Letter writer Robin Montresor says Democrat freeholder candidate Carlos Mercado of Vineland is dedicated to helping the residents of Cumberland County. From:: Blog NJ
The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has lifted its water advisory in Paulsboro, and plastics company Solvay Solexis will stop offering free bottled water to residents as of Nov. 1, according to borough officials. From:: Blog NJ
Letter writer Warren Robinson says that Mike Zapolski has done much for Bridgeton and deserves re-election to city council. From:: Blog NJ
Letter writer Rick Nichols says Adam Reid and Jim Mehaffey will make a positive difference on West Deptford Township Committee. From:: Blog NJ
The suit claims Harrison Township’s mayor and council failed to follow correct procedure in creating a redevelopment zone in the Richwood section of the township. From:: Blog NJ
The Swedesboro-Woolwich Historical Society invites you to enjoy “A collection of 20th century hats: A talk and Display,” on Wednesday, November 19, 2014, at 7:00 pm.
Thomas E. Bowe School students cheered as a Dialed Action Sports Team stunt-rider performed a bicycle flip over Principal Wanda Pichardo during the Glassboro school’s Renaissance Program kick-off in October.
Contemporary Christian groups Tenth Avenue North and Royal Tailor make an exciting stop at the Gloucester County Community Church in Sewell, NJ on Sunday, November 9 at 7:00pm as a part of their “Cathedrals” Tour.
The Glassboro Public School District recognized fifth- through eighth-grade students with perfect scores on NJASK Math or Science Tests at its October Board of Education Meeting.
Dorothy L. Bullock School honored its first group of Star Students for the 2014-2015 School Year on October 24.
Glassboro High School Seeds to Success Advisor Barb Jones (left) and student Emma Reader (right) presented information on the Seeds to Success Program at Glassboro’s October Board of Education Meeting.
The 23rd Annual Mayors’ Prayer Breakfast will be held Thursday, December 4, 2014 at 7AM at Aulettos Caterers, 1849 Cooper St., Woodbury NJ. Guest speaker: Mark Whitacre.