My Home Town Photo Contest Winners

AND THE WINNER IS – Cathy Mertz, Mickleton  2nd PLACE WINNER –   Scott Wright, Bridgeport 3rd PLACE WINNER (Tie) – Louise Beck, Mullica Hill 3rd PLACE WINNER (Tie) – Caroline King, Woolwich Twp. 4th PLACE WINNER (Tie) – Angie Tarr, Clarksboro 4th PLACE WINNER (Tie) –  Ella Kelley, Clarksboro 4th PLACE WINNER (Tie) – Ella Kelley, Clarksboro 4th PLACE WINNER (Tie) – Ella […]

And The Winner of the My Home Town Photo Contest Is….

Cathy Mertz, of Mickleton. Obviously she feels that the best part of living here is the people. And apparently so does everyone else. Click on our Photo Contest tab to see the other winning photographs. Our next photo contest, Flora and Fauna, is now underway.

Annual Township Patriot Day, Sept. 11

WOOLWICH TWP. – Everyone is invited to attend the Annual Woolwich Township Patriot Day Ceremony on the grounds of the Woolwich Township Municipal Building on Sunday, Sept. 11 at 8:30 a.m. Join together as a community to pay tribute and honor to all of those who were lost during the tragic attack on America. The […]

Mullica Hill Fall Events Begin Sept. 10

MULLICA HILL — Fall weekend events in Mullica Hill will kick off on Saturday, Sept. 10 with an antique car show, the opening of several new shops, music, and their annual Rode’s chicken barbecue beginning at 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Starting at 10 a.m., there will be an antique car show on Main Street […]

Swedesboro Supports Awareness for Incurable FOP Condition with Proclamation

SWEDESBORO– — At their meeting on Aug. 15, the Swedesboro Council issued a proclamation designed to acknowledge and raise awareness of an incurable disease known as Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressive. West Deptford resident Zachary Kane, 23, was first diagnosed with the ailment when he was seven years old. Gary W. Whyte of Mountainside began advocating awareness […]

Archer Addresses School Taxes, Funding in East Greenwich

MICKLETON — East Greenwich Mayor Dale Archer spoke about local school system funding at the township’s Committee meeting on Aug. 23. Earlier in the day Archer attended a forum promoting Gov. Christie’s plan to redistribute state aid to New Jersey schools. Christie’s plan would award a fixed $6,599 to the schools for each student. Archer […]

Logan Honors Its Own Little League Championship Teams

BRIDGEPORT  —  At their meeting on Aug. 16, the Logan Township Council honored two of its own Little League teams for winning championships. Little League teams receiving Certificates of Recognition were the Logan 9-10 year old Girls Softball team, and the Logan Little League Majors All-Stars in baseball. In becoming New Jersey District 15 champions, […]


SEWELL — Interested in learning more about Judaism? Come to Congregation B’nai Tikvah-Beth Israel in Sewell, where Rabbi Jordan Gendra will teach an adult education course open to the public. The five-session program will begin on Sept. 22 and continue on Oct. 6, Nov. 3, Dec. 1, and Jan. 5. All classes take place from […]

September is Library Card Sign-up Month

MULLICA HILL — With back-to-school preparations well underway, the Gloucester County Library System joins public libraries nationwide to make sure that every student has the most important school supply of all – a free library card. GCLS libraries still have books! There are picture books and story books to help babies and preschoolers establish early […]