The proposed plan would move around 57,800 cubic yards of soil from the contaminated non-residential properties within 26.5 acres. The soil would then be sent off-site for disposal and the properties would be restored.
Cole’s naturally perceptive sensitivity allows him to know exactly what to do to make someone feel better. During his weekly visits to patients at the Veteran’s home, Hannah has seen a very special bond between Cole and seniors who relate to his overcoming of a disability.
Luck filtered through abundant sunshine and nearly perfect weather for Laurel Lake’s 4th annual triathlon on Saturday, July 27. The event, held in memory of William Laubengeyer, brings community volunteers and athletes together each year to challenge themselves and support each other.
Amber Egorov, a local elementary school teacher received a prestigious National Geographic Educator certificate, in April. A third-grade teacher at Anthony Rossi Elementary School in Vineland, Egorov joined an elite group of teachers from across the globe to earn a certificate from this distinguished program.
The Cumberland County Office on Aging has announced that through a grant from the New Jersey Department of Health the Office on Aging will be giving vouchers for the USDA Senior Citizens Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is planning to remove over 57,000 cubic yards of soil from 40 non-residential properties impacted by the former Kil-Tone Company Superfund Site in Vineland.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland and Salem Counties (BBBS) has been awarded a $100,000 Core Mission Grant by Impact100 South Jersey, a women’s collective giving fund at Community Foundation of South Jersey.
Most children get excited about summer break. No school, no homework, no hassles. While free from a lot of the stresses of the school year, we hear of many kids who do little else but sit around and look at their electronic screens all day. Well, not anymore!
On Friday, June 28, CCC is holding a historic event that will “honor its past and celebrate its future” as Cumberland County College prepares to enter into a new era by combining with RCGC in what is known as a jointure.
When folks think of the film industry they tend to conjure up images of Los Angeles or New York or maybe even Georgia, but not South Jersey. Now that Millville’s Glasstown Productions has won a Gold Telly award, however, it may be time to count Cumberland County among the country’s film production hotspots.
The unofficial start of summer is upon us, bringing more activities in and around the Glasstown Arts District, Millville. Some of you may be looking for programs for the kids to enjoy throughout the summer, and others may want to explore our own backyards. Here are suggestions to guide you in your search.
The Cumberland County Legends recently donated $60,000 to the CompleteCare Family Health Foundation, proceeds from their 10th annual Cumberland County Legends event held at the Grove at Centerton on March 30th.
In January of 2019, the City of Vineland introduced new 96-gallon Trash and Recycling carts, and since that time residents have responded by dramatically increasing the amount of materials being recycled.
It’s finals week at Rowan University and Juan Vera and Yael Garcia are in the midst of studying. The friends—since they were both sophomores at Bridgeton High School—have had quite a standout year as freshmen engineering students.
It’s difficult to assess how many of those people were in the city of Vineland alone, but with the help of the Spirit and Truth Ministries Soup Kitchen, there is a place for people in the area to come in off the streets for a warm meal and a little push in the right direction.