Late in the 2017 election season Mr. Squire insulted every woman in Pennsauken and anyone who has ever been a victim of domestic violence. He made a comparison between voting for the incumbent Democrats and a woman staying with an abusive husband. Continue reading “Mr. Squire the women of Pennsauken are still waiting for an apology!”
Vincent Squire has announced his candidacy for the 2018 Township Committee election after an overwhelming defeat in the 2017 election. He has also announced that he is founding The Pennsauken Progressive Republican Party with his running mate Ken Steinberg and unsuccessful 2017 Pennsauken Board of Education candidate Nhuan Van. Continue reading “Editorial: Vincent Squire was bad for Pennsauken then and is bad for Pennsauken now.”
Guest post by Stephanie Hermanns Laurick
Tippin’s Pond is like a Diamond in the rough. For some in Pennsauken it is within walking distance. Yet, how often is it really utilized to its full potential? It may be a small pond but when people are not using it as their trash can it is really a beautiful place.
PYAA Soccer is now taking registration for our Spring 2018 season. Pennsauken and Merchantville resident boys and girls are invited to join the leagues. This season, PYAA Soccer will only be taking online registration. If you have any questions please email email@example.com Continue reading “Online Registration for PYAA Intramural Spring Soccer ends on February 18, 2018”
Mr. Squire, Mr. Steinberg and Mr. Van claim they are starting their own Republican party (“Real Republicans” if I recall their statement correctly) in Pennsauken because the local Republican party and Republican voters in Pennsauken will not support them (Betsy-cans they called us if you recall). Continue reading “Vincent Squire, Republican candidate for Pennsauken Township Committee, did not support the Republican Presidential candidate while calling out local Republicans for not supporting him”