Frederick H. Kreckmann Jr., 93; was draftsman
It wasn't only Bible literature that interested Frederick H. Kreckmann Jr. as a Sunday school teacher at Audubon United Methodist Church in Camden County.
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
'The Bolt' charges into action for Pennsauken comic book author
Move over Metropolis and Gotham City, Camden has its own superhero. By day, Sean is just another college student.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Parents close to restoring junior high track program
Parents are in the home stretch of a race to restore the track and field program at Haddon Heights Junior High.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Medford bans bidding by violators of pay-to-play ordinance
Medford has banned five professional firms from bidding on township contracts because they violated a local pay-to-play rule limiting political contributions to council candidates.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
S.J. restaurant pioneer Joe Palombo dies
Joe Palombo, a major figure on the South Jersey dining landscape, died overnight, according to a Cinnaminson funeral home.
Haddon Twp.'s Ritz theater staging its first fund-raiser
"We were like Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland," says the affable impresario, who in 1985 inspired a volunteer group to begin transforming the former X-rated-movie house into a South Jersey cultural institution.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Region's salt sheds run low
Camden County salt sheds are nearly empty and road crews are rationing the on-hand salt stash, officials reported after another snowstorm hit South Jersey Monday.
South Jersey Gets Most of the Snow
South Jersey is getting the worst of today's snowstorm but a state of emergency remains in effect throughout the state.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Officiating is a way to stay in the sport
You may not get every coach to agree, but the state wrestling officiating in South Jersey is strong.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
School aid figures released; Morris schools see slight increases
School aid figures for next fiscal year were announced Thursday by the state, and though every school system gets more formula aid, 38 districts will receive less in overall support because of decreases in preschool funding in some places.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Parker Homestead in Little Silver predates founding of U.S.
A stately white sign near the house at 235 Rumson Road in Little Silver proclaims that it is a National Historic Site where there is "Preservation in Progress."
Haitian artist's work featured at Haddon Heights gallery
Haitian artist Frandy Jean will showcase his work through March 27 at his gallery in Haddon Heights.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Donald Norcross kicks off congressional campaign, may still face challenge from Logan Township mayor
State Sen. Donald Norcross launched his campaign for Congress on Monday morning, speaking to a crowd of union workers and local Democratic leaders packed in a small VFW hall in Bellmawr.