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Singleton Bill Mandating Cancer Screenings For Firefighters Approved

Expands access to cancer screenings for firefighters not in the State Health Benefits Plan

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Burlington County Among Top 500 Healthiest Places In America: U.S. News & World Report

One of only 10 counties in NJ to make the list

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Calls For Long-Term New Jersey Budget Planning To Preserve Surplus

TRENTON, N.J. (KYW Newsradio) — New Jersey's $48.9 billion budget is likely to be approved July 1 without any significant obstacles. Since this year is all but a done deal, some in Trenton say it’s time to think about the years ahead.

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Dates Announced For Burlington County Restaurant Week 2022

The week-long special event kicks off Aug. 14 and continues through Aug. 20.

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Burlington County Listed Among 500 Healthiest Communities In America For 2022

MOUNT HOLLY – Burlington County was once again judged to be among the healthiest places to live in America, according to the latest rankings from U.S. News and World Report.

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Singleton Bill To Establish Matchmaker Program For Small Biz Advances

TRENTON, NJ – The Senate Economic Growth Committee unanimously advanced legislation on Monday sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton that would establish the "Biannual Business Matchmaker Initiative" program for small businesses.

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As Murphy Budget Soars To Record High, N.J. Should Be Ready For A Recession, Lawmaker Says

New Jersey residents have grown accustomed to broken promises from leaders in Trenton, as tax relief initiatives and programs that provide aid to schools, businesses and individuals are usually the first to get axed when the state faces financial difficulties.

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At South Jersey Riverfront, A 165-mile Walk To Freedom Comes To Joyous End

Walkers who began the journey from Cape May on April 2, to Burlington City, on May 28, completed the last leg with 60 people. A descendant of Harriet Tubman spoke at an afternoon ceremony.

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Janitor: N.J. In Desperate Need Of A Worker Retention Law - Opinion

July 1, 2021 was a dark day for me and 27 workers at the Moorestown Township School District. The board voted to terminate an agreement with a union contractor in charge of custodial services, and the new contractor refused to hire the workers. Suddenly and unexpectedly, we lost our jobs, good salaries, our family healthcare benefits and paid vacation, paid sick time and more.

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2022 Burlington County Restaurant Week Announced

Annual event will run from August 14 to August 20

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