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Chapel Ave. Repair Monday

PSE&G crews will be repairing a gas main on Chapel Avenue in Merchantville, on Monday, Aug. 19. While crews are at work, Chapel Avenue will be closed to all traffic between Clayton Avenue and Stanley Street. On Monday, Aug. 19, crews will close the affected stretch of roadway from 9:00…
Published in Boro

2019-20 Teachers & Pictures

Merchantville School is excited to allow parents to view their child's schedule on RealTime starting on Friday, August 16th. Information has been mailed to parents with login instructions. Parents must acknowledge certain forms and then will be able to view their child's schedule and teachers. Picture Day Information, links and…
Published in Elementary

Teacher Subs Needed

The Merchantville School District is located in Camden County, New Jersey. The district is committed to the students of Merchantville and ensuring their success in the 21st century. All candidates need to have full proper certification in order to be considered for the following positions. Substitute Teacher: Must have NJ…
Published in Boro

Merchantville Music Fest

2019 Merchantville Music Fest was approved by Borough Council last night, which means we are set to rock this town on Saturday, October 26th from 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. along North Centre and Chestnut streets. We're bringing Music Fest back to the street with the support of The Merchantville…
Published in Boro

American Legion Centennial

John Brouse, commander of Merchantville's American Legion F.W. Grigg Post 68, presented an American flag to Roger Grigg, nephew of the World War I soldier for whom the post is named, in a ceremony at Borough Hall on August 11, 2019. F.W. Grigg was in the U.S. Army artillery and…
Published in Boro

Kindergarten memories

They are mostly in their 90s and have been getting together faithfully since they met years ago at the Collins Tract Elementary School in Pennsauken, NJ. It was back in Merchantville, Camden County, that these kindergartners - David Taylor, Joe Holman, Lindsay Pratt, Ralph McGee and Peg Tomlinson - first…
Published in Neighbors

Join Our Team

The New Jersey Civil Service Commission is now accepting applications for full-time police officers until Aug. 31, 2019. We have several job opportunities and are seeking candidates with the skills and experience to help us meet that goal. If you are up to the challenge, get the process started by…
Published in Camden County

River Road and Union Avenue Detours

The Camden County Department of Public Works, has been notified by the Merchantville Pennsauken Water Commission that crews will be replacing a water main on River Road and Union Avenue in Pennsauken beginning Monday, August 12th. During this time, stretches of both River Road and Union Avenue will be closed…
Published in Local

Employment Opportunities

The Family Success Center will be holding a recruitment event for facilities maintenance technicians on Friday, August 16th at the Camden County One-Stop Office, 2600 Mt. Ephraim Ave., Suite 102, Camden. All candidates must be pre-screened and scheduled for an appointment prior to the recruitment date by their Local One-Stop…
Published in Camden County

Mentoring Program for Youth

If you are looking for a positive mentoring program for girls between the ages of (4) and eighteen (18) that focuses on cultural awareness, educational enrichment, leadership development, and community service, then you have found it. The mentoring program by the Youth Auxillary of Gamma Nu Zeta will take place…
Published in Neighbors

27th Annual Car, Craft Show

Rev your engines! Hot rods, classic bikes, family fun, and football will be hallmarks of Pennsauken Township’s 27th annual Car, Bike, and Craft Show. The show will take place on Sunday, September 22nd, from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Hundreds of classic cars and bikes will be on display along…
Published in Neighbors
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