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Council discuss farm stand zoning issues, ‘green team committee’

Members discussed the issue of farm and firewood stands that were causing traffic issues among drivers, along with adding another environment committee.

Burlington County’s revised recycling schedule for week of Memorial Day

Affected towns will have their recycling schedule shifted to the next day the week of Memorial Day.

Medford Historical Society to host NJ Lighthouse Society for its June meeting

On June 6, the lighthouse society will be speaking and answering questions about the location and history of the state's many lighthouses.

Holocaust survivor speaks at Medford Memorial for Genocide Awareness Day

The middle school welcomed survivor Fred Kurz, who had been a young boy during his time in a concentration camp. Students also participated in a demonstration honoring children who died from genocides

Medford resident among winners of Burlington County 2019 Outstanding Women Award

Dina Rocco, an Attorney with the Burlington County Legal Department for over 14 years, will be honored, among other women, on June 11.

On Campus: Medford students graduate, present research and inducted in honors society

To see your child’s academic accomplishments in an upcoming edition of The Medford Sun, email news@medfordsun.com.

Spring concerts continue across Lenape Regional High School District this season

There are 10 concerts remaining in this year's lineup of spring performances, and according to the district, students have already been offering shows for every taste and mood.

Investors Bank Foundations Support Medford-Vincentown Rotary Scholarship Program

Grants totaling $5,000 are enabling the Medford-Vincentown Rotary to offer $42,000 in scholarship money to 10 high school seniors.

Chainsaw thief reported in Medford, police say

Police were called to Heathcris Court on May 16 after a report that an eight foot expandable gas chainsaw, valued at $1000, had been missing.

Meet nonprofit founder and Shawnee student Rebecca Leavens

Almost a year and a half ago, when Leavens was a sophomore, she started the non-profit Princess Empowerment to help young girls battling cancer.
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