTER: Resident wants pedestrian safety measures in place on Coles Mill Road

The profound lack of oversight of the Borough’s engineering projects may be remedied at the upcoming elections for Commissioners.

Commission takes on a colonial twist

Indian King Tavern Museum lays host to meeting

Senator Beach tours new health facility in Cherry Hill

On Wednesday, April 3, Lourdes senior leadership gave New Jersey Senator James Beach (D) a facility tour of LourdesCare at Cherry Hill, the new 54,000 square-foot outpatient center of Lourdes Health System located at the bustling corner of Brace Road and Route 70.