Over the last week, the Delran High School has been holding its annual science, technology, engineering, art and math camp for children in third grade all the way up to seniors in high school. The camp allowed for each age group to learn about a new topic, create projects, design art while simultaneously sparking their passion for STEAM.
From now until Aug. 16, Senator Singleton and Oaks Integrated Care will be collecting school supplies. Participants can drop off their donations at Senator Singleton’s office at 400 North Church Street, Suite 260 in Moorestown between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Lampitt, Schaer & Mukherji Bill Requiring Increased Transparency on Mandatory Student Fees at Colleges...
Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Pamela Lampitt, Gary Schaer and Raj Mukherji to increase transparency surrounding the collection and use of student fees at New Jersey colleges and universities was signed into law Tuesday, July 30.
Local students recently participated in an effort to support American soldiers stationed around the world through a letter writing campaign
Delran Board of Education discusses 2019-2020 district goals, business and community engagement and the...
On Monday, July 22, the Delran Board of Education held a meeting to discuss the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. The board members discussed many topics regarding the curriculum, the district’s goals, business, community engagement and personnel.
Resurfacing of a 3.4-mile portion of Creek Road in Delran, Mount Laurel and Moorestown Townships is expected to begin on Monday, Aug. 5. The project...
On Monday, July 22 the Delran Council discussed the history of affordable housing and its constitutional obligation in Delran to the residents. The council also addressed any concerns that the residents may have.
Rowan College at Burlington County giving alternatives to four-year college degrees.
The coalition, led by the Pinelands Preservation Alliance, sent a letter on July 18 calling on its Freeholders to deny any permit for construction of the New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) Southern Reliability Link (SRL) Pipeline on its county roads.
Local resident John Anderson wants to spread the word of the dangers of spreading invasive species as well as the necessary steps in which people should take to insure the health of the Rancocas Creek