WOOLWICH — During their meeting on Feb. 21, the Woolwich Township Committee passed a resolution requesting assistance from the State of New Jersey regarding the school funding issue faced by the Swedesboro/Woolwich and Kingsway Regional High School Districts. School funding has been a hot topic for debate in the area […]
WOOLWICH TWP. — Attention all gardeners! Woolwich Township has just announced its plans for the 2017 Community...
SWEDESBORO — Swedesboro and Woolwich Clean Communities Committees are joining forces in 2017 so the residents...
WOOLWICH TWP. — At their meeting on Jan. 17, the Woolwich Township Committee approved a resolution elevating Police...
WOOLWICH TWP. — The 2017 Calendar year is underway and the Swedesboro Woolwich Parks and Recreation Committee has a wonderful line-up for you! Father-Daughter Dances (for daughters in Swedesboro or Woolwich): Mark your calendars for the 2017 Father Daughter Dances! Pre-K thru 2nd Grade – Saturday, March 11, 4 to […]Read more ›
WOOLWICH TWP.– At their meeting on Dec. 19, the Woolwich Township Committee had a moment of silence for John E. Nothdurft Sr. of Swedesboro, who passed away on Dec. 14 at the age of 88. Nothdurft had been a lifelong resident of the community and began serving with the Woolwich […]Read more ›
WOOLWICH TWP. — As the eight season of the Woolwich Community Garden draws to an end, they are happy to report that it has continued to get bigger and better. The garden has grown to 40 full plots (20 foot x 30 foot) and 16 half-plots (15 foot x 20 […]Read more ›
by Robert Holt WOOLWICH TWP. — At the Woolwich Township Committee meeting on Nov. 21, Committeeman John Carleton reemphasized the need for redistribution of New Jersey school aid. Carleton pointed out that state funding received by the Kingsway Regional School District has not reflected the growth in the community. According […]Read more ›
WOOLWICH– –At their meeting on Oct. 17, the Woolwich Township Committee passed a resolution that made an addition to the town’s full-time police force. Woolwich Township Police Department Patrolman Shane Stranahan was sworn in after serving as a SLEO II officer for three years. Woolwich Mayor Alan Schwager swore in […]Read more ›
WOOLWICH — At their meeting on Sept. 19, the Woolwich Township Committee discussed flooding issues at the intersection of Woodstown Road and Russell Mill Road. Mayor Alan Schwager has noted that Gloucester County has failed to respond to the situation to this point, and flooding goes across Woodstown Road. Solicitor […]Read more ›