The Cherry Hill Sun

South Jersey Rowing Club earns wins at nationals

Earlier this month, students from Haddonfield, Cherry Hill and surrounding areas competed in youth nationals with the South Jersey Rowing Club as one of...

‘A herculean effort’: Charleston Swim Club hosts its first Cherry Bowl meet

The Charleston Swim Club for the first time hosted the Cherry Bowl meet late last month, an annual tradition of 63 years that brings...

Cherry Hill 16U team members ‘come up big’

The Cherry Hill Atlantic 16U team won its first two games in the regional baseball championships that began July 19 in Bangor, Maine.  The week-long...

Boys Tennis Player of the Year: Cherry Hill East’s Brett Schuster

Senior helped program win three consecutive sectional titles during high school career

Mehta, Chan excel at new positions on the floor

Cougars are off to a 9-3 start this season

Cherry Hill East tennis team wins Moorestown Classic

Cougars continue to build on prior success, thanks to high number of varsity returners

Cherry Hill West’s Liz Begley honored by SJISA

Coach led program to first sectional final appearance in nearly a decade

Book smarts: Two nonprofits join forces to increase reading in kids   

The nonprofit BookSmiles gives away thousands of new or gently-used books a year to kids with limited access to reading material. But because of...

Higher learning, higher anxiety: Colleges see higher rates of PTSD 

PTSD is on the rise among American college students. According to a JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) study released last month and reported...

Hitting the road with a cell phone in hand can cost lives 

Pennsylvania will soon ban drivers from handling cell phones for almost any purpose while driving, a measure first introduced by the state's governor, Josh...

June puts the emphasis on cancer – and some concerning trends

Hearing the word cancer from a doctor hardly ever suggests good news. It's estimated that the number of cancer cases nationally will eclipse two...

Why summer camp can be ‘transformational’ for kids

Is there anything sweeter in the life of a child than the experience of summer camp? Consultant Jennifer Rosen Petkun doesn't think so. She's been...
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