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Burlington County Commissioners renew leases for senior nutrition sites
MOUNT HOLLY – Burlington County senior citizens will continue to have multiple locations to go for healthy meals, socialization and enrichment in 2023.
National Wreaths Across America Day in Burlington County
BEVERLY, N.J. (CBS) -- Saturday is National Wreaths Across America Day. It's an effort to remember, honor and learn about our nation's fallen heroes.
State Senate advances legislation that would expand R&D tax credit on clean energy, numerous other sectors
Legislation that would spur beneficial advancements in clean energy (as well as transportation and manufacturing) was advanced this week by the state Senate Commerce Committee.
Penalties for Illegal Firearms Sales Would Increase Under State Law
TRENTON, NJ — State Senators Troy Singleton and Linda Greenstein want to expand culpability requirements for unlawful firearms trafficking violations under a proposed law.
Supreme Court Admissions Case Could Upend Environmental Justice Laws
In recent years, more states have crafted environmental justice policies to help communities of color plagued by polluted air and water, poor health outcomes and limited access to green space.