Crossword Puzzle May issue

    CLUES ACROSS 1. William the Conquerer’s birth city 5. Expired 9. Muslim greeting 11. Hangs cloth in loose folds 13. -__, denotes past 14. Jog 16. Ocean shore 17. Promotion of a product 18. The Constitution State 20. Russian space station 22. Paper mulberry bark cloth 23. Fiddler crabs 24. Drunkards 27. Domestic […]

$1,200 Donated To Help With Logan Police’s In-Car Computers

As a token of their appreciation for the work of law enforcement and in conjunction with their recent “Support Local Police” campaign, Main Street Dental’s Beckett Office (538 Beckett Road) proudly donated a check for $1,200 to the Logan Township Police Department. The funds will help defray the cost of a new in-car computer. Chief […]

Tax Increase Approved In Adopted Woolwich Budget

By Jenny Cowan WOOLWICH TWP. – At their April 20 meeting, the Woolwich Township Committee adopted their 2015 municipal budget that includes a local purpose tax increase. According to Woolwich Township Chief Financial Officer William Pine, the municipal tax rate will go up 2.26 cents from $.4758 to $.4984. On the average assessed home in the […]

Swedesboro and Local Police Address Glen Echo Speeding

by Robert Holt SWEDESBORO — At the Swedesboro Council meeting on April 20, Woolwich Township Police Lt. Sheldon Lewis informed the members that signage had been added to Glen Echo Avenue in an effort to curtail speeding. There have been potential safety fears regarding a school bus stop at Glen Echo Court and Glen Echo […]

East Greenwich Awarded Sustainable Jersey Grant

by Robert Holt MICKLETON — At the East Greenwich Township Committee meeting on April 14, Committeeman Richard Schober announced that the community has received a $10,000 grant from Sustainable Jersey. Statewide the program awarded four grants of $20,000, eight of $10,000, and 20 grants of $2,000. The grant funding is expected to assist the local […]

Logan to Allow Overnight Camping at Bridgeport Speedway

by Robert Holt BRIDGEPORT — At their meeting on April 21, the Logan Township Council approved a temporary use permit request by the Bridgeport Speedway that would allow overnight camping for special shows. There had been issues in 2014 about some overnight camping there that had not been approved. Logan Township Police Department Captain Robert […]

9th Annual Outdoor Living & Garden Show, May 16

SWEDESBORO – As Spring arrives in South Jersey, the Outdoor Living and Garden Show is shaping up to be yet another awesome year with a variety of outdoor living activities that will educate and entertain the whole family. As always, admission for the event is free. The event is held in downtown Swedesboro on Kings […]

Arts & Crafts Festival, May 9

MULLICA HILL – The Mullica Hill Arts and Crafts Festival will be held on May 9 from 10 5 p.m. along Main Street in Mullica Hill. There will be paintings, photographs, jewelry, sculpture, crafts, children’s activities, music, and food. Rain date is May 10. For more information contact Lynne Perez at 856-285-0159.

Old Stone Church Anniversary Service, May 17

WOOLWICH TWP. – Old Stone Church, built in 1793 and one of the oldest Methodist churches in South Jersey, will hold its annual anniversary service on Sunday, May 17 at 3 p.m. Old Stone Church is located two miles west of Swedesboro, just off Route 322 at the intersection of Stone Meeting House and Oak […]