Plan to Get Police Back in Schools, Flooding Relief Top Local News
Also this week, a quintuple threat impresses on the music scene, Cinnaminson learns how much school taxes will likely cost and a musician proves Irish music is much more than 'Danny Boy.'
Members of the Cinnaminson Board of Education are considering a proposal that would put a police officer back in the school system, while having—most likely—no immediate impact on the tax rate.
The board of education approved a tentative budget Tuesday that will raise taxes $107—below the 2 percent cap—on the average assessed home.
Township administrator Frank Locantore says he's trying to get information out to residents who have sustained flood damage in recent years.
Rush School fifth-grader Genna Goins was given the rare honor of playing in the Olympic Conference Junior High School Band.
Cinnaminson's fifth grade girls travel basketball team won the Inter-County Basketball League Championship (ICBL) on Wednesday, defeating Haddonfield 21-16.
Circle of Friends brings back the John Byrne Band for another pre-St. Patrick's Day show featuring traditional Irish folk music.
Springboarding off the success of last year's police academy for middle school students, Cinnaminson Police are offering a similar program for high schoolers this spring.
A Maple Shade police officer was taken to the hospital following a two-car crash at Route 73 and Forklanding Road in Cinnaminson March 3, authorities said.
The Read Across America train ran through Rush School, taking all of its passengers on a reading adventure.
And on a special note, Cinnaminson Patch was the first in our region to reach 2,000 fans on Facebook! Thank you to every person who has liked our page and, more importantly, helped contribute to the community at Patch.
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