Eagle Scout Project Will Bring Boardwalk Crossing To Tranquility Trails

The Kiwanis of Greater Swedesboro presented a donation to Eagle Scout Candidate Benjamin Miller last month. He will use the money to construct a boardwalk in Tranquility Trails in Woolwich Township. Pictured here are (left to right) Kiwanis Secretary/Race Director Christopher Wilbraham, Kiwanis Board Director Brian Altmann, Benjamin Miller, and Kiwanis President Marty Caparros.  WOOLWICH […]

How to Get the Freshest Produce While Supporting South Jersey Agriculture

We are fortunate to live in an area surrounded by produce farms, and few places in the country can boast the large variety of superb quality and variety available in South Jersey. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), fresh fruits and vegetables represented over 30 percent of New Jersey’s […]

Swedesboro Opts Out of Cannabis Operations

SWEDESBORO — A public hearing regarding cannabis was held at the virtual Swedesboro Council meeting on July 19 when the council unanimously voted to opt out of the operation of any cannabis business. Mayor Thomas Fromm stated that they are currently not going to change any zoning laws and are now in a “holding pattern” […]

Rash of Car Break Ins Reported In East Greenwich

MICKLETON – A message went out from the East Greenwich Township Police Chief Matthew Brenner, alerting East Greenwich residents that there has been an increase in burglaries and thefts from motor vehicles. He stated that most of these crimes are occurring overnight with unlocked, parked cars being targeted. “These thefts can typically range from a […]

Kingsway Racewalker Keeps It In the Family: Ryan Allen Wins National Championship

Two years ago before the COVID-19 pandemic, we reported on the exploits of Kingsway track and field athlete Sam Allen. After finishing second to Sean Glaze, the defending national champion, in the 1-Mile Racewalk at the winter track national championships by 2-hundredths of a second, he won the spring track national championship in the 3000-meter […]

As schools open, you’ll need to fill lunchboxes again

It seems ever more likely that this month or next the schools will resume classes as per usual and that is, for most students and parents, cause for celebration. It also means making up lunches for those students not purchasing mid-day meals. Homemade lunches don’t have to be same old, same old (talking about you, […]


CLARKSBORO — Zion United Methodist Church, 242 Kings Highway, Clarksboro will be holding its free Senior Bingo Programs on Friday, Aug. 13 and Friday, Aug. 27. Doors will open 9:30 a.m. Coffee, refreshments and fellowship will be available at 9:30 a.m. and bingo will be 10 to 11 a.m. Everyone is welcome for free fun, […]


Dalton Britner, son of Christopher and Christine Britner of Woolwich Township. School Activities: Dalton has been involved in the following activities during his high school career: Business Leadership Academy: 2017-Present, DECA: 2017-Present, Boys’ Volleyball: 2017-Present, Student Ambassador: 2018-Present, Cross Country: 2017-2018 school year, Winter Track: 2017-2018 school year, Student Council: 2018-2020, World Wildlife Club: 2019-2020 […]