Kingsway Seniors Finally Get to Hold Graduation Ceremony

The Kingsway Graduating Class of 2020 finished a tumultuous year, full of ups and downs and uncertainty, taking their final walk as seniors during their graduation ceremony on July 17 to empty stands with family and friends watching a live stream on YouTube. Outside graduation ceremonies had been banned by the state’s limited capacity for […]

East Greenwich Donating Homes to Habitat for Humanity

MICKLETON — At their meeting on July 14, the East Greenwich Township Committee introduced an ordinance that would allow them to acquire certain real estate property.  The properties are being donated to Habitat for Humanity so three families can have homes, according to East Greenwich Township Mayor Dale Archer. East Greenwich will be authorized to […]

Logan Township Continues to Work on Traffic Issues

BRIDGEPORT — During their meeting on July 21, the Logan Township Council passed an ordinance that would amend the township code and establish a municipal truck route. The township has been working on repairs for its roadways and ideas for slowing down speeders. As Logan Township has been building up its businesses, truck traffic has […]


(Due to the Covid-19 Crisis, please call the organization to verify if the meetings are cancelled or being held online.) AGED TO PERFECTION: If you are over 55 years of age and reside in Woolwich or Swedesboro join us. We are an active senior group enjoying common interests, games and outings. Meetings are held the […]

Names in the News

Kevin John Horchak of Mullica Hill has been recognized on the Dean’s List at Norwich University for the Spring 2020 semester. Donovan Parker of Mullica Hill has earned a place on Furman University’s dean’s list for the 2020 spring semester. Marut K. Raval received a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Administration, Cum Laude from Boston […]

Local Youth Robotics Club Provides Real-World Help in Wake of COVID-19

The kids had worked so hard. Beginning last September, they built, programmed, updated, and constantly improved their robot in order to meet the challenges needed for competition in the World Championships. But in March the world changed. Competitions were cancelled and the Dragonators robotics club was no longer able to meet. All their hard work […]

Easy cold drinks for record hot days

Tame summer’s heat with minimal effort This summer has already broken records for hottest ever, but then, every year lately has been the hottest ever. Take time to make a relaxing, cooling, welcome cold drink for family and maybe a friend picnic in a shady place. The recipes here are quick and easy and there’s […]

Kingsway Softball Competes This Spring After All

The Kingsway softball team entered this 2019-2020 season with high hopes. They were returning much of their team from the previous year. As the defending South Jersey Group 4 champions, they had big game experience and were hoping to ride that experience to a State Group 4 title. The team was to be buoyed by […]

Bees, Wasps and Hornets in the Garden – Friends or Foes

Bees, wasps, and hornets can all be found in our landscapes, gardens, and flower beds. They are most prevalent when temperatures are warm, and their food sources are plentiful. Bees, wasps, and hornets are closely related since they all belong to the order Hymenoptera. However, they belong to two distinctly different families. Bees are in […]

August Issue

KILEY — James W. Kiley age 76 years of Mickleton went home to be with the Lord on July 4 surrounded by his family. Mr. Kiley was born and raised in Monroe, Michigan where he met his wife at 12 years old when he knocked on their door to sell a newspaper subscription. After attending […]