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MES sweeps essay awards

Congratulations toMerchantville School students Jessica Katzberg, Tim Rocchi and Ava Kelly and teacher, Dina Turan, in winning the 2019 American Legion of Merchantville/Pennsauken essay contest about Americanism. Our MES students took first, second and third place in this annual competition sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary for grades third (3)…

1st Fridays start in June

From June to October, on the First Friday of each month, Merchantville will run a Night Market with fun for the whole family including food trucks, vendors, live music, movies and more in the downtown along Chestnut and Centre streets. Many local food businesses and retail shops will be open…

Open house 5/5/19

Open house this Sunday from 1:00-3:00 p.m. at this absolutely charming and elegant three bedroom two and a half bath center hall colonial in Merchantville. Located on beautiful Saint James Avenue, it features a spacious formal living room with gas fireplace with beautiful mantel, hardwood floors, and french doors leading…

HS band and guard win

Merchantville PTA congratulations to the Haddon Heights Indoor Color Guard teams and the Haddon Heights High School Indoor Percussion Group on their performances at the South Jersey Region 1 Championships. The color guard High Voltage (High School) placed Silver, and the percussion group placed 4th with their amazing 2019 program,…

Annie Jr. at SPS

St. Peter School is proud to announce that our very own students will be performing our 2019 school musical, "Annie Jr." on Thursday, May 16th at 7:00 p.m., Friday, May 17th at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, May 18th at 2:00 p.m. SPS rolled out its new performing arts club, the…

"First Fruits" charity dinner

Make your reservations now for our first Farm to Fork dinner of the year on Tuesday, June 4th. The dinner features Chef Mark Smith of The Tortilla Press and Tortilla Press Cantina. Proceeds benefit the Camden Children's Garden.The Camden Children's Garden is operated by the Camden City Garden Club. Our…

Former CCHS coach passes

Camden Catholic High School mourns the passing of one of our greatest honorary alumni, Coach Jim Delaney, former football coach and faculty member. Coach Delaney is revered among generations of alumni for his legendary coaching style, mentorship and inspirational leadership. He coached the Irish to 62 wins in a total…

BOE 2019-20 Budget Presentation

The Merchantville Board of Education will present their 2019-20 school district budget, followed by a public hearing at the Tuesday, April 30th, meeting. NJAC 6:19-2.7(a) requires the Merchantville Board of Education adopt and submit a formal Board resolution to approve the 2019-2020 school budget as presented by the administration. The…

AC Rail Line to resume service

Beginning on Sunday, May 12, Atlantic City Rail Line (ACRL) and Princeton Branch (Dinky) services will resume. For printable Atlantic City Rail Line and Dinky schedules, click HERE. NJ TRANSIT has accelerated the restoration of services, and the new date is nearly two weeks ahead of the agency’s target date…

County App alerts police

A new smartphone app in Camden County will allow citizens to quickly send police tips about anything they see or hear that might be suspicious. County Police Lt. Zsakhiem James said STOPit is not intended to replace calling 911, but is "another supplementary tool so that you can contact us…

Calling all nature lovers

Pennsauken’s second annual Nature Enthusiast Day will be held on Saturday, May 4th from 10:00 a.m. to noon, at Tippin’s Pond, 421 Cove Rd. Sponsored by Pennsauken Township’s Department of Parks and Recreation and Pennsauken’s Nature Enthusiasts, the event, open to children ages 7-13, is an opportunity to enjoy the…
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