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...

Local police, officials launch pedestrian safety campaign

In an effort to stymie potential accidents involving pedestrians along one of Bordentown Township’s main highways, the police department recently announced a new initiative...

Bordentown Girl Scout starts bike safety and recycling program for Gold Award

Three years ago, the uncle of local Girl Scout Emily Wheeler, was the victim of a hit-and-run incident while riding his bike. Although her...

Putting the right paw forward: Friends of Burlington County Animal Shelter gears up for...

For the nonprofit Friends of Burlington County Animal Shelter group, the opening line of their mission statement says it all: “We enhance the lives of...

Arts Center in Burlington County celebrates grand opening

The Medford Arts Center has a new location to call its permanent home, as Burlington County residents gathered at the center on Sept. 15...

Florence Historical Society’s new display preserves local past

Thumbing through the pages of a recently donated Florence High School yearbook, George Lengel recounted fond memories of his youth to locals. It was...

Historic Cranberry Festival returns to Bordentown City this weekend

One of the state's oldest craft shows will return to Bordentown this weekend, as citizens from throughout the region will gather to attend Bordentown...

Bordentown City officials address lead issue in water system

Bordentown City residents have been encouraged to test the water that they use daily - a measure that city officials hope will combat the...

Bordentown awarded $2.1M grant for new truck route

Rush hour traffic and congestion could be less of an issue for Bordentown Township residents in the upcoming years. Officials touched on those issues when...

Freeholders, Rowan College to hold multiple career fairs

Burlington County residents will soon have the opportunity to develop and expand their professional business skills. That opportunity is the result of the county Board...

Burlington County Freeholders aim to fight opioid crisis

County government is preparing to join the fight in holding the nation’s largest drug companies, distributors and physicians accountable for their role in perpetuating...

Habitat for Humanity of Burlington County aims for further reach into the community

Habitat for Humanity of Burlington County and Greater Trenton-Princeton is not just in the business of building houses – it’s in the business of...

Ken Burns comes to Roebling to showcase remastered film ‘Brooklyn Bridge’

World-famous documentarian Ken Burns recently visited the Roebling Museum last week to give attendees another look at the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge through...
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Bordentown resident charged with endangering welfare of child

A Bordentown City man who is a campus security officer at Rider University, Lawrenceville, has been charged with four counts of endangering the welfare...
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Florence mail carrier honored at council meeting

A recent meeting of the Florence Township Council was unusually packed on Sept. 5, as friends, family and colleagues of local mail carrier Mary...

Local Boy Scout builds utility shed for high school marching band

As he played drums in Bordentown Regional High School's marching band, 13-year-old Matthew Comeau noticed a need that he and his fellow Boy Scouts...

Bordentown man arrested for attempting to lure boy online

A Bordentown man was arrested on Wednesday, Sept. 5 for allegedly attempting to lure a 14-year-old boy he met online to a local park...
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