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Letter From Kingsway Superintendent Concerning New School Funds Use

July 26, 2018   Dear Kingsway Community:   I am proud to say that Kingsway has been fortunate to have pulled together a core-group of passionate members of our community to tirelessly and persistently advocate for our schools to receive the state aid our growing districts have been promised for the better part of a […]

Police, Public Works Keep East Greenwich Spending Down

MICKLETON — During the East Greenwich Township Committee meeting on July 10, Mayor Dale Archer praised township employees for saving money on their municipal budget. Archer has noted that a lot of projects are taking place around the community that are not requiring extra help from local taxpayers. Archer pointed out that two outdoor basketball […]

Logan Reviews Beckett Road Truck Traffic

BRIDGEPORT —  The Logan Township Committee talked about a review of Beckett Road truck traffic at their meeting on July 17. Since the community has built up its businesses, Logan has faced more speeding and large truck traffic issues. Many of those problems have come from larger trucks turning from Beckett Road. Logan Engineer Annina […]

Woolwich Getting Price on Abandoned Nike Base Property

WOOLWICH TWP. — At their July 16 meeting, the Woolwich Township Committee adopted a resolution authorizing Renwick & Associates to conduct an appraisal of the abandoned Nike Base property. Director of Community Development Matt Blake recommended an appraisal of the property, and learned that Renwick & Associates have done appraisals of similar properties. The cost […]

Full STEAM ahead for Jeffrey Clark Students

MICKLETON — It isn’t often that students get excited about learning something new in the final days of school, but that’s what happened on June 18 and 19 at the Jeffrey Clark School in Mickleton. Kindergarten through 2nd grade students visited the STEAM Museum, a traveling exhibit with nine different hands-on activities including a bike […]

$1,000 in Peaches Stolen Off Of Orchard Trees

MULLICA HILL – Money might not grow on trees but peaches do, and to fruit farmers Tom and Stacey Holtzhauser of Mullica Hill, it’s the same thing. So when thieves helped themselves to an orchard full of his white peaches, they took $1,000 out of their pocket. Tom discovered the theft on July 3 when […]