May 10, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

Marlton lawyer becomes Burlington County’s top crime fighter

MEET SCOTT COFFINA…

FAMILY: Wife Kim; boys Alex, 11, Ethan, 9, and Dylan, 6 SYNAGOGUE: Cong. More...

May 23 JCRC Annual Meeting to feature JCPA’s David Bernstein

The Jewish Community Relations Council, the voice of the Jewish Federation on issues of public policy, social advocacy, and community outreach, will hold its annual meeting on Tuesday, May 23 at 7 p.m. More...

Community gathers to observe Yom Hashoa, Holocaust Memorial Day

As Judy Wizmur retold the harrowing story of her mother’s survival during the Holocaust to hundreds of South Jerseyans gathered at Mount Laurel’s Adath Emanu-El for the recent Yom Hashoah Community Holocaust Observance, it was hard to lis More...

ACHaD Squadron Basketball Team caps successful year of fun, competition

The Katz JCC’s ACHaD Squadron basketball teams for individuals with special needs wrapped up their 2016-2017 season. More...

Katz JCC Café at the J back with new look & menu

The Miriam Isdaner Café at the J, located in the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill, has re-opened for business since the Passover holiday with extended hours, a new look, and a new menu. More...

‘Asher Lev’ at South Camden May 5 thru 21

The South Camden Theatre Company is presenting “My Name Is Asher Lev” for nine performances from May 5 through May 21. Shows are Friday and Saturday nights at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. More...

Kick off the season with Kids Triathlon, Pet Expo

Kick off your summer at the Katz JCC with two great June events perfect for the whole family! The Kids Triathlon and the Pet Expo are fun outdoor activities that encourage you to get up, out, and active this summer.  More...

JCRC hosts candidate Phil Murphy

Phil Murphy, who is vying for the Democratic Party nomination to succeed Gov. Chris Christie, recently gave a community leadership briefing. More...

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Volunteers sought to honor veterans

It is an honor and collective responsibility of the community to facilitate the flagging of the graves of veterans. Volunteers are needed to show the community’s commitment to the memory of veterans and their service.  More...

M’kor Shalom and Temple Emanuel confirmation classes tour Israel

With the happy coincidence of Spring Break falling during the festival of Passover, dozens of local teenagers spent part of their confirmation trips eating matzah in the Holy Land. Cong. M’kor Shalom’s journey, Apr. More...

Chabad Annual Gala set for June 7 at The Merion

The 13th Annual Chabad Founders Gala will be held on Wednesday, June 7 at the Merion in Cinnaminson. This year’s event is highlighted by the comedian Elon Gold, who will perform and entertain the guests. More...

3 shuls join to host addictions Shabbaton focused on healing & hope

Drawn to cigarettes, alcohol and drugs by the age of 12, Collingswood resident Richard Sara did not find his path to addictions recovery until decades later, with the birth of his son. More...

Lubetkin & CompuSchmooze honored

State Broadcast News, a division of Cherry Hill-based The Lubetkin Media Companies, has been recognized again with three awards for its news reporting in radio, print, and video categories in the 2017 Memorial Journalism Awards sponsored by the Garde More...