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Local ministry uses sports as a means of deeper connection

More than 30 years ago, a nonprofit was humbly started at Moorestown Bible Church (now HOPE Community Church). Today, Saints Prison Ministry is the...

Seminar aims to get your house sold

Coldwell Banker Preferred and New American Funding will present “Selling Your Home in Today’s Market,” taking place at The Moorestown Library on Jan. 23...

Obituary: Emma Ruth Jaloway

Emma Ruth Jaloway passed away on Jan. 10 at the age of 98. The third of five children born to George and Martha Zimm...

Girls on the Run receives $15,000 grant from Rite Aid Foundation

Press release from Girls on the Run.

Federal grant gives Lenola project the go-ahead

On Monday Jan. 6, Moorestown Township received an executed federal aid agreement that will allow preliminary engineering work to begin on the Lenola Town...

Parks and Rec. gets on hands-on with STEM

By Amy Filippone, Dept. of Parks & Recreation The Moorestown Parks & Recreation Department will be offering STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) classes beginning...

Alberti, Shaw to lead school board in 2020

The Moorestown Board of Education’s Jan. 7 reorganization meeting saw mostly familiar faces being sworn in and appointed to board leadership. The board welcomed...

Code Blue remains in effect in Burlington County through Thursday

Temperatures are expected to drop below freezing overnight across the region.

Gillespie sworn in as mayor of Moorestown

It’s a new year, a new decade and a new mayor of Moorestown in 2020. On Monday, Jan. 6, Nicole Gillespie was sworn in...

MLK has a dream once ‘Moore’

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will come to life at Converge Church on Sunday, Jan. 19. Dr. John Moore, a world-renowned King portrayer, will lead...
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