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Police Information Concerning Kings Highway Car Crash

September 3, 2013 10:29 pm0 comments
Police Information Concerning Kings Highway Car Crash

By Karen E. Viereck Editor/Publisher SWEDESBORO — According to information supplied by Woolwich Twp. Lt. Joseph A. Morgan, at 9:30 p.m. Logan Township Police were dispatched to a 911 call for an erratic driver in a Volkswagen Jetta, traveling east on Center Square Road towards Woolwich. At 9:43 Woolwich Sgt. Joseph […]

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Arrest Made In Graffiti Spree; Church Vandals Still At Large

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Arrest Made In Graffiti Spree; Church Vandals Still At Large

By Karen E. Viereck Editor/Publisher WOOLWICH TWP. — Malcom Tyson of Swedesboro was arrested by the Woolwich Township Police Department and charged with criminal mischief and theft for spraying graffiti on Locke Avenue Park buildings, a home, fence and several parked cars on Aug. 5. According to Woolwich Township Detective […]

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S. HARRISON AWARDED ENVIRONMENTAL GRANT

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S. HARRISON AWARDED ENVIRONMENTAL GRANT

HARRISONVILLE — South Harrison Township was awarded $1,500 by the Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions (ANJEC).  The purpose of the grant is to begin work to preserve open space and create Greenways along the township’s waterways, especially Oldmans Creek. Oldmans Creek has been designated by the State Department of […]

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EG Home School Assoc. Craft Show

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MICKLETON — East Greenwich Home and School Association will be holding their Annual Craft Show  on Saturday, Nov. 16 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Vendor space is $30. Vendors may request applications by contacting Sharon at sharon.foth@gmail.com or 856-579-4929. Application deadline is Nov. 1.

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Woolwich Dancers Win National Awards

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WOOLWICH TWP. — Rachel Murdock, Christina Mallozzi, and Olivia Barnhardt, all of Woolwich Township, recently took home top national awards at two national dance finals. All three dance with Dance Conservatory in Woodstown, New Jersey. Murdock was the First Overall Teen Soloist with her solo, “Feelin’ Good,” at the OnStage […]

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Maccherone Sworn In To State Board of Agriculture

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TRENTON — The New Jersey State Board of Agriculture installed two new members on July 24 during its reorganization meeting held in Eastampton, Santo John Maccherone of Mullica Hill, representing the fruit industry, and David Klemm of Newton, representing the equine industry. Klemm and Maccherone were elected by the delegates […]

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Woolwich Crime Log – Graffiti Arrrest

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Greenscape Lawn Care reported the theft of a 19 foot enclosed trailer, a Bobcat, and two Kubotas from a property on Auburn Road. A Hammonton Township resident was arrested for the theft of copper from Kingsway Regional Middle School. The St. Paul Church reported criminal mischief to the interior of their building, […]

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BAZAAR & YARD SALE, OCT. 19

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PILESGROVE — Sharptown United Methodist Church will hold their annual Bazaar and Yard Sale on Saturday, Oct. 19 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 24 Church St., Pilesgrove. An indoor bazaar table and 10 X 10ft space is $30. Outdoor yard sale space is $15 (no table provided). The […]

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Free Vision Exams Available to Residents

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SEWELL — Gloucester County continues to offer free eye screenings twice a month for all county children and adults. This service is provided as a service of the Board of Chosen Freeholders and the NJ Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired in an effort to prevent or limit the […]

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Dollar Express Plus is open for business.

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Dollar Express Plus, a full service deep discount retail store, is open for business. Dollar Express Plus locally owned and operated by Mike Sikoutris at 525 Beckettt Road in Logan Township is open for business and offers literally thousands of items in over 25 major merchandise categories all priced at […]

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