Pass The Wisdom Makes $1,000 Donation To King’s Things

A $1,000 DONATION was made to King’s Things by Pass The Wisdom, a non-profit organization based in Swedesboro. Pictured above are Carl Rainear, Manager of the King’s Things foundation, and Aristotle Makoujy, Founder and President of Pass The Wisdom promotes direct communication between our seniors and area students for mutual benefit while also providing […]

East Greenwich Hoping for 20 Full Time Police Officers in 2020

MICKLETON — At their meeting on Jan. 14, the East Greenwich Township Committee adopted a resolution that approved the hiring of Class I and Class II Officers, and a Full Time Police Officer. East Greenwich Mayor Dale Archer has stated before that the town’s goal for 2020 was to have 20 full time officers on […]

Woolwich Issues Proclamations for Local Achievements

WOOLWICH TWP. — At their meeting on Jan. 21, the Woolwich Township Committee honored two local people,  Ryan Duffy and former mayor Alan Schwager, with proclamations for outstanding achievements. Ryan Duffy was recognized for winning the Boys 9-10 Division of the 2019 National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships in December at Yahara Golf Course in […]

Kindergarten Registration Scheduled for South Harrison Elementary

HARRISONVILLE — The South Harrison Township Elementary School will be holding its Kindergarten Registration on April 14, 15, and 16. A kindergarten parent meeting will also be held on the evening of Thursday, April 2 at 6 p.m. at the school. If you have a child who will be five years of age by October […]

September & October

SENIORS OF THE MONTH FOR SEPTEMBER Richard Jaramillo, son of Rich and Robin Jaramillo of Woolwich Township. School Activities:  Richard is the Student Council/Student Body President, Student Ambassador, STEM Academy, National Honor Society President, and Varsity Swim Team Captain. Out of School Activities:  Club Swimming for Greater Philadelphia Aquatic Club (22 plus hours of training […]

Shameful and Painful Parts of American History that Should Never be Forgotten

It’s common today to hear about friends and family members who have researched their ancestry through DNA testing. Maybe you’ve even participated yourself, and now have a documented record of your lineage that you care share with your extended family and pass along to your children. That is, as long as you are not African […]

Samantha Silvers of Swedesboro, a Northeastern University student majoring in media arts, was recently named to the university’s Dean’s List for the Fall semester, which ended in December 2019.


CLARKSBORO — Everyone is invited to attend the annual Ham and Cabbage Dinner on March 15 at 5 p.m. at Zion Community UMC. Donations are accepted. Zion Church is located at 242 Kings Highway in Clarksboro.

SWSD Comet All Stars Take on the Harlem Wizards for the 6th Time

WOOLWICH TWP. — On Jan. 2, the Comet All Stars played in a SLAMTASTIC game against the Harlem Wizards at Kingsway Regional High School. The annual community fundraising event came back to town and featured a variety of fun interactive extras to complement the Wizards’ dazzling demonstration of hoops artistry. Throughout the night the audience […]