What the Camden County borough lacks in landmarks is made up for in volunteerism and community spirit.
Mayor David Mayer and his team face a primary challenge; the victors will face a GOP slate in November.
After hearing the names on the Mount Ephraim veterans monument solemnly announced every year during Memorial Day ceremonies, Jeff Vilardo began to wonder: Who were these hometown heroes?
This refreshing if not quite revolutionary political effort arises in part from concerns about the redevelopment of South Jersey’s signature suburb, but also is being propelled by worries about the direction of the Democratic Party and the nation itself.
Anita F. Hochman witnessed many highs and lows during her time as the congregation's cantor, the lowest being the conviction of its rabbi, Fred Neulander, on charges of murdering his wife.
Kimberly Brody-Muckenfuss, a patient navigator, is launching monthly parental bereavement meetings at the three Kennedy campuses in South Jersey. She’ll be the facilitator.
A new generation of residents organizes to boost the Burlington County borough on the Delaware.
A proposal to address the school district's new needs would destroy the Rosa International Middle School. The plan has prompted hundreds to join a "Save Rosa" Facebook group.
If restoration is good enough for the retro signs of Las Vegas (or Wildwood), Mayor Brown says, why not in Evesham?
Forty five years ago, the self-styled Don Quixote began his idealistic quest to create a civic centerpiece for Cherry Hill by showcasing the tree that inspired the township’s new name in 1961.
The swamp pink was designated as threatened under the federal Endangered Species Act in 1988.
For 20 years, Coffee Works has been a haven for creative types -- poets, playwrights, singer-songwriters, and java junkies.
Gloucester Township's thriving 'Hooked on Fishing - Not on Drugs' group is one of 23 in the state.
The 11-year-old from Mullica Hill, battling an illness, got to be a guest meteorologist on the Weather Channel, fluently delivering a forecast.
From its origins as a faith-based family undertaking in 2009, Live Civilly has grown into a formidable, if low-key, force for good in Moorestown and nearby communities.
Kevin Riordan is the Inquirer's South Jersey columnist. He’s been a journalist for nearly 40 years.