The Palmyra Sun

‘We’re hoping for rain’

The statistics about wildfires show that 99% of them are caused by humans, whether intentionally or accidentally, according to Assistant State Fire Warden Shawn...

Palmyra girls’ basketball continues charge

The Moorestown Friends campus was busy on the afternoon of Jan. 22, with parents picking up children from 3 years old through 12th grade...

Senior squad: Palmyra’s big four looking to lead in 2022

Three big wins to start the season have the Panthers primed for a promising spring

Can high school basketball box out a pandemic?

Next week, and for the first time in over 10 months, the familiar sound of basketballs hitting the hardwood and bouncing off backboards and...

Play ball? Fall sports (well, most of them) get the green light for 2020

The penultimate week of August was a pivotal week for the potential of high schools sports returning in 2020. Within the span of four days,...

July Madness: Is proposed NJ prep summer baseball tourney feasible?

Three months ago, one of the most exciting events on the sports calendar became the first casualty of the coronavirus pandemic when the NCAA...

Dispatches from Home: Three new books to satisfy your thirst for baseball

Hovering in the air is the aroma of a grill’s early evening production. Hamburgers, hot dogs, Italian sausages? Whatever it is, it feels right...

Young crowd control: Towns grapple with dangerous youth behavior    

What should communities do about unruly kids? First, let's stop referring to them as such. They aren't merely impish children engaged in harmless play.  That certainly...

At 80 years old, the G.I. Bill has impacted generations 

Eighty years ago, the government set in motion a program that would have a major impact on American life: the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of...

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...
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