Weekly Roundup: Fire department, superintendent search top this week’s stories

Check out the biggest stories in Cinnaminson this week.

Photo courtesy of the Cinnaminson Fire Department.

The Cinnaminson Fire Department celebrated 100 years of service and the Board of Education is still looking for a new superintendent. Check out the biggest news in Cinnaminson this week.

Cinnaminson Fire Department celebrates 100 years of service

The Cinnaminson Fire Department commemorated 100 years of service last weekend with a celebration at the Merion. Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and retired Cherry Hill Fire Chief Robert Giorgio were among those in attendance.

School district continues the search for the next superintendent

Cinnaminson Township Public Schools is continuing the search for the next superintendent, Board of Education President Jean Cohen said at this week’s meeting.

After advertising the position for four weeks in various publications and on the New Jersey Association of School Administrators website, the district received 29 applications and is now in the interview phase.

Cinnaminson Police Department to host Drug Take Back Day on April 29

The Cinnaminson Police Department will be hosting a Drug Takeback Day on Saturday, April 29 from 10 a.m. — 2 p.m. April 29 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.

Cinnaminson native Melissa Tarte honored at Rowan University

Rowan University athletics honored 272 student-athletes at its annual Student-Athlete Day on Monday, April 3. The presentation was held in the Eynon Ballroom in the Chamberlain Student Center.

Cinnaminson native Melissa Tarte, a junior Psychology major and basketball player at the university, was among those recognized.