Singleton Bill to Standardize School Discipline Practices and Prevent Discrimination Advances
Trenton – To ensure districts around the state are following best practices, the Senate Education Committee advanced legislation today sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton which would direct the Department of Education to develop guidelines concerning school discipline.
Burlington County and Bridge Commission Help Offset Carbon Footprint with Tree Planting Initiative
Demonstrating the ongoing commitment to sustainability and reducing Burlington County’s carbon footprint, the Burlington County Bridge Commission celebrated the successful completion of its second annual Tree Planting Initiative.
Burlington County Plans Additional Road Work in Six County Towns
The Burlington County Commissioners announced the latest County Funded Overlay Program will begin this week with repaving on a section of Camden Avenue in Maple Shade and Moorestown.
Singleton, County Partnering With Non-Profit to Give Away 600 Coats to Kids
WESTAMPTON, NJ — Senator Troy Singleton and the Burlington County Commissioners have partnered with the non-profit Parents Engaging Parents to sponsor a winter coat giveaway that will distribute 600 coats to children in need for the upcoming winter season.
Lessons in Leadership: State Senator Troy Singleton and Coach Bob Hurley
On "Steve Adubato's Lessons in Leadership," Steve and Mary sit down with State Senator Troy Singleton, Senate Majority Whip, NJ State Senate, about leadership, job creation and the greatest motivators for recruiting and retaining a talented workforce. Then, Coach Bob Hurley, President, People's Park Foundation, talks about the connection between leadership and philanthropy and the recreational opportunities at the fields at Liberty State Park in Jersey City. 11/5/23
Singleton Seeks Volunteers to Sort Toys for Tots Donations in Mt. Laurel
MOUNT LAUREL, NJ — Senator Troy Singleton is looking for volunteers to help spread joy through the community this holiday season.
Singleton, Murphy, Conaway win re-election, teeing up congressional primary
No fewer than three declared or potential congressional candidates have won re-election in the solidly Democratic 7th legislative district, with State Sen. Troy Singleton (D-Delran), Assemblyman Herb Conaway (D-Delran), and Assemblywoman Carol Murphy (D-Mount Laurel) all easily securing new terms, the New Jersey Globe projects.
Hundreds Turn Out for "Out of the Darkness" Suicide Prevention Walk in Mount Laurel
MOUNT LAUREL, NJ – The threat of rain did not keep hundreds from participating in the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Out of the Darkness Community Walk at Laurel Acres Park in Mount Laurel on Saturday.
All-Inclusive Playground Opens at Burlington County Special Services School
In a heartwarming celebration of inclusivity and accessibility, the Burlington County Special Services Schools District, Burlington County Commissioners and State Senator Troy Singleton, proudly opened a new all-inclusive playground at the Special Services School in Westampton.
Acting Governor Way Signs Pair of Bills to Support Small Businesses and Expand Economic Opportunity
TRENTON – Acting Governor Tahesha Way today signed two bills that build upon the Murphy Administration’s all-of-government approach to promoting the growth of small businesses and economic opportunity in New Jersey. The first bill (A3424/S1447) requires the New Jersey Department of Treasury, in partnership with the New Jersey Business Action Center (BAC), to host an “Annual Business Matchmaking Event” to connect small businesses with federal, state, and local government agencies and contractors. The second bill (A4751/S3400) requires the BAC to establish a mentorship program to match business entities with experience in particular areas with new or less experienced businesses seeking to learn from a mentor. Together, the pair of bills advance the mission and success of the BAC, with a crucial focus on the growth of minority-, women-, and veteran-owned businesses.