On Dec. 16, the area had its first measurable snowfall in nearly two years and local residents couldn’t wait to take advantage of the fun. ABOVE: Carter Mennel, Brecken Dodulik, Olivia Vadino, Ali Wiggins, Thane Dodulik, Gavin Wiggins, Griffin Mennel, Novella Calanni, Landon Vadino enjoyed some sledding.
WOOLWICH TWP. — In lieu of the usual Swedesboro MLK Day of Homage activities, there will be a food giveaway on MLK Day, Jan. 18, at the Woolwich Township Municipal building lots, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. “We could not think of a greater way to honor Dr. King during this pandemic, than to […]
SWEDESBORO – Students in the Swedesboro/Woolwich School District will start their 2021 school year in an all-remote learning mode for two weeks to allow a 14 day quarantine period for all staff and students following the New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day holidays. This aligns with the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Policy Lab’s guidance, […]
SWEDESBORO — Swedesboro Mayor Thomas F. Fromm addressed the Borough’s latest COVID-19 statistics at the Borough Council’s virtual meeting on Dec. 21 Fromm said that in the last two to three weeks, the area has experienced a surge in positive cases, with six to seven new cases per day. He emphasized that it is not […]
Smoothies, the result of several ingredients beaten into a frothy liquid, have been around for some time, usually as a warm weather favorite because traditionally they are made with ice. Mostly, the smoothies sold at parks, eateries, cafes and the like are good-tasting and filling. But not necessarily healthy. And they are cold. Hey. It’s […]
SWEDESBORO – King’s Things would like to say thank you to the many people that contributed to their most challenging Christmas program ever witnessed. Gerry Siglow from Kings’s Things said the community came together changing “the worst of times into best of times”. Not by the conditions of the economy, social distancing, and the dangers […]
The year 2020 will go down in the history books as an arduous time. A deadly pandemic, racial unrest, a divisive presidential election, an economic crisis. The list goes on. But perhaps the biggest challenge for many of us was the change to our everyday lifestyle. Prior to March 2020, most of us were constantly […]
After losing out on the spring season, Kingsway athletes were chomping at the bit to get back out there and compete. However, they had to endure a summer of uncertainty, as they waited for the NJSIAA to render its decision on whether it would hold a fall interscholastic athletic season. Practices began almost a month […]