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Palmyra Police Department remains active in community

With upcoming events like the youth police academy, National Night Out and the citizen’s police academy, the PPD have been maintaining a busy schedule of community outreach efforts aimed at fostering a closer relationship with the people they serve.

Blasting off into a good book

With the summer reading theme A Universe of Stories, The Burlington County Library System is encouraging children to let their imaginations take off into space.

Free “Weekend Walk on the Moon” event at Palmyra Cove Nature Park

Weekend-long event celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.

Flash Flood Watch in effect until early Friday morning

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

Borough rolls out 2019 Summer Concert Series lineup

Concerts will take place each Tuesday of the week at Chief Payton Flournoy Park from 7 to 9 p.m. until August 27.

Standing up to hunger

Food Bank of South Jersey feeds local children through its Summer Meals program which helps bridge the summer gap for children who rely on school meal programs.

Connecting with the people

The department set up a table at the farmers market to open up a dialogue with locals and put a face to local law enforcement.

July 29 marks deadline to file petition to run in a school board election...

In addition to meeting other requirements, residents must get the signatures of at least 10 registered voters living in their municipality.

Residents can now sign up for mosquito spraying notifications for their towns

The county Health Department released information informing residents that they can sign up for notifications to the its Mosquito Control calendar.

Standing up for victims of domestic violence

A new organization, the New Jersey Domestic Violence Movement, is spreading awareness and advocating for victims of domestic abuse in New Jersey.
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