Palmyra News

Spotting the spotted lanternfly in Burlington County neighborhoods

Tony Gissi recently did some research and is pretty confident the oldest tree in the borough is the oak just outside his house. “The circumference...

Palmyra re-ups with Burlington County for emergency call services

Borough hall closer to being reopened, with most improvements complete.

Students required to wear face coverings in schools at all times

Press release from the state Department of Education.

Black Lives Matter inspires thorough teachings of Black history

Facebook page leads to calls for more thorough history lessons

State agriculture department warns residents of unsolicited seeds from China

The warning was issued as some New Jerseyans received the packages.

How to keep your pets safe during peak of summer heat wave

For our four-legged friends, the dangers of summer don’t end with the annoyance of constant fireworks during the week of Independence Day.  Just as their...

Swim clubs enjoy successful first month and a ‘new normal’

The months, weeks, days and hours leading up to official swim club  reopenings last month were a combination of nerve-wracking, stress inducing and worrisome,...

Residents raise concerns at Palmyra Council meeting

Officials address property, trash collection issues

Palmyra’s trailblazing police chief hits the ground running

Last month, with a little more than a week to go in his tenure as Palmyra’s chief of police, Scott Pearlmen penned a letter...

How to survive a heat wave during a pandemic

After a mild June, summer came in like a lion when the calendar flipped to July. Independence Day weekend brought temperatures north of 90...
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