Once all panels are completed, they will be shipped to the NAMES Project Foundation in Atlanta for final assembly into the 12-by-12-foot block.
Due to premature failures of the turf, the district is forced to fund two new fields at both Cherokee and Shawnee high schools in the amount of more than $1 million.
The Board of Education hosted its annual Volunteer Appreciation Night on May 22 where students and parents from each high school were recognized for their commitment to serving others.
Four individuals who have given exemplary service to the community were recognized and honored, along with winners of VFW's national patriotic speech and essay programs.
Students and staff to choose from among five titles linked by a “Search for Self” theme.
Students at Van Zant Elementary School kicked off their Memorial Day weekend by learning that the true meaning of Memorial Day goes beyond any barbecue, day off or trip to The Shore.
The Environmental Affairs Advisory Committee (EAAC), Pinelands Preservation Alliance and the Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions will present information on what residents can do to help the environment.
The CDC estimates that at least 4 million U.S. households have children living in them that are being exposed to high levels of lead.
Musician Kenny Curcio’s ‘American Soldier’ single to benefit Operation Yellow Ribbon of South Jersey
Curcio will donate a portion of the proceeds based on sales of the single to the Marlton-based, nonprofit Operation Yellow Ribbon of South Jersey military-support group.
Members discussed the issue of farm and firewood stands that were causing traffic issues among drivers, along with adding another environment committee.