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Disclosure Statements Provide Little Insight Into Lawmakers’ Finances
Experts say broader requirements would help boost confidence in government
Residents Asked To Donate New Reuseable Bags To Food Bank Of South Jersey
WESTAMPTON – The Food Bank of South Jersey needs reuseable bags to distribute groceries to neighbors in need, and the Burlington County Library System and Burlington County Commissioners are lending a helping hand.
Singleton And County's School Supply Drive Continues With Mount Laurel Drop-Off Site
MOUNT LAUREL, NJ — The Burlington County Commissioners, Burlington County Sheriff’s Department and New Jersey Senator Troy Singleton want to make sure every Burlington County child is prepared to return to school this fall.
Willingboro Jazz Festival Set For Aug. 14
Willingboro Township’s 39th Jazz Festival returns in-person for the first time since 2019.
All NJ Law Enforcement Officers To Be Licensed Under New Law
NJ joins 46 other states to require officers to hold licenses
Governor Murphy Signs Police Licensing Program Bill Into Law
New Jersey will join 46 states with license programs in place
County Partnership Produces ‘Touchless’ Food Pantry
For more than two years, Burlington County and the Food Bank of South Jersey have partnered for a touchless, drive-through pantry as part of an effort to battle hunger and food insecurity.
Burlington County Commissioners And Sheriff’s Department Collecting Backpacks, School Supplies
MOUNT HOLLY – The Burlington County Commissioners, Burlington County Sheriff’s Department and New Jersey Senator Troy Singleton want to make sure every Burlington County child is prepared to return to school this fall.
How Jersey Suburbs Have Created A Housing Crisis
For Americans who own a home, the crisis brought on by the shortage of housing is a blessing, increasing home values by a staggering $6 trillion over the last two years.