Cherry Hill town council will hold a meeting at 9 a.m. tomorrow morning at the municipal building, 820 Mercer St., Cherry Hill.
This was rescheduled from the Monday, Dec. 24 meeting that was canceled.
By ROBERT LINNEHAN | The Cherry Hill Sun
The township entered into an interesting program at the end of June and came out of it with an 11 percent annual savings in its street lighting bill.
The pay-to-play ordinance was officially removed at the Oct. 7 Moorestown town council meeting.
With Deputy Mayor Christopher Chiacchio calling his vote in via phone, the council voted unanimously to repeal Ordinance 16–2013, also know as the…
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The fire-damaged town hall building at Second and Church streets will most likely be demolished as officials continue to mull over options for a new municipal complex.
Mayor Bernie Platt is on a roll when it comes to handing out proclamations. Platt continues to honor students and community groups at the beginning of each council meeting.
Mayor Bernie Platt offered his final thoughts on the 2012 budget before asking council to adopt the $64.5 million plan at the Sept. 26 council meeting.
Platt said he was proud to present his final budget, which includes a local tax levy, or the amount to be raised…
A California-based family restaurant and entertainment facility is getting ready to make its first mark on the East Coast at the Moorestown Mall.
This is the third installment of The Sun’s Meet the Candidates series. This week, we asked the candidates to respond to the following questions: