Monthly Archives: December 2014

Local Authors Publish Works For Adults, Children

Frank_ProfilesmallBy Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor

Drama, suspense, romance, and of course, revenge. That’s what you’ll find in “Revenge,” the first published work by Pennsauken author Paula Rose.

Township Watch Offers Holiday Safety Tips

Pennsauken’s Township Watch would like remind all residents that with the holiday season, residents should be aware of the increased chance of theft.

Embracing A Season Of Giving To Help Those In Need

JackKillionBy Jack Killion, Mayor of Pennsauken Township

The holidays are truly a special time of year. It’s an opportunity to come together and celebrate with family and friends.

Urban Promise, Pennsauken Partners Announce $710,000 Grant From Wells Fargo

UrbanPromise and Pennsauken Township officials announce receipt of a five-year, $710,000 grant to revitalize Pennsauken neighborhood bordering Camden.

How About A Big Smile For The Friends Of The Library?

…A big AmazonSmile, that is.

With the holiday season rushing at us with breakneck speed, no doubt many of us will be taking advantage of online shopping to beat the crowds and cut down on the hassle. So here’s a way to make those online clicks do double duty, and net the Friends of the Pennsauken Free Library .05 percent of what you’ve spent, at no cost to you!

PHS Winter Vocal Concert Held On December 9

WinterConcert copyPennsauken High School, 800 Hylton Rd., is hosting a Winter Vocal Concert on Tuesday, Dec. 9, beginning at 7 p.m. Admission is free and audience members will get a chance to sing the “Hallelujah Chorus” on stage!

Pennsauken’s Own Krysten Cummings Performs Benefit For Build Jake’s Place

Pennsauken native Krysten Cummings has traveled the world with starring and featured roles in more than 20 theatrical productions.

Be Sure To “Shop Local” For The Holidays

JudithphotoBy Judith Kristen, AAP Columnist

There are so many wonderful places to shop this holiday season, but when we think of that shopping we either think BIG like a mall, or FAST like online services.

It’s time to think local.

Hundreds Come Together To Help Ill Firefighter

It was a packed house at Colleen’s at the Savoy on Nov. 14, and they were all there for Kevin Sochanchak, a 24-year-old volunteer firefighter with the Delaview Fire Company battling Stage 4 stomach cancer.

Freeholder Board Provides Police Dispatch For Pennsauken Township

The Freeholder Board’s commitment to consolidation and shared services paid off again today when the Camden County Communications Center began police dispatching services for Pennsauken Township.

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