Names In The News

Kyle Soldevilla of Woolwich Twp., a Student at Misericordia University was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester. Michael Mattioni, President of Mattioni, Ltd., was elected Chancellor of the Justinian Society on Monday June, 2. He was a long term member of its Board of Directors, and served as Vice-Chancellor for the past two […]

July Crossword Puzzle

CLUES ACROSS 1. Sanford, FL school   4. Indicates outer 8. Container counterbalance 10. Domestic cat genus 11. Cools down 12. Intolerant people 13. Take hold of 15. Corner bar 16. By way of 17. Microwave amplifier 18. Take up again 20. “Hawaii Five-O” star 23. A sphere 24. 007’s creator 25. Downton Abbey network […]

And There Was Dancing In The Streets

CHILDREN young and old came out to take part in the first of a series of Dancing In free concerts that took place in downtown Swedesboro on June 18. Upcoming Dancing In The Street dates are July 16 and Aug. 20. — Photo by Karen E. Viereck,  Editor/Publisher

Backyard Bible Bash VBS

“Meeting Jesus in Our Backyard” at Park Bible Baptist Church 95 Sparks Avenue, Pennsville NJ Monday Aug. 4-Friday Aug. 8, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Closing Program Friday Aug. 8 at 6 p.m. Ages 3 (must be toilet trained) through those finished with grade 6. Get a heads start on registering by calling us at 678-2528.

Swedesboro Seeks County Help for Franklin Street Speeding

By Robert Holt SWEDESBORO – Swedesboro Mayor Tom Fromm called for help from Gloucester County at the Swedesboro Council meeting on June 16, to combat speeding problems in his community. Residents of Franklin Street have become increasingly uneasy with vehicles traveling down their street at high rates of speed. The latest incident involved a truck […]

Kingsway Spring Sports Wrap-Up: Sending AD Galliera Out In Style

This spring season at Kingsway was the final athletic season led by athletic director Joe Galliera. Following up last year’s Shop-Rite Cup win, this year proved that Kingsway is not a flash in the pan. Galliera’s leadership helped put the Dragons in strong contention for a second consecutive Cup win and made Kingsway’s first year […]

The grilling is on!

Everybody I know is going on or planning a camping trip, an RV adventure, an outdoor barbecue or an indoor grill session. Did the cold, snowy winter activate whatever primitive gene urges us to charcoal something? Did the wet spring trigger a desire to put on an apron and start a fire sizzling? Does it […]

East Greenwich Turns to State For Help With Budget Woes

By Robert Holt MICKLETON — At their meeting on June 24, the East Greenwich Township Committee introduced an ordinance on its first reading that would defer a bond payment of $500,000 due Aug. 1 over the next five years. Despite numerous cutbacks, East Greenwich is fighting a tremendous budget deficit again this year. “The Director […]