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Weekly roundup: Council adopts salary ordinance, WTHS prepares for spring production

Also, the Board of Education reviewed its work with the harassment, intimidation and bullying law.WTHS Way Off Broadway Players rehearse for the spring production, “In...

Mayor’s Message — New business, community service and public safety

Mayor Joann Gattinelli discusses her visit to Mother’s Matter, the grand opening of Miracle-Ear and the appointment of a new full-time police officer.Women of Mothers...

Black History Month Theater plays to sold out audience

The 4th annual event featured dancing, singing, poetry, speeches and music.Members of the WTHS African American Culture Club with their advisors Eisa Jackson and Adjua...

WTHS DECA students earn spots in international competition

After a three-day conference in Atlantic City, the students will move on to the International Career and Development Conference in California.One hundred Washington Township...

BOE reviews harassment, intimidation, bullying reports

The district solicitor and the superintendent discussed the state HIB law, as well as announced the school’s progress in monitoring those investigations.At the Board...

Do something: BBQ festival, circus arts and more happening this weekend

Also, wine tasting and polar bear plunges around South JerseyThere are multiple polar bear plunge events taking place this weekend. But if you don’t want...

Council adopts changes to salary ranges

Ordinance providing BOE funding from redevelopment agreement also introduced at council meetingAt last week’s meeting, council adopted an ordinance that would change the salary ranges...

Washington Township High School presents “In the Heights”

WTHS brings award-winning production to the stage as spring musical from March 9–11.The cast of the WTHS spring production, “In the Heights” prepare for the...

Hurffville Elementary students named Students of the Month

February was the month of self-controlHurffville Elementary School principal Jeff Pollock recently recognized the school’s Hurffville Huskies for February — the month of self-control.The honorees included:...

New museum passes added to library pass program

Margaret E. Heggan Free Public Library adult cardholders may now check out a pass to the National Museum of American Jewish History.The Margaret E. Heggan...
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