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Domestic violence organization seeks volunteers

Providence House Domestic Violence Services of Catholic Charities seeks volunteers for its response team who will work with police in Burlington County, answer domestic...

Gov. Murphy announces indoor mask requirement for beginning of 2021-2022 school year

On August 6, Gov. Phil Murphy announced that all students, educators, staff, and visitors will be required to wear face masks indoors for the...

Palmyra set to participate in National Night Out next month

Palmyra Police Chief Meghan Campbell looks forward to the borough’s fifth National Night Out next month. The event was canceled last year due to the...

New Alzheimer’s drug provides hope to South Jersey man

Jeff Borghoff was diagnosed with an early onset form of the disease in 2016

Council discusses manpower issues, public access at borough hall

Meetings will gradually open up as COVID conditions warrant.

Nonprofit connects South Jersey mothers, daughters who want to give back

The nation’s largest mother-daughter philanthropic organization is coming to South Jersey.  The National Charity League Inc. is launching a Garden State South chapter, its second...

Palmyra Police Department encourages responsible bike usage

Registration event aimed at crime prevention, property retention.

Multi-Agency initiative yields nine more child pornography Arrests

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced last week that nine more people have been charged as part of an operation targeting online predatory behavior...

The Longest Day shines light on Alzheimer’s Disease

Fundraiser gives participants choice in how to support association

Breaking through: Palmyra dedicates ground for new development

Land that most recently hosted flea market to become mixed-use project.
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