South Brunswick, Bordentown police seek fugitive accuses of burglarizing convenience store

Police are seeking a suspect in connection to a recent burglary to a local convenience store. Officer Mathew Haagood of the South Brunswick Police Department...

County college partners with Rowan University to offer new degree program

Rowan University and Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) have recently enriched their partnership to create more opportunities for students who seek careers in...

Freeholder Director Gibbs, Sheriff Stanfield to hold holiday event for children with special needs

Children with special needs in Burlington County will have a new opportunity to safely participate in a family-fun Halloween activity, coinciding with a partnership...

Downtown antique and crafts store offers employment opportunity for disabled

Like many eclectic businesses in Bordentown City, Gail Force Winds is a new, intimate shop that offers a variety of handmade goods. The business, which...

Wearing kilts for a cause to support military veterans

Although Bordentown’s annual Kilt Fest NJ is primarily a celebration of Scottish-Irish-Gaelic culture and traditions, it also serves a charitable cause. This year's festival teamed...

Officials address concern over growing lead issue

Sitting before a packed room of concerned residents, officials from both Bordentown Township and Bordentown City commiserated over recent reports of high lead levels...

Bordentown officials, residents gather to oppose waste treatment facility

Local officials and residents opposing ELCON’s proposal to build a liquid hazardous waste storage and processing facility in Falls Township, Bucks County, discussed necessary...

Police: 41-year-old man stabbed at Bordentown Township truck stop

An argument at the Petro Truck Stop on Monday morning left a 41-year-old Georgia man in critical condition and a 41-year-old man from North...

Township clerk placed on administrative leave for alleged racist conduct

Township Municipal Clerk Colleen Eckert has been placed on paid administrative leave after a filing by federal prosecutors revealed that she allegedly confessed to...
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Kilt Fest returns to Bordentown this weekend

Kilt Fest, a unique Scottish-Irish-Gaelic event with a medieval twist returns to Liberty Lake Park in Bordentown this weekend. This Celtic celebration featuring food, beer,...
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Murphy, state officials commit to addressing NJ Transit problems

Gov. Phil Murphy joined state officials on Oct. 9 in promising improvements at NJ Transit, where a state-commissioned report released the same day found...

County Lyceum of History and Natural Sciences now open

In keeping with the historical use of the building, the Burlington County Lyceum of History and Natural Sciences officially opened its doors last month,...

Roebling Arms recognizes community for twentieth anniversary celebration

Gathered in front of the Roebling Arms’ main entrance, residents and local officials came together to be recognized and celebrate the Arms’ twentieth anniversary...

Florence Flashes maintain division lead with win over Bordentown

Florence Township Memorial asserted their offensive prowess against WJFL division rival Bordentown Regional on Sept. 5, as the Flashes toppled the Scotties in a...

Deputy mayor inducted to civic leaders program at McGuire Air Force Base

Deputy Mayor Eugene M. Fuzy was recently honored for his years of public service, as officials with McGuire Air Force Base's 305th Mobility Wing...

Bordentown Township Police issue advisory for residential burglaries

Bordentown police are asking residents to keep an eye out for any suspicious activity in their neighborhood, as officers investigate a pair of recent...

Fallen Veterans of Burlington County to be honored

Flags honoring the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice as members of the United States Armed Forces will be remembered in all...

Bordentown Haunted History Ghost Walks set to run through October

Bordentown Walking Tours and the Downtown Bordentown Association have partnered to conduct the annual Haunted History Ghost Walks in downtown Bordentown City this year...
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