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TREX Challenge

The Green Team is kicking off our 6 month TREX Recycling Challenge this Saturday, April 24th at the Community Recycling Event from 10am-2pm, sponsored by The Station Coffee. One of the three 55 gallon TREX Collection bins will be located at The Station Coffee for the entire 6 month period…
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Plant Swap

Garden enthusiasts love to get together to talk about the splendor of the garden. They also love to gather to share plants. Incredible Edible Merchantville and The Merchantville Garden Club will host Plant Swaps at the gazebo on the Chestnut Avenue bike path and Wellwood Park on Saturday on Saturday,…
Published in Boro, Stewardship

Senior Vaccines on the Move

Senior residents of the Borough of Merchantville, who over the age of 64 and have already registered for the COVID-19 vaccine through Cooper Health "My Chart" for a vaccination appointment at the Camden County College site and received a vaccine date of April 1, 2021 or later, may eligible to…
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New Bakery Opens

Welcome to Catherine Gray and Merchantville's new bakery, Cat's Creations! Nestled in a cozy spot at 21 South Center Street, this shop is a dream realized after five years honing baking and entrepreneurial skills while juggling full time motherhood and work. These days she's often found whipping up her custom,…
Published in Shop, Boro

Focus on Empowering Women

On January 6th, Matteo Iadonisi, Community Journalist for 6abc.com, profiled resident entrepreneur, Adrian Rowan, her client, Jessica Devito, and her boudoir photography business. His video interview focuses on how photography can empower women by capturing the strength of their persona in positive, artistic body images. Rowan, a single mother by…
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Officer Rulli Promoted

Officer Matthew Rulli achieved rank of Sergeant as he took the oath of office from Mayor Brennan on Monday evening, December 14th. The ceremony, which took place at 7:00 p.m. in front of Borough Hall, included a gathering of family, friends and municipal officials, as well as, many brother officers…
Published in Boro, Milestones

Trees to be Removed

The Merchantville Shade Tree Commission received a grant from the NJ Forestry Program to undertake a tree inventory for the town and, as a result, some of our trees were determined to be dead, dying or diseased. To avoid hazards we will begin removing trees from the priority 1 list.…
Published in Boro, Life

General Election Results

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the changes to how the General Elections is conducted made by P.L. 2020, c 72, the completion of certified results will be delayed. The expected schedule for the release of results is: Initial Vote by Mail and ADA Voting Machine Ballots: November 3,…
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Boro Offers Internship

The Borough of Merchantville is looking for a non-paid part-time community relations student intern, approximately 7-10 hours per week. Candidates should be seeking a degree in communications, digital studies, government relations, management information systems and e-commerce, marketing, public relations, or other related fields and, will and be eligible for course…
Published in Boro, Notices

Wellness Center Adds Practitioner

Merchantville Medical Wellness Center recently announced the addition of Houtaneh Houtan, NMD, who joins Dr. Jennifer Phillips in offering naturopathic medicine to area residents. Houtan studied biochemistry at Syracuse University as an pre-med undergraduate, where she discovered the need for holistic medicine alternatives then,g raduated from the Southwest College of…
Published in Wellness, Boro

Need a Helping Hand?

Need a ride, need a hand, need a truck? I have you covered! My name is Christian Laufer and I'm a Merchantville local looking for summer side jobs. I can help you with delivery/driving gigs to the airport, grocery store, designated driving and, pick up, delivery or round trips -…
Published in Services, Boro
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