Robert Hesse Jr., 91, printing-company executive
Robert Hesse Jr., 91, of Gwynedd Valley, a Philadelphia printing-company executive and community volunteer, died Tuesday, April 15, of respiratory failure at a retirement community in Medford.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
GM High Tech Performance
How to Order Custom Wheels for Your G-Body - Getting Serious
Having been to several Optima Ultimate Streetcar Challenge qualifying events as well as many autocross and open track events, I can tell you that a serious G-machine begins with a good set of tires.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Rutgers Scarlet Knights
Women's Lacrosse: Sbrilli Named to Big East Wlax Honor Roll
The distinction is her second of the season, after also earning a nod to the honor roll on March 25. Sbrilli helped lead Rutgers to a 1-1 week in BIG EAST action, after recording a combined seven points against Marquette and Georgetown.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Burlington County College Provost Appointed College's Interim President
The provost at Burlington County College has been named the college's interim vice president, the Cinnaminson Sun reports.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
Program promotes user-friendly streets
Kings Highway in Cherry Hill between Route 70 and the Haddonfield border is a little more comfortable for bicyclists these days.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Motorcycle raffle to benefit North Wildwood home
The board of a closed children's home in North Wildwood will honor the memory of a Navy Seal at a dinner Thursday in Deptford and will sell tickets to raffle off his prized motorcycle to help repair and reopen the facility.
Four South Jersey teens face drug charges
Four teenagers, two from Medford Lakes and two from Medford, were arrested Saturday afternoon and charged with alcohol and drug offenses.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
N.J. court upholds dismissal of Medford Crossings suit
A state appeals court upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit Monday against Medford involving a major housing and commercial development proposed by Medford Village East Associates and Stephen Samost.
Program offers students a look at various scientific fields
A few years ago, Mount Laurel School Superintendent Antoinette Rath heard a statistic quoted during a conference that pretty much blew her away: In the United States, there are more female truck drivers than female scientists.
Sun Mar 23, 2014
Brothers building bonds, reputations, big dreams
As a boy, Ryan Regina, the principal and co-founder of Big Sky Enterprises didn't get along with his brother Mike, who is three years older.
PORTFOLIO: Voris M. Tejada Jr., Jerome C. Vicks and more
He will continue to serve as the business-line lead on the bank's Home Equity Line of Credit Renewal Project.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
Science Fair at St. Mary of the Lakes School, Medford, March 26
St. Mary of the Lakes School , Medford, NJ is hosting their annual Science Fair, Wednesday, March 26, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM at the school in the Ron Murphy Gymnasium.