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Kelsey Theatre announces new dates for rescheduled productions

Mercer County Community College's Kelsey Theatre has announced its contingency plans to finish out the 2019-20 production season. The theater in West Windsor Township has...

Legal Services of New Jersey launches program for victims enslaved by human trafficking

Legal Services of New Jersey (LSNJ), based in Edison, has launched a major new statewide initiative to provide civil legal aid for victims in...

Bordentown reports 28 total cases of coronavirus

BORDENTOWN - Bordentown City is reporting six positive COVID-19 patients as of April 6, while Bordentown Township has 22 cases with four people cleared...

Opinion: First responders deserve line of duty death benefits due to coronavirus crisis

As a matter of practice, policy and procedure, the vast majority of law enforcement agencies provide for certain employment benefits for all sworn personnel,...

News Briefs, April 8

Six Flags Great Adventure and Safari and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, Jackson, have temporarily suspended operations and will open in mid-May, or as soon...

United Way of Central Jersey continues free VITA tax preparation using online platform

United Way of Central Jersey continues its free VITA tax preparation using a new online platform for households and individuals with an income of...

Take the #CensusSelfie challenge

New Jersey's response rate for the 2020 Census is only at 43%, with some counties as low as 20%, according to information provided by Advocates...

Swamp pinks face double threat

By Michele S. Byers In the wooded wetlands of southern New Jersey, tender buds of swamp pink flowers are popping from the ground like stalks...

Two coronavirus deaths reported in Burlington County

As of April 4, there are six cases of COVID-19 reported in Bordentown City, and 17 cases reported in Bordentown Township. Two of the township...

Online activities will celebrate organ donation through NJ Sharing Network

NJ Sharing Network, the non-profit, federally designated organ procurement organization responsible for the recovery of organs and tissue in the state, will observe National...

SOLUTIONS 4/3: Which way will we go?

By Huck Fairman Many are wondering if we are at some crossroads, some inflexion point which will lead to lasting changes in our country, and...
Scott Jacobs

With families home due to pandemic, fire safety practices are necessary

The New Jersey Fire Sprinkler Advisory Board is offering tips to help people stay safe from fires while they are spending extended periods of...

Medical marijuana patients face unavailable medication, long lines at treatment centers during COVID crisis

There are 73,000 patients in New Jersey's medicinal cannabis program, which represents only a small fraction of the number of people in New Jersey...

Ten COVID-19 cases reported in Bordentown

The Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders released an updated report on April 1 on the total amount of coronavirus cases reported in Burlington...

Bordentown police relate to children through Xbox with a Cop event

The Bordentown Township Police Department looks to find innovative and creative ways to interact with and reach out to the Bordentown community Over the last...

State income tax filing deadline extended

Gov. Phil Murphy, New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney and New Jersey Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin issued the following joint statement on April 1...

Business offers ‘virtual camp’ while youngsters are indoors during crisis

Liberty Lake Day Camp is trying to bring some “fun in the sun” to people during the coronavirus outbreak. On March 23, the camp started...

Girl Scouts at Home program provides activities for all girls during self isolation period

The Girl Scouts At Home program has launched, presented via new website pages that will direct parents and teachers to tutorials, step-by-step badge programs...
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