Originally from the Courier Post Written with Joe Cooney VOORHEES — The original Ritz Center multiplex in Voorhees is getting another makeover.
Originally from the Courier Post article pdf COLLINGSWOOD — Talk about a sidewalk sale: Drivers are getting a break from parking fees in the Haddon Avenue business district in Collingswood.
Originally from the Courier Post article pdf PENNSAUKEN — The Camden County Freeholders allocated more than $4 million Thursday for more renovations as work continues to revitalize the 346-acre Cooper River Park. “The park was in desperate need of renovation,” said Freeholder Jeffrey Nash, liaison to the county Parks and Recreation Department.
Originally from the Courier Post COLLINGSWOOD – Plans to continue the Newton Lake cleanup have been suspended, says Camden County spokesman Dan Keashen. This suggestion comes from Princeton Hydro, the company in charge of removing the algae from the lake. The company began the operation last month.
Originally from the Courier Post TURNERSVILLE – The Kohl’s Care Scholarship Program has awarded $1,000 to a 13-year-old Turnersville cancer survivor for his own efforts to help kids with cancer. A.J. Mattia lost a leg to pediatric cancer.
Originally from the Courier Post, written together with Phil Dunn article pdf CAMDEN – At LEAP Academy University Charter School in Camden, planning for college begins in preschool. LEAP founder Gloria Bonilla-Santiago described her ideology of promoting college from birth to graduation as “the pipeline,” and so far the plan is paying off. On Friday, the … More Camden charter school grads look ahead – and behind
Originally from the Courier Post CAMDEN – In a January 2012 Courier-Post article, Father Jud Weiksnar told a reporter he considered making a documentary about Von Nieda Park in Camden. Its name? “The Nation’s Most Depressing Park.” A year and a half later, however, student leaders from the Von Nieda Park Task Force at St. Anthony of Padua … More Students aid in shining light on Camden park
Originally from the Courier Post article pdf RUNNEMEDE – Representatives from the state Department of Environmental Protection’s Division of Fish and Wildlife were collecting specimens at Runnemede Lake Thursday to determine what might be killing young carp. Hundreds of 6- to 9-inch carp were discovered floating dead along the perimeter of the lake, which is off … More Hundreds of young carp found dead in Runnemede Lake
Originally from the Courier Post article pdf MANTUA – With 52 acres of winding trails, wetlands, woods and a variety of wildlife, Ceres Park Nature Preserve in Mantua appears to be a mountain biker’s heaven. But Gloucester County and cyclists who enjoy the park adjacent to Pitman Golf Course differ on how its terrain should … More Gloucester County removes man-made spans at Mantua nature park
Originally from the Courier Post A massive project to dredge the Delaware River’s shipping channel is now about 60 percent complete, officials said Wednesday. Dredging crews completed an 11-mile stretch of the channel off the Delaware Coast in late May, according to the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority. That stretch was the fourth to be dredged since … More Delaware River dredging project 60% done