Show Your Patriotic Pride

Get out Your Red, White & Blue for the 2012 Merchantville Car and Bike Show. Celebrate along with our Magnificent Merchantville Veteran Ceremony. It’s all about the Colors this year! Decorate the exterior of your home in Merchantville and be one of the top three residences to win prizes and…

SCUCS ends Senior Lunch Program

On May 30, 2012 Mayor North received notice from Stephen Considine, CEO of Senior Citizens United Community Services, that they are closing the Merchantville Nutrition Site at the Community Center effective June 29, 2012. This site has provided meals and socialization

Ironies abound as Camden landmark's fate is sealed

The landmarks Camden has lost or tossed away could fill a hall of shame. They include long-gone but still-beloved buildings like the Stanley Theater, the Walt Whitman Hotel, and the Broadway Methodist Church, a list to which the shuttered Sears store on Admiral Wilson Boulevard soon will be added. Let's…

Excessive HEAT ALERT

Please be advised that the Office of the County Health Officer has issued a Heat Alert for Wednesday, 6/20/12 and Thursday, 6/21/2012 effective 12 noon to 8:00 p.m. Municipalities are asked to open their cooling centers during this period.

Desserts on the menu

At the next Farmers Market on July 7th Desiree's Desserts will feature the following sweets - Blueberry, Peach and Lemon Fruit Pies, Gluten-free desserts, Carrot, Lemon and Vanilla with Berry Filling Mini Cupcakes, Agave Chocolate Chip Whoopie Pies, Blueberry Cream Cheese Breakfast Buns and Peach Cream Cheese Breakfast Buns.

Interactive Map: NJ Per-Pupil Spending

The typical NJ school spent $16,600 in 2010-2011. Most districts spent less per pupil in 2010-11 than in 2009-10, in part because of tough state-imposed spending caps and aid, according to data from the 2010-11 New Jersey School Report Card issued earlier this month by the state Department of Education.…

Moorestown council under state ultimatum

The Moorestown Township Council is under orders to introduce its municipal budget or else. If it fails to introduce a municipal spending plan by the end of next week, each of the five members will be fined $25 a day until the job is done. Thomas Neff, director of the…

Christie nominates two county residents

Two Camden County residents have been asked by Gov. Christie to serve as judges. Linda M. Kassekert, a Pennsauken resident who has chaired the Casino Control Commission for a decade, received the governor's nod to be an administrative law judge. Steven J. Polansky, a Cherry Hill resident and lawyer at…

Merchantville Kicks Off Summer Reading Program

Kids at the Merchantville Branch of the Camden County Library System welcomed Mr. Malcolm who used interactive storytelling in his presentation of “Life is But a Dream” on June 6, 2012. The library joins others across the country in offering summer reading programs based on the theme Dream Big –…

Farmers Market readies for Saturday

Our next market, on June 16th, will feature some of the freshest, local produce around from Darmo's Farm, in Moorestown since 1907. Desiree's Desserts specializing in providing very small to large desserts made with high quality ingredients, zero trans fats, zero artificial dyes, additives and preservatives. Michelle Tomlinson's Potato Salad,…

New principal to lead CCHS

Camden Catholic High School in Cherry Hill, South Jersey’s oldest Catholic co-educational college preparatory school, will welcome Heather Crisci as the new principal of Camden Catholic, effective July 1, 2012. The Bishop
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