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More than a dozen photos of the festivities surrounding Saturday’s Opening Day 2012 for the Barrington Little League. Follow the link for the full gallery of images on the Barrington Bulletin … Continue reading
Commentary in the Courier-Post by Barrington resident and assistant director of the New Jersey Work Environment Council Debra Coyle McFadden. Click for full story.
“The journey began in a youth league in Magnolia, a tall 5-year-old with big hands who took a liking to basketball. “And now it has landed Michael Kidd-Gilchrist in Saturday’s Final Four … Continue reading
Funding that had been eliminated for extracurricular activities will be back in the 2012-2013 Barrington school budget approved Thursday night. The spending plan also includes money to continue full-day kindergarten … Continue reading
The Barrington School District Board of Education will present its 2012-2013 spending plan to the public at 7 tonight at the Art Room in Avon School. Under the provisions of … Continue reading
If you ever cross a bridge into Philly, this is how your money has been used, according to this Philly.com report: “The Delaware River Port Authority has wasted millions of … Continue reading
If you’re buying tickets, consider buying in Barrington first. According to the N.J. Lottery site, Barrington ticket sellers are: – B Corner at 118 Clements Bridge Road – Country Fresh … Continue reading
Continuing our coverage of how little coverage the region will be getting from “real newspapers” … – Philly papers cut 45 staffers this month and are already looking at 35 … Continue reading
Heavy winds last night knocked a branch from a tree on Mercer Road and brought down power lines across the street, forcing officials to close the road this morning. Yellow … Continue reading
From Philly.com: “A young Camden County mother who hid from police for three days last fall after killing a pedestrian in a hit-and-run accident in Cherry Hill was sentenced Friday … Continue reading