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Orchard Valley Middle School students cook up kindness to benefit teacher in need

Eight OVMS students created a cookbook to raise money for a teacher facing a serious health crisisEight kindhearted Orchard Valley Middle School students, with the...

Areal flood watch issued for Washington Township for Thursday

The Washington Township area could receive one to two inches of rain on Thursday.For the second consecutive week, Washington Township and much of the...

Washington Township to host International Night 2017

The night will celebrate ethnic diversity among students in the public school districtThe Washington Township public schools will celebrate the ethnic diversity among its students...

GCCC to host Rev. Robert Schenck on Good Friday

The service will include worship, the Good Friday story, Holy Communion, special music selections and an inspirational message from SchenckRev. Robert Schenck, from Faith and...

Wedgwood Songfest leaves audience feeling the love

Wedgwood Elementary School hand bell ensemble and chorus performed songs of love to classmates, staff, parents and visitors“These are students, many of whom didn’t know...

Local Boy Scouts earn Eagle Scout rank

Kevin Leonard and Ryan Hicks earned the rank of Eagle Scout after years of Boy Scout involvement and community service projectsKevin Leonard, 18, and Ryan...

Birches Elementary School kicks off “Great Kindness Challenge Week”

Students will spread the message of kindness and anti-bullying at school throughout the weekThe story tells of a rabbit whose colorful coat makes him unlike...

Easter production expects capacity crowds at GCCC

Gloucester County Community Church will perform the new Easter production on April 7, 8 and 9.The Gloucester County Community Church Creative Arts Department presents a...

Letter to the editor: Solicitor may cost taxpayers more money

Writer inquires about accusations made against former business administrator and its toll on taxpayer moneyWashington Township Solicitor Stuart Platt may cost the taxpayers more money....

Weekly roundup: Community recognition, student opportunities

Board of Education President Ginny Murphy inducted to Gloucester County Sports Hall of Fame, students invited to sing at Carnegie HallSchool and community initiatives recognized...
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