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Mt. Laurel officials react after new state referendum bill signed into law

Democrat Stephen Steglik applauded the new law, authored by Assemblywoman and fellow Democrat Carol Murphy of Mt. Laurel, while Republican Mt. Laurel Mayor Kurt Folcher expressed disappointment in the bill’s signing.

Excessive Heat Watch issued with extreme heat on the way

The Excessive Heat Watch has been issued for Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties through Sunday evening.

Capehart Scatchard hosts first-year law students for breakfast

The students, from Rutgers Law School, are part of the Rutgers Minority Student Program.

Movies in the Park series continues in Mt. Laurel on Tuesday

'The Grinch' will be the film screened at Tuesday's event at Laurel Acres Park.

Second tornado caps off strange weather week in Mt. Laurel

After the first confirmed tornado in Burlington County in 15 years touched down in Mt. Laurel on July 6, a second twister struck the region just five days later.

Tractor trailer topples off I-295, onto Church Street after accident

The incident took place on Interstater-295 northbound just after 3 a.m. on Friday morning.

National Weather Service investigating second possible tornado in Mt. Laurel

The investigation comes after wind damage was reported in the township during the same time a tornado warning was issued on Thursday evening.

Flash Flood Watch in effect until early Friday morning

Heavy rain could fall across South Jersey throughout the evening and into Friday.

A legacy of leaders

Nearly 100 years after Mt. Laurel native Alice Paul helped advocate for the passage of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote, the Alice Paul Institute is helping to develop the next generation of female trailblazers.

Obituary: Doris L. Dorsey

Doris passed away on Wednesday, July 3 at the age of 88.
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