This one didn’t get away

Carl Price of Swedesboro, holds up his prize trout caught recently at Lake Narraticon (Swedesboro Lake), weighing 6 pounds, measuring 21 inches. Although there is a 6-foot social distancing order in place, outdoor activity such as fishing is allowed, and fishing season is open. Conveniently, most fishing poles are 6-foot-long, so measuring proper healthy distancing […]

Local Businesses Struggle as COVID-19 Emergency Continues

As the COVID-19 virus has caused an international pandemic, the states of New Jersey and New York are currently at the epicenter of the crisis within the United States. To slow the transmission of the virus and help save lives, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed Executive Order 107 which required New Jersey residents to […]

Logan Township Tries Video Meeting Format to Conform To COVID Regulations

BRIDGEPORT — The Logan Township Council continued their efforts to protect employees and township residents from the enduring pandemic by changing the format of their meeting on April 21, changing their municipal meetings from in person attendance at the Logan Municipal Building to teleconference, due to the continuing  COVID-19 crises. Public notice was provided for […]

Swedesboro Summer Events Still Being Planned

SWEDESBORO — Mayor Tom Fromm, Swedesboro Council and the Economic Development Committee are remaining hopeful by moving forward with their summer events Please note that if the state is not ready to open, the Borough is prepared with a Game Plan B for our community, by moving the events into the fall. Once again, on […]

Food is a neighborly connection when everyone’s distancing

My nephew in New Hampshire sends photos to my phone of his latest cooking creation. Not photos from a restaurant, like the foodie fotos are, but of his own kitchen cooking. My sisters, in New England, send me digital meal pictures, too. And I send back my own. Everyone’s still sheltering in place, distancing, isolating, […]

Kingsway Boys Wrestling Wins South Jersey Group 4 Title

The runaway train that is the Kingsway High School Wrestling program just keeps on chugging along. The conductor of this machine, Coach Mike Barikian, quite simply knows how to build a sustained championship program. When he came on the scene four years ago, he promised to put this program in a position to vie for […]

May 2020 Issue Obituaries

GANOR — Mary T. “Snooks” Ganor (nee Kohn), on March 19 of Mullica Hill. Age 84. Beloved wife of Richard W. Ganor. Devoted mother of Mary E. Ganor-Hadfield, Richard S. Ganor, David N. Ganor (Kimberlee) and Michael E. Ganor. Loving grandmother of Alyssa, Brittania, Christian, and Samantha. Dear sister of Betty Johnson, Annamarie Richman, and […]

Logan Twp. Crimelog

March 5: Officers were dispatched to UPS on Birch Creek Rd. for a Theft report. It was reported to Officers that an employee had stolen 6 Apple Airpod headphones from the facility. The facility is still investigating the Theft which is valued at approximately $900. March 5: Officers responded to Rite Aid on Village Center […]

All Gloucester County Library System Libraries continue to be physically closed until further notice. However, you can still visit the library online and enjoy fun for everyone! You can view videos live at the Facebook page ( ) or archived on our youtube channel ( ). Mondays- Crafters Corner- 1 p.m., Adults Tuesdays- Wednesdays, […]

Juliano and Blanda win Hoffman DiMuzio Gift of the Heart Scholarship

WOODBURY — The law firm of Hoffman DiMuzio has allocated close to half a million dollars to its Gift of the Heart Community Scholarship Foundation.  Each of the 21 high schools in Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem County has selected two students to receive a $1,000 scholarship for embodying the service ideals of the program.  The […]