Coming in this week’s print edition of The Sun:
• Taking it to the Nixle level: It’s not Twitter, but Voorhees is making the foray into the Internet update business to keep residents informed of important events and information. The township became the first municipality on the East Coast to subscribe to Nixle — an Internet-based company that sends location-specific information to registered users on the Web, mobile phones and smart phone devices.
• Head to the polls: The time to hit the polls for the annual school board election is fast approaching, and residents should prepare to decide the fate of the 2009–10 school district budgets as well as three open seats on the Voorhees K-8 Board of Education. The election will be held on Tuesday, April 21.
• Construction on schedule: A year after Virtua broke ground on its new state-of-the-art facility, workers are ready to close the building’s façade.
• Mayor’s column: Hundreds of members of Congregation Beth El wore shirts adorned with this theme at the groundbreaking two and a half years ago for their new facility at 8000 Main St. in Voorhees. On April 5, the path was followed and the dream became a reality as their new home opened.