Tag: Pennsauken

Rev Your Engines For The Twenty-Fifth Annual Car, Bike, And Craft Show

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor One of the Township’s most popular, annual events – the Car, Bike, and Craft Show – turns 25 this year. Held along a portion of the “Maple Mile,” this fall favorite is held on Sunday,

Pennsauken’s Wright Encourages Students To “Push Through” Adversity

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor Pennsauken native Jasmyn Wright and her third grade class in North Philadelphia have gained international notoriety after their empowering YouTube video went viral.

Camden County To Begin Repaving Of Westfield Avenue

Revised on Sept. 6. This month, Camden County will begin road construction on Westfield Ave. from 42nd Street to Tinsman Avenue.

Pennsauken Prepares For Annual 9/11 Observance

Volunteers are needed to assist with Pennsauken’s annual observance of the terrorist attacks committed on September 11, 2001. Each year, 2,997 American flags, one for each individual who lost their life during the attacks, are placed throughout Pennsauken’s 9/11 Memorial,

Pennsauken Historical Society Hosts First Sundays, Fall Festival, Special Presentation

By Robert Fisher-Hughes, Pennsauken Historical Society This month’s first Sunday falls on Sept. 3, Labor Day weekend, and our Township’s historic connection to Labor Day will be marked as both our homes for history are open from 1:00 to 4:00

On The Job, August 2017

An Extremely Productive Summer In Pennsauken

By Dr. Ronnie Tarchichi, MEd2., M.S., M.B.S., Superintendent, Pennsauken Public Schools A very productive summer in Pennsauken is almost behind us.

How Are You Celebrating This Month’s Eclipse?

There’s a big solar eclipse occurring next week on Monday, Aug. 21. North America has a front row seat to this celestial event, with communities all across the country holding special viewing parties and related celebrations. So how is Pennsauken

Trash, Recycling, And Yard Debris Collection Issues

By Joe Scavuzzo, Director, Department of Public Works Many of us have the weekly ritual of placing trash and recycling at our curb the evening before collection day and on Tuesday evenings for yard debris. I’m fairly certain that the

The Importance Of Sharing Information On Abandoned And Vacant Properties

By Tracey Howarth, Pennsauken Township Pennsauken Township has spent the better part of the last 14 months putting together a program aimed at getting the vacant and abandoned properties in town sold, rehabbed and occupied with permanent residents. We’ve also

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