CLARKSBORO — Zion United Methodist Church will be resuming their Free Senior Bingo Program on Friday, June 28. Doors will open at 9:30 a.m. The program will continue on the second and fourth Friday of each month. Coffee, refreshments and fellowship will be available at 9:30 a.m. Bingo will be 10 to 11 a.m. Everyone […]

From a Dragon’s Point of View: Graduation

Just like any other year, seniors find it difficult to say goodbye to the places and people that built them. As the Class of 2021 looks back on their four years at Kingsway, they struggle to find closure on a senior year experience that shows little resemblance to the graduating classes that precede them. In […]

Library Field Trips Go Virtual

SWEDESBORO — While searching for ways to make school more fun during the COVID-19 pandemic, educators at Margaret Clifford School (MCS) in Swedesboro rose to the occasion with a creative idea to not only engage their students, but to build community.  Preschool students at MCS had a walking trip to Swedesboro Public Library scheduled at […]

Growing Food and Knowledge All Summer Long

SWEDESBORO — In March of 2020, when the pandemic began, teachers had to transition from in person teaching to online, and the nature of teachers’ work shifted radically and practically overnight. Curriculum became digital. Field trips were cancelled. Projects were postponed. How could teachers keep a sense of normalcy for their students with such an […]

Neurology Services Expand with Addition of Rachel Wiegand

SALEM — In addition to receiving care from Cooper University Hospital doctors in the Emergency Department, Salem Medical Center patients now have access to Cooper University Hospital’s Teleneurology Services with the addition of Neurologist Rachel Wiegand, MS, PA-C. Wiegand, a Cooper University Hospital staff member, has joined SMC providing support in the clinical specialty of […]

June Issue Obituaries

JUNK — Ron Junk, 73. All his life he wanted to be a police officer. Ron would work for a few years for the Glassboro department before he was hired by the newly formed Woolwich Township Police; one of the first four officers to be hired. And with his hiring, Woolwich got a two for […]

Logan Township Crimelog

April 9: Officers responded to Uptown Bakeries on High Hill Road for a Theft report. It was reported that someone entered an employee’s unlocked vehicle and stole $400 cash. April 15: Patrols responded to Green Chef on Commerce Blvd. for a Theft of a cell phone. It was reported that the victim left his iPhone […]

Letter To The Editor

Thank you, Given the circumstances surrounding COVID, I would like to thank the educators and administrators who have worked so diligently to provide our students with a quality education experience during unexpected difficult times. I also want to thank Senators Steve Sweeney and Dawn Addiego for sponsoring a bill to allow for enhanced and expanded […]


SWEDESBORO — Saint Francis Council of the Knights of Columbus – Swedesboro wishes to offer to all our gratitude to the following: They wish to thank all the residences of Logan, Swedesboro, and Woolwich for their contributions to their annual “Mentally Challenged Drive.”  With the money you donated, they are able to support schools and […]


CLARKSBORO — On Saturday, June 12 from 10 a.m. until 12 noon, St. Peter’s Church at 304 Kings Highway in Clarksboro will be hosting a contactless food drive. Although the Pandemic may be under control and things are beginning to return to normal, food insecurity continues to be a problem throughout our country and in […]