On Monday, Oct. 21, Palmyra Borough Council adopted a proclamation entitled “A Day Without Water.” The event was held on Wednesday, Oct. 23 and was based on the New Jersey American Water’s fifth annual “Imagine a Day Without Water.”
For most, the season for giving is right around the corner, however, for Marine Corps Toys for Tots, their seasonal campaign has already started.
For those that may have had trains as a kid, like to see a model railroads or are just curious and want to see the Burlington County Model Railroad Club layout, the club’s members during their open house.
The Burlington County Sheriff’s Department will be collecting and distributing toys for Jacob Foot and Associates annual toy drive between Nov. 1 and Dec. 18.
The Palmyra War Memorial Committee is now presenting veterans of Palmyra with Military Service Medals.
On Monday, Oct. 28 at 7 p.m., Venturing Crew #9 will be holding an informational meeting for young people in Palmyra and the surrounding towns. The event will take place at the Bethany Lutheran Church in Palmyra located at 617 Morgan Ave.
Mall of Hope, Inc., is determined to find new ways to engage outreach in local communities
The Palmyra High School Foundation for Educational Excellence prepares to update the Art Department...
On Saturday, Oct. 5, the Palmyra High School Foundation for Educational Excellence held their third annual casino night. The large fundraising event brought together parents, teachers and the community to celebrate and raise money for the high school.
From Oct. 17 to Jan. 9, the Burlington County Health Department will be traveling around the county administering flu shots for the upcoming flu season, which typically lasts between late Oct. to March.
The lucky couples may choose to hold the ceremony on the grand steps to the prison or in their very own cell.