Burlington County NJ
The Rancocas Nature Center, in Burlington County, NJ, will remain open for the time being, even as the community works to find new funding to keep it operating.
Many retailers have extended their store hours and a lot of them are offering some big discounts to lure shoppers in.
Next to a Christmas tree in a room decorated for the holidays, county clerk Tim Tyler officiated at sixteen consecutive weddings.
By Jim Donovan: Burlington County will be holding its 7th recycling event of the year this Saturday, November 17, 2012 from 9 am to 1 pm at the Robert C. Shinn Recycling Center, 130 Hancock […]
Pemberton Township Police say that an elderly man from Browns Mill, N.J. was shot and killed inside of his home.
Charges have been filed against South Street Fillit Recycling of Riverside and its two top officials.
The Burlington County prosecutor’s office says the remains were discovered by two people who were riding motorcycles on a trail in a wooded area off Quail Run Road.
Authorities in Burlington County are warning residents about a potentially rabid kitten on the loose.
Police in Lumberton, NJ have filed charges against 45-year-old Paul Frank of Northeast Philadelphia, 29-year-old Larry Mitchell of Vineland, NJ, and a 17-year-old from Philadelphia.
The US Supreme Court has ruled that South Jersey prison officials had the right to strip-search a Bordentown man in 2005, even though he was never charged with a crime.
Caught between the gang activity in Camden and Trenton, Burlington County officials want residents — especially parents — to be more aware of the culture of gangs.
This time, the licensee is pondering going to court to get into business.
Township officials have rejected a plan to locate a medical marijuana dispensary in a former furniture store along Route 73 in Maple Shade.
It appears that South Jersey’s two state-approved medical marijuana licensees both plan to set up shop in Burlington County.
Now the winner in two court battles over his entry in the New Jersey state senate race, Lewis says he is ready to put all the court proceedings behind him and focus on the November election.