Tabernacle News

Residents can now sign up for mosquito spraying notifications for their towns

The county Health Department released information informing residents that they can sign up for notifications to the its Mosquito Control calendar.

Tabernacle awarded $26 thousand for Clean Communities Grant

The town is planning to use it for their Adopt-A-Road program, the education program at Tabernacle Elementary School, and other environmental-related areas.

A quick guide to keep Tabernacle residents cool in the hot weather

Tabernacle Township and Burlington County have a few tips to keep you safe during extremely hot weather.

Rowan College at Burlington County promotes quick entry into medical billing field through new...

Officials say Rowan College at Burlington County’s new "Medical Billing Specialist" program offers entry into the field in less than one year.

Burlington County Superior Court Judge Ronald Bookbinder retires from full-time service

Judge Ronald Bookbinder has sat on the bench as the assignment judge for the Vicinage 3 Superior Court of New Jersey for the last 29 years.

Law enforcement reminding residents about legal, illegal fireworks

Law enforcement agencies are reminding the public to adhere to the state's law regarding fireworks ahead of the Fourth of July holiday.

“Code orange” air quality alert announced in Burlington County, surrounding areas

The alert means that air pollution concentrations within the region may become unhealthy for sensitive groups.

Tabernacle settles on nearly $13,500 after being sued for withholding public records

The Township of Tabernacle reached a settlement earlier this week reaching almost $15 thousand after a resident sued the municipality for allegedly withholding public records.

Burlington County announces volunteer opportunities

The Volunteer Center of Burlington County announced multiple volunteer opportunities for local organizations and upcoming events.

Camp No Worries, a camp for kids fighting cancer, hosts its 25th anniversary

From the 24 to the 29 of June, approximately 100 campers from all over the tri-state, ages 6 through 16, spent their time at the camp.  
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