PHOTO COURTESY OF EVESHAM TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Burlington County removes caps from arts and history grants

With many arts and history groups still struggling to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Burlington County Commissioners are increasing the county history and...

Common calendar, Packet papers, Sept. 24

Ongoing   Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) are open to help residents affected by the remnants of Tropical Storm Ida. Representatives from FEMA and the U.S. Small Business...
PHOTO COURTESY OF HEATHER COMISKY

Marching Scotties host inaugural Bandemonium competition

The opportunity to host its own marching band competition through the USBands organization came to be for the Bordentown Regional High School Marching Band...
STEVEN BASSIN/STAFF

Mazzella’s hat trick steers Bordentown to fifth victory of the season

It’s been an outstanding start to the 2021 season on the pitch for the Bordentown Regional High School girls soccer team and senior captain...
PHOTO COURTESY OF BURLINGTON COUNTY

Burlington County Sheriff’s Department takes the L.E.A.D. in teaching students about drug and alcohol...

Schools can request to host classes    The Burlington County Sheriff’s Department is launching a L.E.A.D (Law Enforcement Against Drugs) education program in partnership with the...

Bordentown Marching Scotties present Bandemonium competition on Sept. 18

Bordentown Regional High School’s Marching Scotties present Bandemonium, its inaugural marching band competition, Sept. 18 on the football field, 318 Ward Ave., Bordentown. Gates open...

Common calendar, Packet papers, Sept. 17

Ongoing   Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) are open to help residents affected by the remnants of Tropical Storm Ida. Representatives from FEMA and the U.S. Small Business...
STEVEN BASSIN/STAFF

Young Scotties excited about great start on the pitch

The Bordentown Regional High School boys soccer team has been a scoring machine in its 3-1 start to the 2021 campaign. Bordentown has scored a...
PHOTO COURTESY OF BURLINGTON COUNTY

Twenty years later, We will never forget: First responders are ‘part of the best’

The seven victims of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, who had ties to Burlington County ties are: Nicholas Bogdan, 34, Pemberton Township...
PHOTO COURTESY OF BURLINGTON COUNTY

More than 100 Burlington County lives were lost to suicide over past 18 months

Several dozen Burlington County officials, workers and guests memorialized those who died by suicide last year during the county’s annual Suicide Prevention Walk. Held annually...

Common calendar, Packet papers, Sept. 10

Ongoing Gov. Phil Murphy welcomed American allies evacuated from Afghanistan to New Jersey. Already interpreters and others who worked with the American military have started...
Frank Wojciechowski

Senior athletes from across New Jersey will compete in 14 Olympic events

  Woodbridge Mayor John E. McCormac, the New Jersey Senior Olympic Committee, senior Olympians and competing senior athletes return for athletic competition after postponing the...

Bordentown firefighter among ‘outstanding women’ to be honored by Burlington County

Lori Engler comes from a long line of first responders, and has followed in her family’s footsteps. The Bordentown native has been an EMT/firefighter for...
PHOTO COURTESY OF BURLINGTON COUNTY

Pet adoptions encouraged as Burlington County Animal Shelter reaches max capacity

The Burlington County Animal Shelter is currently at capacity and is seeking adopters or fosters interested in providing loving homes for a dog or cat....
PHOTOS BY SUSAN KWIETNIESKI-ULMER

Scenes from Bordentown City Beach after Tropical Storm Ida

PHOTOS BY SUSAN KWIETNIESKI-ULMER Scenes from Bordentown City after Tropical Storm Ida ravaged the area on Sept. 1. According to a post by Mayor Jennifer Sciortino,...
PHOTO COURTESY OF SOUTH BRUNSWICK POLICE DEPARTMENT

Burlington County impacted by Tropical Storm Ida; National Weather Service is investigating tornado reports

The remnants of Tropical Storm Ida moved through the region on Sept. 1, producing heavy rainfall, flash floods and a tornado that moved through...

Common calendar, Packet papers, Sept. 3

Ongoing Gov. Phil Murphy welcomed American allies evacuated from Afghanistan to New Jersey. Already interpreters and others who worked with the American military have started...
PHOTO COURTESY OF BRENNA JOBES

Bordentown City residents take part in Lanternfly Murder Pub Crawl

BORDENTOWN - Bordentown City resident Brenna Jobes had an idea to help solve an issue regarding increased sightings of lanternflies in the community since...
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