Harrison Day Yard Sale to Benefit a Local Family

MULLICA HILL – A Yard Sale will be held on May 3 beginning at 9 a.m. at 34 N. Main Street in Mullica Hill. The yard sale’s proceeds will benefit a local Mullica Hill family and will be donated to them this year prior to Christmas. Any yard sale items not sold on May 3 […]

Swedesboro Library Happenings

Adult Computer Classes: Internet Basics – Monday, May 12, 7 p.m Microsoft Publisher Basics – Thursday, May 29, 11 a.m Recycled Wreath Craft – Make an antique book page wreath from recycled books– Tuesday, May 20, 6:30-8 p.m. Space is limited so please register for this adult/teen program. Go to www.gcls.org or call 856-467-0111. “Caring […]

Inspira Medical Center Woodbury Offers Free Stroke Risk Assessments

WOODBURY — For National Stroke Awareness Month, Inspira Medical Center Woodbury will provide a free stroke risk assessment from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Saturday, May 17. Participants must call 1-800-INSPIRA to make an appointment. The free assessment will include blood pressure, heart rhythm, and pulse checks. Individual counseling and refreshments will be provided. Participants […]


The following individuals have petitioned to run in the Primary Election to be held on June 3 for municipal government seats. EAST GREENWICH 2 seats open Republican – Richard Schober and Robert Tice Democrat – Robbin George and Wilfredo Rojas Republican Tom Decker and Democrat Sam Giordano have not filed for re-election. The Township Committee […]

Paint The Town Purple Week Events

MULLICA HILL – The Relay For Life of Mullica Hill will be held on May 5 as part of “Paint The Town Purple” to raise money and awareness for cancer research. The Relay For Life, sponsored by the American Cancer Society, is where teams walk around a track for 12 straight hours to raise money. […]

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. After two years of competing […]

May 2014 Issue Obituaries

HENZY – John M. Henzy Jr. age 70 of Mullica Hill passed away on March 25 at his home. Born in Philadelphia, he was a long time resident of Mullica Hill. During his lifetime, John lived in Germany, Brazil, Japan, Korea, and Laos, attending 17 different schools before college. He holds a B.S. Ed. Degree […]


CLARKSBORO — Zion Community Church is hosting a Mother/Daughter Dinner on Saturday, May 10th, 2014 at 5:30 pm. All ladies are welcome, both young and old—mothers, daughters, nieces, aunts, grandmothers, great grandmothers, sisters, children and grandchildren, etc. Come and enjoy great fellowship. The dinner is being given by the Women of Zion. Please call the […]


REPAUPO — Repaupo UMC will be collecting canned goods in the community of Repaupo on Sunday, May 18, from 10 to 11:00 a.m. Donated items will be given to King’s Things in Swedesboro to help fill their pantry shelves. All contributions will be appreciated. Some of the congregation will be traveling to Camden on Saturday, May 24, […]

Be Prepared: Scouts of Yesteryear Exhibit Extended

WOODBURY — Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts have been a tradition in America for over a century.  The Gloucester County Historical Society museum is presenting a remarkable exhibit with scouting artifacts from over the decades. Numerous uniforms, merit badges, equipment, manuals, flags and accessories from the 1920’s on are on display. This exhibit will conclude […]