Under New Ownership: NJ Bill Would Protect Janitors, 'Service Workers'
A proposed law would provide "stability and security" for thousands of NJ workers and their families, supporters say. Critics say otherwise.
Restaurants say they're ready as county announces expansion of annual program
Robin’s Nest Restaurant was struggling under the weight of pandemic shutdowns. Closing for three spring months to help halt the COVID spread put a strain on the Mount Holly business, but then Burlington County Restaurant Week came along in the summer.
Singleton, Turner Bill to Assist Cannabis Businesses Passes Committee
Trenton – In an effort to support the growth of cannabis businesses, the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee today advanced legislation sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton and Senator Shirley K. Turner which would exclude the corporate business tax and the S corporation income under the gross income tax from the federal income tax provision that prohibits deductions and credits for cannabis businesses.
Senate panel approves tax breaks for would-be homeowners
The Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee unanimously approved legislation that would extend tax breaks to certain prospective homeowners on Thursday.
Singleton Bill That Would Assist First-Time Homebuyers Advances
TRENTON, NJ – In an effort to support first-time homeowners, the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee on Thursday unanimously advanced legislation sponsored by Senators Troy Singleton and Vin Gopal that would establish the New Jersey First-Time Home Buyer Savings Account Program.
County Celebrates Birthday of Rancocas Greenway Visionary Barbara Rich
MOORESTOWN, NJ — The Burlington County community came together this week to celebrate the birthday of Barbara Rich, a dedicated environmentalist who has spent more than 60 years advocating for the protection of Burlington County's natural environment and wildlife.
2023 Winter Restaurant Week Announced for Burlington County Eateries
BURLINGTON COUNTY, NJ — In 2023, Burlington County Restaurant Week will be twice as delicious, giving residents two opportunities to enjoy the great eateries in Burlington County.