November 2013 Issue
History was made last season at Cherry Hill West, as the Lions went 19-8 and reached the playoffs for the first time ever. They won their first-ever playoff match before losing to Toms River South in the South Jersey Group III semifinals. Among the...
For the last 35 years, you knew two things were certain when it came to South Jersey boys basketball: Jim Crawford was going to be calling the shots at Camden Catholic,
The 2012-13 season was a special one for Lenape, which shared the Olympic Conference American Division championship, reached the South Jersey Group IV semifinals and finished 24-3.
Cherry Hill East extended its streak of South Jersey championships to five last year, beating Shawnee for the Group A title, and the Cougars have the personnel to make it six straight this season.
South Jersey boasts a number of outstanding individual girls swimmers, and Moorestown junior Carter Orth is one of the best. She took third in the 100 butterfly and seventh in the 200 IM at the state championships last year
Our annual Best of Family feature—made up of both readers’ and editors’ picks—is so much more than a roundup of favorite spots around town. It serves as the ultimate resource guide for families across South Jersey, whether they’re trying to decide on...
Our 2013 Winter Sports Preview is here to prepare you for yet another intense high school sports season ahead.
Don’t let the season of overindulgence knock your health and wellness off track.
No matter the sport or the age, the latest trends in orthopedics ensure everyone can continue to lead an active lifestyle longer than ever.
Tahlee Yichye, pictured above at left, a sophomore lacrosse player at Eastern Regional High School, was selected to play on the first-ever U19 national Israel lacrosse team, which comprises Israeli and Jewish-American players.
The Medford Indians 120-pound football team, under the direction of head coach Bill Rieger, captured the Olympic Conference championship in the South Jersey Elite Football League with a perfect 9-0 record.
The Moorestown High School girls cross country team turned in a dominating performance at the Burlington County Scholastic League Championships, taking the Liberty Division title thanks to a strong team effort. Six Moorestown runners placed in the top...
Holding onto youthful appearance is easier than ever thanks to advances in cosmetic skincare.
Bob Rourke, a teacher at Orchard Valley Middle School pictured above at left, won the school’s “Mustaches for Military Veterans” competition, which ran throughout the month of October.
Kacie Dunham, a senior at Shawnee High School, was recently recognized on a national level for both her academic and athletic accomplishments.
Serving those who Served our Country: Mount Laurel Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare honors veterans in special ceremony.
SPINE SPECIALIST: Woodbury Spine’s Dr. Evan O’Brien
International Adoption Medicine: Advocare Lerch and Amato Pediatrics Pediatrician Diana Lewitt, DO
Morgenstern & Rochester Partner Andrew Rochester, Esq.
Always There When You Need Them: Anyzek Service—in business since 1932—is the dependable choice for your plumbing, heating and air conditioning needs.
Fante’s Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. President Jeff Fante
Matteo Family Kitchens’ Steve Matteo. As more homeowners opt to stay in their current homes, they are turning to professionals to help remodel their homes.
Where parents are an integral part of their child’s health care
Prepping Young Men for the Future: St. Augustine is a truly unique educational experience
Advice from the expert: Collingswood Manor Marketing Director Barbara Wrzeszcz
Advice from the Expert: California Closets Vice President Shiva Nili
Advice from the Expert: Holdbrook Pediatric Dental’s Dr. Wendell Holdbrook