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State revises use-of-force policy for law enforcement

By the end of the calendar year, all of New Jersey’s 38,000 state, county and local law enforcement officers will have gone through an...

Palmyra Halloween committee continues its traditions

Palmyra is welcoming back its annual Halloween parade with the help of parade committee members, volunteers, local businesses and the community. A tradition that started...

Palmyra market back after suspension due to lack of vendors

After facing a summer suspension due to bad weather and a lack of vendors, the Palmyra Farmers Market is back on Thursday evenings. The weekly,...

Burlington County sees success with COVID outreach team

With COVID cases on the rise as the Delta variant spreads nationwide, the need for virus prevention resources is loud and clear. As part of...

Burlington County seeks advocates for sexual-violence victims

Contact of Burlington County seeks volunteers to be trained as confidential sexual violence advocates. Advocates offer a range of services to victims: accompanying them to...

County releases online map of Black-owned businesses for National Black Business Month

  Release courtesy of Burlington County: The Burlington County Commissioners are spotlighting Black-owned businesses throughout the month of August as part of a National Black Business...

Girl Scouts hold one-day recruiting event across 50 locations

Girl Scouts of Central and Southern New Jersey CEO Ginny Hill and volunteers Linda Schnatterer and Nicole Bush stood in front of the Walmart...

Burlington Commissioners recognize two districts as Lighthouse Schools

The Burlington County Board of Commissioners recognized Burlington County Institute of Technology and Burlington City with the Lighthouse award at the commissioner meeting on...

Domestic violence organization seeks volunteers

Providence House Domestic Violence Services of Catholic Charities seeks volunteers for its response team who will work with police in Burlington County, answer domestic...

Gov. Murphy announces indoor mask requirement for beginning of 2021-2022 school year

On August 6, Gov. Phil Murphy announced that all students, educators, staff, and visitors will be required to wear face masks indoors for the...
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