Monday, January 18, 2021



Albert Appel Posthumously Receives New Jersey Heartland Hero Award

New Jersey's Heartland honored Appel, who died at the age of 98 on August 25, with its Heartland Hero for the month of October.

Free Salem County Flu Clinics Begin September 22

Salem County's Department of Health and Human Services will hold six different free drive-through flu clinics throughout the next six weeks.

Albert Appel, Founder of Appel Farm Arts Camp, Dies at Age 98

Appel co-founded the Appel Farm Arts Camp, which opened in 1960 and has grown into a staple of the South Jersey community.

Education Association Presidents Representing More than 12,000 Educators in South Jersey Publish Open Letter to Gov. Murphy Regarding Back-to-School Concerns

"We would like nothing more than to return to our classrooms, busses, cafeterias, and offices to educate our students in a safe environment. However, it is clear that the science does not support reopening school buildings this fall."

SCC Partners with Renowned Artist Paul Stankard by Raffling ‘Salem Bouquet’ Glass Art to Fund Scholarships

The Salem Community College (SCC) Foundation is again partnering with internationally renowned glass artist and SCC distinguished alumnus Paul J. Stankard to raise funds for scholarships.

Chemours Unveils $275,000 Grant to Support STEM Education in Salem County

Science and math education in Salem County has received a major boost thanks to the generosity of the Chemours Company.

SCC President on COVID-19 Outbreak: ‘Currently, We Have No Plans to Suspend Classes’

On Thursday, March 12, Salem Community College President Michael Gorman released a statement regarding the college's response to the novel coronavirus situation that has caused a State of Emergency to be declared in New Jersey.

Salem County to Host U.S. Census Hiring Event on Mar. 11, Positions Start at $16.50 Per Hour

According to a release put out today by Gateway Community Action Partnership, the United States Census Bureau will host a recruiting event on Wednesday, Mar. 11 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Salem One-Stop Career Center located at 174 East Broadway in Salem.

Salem County to Consider Unifying All School Districts into One County-Wide District

Salem County has posted a grant opportunity seeking a professional consulting firm to perform a feasibility study to determine the effects and possible benefits of consolidating the county's 15 different school districts into one county-wide district.

SCC State of the College: Enrollment Up, Campus Upgraded, and Sports Return

On Wednesday evening, President of Salem Community College, Dr. Michael Gorman delivered a "State of the College" address in the school's Donaghay Hall where he touched on topics including: increasing enrollment, campus upgrades, and the return of the athletics department.