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Camden County wants your waste

Camden County residents can help keep the environment healthy on Saturday, March 19 by participating in the Special Household Waste Collection drive-through event at...

Boyle, Haughwout elected to Phi Beta Kappa

Morgan Boyle and Brian Haughwout, seniors at Rutgers-Camden College of Arts and Sciences, have been elected to membership in the Rutgers University chapter of...

A meeting with the Mayor

Recently, several Cherry Hill cub scouts from Pack 168 got to experience local government by visiting with mayor Bernie Platt and his staff. The...

Council meets tonight

The Cherry Hill Township Council meets tonight at 7:30 p.m., at Town Hall, 820 Mercer Street. Second readings of parking changes are on the...

Learn about adoption with AFTH

In our greatest efforts to educate your community on the services Adoptions From The Heart offers to those looking to build their family, we...

Partners in Caring

For the 11th year running, ShopRite associates have banded together for the annual ShopRite Partners In Caring Cheerios Contest. The contest, held during National...

Break The Silence March 15

Break The Silence — Talk About It, a conversation to support the safety and emotional well being of youth in the community, will be held Tuesday,...

Let’s talk budget

On March 1, the Board of Education adopted a preliminary budget for 2011–2012 that keeps current programs and services intact, restores four teaching positions...

For the furry friends in need

By ERIK SOKOLOWSKIThe fifth-grade students at Bret Harte Elementary School are accustomed to doing a yearly service project. In the past, the students and...

Bike path improvements in the works

With spring around the corner, the coming weeks are likely to bring one particular issue to the front of our collective minds in Cherry...
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