Burlington County Freeholder Deputy Director Joe Howarth recognized the ongoing work of county engineer Joe Brickley and his team dedicated to improving pothole and road conditions throughout the county.
The Indian Mills Home and School Association will hold its annual golf outing on Monday, April 28 at the Little Mill Country Club in Marlton. All proceeds are donated to the Shamong schools as well as the community.
On May 12, in the Lenape High School auditorium, the Lenape Regional High School District will be honoring students who will be entering the military or military academy.
On Saturday March 22, the Seneca Chamber Singers participated in Roxbury High School’s 24th Annual Choir Invitational.
At the Wednesday, March 26 public meeting of the Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders, the board voted to elect freeholder Bruce Garganio as director.
Opinion: Lawmakers in Trenton are at it again, proposing new taxes to pay for something the state apparently can’t afford. This time, they’re after gas, proposing to increase the tax on it by five cents per gallon to help rebuild and repair New Jersey’s roads and bridges.
Due to new State guidelines, the Shamong Township Public Works Department will go through the township one time only the week of April 7, picking up brush that has been left properly in the township right of way.
Although winter is technically over, Shamong Township is anticipating one to three inches of snow Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday morning. The additional snow creates a much bigger challenge for township officials due to very limited salt supplies and the lack of salt available to our region.
For one night, the halls of Seneca High School were filled with the smooth sounds of jazz.
In preparation for submission to the New Jersey Department of Education, the Superintendent’s office is sharing preliminary budget findings.