Resident Asks Gloucester BOE To Provide Agenda

By
A Gloucester City resident addressed the BOE about the lack of availability of the monthly meeting agenda, and said it is difficult to hear what is being said during the meeting. “In accordance with the Sunshine Law, a copy of the agenda must be provided,” the resident stated to
Categories: Gloucester, News

Bellmawr’s Early Childhood Center Moves Closer to Opening

By
Construction at the Early Childhood Center at Bellmawr Park continues to move along and the district expects to receive its certificate of occupancy (CO) late next month, School Superintendent, Annette Castiglione, said. “Barring any catastrophe, we are looking to move in on October 26 and we anticipate November 9
Categories: Bellmawr, News

9th Annual Ross-Kupcha Memorial Run a Success

By
On October 25, the 9th Annual Ross-Kupcha Memorial Run took place in National Park, N.J. The run is held in memory of Browning Ross, a two-time Olympian and Gloucester Catholic track and cross country coach, and also Bob Kupcha, an orthopedic surgeon and war veteran. This year, the memorial run
Categories: Bellmawr, Gloucester, News

Mt. Ephraim School Board Members File Ethics Complaint Against President

By
In August, 2015, Mt.  Ephraim Board of Education members, Deena Noonan, Nicholas Salamone, and Diane Vilardo, filed an Ethics Complaint with the School Ethics Commission against Board President, Joan Greenwood, claiming Greenwood violated the code of ethics for school board members. At issue is the statement that Greenwood made as
Categories: Mt. Ephraim, News

Gloucester City BOE To Alter Traffic Patterns

By
With the opening of the middle school now two years out, Gloucester City School Superintendent, Joe Rafferty, indicated that he wants to alter traffic patterns in that area. The district is looking into making Fifth and Sixth Streets one way “sooner rather than later,” Rafferty said during last week’s
Categories: News
Follow Us Facebook