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As Newark Eliminates Lead Water Pipes, NJ Advances 10-Year Plan For Statewide Removal

Two summers ago, a typically underground problem exploded into national controversy when water filters in Newark failed to remove lead from residents' tap water.

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Burlington County Restaurant Week To Kick Off At Marcello's In Bordentown City

BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ – Burlington County Restaurant Week is off and running with dozens of restaurants from all over the county participating.

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Free Food With Vaccinations In Burlington County June 28

Mary's Mobile Diner is offering a free meal to anyone who gets vaccinated at Deborah Heart & Lung Center's COVID-19 vaccination event.

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Bordentown Township One Of County's New Fixed Vaccine Sites

BORDENTOWN TOWNSHIP, NJ – Burlington County is continuing to make COVID-19 shots available to residents who want the strong protection the vaccines provide.

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Free Dinner With Your Shot: Deborah, Legislators, Burlington County To Host Walk-in COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic In Burlington

BURLINGTON – On Monday, June 28 from 3 PM to 7 PM, Deborah Specialty Physicians is holding a walk-in COVID vaccination clinic at its Sunset Road location in Burlington. Anyone who receives a shot that day will get a free dinner from Mary’s Mobile Diner, which will be on site.

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This Juneteenth, Let’s Look At Race And The Environmental Movement

Gov. Phil Murphy signed a new law last year making Juneteenth an official state holiday, which is celebrated this year on June 18. It honors the day when on June 19, 1865, Union soldiers brought news of the Emancipation Proclamation to enslaved people in Galveston, Texas declaring all people held in slavery in the U.S. must be freed. The date gained national attention last summer after the police-involved death of George Floyd in Minnesota that sparked nationwide Black Lives Matter protests.

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Historical Society Hosts Re-Dedication Ceremony of Clara Barton Schoolhouse

BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ — The Bordentown Historical Society gathered at the Clara Barton Schoolhouse on Friday for a special anniversary with a unique history.

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How Will NJ Prevent 'avalanche' Of Homeowner Foreclosures Once COVID Moratorium Lifts?

Thea Gleason juggles jobs to support her family of four in Little Egg Harbor, supplementing her salary as a high school English teacher with a second job at a storage facility.

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Bill Would Allocate $20 Million To Help First-Time Homebuyers In New Jersey

(The Center Square) – The state Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee has advanced legislation to allocate $20 million to help first-time homebuyers in New Jersey.

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County Commissioners, Singleton Collect 1,000 Items For Domestic Violence Victims

WESTAMPTON, NJ – A spring donation drive organized by the Burlington County Commissioners and State Senators Troy Singleton and Dawn Marie Addiego for Catholic Charities Providence House Domestic Violence Services was declared a huge success with more than 1,000 items collected for the nonprofit’s shelter and support programs.

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