Mayor Brennan initiates community forums

Mayor Edward Brennan will be hosting a quarterly forum in the Borough of Merchantville to encourage public discussion regarding hot button issues and interesting topics. The forums will take place in Wellwood Park, the Community Center and the old bank building. Please join him on Thursday, May 28th beginning at…
Published in Boro

Pennsauken to consider joining county force

The Camden County Police Department, which for two years has patrolled only the city of Camden, hopes to begin justifying its broader ambition by wooing a second town into its fold - Pennsauken Township. County officials are expected to submit a detailed proposal this month to Pennsauken that would spell…
Published in Neighbors

Send/Receive Final Decision

The Merchantville Board of Education is proud to announce that the Commissioner of Education has affirmed the Administrative Law Judge’s decision to sever its sending-receiving relationship with Pennsauken and enter into a new sending-receiving relationship with Haddon Heights. The Commissioner concurred with the ALJ’s findings of fact and conclusion of…
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County announces email newsletter for seniors

Camden County offering a new e-mail newsletter, Just for Seniors! In this newsletter, seniors will learn about all that Camden County has to offer to our senior citizen community. The Camden County Board of Freeholders is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of our seniors through a wide range…
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Egg Hunt pleases big crowd

The annual Borough Easter Egg Hunt at Merchantville's Community Center last Saturday was a huge success! Kids, grandkids, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, neighbors and friends waited with their with baskets and bags in the cool morning air for the arrival of the fire truck to bring the guy with the…
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Tea and Fashion show planned

St. Peter School Merchantville welcomes sons and daughters, young or old, come spend the afternoon with their mother at our "Tea woth Mother and Fashion Show"! Nibble on finger sandwiches and assorted cookies while enjoying beautiful fashions modeled by our eight graders. For the first year, we will also be…
Published in Elementary

CCHS has successful fundraiser

Camden Catholic High School hoped to raise $50,000 during its first one-day giving event, based on a theme of the school's Irish roots and held on St. Patrick's Day. The luck of the Irish was with organizers, who reached that goal by early afternoon and went on to raise $63,302…
Published in High School

Hot Chefs Keeping it LOCAL

Our next Restaurant Week is right around the corner... March 15th to the 20th! For thousands of years food has been at the forefront of our relationships. We spend our birthdays, holidays and work lunches dining over food and good conversation.
Published in Neighbors

Decision underway on BOE vacancy

The Merchantville Board of Education received six applications from residents who wish to fill the unexpired term of Jacquelyn Fuentes. One application was withdrawn.The BOE appointed candidate will serve until the general election in November 2015. The applicants include: Sean Fitzgerald, David Guertler, Richard James, Steven Kipp and Mary Noelle…
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Blast of snow expected

Snow, heavy at times with falling temperatures expected today. Heaviest snow will be from 7am to 1pm. It will taper off to lighter snow from 3pm to 6pm. Totals: Best bet of 8" is central and northern Delaware into southern New Jersey. High: 32 early, then falling.
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AJL Decision Grants Merchantville Severance

OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW: OAL DKT. NO. EDU 01927-12 INITIAL DECISION by ELIA A. PELIOS, ALJ March 2, 2015. STATEMENT OF THE CASE: Petitioner Merchantville of Education seeks severance of its sending-receiving relationship with respondent Pennsauken Board of Education and seeks to establish a sending-receiving relationship with Haddon Heights Board…
Published in Elementary
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