Week in Review: Nixed Cell Tower Plans Could Spell Trouble
Also in West Deptford this week, the high school's graduation rate fell last year, G's Liquors is on the move, swimmers are burning up the pool and more.
The zoning board again rejects a cell tower that would in a residential area. Only problem? A judge ordered the plans must be OK’d.
West Deptford High School’s graduation rate fell last year, partly from a new state formula that better tracks dropouts and partly from a large number of dropouts. See what the superintendent has to say.
G’s Liquors is planning a big move—down the road. Find out what new business will join the liquor story in a Kings Highway Plaza.
The Eagles are gliding through the pool with ease this season. Check in with the team.
Curious who’s benefitting from your tax dollars and who’s volunteering for the town? Here’s who won appointments and contracts for the coming year.
If you need a job and love burgers, here’s some good news. If you just love burgers and are looking forward to the area’s first Red Robin, we also have some good news.
Local businesses, can you help out the United Way’s efforts?
The Camden diocese, which includes West Deptford, has a new bishop, but not everyone is happy with the choice.
Online or in-person, West Deptford Little League is signing up lil’ sluggers now.
Gov. Chris Christie talks about the Jersey comeback, post-Sandy, in his State of the State.
These are just a few of the many stories West Deptford Patch brought you this week. Scroll through our news archive for the full list.
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