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Palmyra Borough holiday schedule

The borough has released the following information in regards to holiday scheduling:•Borough offices will be open all day on Friday, Dec. 30 and closed...

Palmyra residents and visitors share their holiday traditions

Palmyra families have traditions that range from house decorating to candlelight toursThe holiday season is in full swing in Palmyra, and families are getting...

Palmyra High School sports teams recognized at final Board of Education meeting

Supervisor of Athletics Mike Papenberg recognized the band, color guard, soccer, football, cross country and tennis teams at the BOE meeting on Dec. 14.Much of...

Burlington County Health Department issues Code Blue emergency

The Code Blue will last through Friday morning and may be extendedBased on the projected weather forecast this week, The Burlington County Health Department has...

Palmyra teen charged in shooting incident

The 17-year-old male from Palmyra was charged on Dec. 13On Tuesday, Dec. 13, the City of Burlington Police Department placed a 17-year-old male from Palmyra...

Santa to visit the Riverton Free Library tonight

Bring your holiday wish lists to the library this eveningSanta will be coming to visit the Riverton Free Library tonight, Dec. 13, at 6:30 p.m....

Burlington County Institute of Technology announces literary initative

BCIT provides supplementary skilled development in literacy for high school students.The Burlington County Institute of Technology (BCIT) has announced a new literary initiative. BCIT...

Tree of life pendant workshop at Riverton Free Library

The library will be holding the workshop tomorrow, Dec. 10 at noonJoin the Riverton Free Library staff in making a tree of life pendant to...

Palmyra High School students participate in spirit week

Sprit week took place at Palmyra High School from Nov. 14 to Nov. 18Palmyra High School’s Junior Student Council sponsored Spirit Week from Nov. 14...

Mayor and council say goodbye to three council people, welcome Frank Cosky

Palmyra borough council voted to elect Frank Cosky to replace Shelby Tucker as councilmanAt the Dec. 5 borough council meeting, Mayor Michelle Arnold announced...
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