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Lenola Volunteer Fire Company Celebrates 100 Years Of Service

Tom DiPaolo was introduced to firefighting early in life.

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South Jersey Lawmaker's Proposal For Black Heritage Trail Signed Into Law

VINELAND — Just shy of two years after it was officially proposed, a South Jersey legislator’s idea to create a “Black Heritage Trail” spanning the state is law in New Jersey.

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Mount Laurel's Weekly Recap

With lots happening in Mount Laurel you may have missed some of TAPinto Mount Laurel's top stories this past week. Here is your chance to catch up on what you've missed before the week ahead begins!

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Burlington County Commissioners agree to help fund new playground at Burlington County Special Services School District

The Burlington County Special Services School District will be able to renovate the playground at its Westampton Campus thanks to an agreement with the Burlington County Commissioners to help fund the project.

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Sen. Singleton Updates Public on "Boom Car Party" Meeting with Philly Police

MOUNT LAUREL, NJ — Have you been woken up late at night by loud, thumping music that seems to be coming from everywhere and nowhere at the same time?

 

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Hundreds of rental assistance payments are apparently missing. N.J. lawmaker asks what went wrong.

Hundreds of payments meant to stop financially strapped renters in New Jersey are apparently missing, and now one lawmaker is asking why.

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Playground for Special Services Students to be Renovated Thanks to Agreement Between County, District

WESTAMPTON, NJ – The Burlington County Special Services School District will be able to renovate the playground at its Westampton Campus thanks to an agreement with the Burlington County Commissioners to help fund the project.

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Burlington County Commissioners And Senator Singleton Kick Off Largest County Restaurant Week Ever

MOUNT HOLLY – Burlington County Restaurant Week is here and bigger than ever.

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Bill Would Require Structural Inspections Of Multi-Family Dwellings To Prevent Collapses

New multi-family buildings in New Jersey would have to be cleared by a structural inspector under new legislation inspired by last year’s deadly condominium collapse in Surfside, Florida.

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Burlington County Kicks Off Largest Restaurant Week Ever

Celebration features over 70 restaurants, taverns and eateries

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