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Six deaths, 77 positives included in Burlington County’s COVID-19 report

Burlington County announces six residents have passed away due to complications relating to the novel coronavirus. Residents are from the following municipalities: Bordentown Township (79-year-old...

Two deaths announced in Burlington County relating to COVID-19

Monday's report contains the notification of two residents who passed away due to complications relating to COVID-19.

RVs for MDs provides shelter and a way to stay connected during pandemic

After working on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic, the last place health care workers want to risk the spread of the virus...

Family time: Virtual Kids Expo is April 29

Enjoy the fun from home at inaugural Sun Newspapers event

Weekend Update: Burlington County reports new cases, deaths

Numbers were combined from releases on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Dispatches from home: A hat tip to modern technology

The sound was both startling and scary, perhaps if not surprising. Did a meteor land on my roof? Perhaps the chimney came crashing down? A week...

Funeral homes make ‘tough decisions’ on how services are provided

Stricter guidelines on public gatherings caused funeral home directors to amend how they conduct funerals and provide grief support.

Palmyra plans on redirecting grant money to solve coronavirus issues

Borough to apply funds for disaster response, small business support.

Health director urges residents to stay home after 19 deaths announced

Ten municipalities reported they have lost their residents from the virus as the county urges people to stay home.

Burlington County reports four COVID-19 related deaths

Four deaths were reported from Evesham, Pemberton Township, Willingboro and Woodland.
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