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RCBC students capture essence of Katz JCC mission

Film project shows slice of life before and during COVID-19.

Graduate embarks on path toward academia thanks to RCBC

Daniela Velez eyes re-entering college, but this time, as a professor.

Conversations on race continue at Palmyra open forum

Questions linger months after George Floyd’s death at hands of police.

Spotting the spotted lanternfly in Burlington County neighborhoods

Tony Gissi recently did some research and is pretty confident the oldest tree in the borough is the oak just outside his house. “The circumference...

Welcome to the Cave: Teens launch sports podcast

In the next few months -- as long as the pandemic cooperates, of course -- Sam Levin, Daniel Leonard and Luke Dorfman will begin...

Black Lives Matter inspires thorough teachings of Black history

Facebook page leads to calls for more thorough history lessons

Swim clubs enjoy successful first month and a ‘new normal’

The months, weeks, days and hours leading up to official swim club  reopenings last month were a combination of nerve-wracking, stress inducing and worrisome,...

Time to retire Indian team names?

Twenty-six years ago, St. John’s University, a private Catholic college in New York City, announced its athletic department’s nickname was changing from Redmen to...

Burlington County plans to phase out ‘freeholder’ for ‘commissioner’ title Aug. 12

A resolution will be introduced at the Aug. 12 meeting to formally start the process.

Palmyra’s trailblazing police chief hits the ground running

Last month, with a little more than a week to go in his tenure as Palmyra’s chief of police, Scott Pearlmen penned a letter...
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