Swedesboro Town Wide Yard Sale, June 8

SWEDESBORO — On Saturday, June 8, Swedesboro will be hosting a Town Wide Yard Sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., rain or shine. Non-Swedesboro residents who would like to participate can set up at Swedesboro’s Auction property at 101 Leahy Avenue. Please stop by the Borough Hall to register. A fee of $10 will […]

2nd Annual 08085 Run/Walk/Sit, June 1

SWEDESBORO — The Kiwanis Club of Greater Swedesboro, The Swedesboro Woolwich PTO, and The Swedesboro Woolwich Parks and Recreation Committee, have joined together to present the 2nd Annual 08085 Run/Walk/Sit. This event will celebrate the zip code that Swedesboro, Woolwich, and Logan share, and will kick off Fun Day 2019 on June 1. There will […]

Kingsway to Continue Progress Toward Full State Funding in Fiscal Year ‘20

WOOLWICH TWP. — The efforts of the Kingsway Regional High School District community members played a significant role in modifying New Jersey’s school funding laws toward equal redistribution across the state. At the Woolwich Township Committee meeting on April 15, the Committee heard that this forward progress was set to continue. In her report on […]

Logan Tables Resolution to Introduce Budget

BRIDGEPORT — During their meeting on April 16, the Logan Township Council tabled a resolution to introduce the community’s 2019 municipal budget. CFO Will Pine explained that he had been waiting to receive financial information from the state, so he left the budget introduction on the agenda. But the information never arrived. According to the […]

East Greenwich Celebrates Costill’s 43 Years of Service

MICKLETON — At their meeting on April 23, the East Greenwich Township Committee paid tribute to Municipal Clerk Sue Costill for her 43-year career with the community. Costill announced her retirement would be effective after April 30. “Sue is really the foundation of the entire department,” stated East Greenwich Mayor Dale Archer. “I’m in my […]

Swedesboro-Woolwich School District Teaching “Soft Skills”

SWEDESBORO — The role of schools and education today involves much more than just teaching academic content such as reading, math, and science. Education must include the academics\ but must also teach “soft skills”. Soft skills are the skills necessary for people to get along with others efficiently and effectively in order to live a […]

Friend to two kidney recipients, local man donates kidney, becomes donor advocate

Bright and happy when she began telling her story a day after surgery at Jefferson University Hospital, Megan Lolly’s composure broke into near-tears in just minutes. “My husband has held my lifeless body on more than one occasion,” she said, her voice lowering, breaking. “He’s come home to find me not breathing. Not moving. Comatose.” […]

May 2019 Issue

KREPS — Stephen C. Kreps, 52. To hear people speak about him, Steve was a legend. From his teenage years until now, he was the guy everyone knew – in high school, on the soccer and football fields, on the street, to the neighborhood – everyone knew his name. He couldn’t even go on vacation […]

Kingsway Winter Sports Wrap-Up: Something Old and Something New

Kingsway winter sports continued to shine as usual. However, what really stood out are some of the new pieces in the department. With new head coaches in girls basketball and swimming, along with the implementation of the girls wrestling program, Kingsway certainly had a new look this winter. Here is a breakdown of the winter […]


CLARKSBORO — You’re invited to free Senior’s Bingo on Fridays, May 10 and 24. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. for refreshments with Bingo from 10 to 11. Zion Community Church is located at 242 Kings Highway, Clarksboro and is handicap accessible.  For information call 845-423-2000.