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New fines, penalties for ‘boom parties’ are signed into law

Acting Gov. Nicholas Scutari signed legislation Monday creating new penalties for vehicles playing loud music, an effort to stop so-called boom parties that have kept some New Jersey residents awake late into the night.

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Throwing a ‘boom party’ with blasting music now carries a hefty fine in N.J.

Acting Gov. Nick Scutari on Monday signed a law that increases the penalties in New Jersey for operators of so-called “boom cars,” nuisance vehicles that blast music from stacks of speakers and can be heard for miles around.

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August 11: Burlington County Holding Special Event To Help Seniors Obtain Free Farmers Market Vouchers

The Burlington County Office on Aging is holding a special event next week to distribute $50 farmers market vouchers to income-eligible local seniors.

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Oliver Tribute: Troy Singleton

State Sen. Troy Singleton (D-Delran) released the following statement on the death of Lieutenant Gov. Sheila Oliver:

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Burlington County to launch grant program to assist businesses owned by veterans and service members

The Burlington County Commissioners are creating a new grant program to assist veteran-owned or military personnel-owned businesses.

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Burlington County Commissioners, Senator Singleton and Sheriff’s Office collecting school supplies

The Burlington County Commissioners, Burlington County Sheriff’s Office and New Jersey Senator Troy Singleton want to make sure every Burlington County child is prepared to return to school this fall.

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Singleton's Summer Lunch Program Feeding Communities

So many families struggle with food insecurity - especially in the summer months.

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French Connection: City, Mortefontaine, France Celebrate Sister City Agreement With Bastille Day Ceremony

BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ — French fever has come to Bordentown.

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Burlington County creating free day camp for children impacted by substance use

The Burlington County Commissioners approved the creation of a free day-camp for children impacted by the opioid addiction epidemic.

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Burlington County expanding free public Wi-Fi to County parks

Free public Wi-Fi will be available at this year’s Burlington County Farm Fair as part of a new initiative to expand internet access and connectivity to all Burlington County Parks.

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