In this week’s print edition of The Sun:
• Art blooming: Spring is blooming in Cherry Hill, but so is the art world, as the township wrapped up its weeklong “Art Blooms” festival. The Croft Farm Art Center several events and helped featured talented township artists, Gaye Pino, chair of the Cherry Hill Arts Board, said.
• High school students, college-level classes: Cherry Hill high school students will have an opportunity for a unique college experience next year without the hassle of moving into a noisy dorm or leaving the comfort of their parents’ homes.
• Revised graduation requirements (School Report): In February, the state Board of Education unanimously approved a proposal for revised high school graduation requirements designed to equip students with 21st century skills and better prepare them for the workplace and college.
• Cleaning up DeCou Run (Mayor’s Message): Cherry Hill’s DeCou Run, a stream connected to the North Branch of the Cooper River, has experienced significant erosion over the past several years.