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Burlington County Bar Association set to host fifth annual Day of Service

On Friday, Oct. 11, the Burlington County Bar Association will be holding their fifth annual Day of Service for all Burlington County residents. The event will be held between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the Burlington County Library located at 5 Pioneer Blvd. in Westampton.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness Burlington County strives to educate, support and advocate

The National Alliance on Mental Illness is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness.

SJSW Notebook: Off and Running

South Jersey Sports Weekly is a publication that launched in April. It’s produced by Sun Newspapers and appears in the physical copy within the...

BCPO combats county’s drug use epidemic

‘Operation Helping Hand’ partners with ‘City of Angels’ to help drug addicts understand sustained recovery is possible

Comeback kids: Cherokee eager to put ’18 in rearview mirror

Officially, it wasn’t the play that put Cherokee in front for good. Billy Osborn’s 37-yard pass to Caden Burti was the touchdown that erased...

CONTACT of Burlington County is in need of crisis helpline volunteers

Since 1972, the non-profit organizations have been tasked with reducing suffering within the county by helping those in need to address emotional, physical and mental issues.

Burlington County Sheriff’s Department launches Hope One Burlington County

Beginning the week of Sept. 9, the Burlington County Sheriff’s Department will launch an innovative outreach program called Hope One Burlington County. This program is a mobile unit that brings addiction and recovery services along with resources to those struggling with drug addiction.

RCBC to host a naturalization ceremony on Sept. 13 for over 150 candidates

Press release from Rowan College at Burlington County.

Vouchers Still Available for Burlington County Senior Farmer’s Market Program

Over 300 vouchers still remain available to eligible seniors until Sept. 30.

RCBC opens food pantry to help students in need

The college’s Service-Learning scholars will staff the pantry and distribute the food to any student with a current student ID.
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