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Palmyra Police Department welcomes clergyman to its team

Three local clergymen were sworn in to the Palmyra Police DepartmentThe Palmyra Police Department proudly announced the initiation of the Police Chaplain Program. Three...

Palmyra Cove Nature Park to hold family nature walk this weekend

The cove will have their monthly family nature walk on Dec. 3 at 9 a.m.The Palmyra Cove Nature Park will hold their monthly family nature...

Santa is living right here in Palmyra

Palmyra local sends personalized letters from Santa to kids all over the worldPalmyra resident Brian O’Sullivan is spreading holiday cheer this year not just in...

Holiday happenings in and around Palmyra

Craft show, farmer’s market and lunch with Santa to take place in DecemberPalmyra residents can start to spread holiday cheer this winter with holiday events...

Borough of Palmyra Police Department working to educate community members

The department holds various programs, including police academies and meet and greets.Located on Palmyra’s Broad Street in the same building as the borough office is...

Palmyra native founds charity to spread kindness

Kindness Kits was brought to the triboro area all the way from SeattleThe holiday spirit of giving is starting early this year in Palmyra. Thanks...

Burlington County Recycling Office to hold open house

The open house will take place Sunday, Nov. 20 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.The Burlington County Recycling Office will be holding a Recycling Center...

Mayor declares Oct. 22 as Palmyra High School Class of 1966 Reunion Day

The class of 1966 just celebrated their 50th year reunionAt the Nov. 7 borough council meeting, Mayor Michelle Arnold proclaimed Oct. 22 Palmyra High School...

Bernadette Russell and Mindie Weiner to replace Bryan Norcross and Edward Kearney on borough…

Bernadette Russell and Mindie Weiner to replace Bryan Norcross and Edward Kearney on borough councilSchool board positions were all unopposedIn the Nov. 8 election, Democratic...

Palmyra veteran speaks to Haddonfield Middle School students about time in Naval Reserve WAVES

Jane Elizabeth “Betty” Schopp, one of the few remaining women alive who served in the Military Naval Reserve WAVES, Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency...
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