February 2014 Issue
Jaclyn Pryzbylkowski started the Free to Be Club at Voorhees Middle School because she felt the school needed a club that gave students the opportunity to discuss bullying, self-esteem, and ways to make the school a more positive place.
Justin Sommermann, a senior at Washington Township High School, was recognized by Sen. Fred Madden and Assemblyman Paul Moriarty for his completion of the 4th District Legislative Student Enrichment Program.
The Moorestown High School boys swimming team turned in a dominating performance at the SJISA Coaches Invitational, winning the B Division title for the third straight year. Moorestown set meet records in the 200 medley relay and 200 freestyle relay....
Stacy Holland was honored by The White House as a Champion of Change for her work connecting young people in Philadelphia with jobs through the WorkReady program, a nonprofit she founded 10 years ago.
The best coaches, especially when dealing with youth or high school athletes, have an impact that lasts much longer than one particular season. They care about every child under their watch, from the superstar player down to the last kid on the bench,...
There used to be a lot of guilt associated with enrolling young children in daycare and preschool, whether it was because the mom and dad both had to work or they were looking for their child to begin developing their social skills.
There are alternative treatments worth considering when traditional health care can’t cure what ails you.
While awareness has grown, there’s still work to be done to educate women on their No. 1 health risk.
New treatments in body sculpting help target those stubborn fat zones.
Getting the right orthodontic care does a lot more than simply give you straight teeth.
It’s a position more and more caregivers find themselves in, but help is out there.