Salem County

“Salem county is located in southwest New Jersey. Salem county has 331.90 square miles of land area and 40.43 square miles of water area. As of 2010, the total Salem county population is 66,083, which has grown 2.80% since 2000.” USA.com

Pittsgrove Township Committee candidates. Clockwise from left: H. Kirk Craver, Linda A. DuBois, Shannon Morgan-Leonen and Ralph Padilla  PITTSGROVE TWP. — Two seats are up for grabs on the five-member township committee in the Nov. 5 General Election. The committee is currently comprised of three …

Above from left to right; Joseph Hiles, Denise Horton and below, from left to right; David Layton and Matthew Perry  WOODSTOWN — Two seats are open on the six-member borough council in the Nov. 5 General Election. The council is currently comprised of 5 Republicans and …

xxxxFile photo Penns Grove Middle School would like to congratulate the following Students of the Month for September: Eighth-graders Rebecca Green and Wallace Scott. The Most Improved Students were seventh-graders Kacey Small and Jacobe Wilson. The students will be recognized at a breakfast, as well …

Woodstown Class of 1958 The Woodstown High School Class of 1958 recently met for its 55th class reunion Oct. 5 at the Creekside Inn, Woodstown. Row 1: Beatrice (Carter) Bundy, Barbara (Skinner) Hoglen, Louise Smith, Jane (Garrison) Liber, Sandra (Hackett) Dorrell, Gloria (Chew) Russell, Linda …

Elsinboro Township Committee candidates Democrat Douglas L. Hogate, left, and Republican Jeffrey Stepler. ELSINBORO TWP. — Two candidates are seeking the one open seat on township committee in the Nov. 5 General Election. The committee is currently composed of three Republicans. Here is a look …

Corynne Mullica Sophomore Corynne Mullica has been named Salem Community College’s Student-Athlete of the Month for September. Mullica, goalkeeper and co-captain for the Oaks, has continued her play that earned her All-GSAC Second Team honors last season.   In September, Mullica recorded 124 saves and …

Woodstown High School.file photo On Friday, Sept. 27, Woodstown High School honored a total of 21 students for obtaining perfect attendance for the 2012-2013 school year. Students were invited to a breakfast and showed recognition. The students are: Grade 9: Emma Brooks, Gavin Burnham, Hillary …

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