Shred Event April 25 Protects Against Identity Theft

The Borough of Glassboro is sponsoring the “Open Shred Day Event” on Saturday, April 25 to help protect against identity theft and take a step toward going green.  Boxes and bags of paper may be taken to the Victoria Street Parking Lot (next to the Barnes & Noble on Rowan Boulevard) from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.  […]

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Fundraiser, Scavenger Hunt, Music, Food, Giveaways: SWP and Rowan Team Up for ‘Strides for Students’ April 18

    It’s not too late to sign up as Glassboro’s Student Working Professionals (SWP) readies for the first annual Strides for Students community walk and fundraiser, slated for Saturday, April 18. The event will kick off at 9:00 a.m. at Student Working Professionals’ Lundy Hall (50 South Academy Street, Glassboro–the former LaTrina’s caterers).  The […]

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Lush Nails Celebrates Ribbon Cutting April 8 on Rowan Boulevard

Lush Nails and Spa celebrates a grand opening this Wednesday, April 8 at its new location on Downtown Glassboro’s Rowan Boulevard.  The nail salon is located at 213 Rowan Boulevard in the Enterprise Center.  A ribbon cutting is slated for 11:00 a.m. followed by tours and light refreshments. Lush Nails is the latest business to […]

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Philadelphia Union to Host Soccer Day in Glassboro April 12

The Philadelphia Union soccer team will host a Union Day in Glassboro on Sunday, April 12 from 3:30-5:00 p.m. at South Delsea Drive Park (152 Delsea Drive South, Glassboro). The visit is open to the public and will include inflatables, games and a FREE youth soccer clinic  for any interested child ages 6 and up. […]

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Council Introduces Budget with Zero Tax Increase

The Borough of Glassboro introduced its 2015 municipal budget on March 24, a plan that includes a zero tax increase for borough residents for the second consecutive year.  At the same time, the spending plan maintains all municipal services, adds two full-time firefighters and reduces the size of local government through shared services. A public […]

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Mayor Addresses Local Concerns to Senate Budget Committee

Glassboro Mayor and League of Municipalities Executive Board Member Dr. Leo J. McCabe appeared before the New Jersey State Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee on March 25 to discuss Governor Christie’s proposed state budget. The testimony took place at Rowan College at Gloucester County.  His remarks focused on the Transportation Trust Fund, the Pension and […]

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