Marlton News

Standout officer sworn in at latest council meeting

Kellie Demofonte, who has already made a name for herself in her capacity as a class two officer, was officially sworn in as a fully-fledged officer with the Evesham Police Department

LRHSD makes significant safety, security improvements to its schools

Following the award of a cumulative $3.438 million grant from the county, the district is making strides to make sure its communities are safe

Burlington County nonprofit is seeking local volunteers

Mall of Hope, Inc., is determined to find new ways to engage outreach in local communities

The Garden Club of Marlton invites public to November monthly meeting

The program for the November meeting will explore "New Jersey's Agricultural Heritage" and will be presented by Al Murray, who has spent his entire career advocating on behalf of New Jersey's agricultural industry.

Banding together

The Moorestown Community Band is busy preparing for their Nov. 2 performance at the Wiley Church in Marlton.

The thrill of the haunt

Each Halloween, one Marlton resident’s house has been the one to beat when it comes to decorating, and good luck to anyone who tries.

ETPD investigating anti-semitic fliers left on vehicles

Evesham police officers were called to Fleming's Steakhouse on Oct. 10, at 10:30 p.m., after patrons of the establishment reported finding hand-typed printouts on three vehicles.

Evesham Township to hold inaugural Trunk or Treat event

Trunk or Treat event will be taking place Friday, Oct. 25, 6 to 9 p.m. at Savich off Tuckerton Road in Marlton.

ETPD seeking public’s help identifying identity theft suspect

Suspect used victim's VISA credit card to purchase merchandise from local Whole Foods Market.

Evesham Police promote annual Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day

The Evesham Police Department will increase traffic enforcement efforts on Oct 10.
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