Dinosaurs & Wizards In Swedesboro? All Part of Swedesboro Day This Year

SWEDESBORO — Dig into all the excitement and fun of Swedesboro Woolwich Day on Saturday, Sept. 28 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Follow the Dinosaur Discovery Trail along Kings Highway in downtown Swedesboro to experience all this family-friendly event has to offer. Armature paleontologists of all ages will have fun with our dino-mite activities. […]

Logan Middle School 1st & 2nd Honor Students for 4th Marking Period

LOGAN TOWNSHIP – Below is a list of students who have made First and Second Honors at Logan Township Middle School for the Fourth Marking Period ending June 14, 2019. PRINCIPAL LIST (Received all A’s) Grade 6: Caroline Brickner, Carina Covotta, Josie DeForest, Abigail Fling, Katelyn Fox, Kasey Gelato,  Kailee Griffin, Adara Hatt, Grace LaMonaca, […]


WOOLWICH TWP. – Woolwich Township’s annual Patriot Day Ceremony will be held beginning promptly at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 11 at the Woolwich Township Municipal Building. This event commemorates the lives lost in the tragedies on September 11, 2001. The Woolwich Township Municipal Building is located at 120 Village Green Drive, Woolwich Township.

Lake Narraticon Clean Up Help Needed

SWEDESBORO — A Lake Narraticon Clean Up will be held on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 12 and 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Every October the Swedesboro Woolwich Environmental Commission asks Gloucester County to lower Lake Narration to expose the shoreline. Lakefront residents take this time to make repairs to their shoreline, docks or […]


CLARKSBORO — You’re Invited! Free Senior’s Bingo on Fridays, Sept. 13 and 27. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. for refreshments with Bingo from 10 to 11p.m. Zion Community Church is located at 242 Kings Highway in Clarksboro and is handicap accessible. For information call 423-2000.

To The Editor: In regards to the response letters to my original Letter to the Editor in June regarding organ donation: My own father was a recipient of his brother’s kidney as one of the first organ transplants performed in the country at the University of PA back in 1975. I certainly am in favor […]

Swedesboro Prepares Routes for New School Term

SWEDESBORO — At the Swedesboro Council meeting on Aug. 19, Woolwich Township Police Chief of Police Richard Jaramillo reported that he didn’t expect Kings Highway to be opened for the first day of school. Back in June, the New Jersey Department of Transportation closed the southbound lane of Kings Highway between the intersection of Route […]

East Greenwich Gives Go Ahead to Commercial Facility

MICKLETON — At their meeting on Aug. 13, the East Greenwich Township Committee held a public hearing that approved the application for a long-term tax exemption and financial agreement with Huff Lane AP Urban Renewal for a commercial distribution warehouse. The warehouse should break ground in September, according to East Greenwich Township Mayor Dale Archer. […]

Logan Reducing the Scope of Its Road Program

BRIDGEPORT — During their meeting on Aug. 20, the Logan Township Council took steps to reduce the scope of its FY2018-2019 Road Program. Engineer Annina Hogan recommended rejecting the two bids that came in for the job from American Asphalt and Pioneer Pipe because they both came in over budget. Later Council authorized Hogan to […]

KIMBALL — Jane Pidgeon Kimball, 92. Jane lived on her family’s farmland which they occupied for three generations. She was a lifelong and active member of Bethesda UM Church and the JEMS Class. Both Lore Heating and Chesney Insurance benefited from her office abilities until she retired in 1988. After that she gave most of […]