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Should schools still teach cursive?

Should schools even bother teaching cursive writing anymore? This has become a hot issue in education, the Gloucester County Times reported.New Jersey doesn’t seem...

Shawnee High band breaks record

The Shawnee High School marching band recorded its highest score in school history, a 97.438, on its way to finishing in third place at...

Medford Daisies help out for the holidays

Chairville Elementary First Grade Daisy troop #25418 volunteered to assemble holiday treat bags at St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry.

Flu shots in Medford

The Burlington County Freeholders, the Burlington County Health Department, the Healthcare Community, Burlington County College and numerous other partners are teaming up to ensure...

Medford’s Monarchs Move to Mexico

Medford Lakes School District’s 3rd Graders sent their Monarch butterflies on their way to Mexico on Wednesday, Oct. 5.The 3rd grade students learned the life-cycle...

Medford crime report a mixed bag

The numbers are in for the Uniform Crime Report (UCR) and Medford is looking okay.The report, created by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, was issued...

Medford Arts Center prepares for the holidays

The Medford Arts Center helps run the Dickens Festival and also does a whole lot more.The festival, which takes place Dec. 3, includes Santa arriving...

Brown’s resignation in Medford leaves some puzzled

The abrupt resignation of Medford Councilman David Brown has some scratching their heads.Medford Township Manager Christopher Schultz confirmed Brown handed in his resignation letter to...

Letter: New Medford council has its work cut out for it

The Tuesday election climaxed a drive to put a new majority on Medford Council and change the climate of business as usual that has...

Pizza and fries fit on a kid’s school lunch food pyramid, Congress says

Instead, I say let’s take this a step further. If pizza and French fries are acceptable, why not:• Gummi bears: Because they’re fruit flavored, can’t...
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