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Moorestown Friends School

Moorestown Friends School holding Science Fair April 17

The Moorestown Friends School will hold its 16th Annual Science and Engineering Exposition on Thursday, April 17. Students of different grade levels will showcase 200 displays of science learning for faculty, families, and other students, from 9 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. The fair is also open to former MFS interested in learning about multiple scientific topics, and prospective students and curious parents. S.E.E. will be held in the Red Gym, the Field House Gym, and the Practice Gyms at MFS.

Travel Trend Atlantic City Future

Did the gamble on Atlantic City not pay off?

The numbers don’t lie – not only is Atlantic City failing, so is gambling nationwide. Even in Las Vegas, the gambling capital of the world, gambling revenue was down to “only” $6.5 billion last year.

Cinnaminson Police

Cinnaminson Police arrest Moorestown man wanted out of Colorado and Indiana

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.

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Moorestown Council candidate wrap-up

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.

Letter to the Editor: Healthcare costs drain school budget

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.