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Bordentown High boys’ basketball shoots for big year after hot start

Talent is not the only trait that has resulted in a successful boys' basketball season this winter at Bordentown Regional High School. Bordentown has won...

Bordentown girl scout aims to spark creativity and communication for Gold Award project

Using elements of theater, creativity and improvisation, a 16-year-old Bordentown girl scout is working her to way toward her Gold Award by influencing local...

Prosecutor: Texas man indicted for threatening, racist post in Northern Burlington High School student...

A Texas man has been indicted by the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office for an alleged violent, racist posting in student group chat among Northern...

Florence school board partners with municipality for safety improvements

As part of an effort to address safety and health concerns, the Florence Township School District entered into a capital grant agreement with the...

Northern Burlington High girls’ basketball guided by new coach

The Northern Burlington County Regional High School girls’ basketball team will look to continue its winning ways this season after a strong finish last...

Florence officials appointed to seats at reorganization meeting

The Florence Township Council will see a return of incumbent members and is set to be led again this year by Craig Wilkie as...

Additional application public hearing adjourned until February for proposed CVS in Bordentown

The developer of the proposed CVS Pharmacy site on Farnsworth Avenue and Route 130 has adjourned the public hearing of its site plan until...

Florence Township receives defibrillator devices aimed to benefit patrons

The Florence Township municipality recently received four automated external defibrillators (AED) aimed to serve patrons in the event of an emergency. Florence officials announced at...

Bordentown City officials provide update on efforts to address reported lead exceedances in homes

Bordentown City officials provided a recent update on their efforts to address the ongoing reports of lead exceedances in residents’ homes. After the Bordentown City...

Benowitz named mayor and Holliday appointed deputy mayor in Bordentown Township

Stephen Benowitz will lead Bordentown Township as its mayor for the fourth straight year while Eric Holliday will step into the seat of deputy...

Substantial THC bust in New Jersey follows yearlong investigation

FREEHOLD - A yearlong investigation by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office Narcotics and Criminal Enterprise Unit targeting a large-scale marijuana and THC distribution network...

Bordentown Township to plant more than 1,000 new trees at Luyber Property

The Luyber Property in Bordentown Township is aimed to receive various improvements for the benefit of the community. In 2019, Bordentown Township officials undertook multiple...

Thomas Paine comes back to Bordentown

Bordentown patrons had the opportunity to step back in time to hear stories, tales and accounts from one of the country’s - and Bordentown’s...

Bordentown Township honored for sustainable practices around community

Bordentown Township was recognized this year for having enacted multiple sustainable practices around the community. The municipality released a Dec. 23 announcement that it received...

Florence officials approve ordinance to acquire property for potential affordable housing development

The Florence Township Council passed an ordinance at a December meeting to purchase property with potential to become a site for affordable housing development. At...

Florence school district and local police raise money for families with charity basketball game

The Florence Township School District and Police Department tipped-off in a charity basketball game to help local families this holiday season. Now in its 10th...

Bordentown Township holds holiday food drive for local veterans

Bordentown Township groups came together this month to help local military veterans and their families enjoy this holiday season. Bordentown Township was the host to...

Attorney General: Bordentown doctor admits to fraud conspiracy

The U.S. Attorney General announced that a Bordentown doctor was sentenced this month for an admitted role in defrauding state health benefits programs and...
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