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Labor Day 2021

It’s an American holiday that pays tribute to workers in the U.S. and is traditionally observed on the first Monday in September. Labor Day became a federal holiday in 1894 and was created by the labor movement in the late 19th century. Labor Day is often celebrated with parties and…
Published in New Jersey, Life

Townwide Yard Sale Returns

It's time to clear out your attic, basement and garage and unearth those give-aways because, after a years hiatus, Merchantville's Annual Town Wide Yard Sale is returning. This community yard sale is scheduled to take place on Saturday, September 18th, from 10-4, and no registration is required. This is a…
Published in Boro, Life

Zombies On The Run!

The Merchantville Turkey Trot is now the Monsterville Zombie Run. Monsterville is upping their 2021 Halloween spirit with a 5K Run and 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, October 30th at 10AM. Wear your favorite costume as you sprint or sashay along the streets of our historic town. The start…
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Zoning/Development Job

The Borough of Merchantville seeks a Zoning Officer/Community Development Director. Candidates need experience in Community Development, Land Use application review and approval, board secretary and Zoning applications along with Historic Preservation application approvals. This individual must have strong customer service and computer skills, and be highly organized with attention to…
Published in Boro

Memorial Vigil Planned

The Camden County Board of Commissioners and the Addiction Awareness Task Force invite family and friends on Overdose Awareness Day, August 31st at 7:30 PM to remember the loved ones we lost, and spread the message of hope to those still fighting the disease of addiction. Join us to help…

FDA Shrimp Recall

More than two dozen shrimp products sold nationwide by retailers including Target and Whole Foods were recalled by the FDA on Friday in a salmonella outbreak that has stricken nine people in four states, hospitalizing three, federal authorities say. The recalled shrimp was sold coast-to-coast under multiple labels, such as…
Published in National, Life, Wellness

Part-Time Youth Director

First Presbyterian Church in Merchantville is seeking a Director of Youth and Young Adult Christian Education. This is a 20-hour per week part-time position. A successful candidate will develop and implement appropriate curriculum and lessons for Jr. High, High School, and post-graduate level youth and actively promote the groups' participants'…
Published in Life, News

Permanent Sub Position

Merchantville School has posted an open position for Permanent Substitute Teacher starting September 2021. Guaranteed a set schedule of four (4) days a week of work at a rate of $100 per day. Candidates must have Substitute Certificate or the willingness to obtain one. For consideration candidates must be well-organized,…
Published in Elementary, Life

NJ Vaccination App

Need easy digital access to your vaccine record on your phone? The NJ Department of Health Apps provide consumers access to their personal or family COVID-19 Vaccination Record. The free New Jersey consumer access Docket app is now available in the App store or on Google Play in English or Spanish depending on Smartphone settings. The Docket App is now available in the App store or on Google Play in English or Spanish depending on…
Published in COVID-19, Wellness

Tax Waiver Ending 10/1

The New Jersey Division of Taxation recently announced that out-of-state businesses will have to resume withholding income taxes for New Jersey workers who telecommute beginning Oct. 1, as New Jersey ends temporary suspensions and waivers of some corporate business taxes. This means companies that have only been withholding income taxes…
Published in New Jersey

South Is Delta Epicenter

Florida has seen at least three days of record-breaking COVID-19 cases since the start of August. Overall, the number of new daily cases has continued to increase in Florida and the state has become the new epicenter for COVID. According to CDC data, the state's seven-day moving average number of…
Published in National
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