25 min ago
Race Request, Flowers on Main Street on Council's Plate
Township council addressed several items during its regular meeting this week, from a race request to the return of flowers to Main Street.
10 hrs ago
Sculptor Offers Services to Percheron Park Project
After helping immortalize the legacy of the Community House last year , former Moorestonian Chad Fisher has offered his services to another major community project.
15 hrs ago
Lenola Resident Makes Startling Discovery in Backyard
Cindi Lucas-Youmans made a startling discovery when she looked out her kitchen window last Wednesday morning and spotted a fox-like creature standing in her backyard.
19 hrs ago
BOE, Union Set for Mediation After Contract Impasse
A mediator will be brought in to help the school board and Moorestown Education Association come to terms after the parties reached an impasse in their ongoing contract negotiations.
Wed May 22, 2013
Parents adopt own rules to curb children's 'media diet'
Researchers are still debating the effects of technology on young children, but while they debate how much is too much, parents seem to have it figured out.
Share Your Moorestown Prom Photos
Moorestown High School 's prom has come and gone, but you can relive the memories-and share them with everyone else-by uploading your photos to Patch.
Stumped for Classroom Read-Alouds? Ask the Library
As the school year draws to a close, elementary classrooms especially are gearing up for all sorts of end-of-year events and parties.
Will Memorial Field Wall Be Back up in Time for Ceremony?
The wall at Memorial Field will be back up in time in time for next week's Memorial Day ceremony-it just might be missing a few pieces.
Tue May 21, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Quigley: Drug abusers can be good Samaritans
On May 2 in Paterson, singer Jon Bon Jovi, center, stands next to Pamela Sanquini, left, whose son Matthew overdose at the age of 20, and Jill LaZare, right, whose daughter Brooke overdose at age 23, as they listen to Gov.
Mon May 20, 2013
Asbury Park Press
Chris Christie in Lavallette, the Assembly votes, plus more in today's Daily Quickie
Assembly voting session, 1 p.m. in Trenton, with 80 bills on the agenda. Among them are four bills related to gun violence, workers' compensation for first responders, revamping economic development incentives, creating a legislative task force to keep tabs on implementing health exchanges, requiring schools to teach middle-school students about ... (more)
Sat May 18, 2013
Rowan University Graduates 13 from Moorestown
Members of Rowan University's 88th undergraduate class received their diplomas during the school's commencement ceremony Friday in Glassboro.
Fri May 17, 2013
Make Your Child's Visit to the Library a Special Experience
It's that time of year again! The school year is drawing to a close, and tons of preschool and elementary children are starting to pour into the Moorestown Library for an end-of-year visit.
BCC Graduates 29 from Moorestown
Burlington County College will mark its 43rd annual commencement beginning at 10 a.m. this Saturday, with 1,370 students receiving their degrees.
Thu May 16, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Redevelopment of Woodbury Country Club takes another step
WOODBURY - Efforts to provide the long-vacant Woodbury Country Club with a second life took another step forward Tuesday, when city council certified a recommendation from the planning board designating the bankrupted property as "an area in need of redevelopment." What may sound like an understatement is actually a necessary part of the process, ... (more)
Moorestown Percheron project clears funding hurdle
For seven years Moorestown horsewoman Margo Foster has sought to create a statue memorializing Percherons, a breed of strong, gentle workhorses first imported to America via Moorestown in the 19th century.
Thomas C. Bernhardt, leader of pharmacists
Thomas C. Bernhardt, 64, of Mount Laurel, president of the New Jersey Pharmacists Association in 1989-90, died of a heart attack on Monday, May 13, at his home.
Mon May 13, 2013
New Wesley Bishop Field Ready for Coming-Out Party
About six months after it began its transformation into a turf field , the lower field at Wesley Bishop North is expected to be open for business-if only temporarily-this weekend, just in time for the Moorestown Lacrosse Club's annual festival .
Fake Cancer Scheme Leads to Guilty Plea for Delran Woman
A Delran woman who bilked supporters out of tens of thousands of dollars by faking terminal cancer admitted her scheme in court Monday.
NJ Senate Approves Steve Sabol Day
New Jersey is one step closer to memorializing a Moorestown man who changed how America watches football.
Sat May 11, 2013
Moorestown Ranked, Cops Pay Tribute Top Local News
Moorestown Climbs in Top Town Rankings Where did Moorestown land in South Jersey Magazine 's latest list of the top towns in the area? 5th Liquor License Awarded in Township East Gate Square paid $1,030,000 for the license, but has provided few details about what it plans to do with it.