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Burlington County Commissioners Select New Director, Deputy Director For 2022
MOUNT HOLLY – The Burlington County Board of Commissioners celebrated the start of the new year at their 2022 Reorganization Meeting on Wednesday where they selected a new director and deputy director and resolved to continue to find new ways to help residents and businesses during the ongoing pandemic.
Bill Would Send Some Sports Betting Taxes To Atlantic City
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey lawmakers are considering a bill that would redirect some sports betting taxes from a state agency to the city of Atlantic City for property tax relief.
Singleton Joins #BettyWhiteChallenge, Urges Donations To Animal Shelters In Actress' Honor
BURLINGTON COUNTY, NJ — Beloved actress Betty White passed away on December 31 at the age of 99, and fans around the country, including Bordentown's State Senator, have found a way to honor the animal-loving legend.
Incoming N.J. Senate Leadership Team The Most Diverse In State History
When the 219th state Legislature is sworn in at noon on Tuesday, New Jersey will have the most diverse Senate majority leadership team in its history.
Governor Murphy's Plans For Enhanced Environmental Regulation And Enforcement In New Jersey
Following New Jersey Governor Philip D. Murphy’s re-election this November, his Administration shows all signs of entering the new term with an aggressive environmental agenda.
Senator Troy Singleton Appointed Senate Majority Whip
TRENTON, NJ — The incoming President of the New Jersey Senate, Senator Nicholas Scutari, appointed Senator Troy Singleton to the Senate Democratic Leadership team, elevating him as Senate Majority Whip.
N.J. Schools May Get ‘Test And Stay’ Programs So Kids Don’t Need To Quarantine For COVID, State Says
New Jersey schools may begin piloting new testing programs when schools open again in January that would allow students exposed to COVID-19 to stay in the classroom even if a classmate or teacher tests positive, state officials said.
Will We Make It To The End Of H.S. Basketball Season? Newest Proposal In Trenton Might Save The Day
It’s been great to be back. High school football in the fall of 2020 had minimal fins, but there were still bands, and it had a good atmosphere. And by Spring, with baseball outdoors, everything felt normal.
Atlantic City Casino PILOT Bills Up For Assembly, Senate Vote Monday
A bill to lower what Atlantic City casinos would have to pay in lieu of property taxes for five years will be voted on by both the full Assembly and state Senate Monday.