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2014-15 School Year Will Be A Time Of Transition For Students, Faculty, And Administration

September 4, 2014 1:00 am0 comments
2014-15 School Year Will Be A Time Of Transition For Students, Faculty, And Administration

By Jeff Wolfe The beginning of each school year is a time of transition for everyone. The students return to class, and hopefully for themselves and their teachers, return to the routine of studying as well as possibly participating in extra-curricular activities. But while many students are becoming accustomed to […]

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After 50 years, Botto’s remains a constant in downtown Swedesboro

July 31, 2014 12:01 am0 comments
After 50 years, Botto’s remains a constant in downtown Swedesboro

By Jeff Wolfe There have been numerous changes in the last 50 years in Swedesboro and the immediate surrounding area. Kingsway High School had been open for just one year, built on farmland, and remained the type of place for years where everybody pretty much knew everybody. The surrounding communities […]

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Clarksboro studio a sound destination for recording artists around the world

July 3, 2014 1:01 am0 comments
Clarksboro studio a sound destination for recording artists around the world

By Jeff Wolfe Daniel C. Smith didn’t really know what he was doing when he started recording music on his cassette tape player when he was a youth. But now, over 25 years later, there are plenty of people in the music business who believe Smith knows exactly what he […]

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Swedesboro FREE Summer Events

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Swedesboro FREE Summer Events

SWEDESBORO — For the third year, Swedesboro is offering residents and local communities “Dancing in the Street”, a summer concert series, and kayaking on Lake Narraticon. The first “Dancing in the Street” concert was held on June 18 featuring The Toonz, a Rock and Roll cover band. The evening started […]

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With school year nearing its end, summer camp time will begin

June 5, 2014 1:00 am0 comments
With school year nearing its end, summer camp time will begin

By Jeff Wolfe Just when your children are about to finish answering questions for school, one of the big questions parents face when school is done is what to do with their children during those summer months. One bit of good news is that there are some local options to […]

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Kingsway graduate Stumm continues to reach new heights in Navy

May 1, 2014 2:02 pm0 comments
Kingsway graduate Stumm continues to reach new heights in Navy

By Jeff Wolfe Some people have what seems like a natural ability to accomplish remarkable things no matter what their circumstances. When 1988 Kingsway High School graduate Robert Stumm won the state pole vault title as a senior, he found out years later he did so with a broken back. […]

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Winter wasn’t so wonderful, putting farmers behind the snow ball

April 3, 2014 5:13 pm0 comments
Winter wasn’t so wonderful, putting farmers behind the snow ball

By Jeff Wolfe The winter of 2013-2014 will for many, be one they want to forget, but likely can’t help but remember. Words like “relentless”, “unforgiving” and “never-ending” are just some of the ways it was described. There were many consequences and after-effects for a winter that was felt as […]

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Bumbernicks bring different use for land in East Greenwich

March 6, 2014 1:11 am0 comments
Bumbernicks bring different use for land in East Greenwich

by Jeff Wolfe East Greenwich Township has seen farmland disappear at a rapid rate over the last 15 years. The population has nearly doubled to about 10,000 people as fields that once grew a variety of vegetables, were sold and have been sprouting houses. So when East Greenwich resident Bill […]

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This group of witches is doing a lot of good for East Greenwich community

February 6, 2014 5:04 pm0 comments
This group of witches is doing a lot of good for East Greenwich community

By Jeff Wolfe Megan Heyer didn’t have any big ideas when she first rowed in the International Dragon Boat Festival on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia. But the East Greenwich resident is now the leader of a large group of local women who not only participate in the race, but […]

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Population boom in East Greenwich, Woolwich brings more stress to emergency services

January 2, 2014 5:59 pm0 comments
Population boom in East Greenwich, Woolwich brings more stress to emergency services

By Jeff Wolfe There was a time not so long ago that the townships of Woolwich and East Greenwich were fairly quaint in what was still largely agricultural communities. But during the last 13 years, big chunks of farmland have disappeared, replaced by housing developments that often have hundreds of […]

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