From side hustle to entrepreneurship, Christopher Stem has learned about business through his passion...
When Cinnaminson resident Christopher Stem was 17 years-old, he began researching ways to make some extra cash. With a passion for art and creativity, Stem stumbled across and interesting idea, painting curbs.
The Burlington County Health Department is teaming up with the Beverly Housing Authority for a free community lead screening at the end of August.
To some, laughter yoga may be a strange concept, but for Laughter Yoga instructor Karen Siugzda, it changed her life. After only attending one class, the experience Siugzda had made her want to become an instructor and spread positivity through the healing factor of laughter.
As part of a concerted effort in the Legislature to assist the military men and women who have sacrificed and served our nation, two measures to help New Jersey veterans were signed into law on Monday, Aug 5.
Ensuring employees receive the compensation they deserve, Assembly Democrats Annette Quijano, Pamela Lampitt and Wayne DeAngelo have sponsored legislation that strengthens enforcement procedures and criminal sanctions against employers who fail to pay wages required by law.
On Saturday, Aug. 3, the Burlington County Library hosted its fifth annual Fandom Fest, a gathering of like-minded individuals who share a love for fandoms of all kinds.
The Flash Flood Watch is in effect for all of South Jersey through 10 p.m. tonight.
Over the last week, the Delran High School has been holding its annual science, technology, engineering, art and math camp for children in third grade all the way up to seniors in high school. The camp allowed for each age group to learn about a new topic, create projects, design art while simultaneously sparking their passion for STEAM.
From now until Aug. 16, Senator Singleton and Oaks Integrated Care will be collecting school supplies. Participants can drop off their donations at Senator Singleton’s office at 400 North Church Street, Suite 260 in Moorestown between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Lampitt, Schaer & Mukherji Bill Requiring Increased Transparency on Mandatory Student Fees at Colleges...
Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Pamela Lampitt, Gary Schaer and Raj Mukherji to increase transparency surrounding the collection and use of student fees at New Jersey colleges and universities was signed into law Tuesday, July 30.