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Seneca High School senior Robbie Sunbury talks music and robotics

Sunbury's accomplishments are rooted in his interest to learn new things and interact with different people.

Burlington County Health Department promotes ‘National Prescription Drug Take Back Day’ on April 27

Together, the organizations will be collecting expired/unwanted/unused prescriptions at the Burlington City Police Department from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Lenape Regional High School District announces 2019 spring student performances

Through each performance, students from the district high schools will showcase their talents and the music programs supporting them.

Burlington County Health Department offering additional free lead testing

Screenings are scheduled throughout the month of April.

Rowan College at Burlington County presents ‘mathemagician’ Arthur Benjamin April 12

Arthur Benjamin has gained national acclaim for his ability to quickly perform complex computations in his head.

Burlington County Sheriff’s Department joining ‘UDrive. UText. UPay.’ distracted driving enforcement campaign April 1

The initiative will target motorists who engage in dangerous distracted driving behaviors, such as talking on hand held cell phones and sending text messages while driving.

Nominations due for Burlington County Women’s Advisory Council April 1

The council is also accepting nominations to present scholarships to three, 12th grade, female students from Burlington County.

Lenape Regional High School District discusses state aid reductions

LRHSD is facing a loss of $961,300 for the 2019–2020 school year.At this week’s Lenape Regional High School District Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Carol...

Tabernacle Board of Education adopts tentative 2019–2020 budget

The district anticipates facing state aid reductions totalling about $2.6 million by the 2024–2025 school year.The Tabernacle Board of Education last week passed its tentative...

Student spotlight: Gus Van Walsen

Senior student’s involvement gained him leadership skills, career interestsPictured is senior student Gus Van Walsen at Seneca High School on March 19. Van Walsen...
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