Small Tax Increase Approved for '13-14 School Budget
The board voted 7-1 to approve the budget, and the sole dissenter says they can do more to bring taxes down.
The $1.4 million tax increase proposed in the first draft of Moorestown's 2013 budget won't fly, according to Deputy Mayor Chris Chiacchio.
$100M Contract for Lockheed Keeps Jobs in Jersey
Lockheed Martin Moorestown was awarded a huge contract to keep producing one of the U.S. Navy's primary weapons systems.
Check out the reported crimes Moorestown Police have investigated recently.
Cherry Hill East Teacher Accused of Exposing Himself to Child
The accused, Jules Gross, lives in Maple Shade.
Think You Know Irish Music? Think Again
If all you know of Irish music is drinking songs like "Wild Rover" and "Whiskey in the Jar" played in the background of loud pubs on St. Patrick's Day, John Byrne and his band have quite a show for you.
Employee Benefits Change to Save District $1.1 Million
The Moorestown Board of Education unanimously approved the switch to Aetna last week, but it didn't sit well with members of the union.
Disney Double Feature Kicks Off MTC Season
Get your tickets now for Moorestown Theater Co.'s productions of 'Cinderella and Princess Sing-Along' and 'Beauty and the Beast, Jr.'
Assemblyman Troy Singleton to Hold Public Forum
Assemblyman Troy Singleton (D-7) will hold a public forum next week, hosted by the Moorestown Democratic Club.
Arthur Kenneth Peacock died at his home in Moorestown on March 6.
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