Calendar of Events

APRIL AGED TO PERFECTION: If you are over 55 years of age and reside in Woolwich or Swedesboro join us. We are an active senior group enjoying common interests, games and outings. Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month at 7 p.m. at the Woolwich Township Municipal Building. New members are […]

East Greenwich School Librarian Nominated for National LifeChanger Award

Wordelmann was nominated by her colleague, Jessica McCarthy. Wordelmann has created many programs at Jeffrey Clark School, including the “Poem in Your Pocket” program, which helps students with public speaking, reading, and writing poems. “If you had a chance to be in Mrs. Wordelmann’s presence, you would be amazed by her energy and kind spirit […]

Swedesboro Library Events

Register for your favorite programs! Adults: Spring Harp Concert – Thursday, April 12 – 7 p.m. Don’t miss Richmond Carlton playing a variety of lively and beautiful tunes that will entertain and inspire. Registration required. Make a felt flower fairy –  Wednesday, April 18 – 6:30 p.m. Try your hand at this unique craft called […]

Kingway Regional High School Honor Roll Students for First Marking Period

SUPERINTENDENT’S LIST GRADE 9 – Evan Bretz, Dalton Britner, Bhavana Chamarthi, Jason Chan, Amy Chen, Joseph Collins III, Matthew Cooney, Elizabeth DeLoach, Maggie Faux, Darci Garrity, Cole Griscom, Nicholas Guidotti, Rabiya Haque, Riley Harker, Allison Hillnan. Joann Kandavalli, Megan Lail, Max Ma, Steven Maiers, Patricia Martin, Sarah Mason, Jamilynne McCabe, Madison Miller, Haley Modi, Kylie […]

Plea in Swedesboro Sexual Assaults

WOODBURY — Brandon A. Martinez-Tapia, 21, pleaded guilty on Feb. 23 to two sexual assault counts that occurred in Swedesboro between 2014 and 2017. Martinez-Tapia pled guilty to two counts of second-degree sexual assault when the victim is between 13 and 15 years old and the defendant is at least four years older. The offenses […]

East Greenwich Twp. Fire and Rescue Response Log

Feb. 1 through Feb. 28 Dwelling Fire – 2; Building Fire – 1; Motor Vehicle Crash – 3; Fire Alarm – 8; Carbon Monoxide Alarm – 2; Service Assignment – 1; Fumes – 3; Cover Assignment – 1; Cardiac Arrest – 1; Wires Down or Arcing – 1; Fire investigation – 1 Feb. 7: 70 […]

April 2018 Issue Obituaries

CALHOUN — Robert Kenneth Calhoun, 80, a permanent resident of Lee County, FL since 2013, formerly of Leesburg, NJ, passed away Feb. 8 in Fort Myers, FL. He was born Jan. 8, 1938 in Moorestown, NJ to Edward and Ethel Calhoun, now deceased. Robert was of the Baptist faith. He was a member of the […]

Logan Township Police Department Crime Log

Jan. 12 – March 22 Jan. 12: Police responded to Sam’s Club, 200 Birch Creek Rd. for a report of burglary and theft. The investigation revealed that over two nights, unknown actors broke into trailers on the property and stole various products including TV’s, home surveillance systems and various other household electronics, with an estimated […]

Upcoming Events for the South Jersey Land & Water

AUBURN — Oldman’s Creek Workday & Walk, Saturday April 7 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Come out to our beautiful Oldmans Creek Preserve, located at 21 Main Street in Auburn. Take a guided hike with our Land Steward, Phil Arsenault. He will guide you through the preserve talking about native flora and fauna and […]


GIBBSTOWN – The Mickleton Garden Club will present “The Beauty of Native Flowers In Glass Art” on April 12 at 6:30 p.m. in the Gibbstown Library on Swedesboro Road. The presentation will be made by Paul Stankard, glass artist. His glass is in many museums across America. Refreshments will be served.