Moorestown News

Trinity Episcopal bringing Moorestown a ‘berry’ good time

Trinity Episcopal Church’s 12th Annual Blueberry Festival will take place from 5 to 9 p.m. on Friday, June 21, in the Trinity Episcopal Church...

Locals can become Court Appointed Special Advocates for abused children in Burlington County

CASA and its volunteers speak for children in court, serve as fact finders judges and safeguard the interests of the children.

Barnes & Noble Moorestown will host a book fair for Cinnaminson’s schools on June...

Copies of summer reading books will be available, as well as themed products for students and families to show their "Pirate Pride."

Potential tax increase on the horizon for residents

Nearly three months after the first iteration of the 2019 budget was presented, Moorestown Council passed the budget on first reading at last Monday’s...

Roberts School taking steps to eliminate food waste

Federal regulations dictate that schools must serve students an item from each food group when they purchase lunch. For that reason, paraprofessionals and teachers...

Township amends affordable housing agreement

In the event the Pennrose site is ruled unsuitable for developing affordable housing, Moorestown has a backup plan. At its most recent meeting, Moorestown...

Burlington County Animal Alliance celebrates its 20th anniversary

This year, the Burlington County Animal Alliance has been celebrating their 20 year anniversary. The organization was founded in 1999 as a private, independent nonprofit animal advocacy group.

Near crash has police urging caution at local railroad crossings

At each railroad crossing, Conrail provides a blue sign with an emergency number and location for residents to report malfunctions at railroad crossings.

A partnership forged in fire

Rowan College at Burlington County are offering tuition discounts to students pursuing a degree in fire science in exchange for volunteer hours with the Moorestown Fire District.

Moorestown Friends eighth-grader performs as principal cellist in All-State Concert

Kwak performed as the principal cellist and was given the honor of first chair. The numbered chairs of an orchestra are a ranking of the players’ proficiency and skill. First chairs typically serve as the section lead
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