Names In The News

Alexis Cancila of Woolwich Township, a Kingsway 2018 graduate, was named to the Dean’s List at Millersville University Spring/Fall 2020-2021. Siyana Begey from Swedesboro was recently named to the Dean’s List at the College of William & Mary for the Spring 2021 semester. Camryn Grace O’Rourke, Senior Class President, Class of 2021 at Kingsway Regional […]

Shortages in Construction Supplies Will Cause Delay in 9/11 Memorial

EAST GREENWICH TWP. — Mayor Dale Archer announced at the East Greenwich Township Committee Meeting on June 22 that the scheduled construction of the 9/11 Memorial will be delayed until sometime next year. Archer stated a piece of steel from New York, limestone from the Pentagon and dirt from Pennsylvania had been received but the […]

Butterfly Festival, July 10

NATIONAL PARK — Celebrate butterflies and their important place in our natural world at Gloucester County’s Fourth Annual Butterfly Festival at Red Bank Battlefield in National Park on July 10 from 12 noon until 4 p.m. Many educational and fun activities are planned for both adults and children. An Insect Show by Dr. Dan will […]

Jersey corn is the star of Jersey summers

Everyone has a hot-summer-day story and while that story usually involves a beach or swimming pool, it won’t surprise you to learn how frequently mention of Jersey produce takes center stage. We are, after all, the Garden State and here in South Jersey, the garden harvest is succulently tasty. What might surprise you is the […]

Perfect Family Days are Only a Short Drive Away this Summer

Although many facets of life are returning to normal, summer traveling is still limited for many due to various restrictions. Because of this, some residents are once again foregoing vacation plans to exotic or far-away locales. Rather than considering this as an opportunity lost, take the chance to discover the various attractions in your immediate […]

Teen Vaccines

As the 2020-2021 school year draws to a close, it is important to reflect on the struggles and successes that have come with this year and how next year can be even better. Across the nation and in our community, the month of June marked an end to the mask mandate for fully vaccinated individuals. […]


CLARKSBORO — Zion United Methodist Church will be holding a Free Senior Bingo Program on Friday, July 9 and Friday, July 23. Doors will open 9:30 a.m. with coffee, refreshments, and fellowship. Bingo will be held from 10 to 11 a.m. Everyone is welcome for free fun, refreshments, and prizes. Zion Church is located at […]

StoryWalk Installed at Woolwich Township Locke Ave Park

The Gloucester County Library System, (GCLS) in partnership with the Woolwich Township Parks & Recreation Department recently installed StoryWalk® at Locke Ave Park.  A StoryWalk® is a fun, educational activity that provides a year-round family activity that combines the outdoors with literacy. The idea is to move from station to station reading a portion of […]

July Issue Obituaries

BUTLER — Susan Marie Butler (nee Winston), age 80, died on May 22, 2021. Susan was a graduate of Pitman High School in 1958. She lived in Mullica Hill most of her life. Susan worked in Medical Records at Elmer Community Hospital for over 42 years. Susan enjoyed shopping and gardening. Most of all, she […]