Moorestown News

Stories come alive with cooking, crafts at Parks & Rec.

By: Amy Filippone, Dept. of Parks & Recreation This summer the Moorestown Parks and Recreation Department will offer two book clubs – one for second...

Obituary: Dorothy Marie Tiver

Dorothy Marie Tiver, a proud resident of Woodbury and Woodbury Heights for most of her life, passed away peacefully the morning of Tuesday, June...

Burlington County Library System offers wide variety of summer programming

Libraries throughout Burlington County feature programs for children, teens and adults, including indoor movies, book clubs and story times, yoga sessions and crafts, video and board games, Lego building and STEM exploration, business and computer classes and activities for the special needs community.

A conversation with Moorestown High School’s top performers

The Sun sits down with the valedictorian and salutatorian of MHS’s graduating class to talk about the memories they will take with them as they transition into the next phase of their lives.

Obituary: Eleanor “Lynn” Pharo

Eleanor “Lynn” (nee Metzger) Pharo died on June 10 at the age of 92. Lynn was a longtime resident of Moorestown and very active...

Local resident starts Burlington County Community Service Facebook page to inspire residents to get...

Lauren Purnell, a 21-year-old Burlington County resident, has sought out to positively impact her community through her own efforts in identifying and defeating the stigma of homelessness, but by also providing a place for volunteers and local residents to come together to inspire one another.

Meeting great expectations: Moorestown lacrosse, Girls Spring Team of the Year

There must have been something in the drinking water fountains at Moorestown High School in the last 10 months. During the 2018-19 school year,...

Bringing culinary arts to her community

The Moorestown Recreation Community Kitchen has been abuzz with activity the past few years, thanks in large part to the efforts of its resident chef Katie Sklarow.

Select pharmacies in Burlington County and across NJ distributing free naloxone on June 18

There is no individual prescription, payment, insurance or name required to receive the opioid overdose reversal drug.

Mooretown postal workers honored by USPS

Moorestown letter carriers Michael R. Moffa and Robert J. Kruithof have joined the thousands of United States Postal Service employees who have individually driven...
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