Updated Positive Test Results In The County

July 28 NEW CASES: 18 COUNTY TOTAL: 3,015 The 2998th case is a 51-year-old female from Glassboro.The 2999th case is a 64-year-old female from Mantua.The 3000th case is a 36-year-old female from Washington Twp.The 3001st case is a 24-year-old male from Harrison Twp.The 3002nd case is a 36-year-old male from National Park.The 3003rd case is […]

GOV. MURPHY PRESS CONFERENCE: July 22

Executive Order clarification: All contact high risk sports and activities MUST be done outside only. Martial Arts Studios may hold non-contact classes indoors with 25 percent capacity and masks and social distancing. Yoga and pilates studios must also have a 25 percent capacity and participants and staff must wear masks and use social distancing. Health […]

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Senate Bill to Reimburse Restaurants for False Openings

TRENTON – Legislation to reimburse restaurants, bars and caterers that spent money on supplies in preparation for indoor dining’s return only to have that authorization rescinded was introduced in the Senate. The bill, sponsored by Senate President Steve Sweeney, Senator Vin Gopal and Senator Anthony Bucco, would fund the reimbursements by appropriating $30 million to the […]

Budget Panel Approves State Borrowing Bill with Legislative Safeguards; Sweeney-Sarlo Legislation Would Create the ‘New Jersey COVID-19 Emergency Bond Act’

TRENTON – The Senate Budget Committee today approved a bill authorizing the state to borrow up to $9.9 billion with the consent of a legislative panel to address the financial crisis created by the coronavirus outbreak. Sponsored by Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senator Paul Sarlo, the bill, S-2697/A-4178, would create the “New Jersey COVID-19 Emergency Bond […]

Motor Vehicle Crash Kills 2 in Logan Township

LOGAN TWP. – Two people were killed in a head on crash on Heron Drive at 5:15 p.m. on July 8. According to Logan Township Police, the preliminary investigation revealed that a 2010 Ford Taurus was travelling northbound on Heron Drive and attempted to pass another vehicle, crossing the centerline of the roadway. The Ford […]

Peaceful Area Solidarity Marches Show Support

RESIDENTS, municipal officials of Swedesboro and Woolwich Township, and members of the Woolwich Township Police Force joined together in this peaceful Solidarity March on June 6. The crowd of several hundred people of all ages and color gathered at Locke Avenue Park where there was a voter registration table and water available from local merchants. […]

Reevaluation Hurts Residents in 2020 Woolwich Municipal Budget

WOOLWICH TWP. — At their meeting on June 15, the Woolwich Township Committee approved and adopted its 2020 municipal budget. This budget calls for an actual rate decrease but because of the recent reevaluations, it will mean an increase in resident tax bills. “Our tax rate is going from .555 to .511,” explained Woolwich Township […]

Polling locations for the 2020 New Jersey Primary

(Provisional and Unaffiliated Voters declaring a party) WEST DEPTFORD — Under Executive Order No. 144, the July 7 New Jersey Primary will be primarily Vote-By-Mail (VBM). This means that the general public must Vote-By-Mail instead of the traditional in person voting. All active registered Democrats and Republicans have automatically received a VBM ballot. Your VBM […]

Calling All Volunteers: Woolwich Fire Company Begins New Recruitment Campaign

SWEDESBORO — As New Jersey enters Phase 2 in its pandemic response, the Woolwich Fire Company lifts the curtain on its campaign to recruit more volunteer firefighters with its new recruitment website: www.woolwichfirefighter.org. The website was created to highlight the reasons to volunteer, and to collect inquiries. Also debuting is a new slogan, “Train for […]