Mayor highlights Florence achievements and officials were elected at reorganization meeting

Mayor Craig Wilkie highlighted the achievements of the past year while Jerry Sandusky was elected president and David Woolston was selected as vice present...

Benowitz tabbed mayor of Bordentown Township for third consecutive year

Stephen Benowitz will lead Bordentown Township as its mayor for the third straight year. By a unanimous vote from the committee, Benowitz was named mayor...

Solutions 1/11: A New Year’s resolution worth keeping

By Sam Daley-Harris   Everyone lies about their New Year’s resolutions. Well, most of us do. We know when we make them that we probably aren’t going to...

NAMI NJ holds art contest for mural at North Brunswick headquarters

The New Jersey headquarters of NAMI NJ (National Alliance on Mental Illness) needs a visual expression for a mural on the front wall entrance...

Super Pet Expo to include rabbit jumping, dog tricks, cat petting area

The Super Pet Expo will run from Feb. 8-10 at the New Jersey Convention Center, 97 Sunfield Ave., Edison. The Marvelous Mutts features top canine athletes, all adopted...

Inaugural crop of students complete Rowan College at Burlington County’s 3+1 program

By ZANE CLARK Staff Writer Rowan College at Burlington County students first began to take part in the school's new 3+1 program in January 2017. Through the...

Bordentown boy scout builds bench for community

Although many people in Bordentown use the pedestrian bike path at Luyber Field for leisure and exercise activities, local boy scout Davin Eget, noticed...

Florence police surprise family whose gifts were stolen before the holidays

After a family had their automobile stolen on Dec. 22 at a Florence Township convenience store with their holiday gifts stored within it, the...

Bordentown Historical Society hosts discussion with George Washington reenactment

Locals took an opportunity to step back in time through history on Dec. 28 when the Bordentown Historical Society sponsored an event on the...

The State We’re In 1/4: Candy Ashmun: devoted Pine Barrens champion

One of the greatest advocates for protecting the New Jersey Pine Barrens is someone who never lived there. But Candace McKee Ashmun – better known...

Police: Vehicle collision closes down Route 130 on New Year’s Eve

The Bordentown Township Police closed down Route 130 for several hours on New Year’s Eve after officials reported that a motorist had attempted to...

Prosecutor: Beverly City man sentenced to 50 years for Florence homicide

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced in a statement on Dec. 26 that a Beverly City resident, who was convicted of fatally shooting a...
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Farming conference open to the public, gardeners, farmers of all skill levels

The 29th annual Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Jersey (NOFA-NJ) Winter Conference will take place on Jan. 26 and 27 at the Rutgers...

Solutions 12/28: Town Planning: Necessary responses to our changing town and world

Most local readers know we need to reduce emissions and can do so by turning to electric and hybrid vehicles, to solar panels, to...

Paterson couple charged in Bordentown Township phone scam plot

A couple from Paterson was charged with conspiracy to commit theft by deception on Dec. 18 by the Bordentown Township Police. The township police reported...

County Sheriff warns residents of phone scam

Burlington County Sheriff Jean Stanfield is warning residents about a telephone scam in which individuals pretending to be from the Burlington County Sheriff’s Department...

Bordentown boys’ basketball prepares for league schedule

Looking to bounce back from a defeat the previous week against Cherokee High School, the Bordentown Regional High School boys' basketball team couldn’t find...

Bordentown real estate location receives surplus of toy donations

For the past 20 years Weidel Real Estate’s Bordentown location has teamed up with the Toys for Tots program to become a giving-hub in...
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