12 hrs ago
Arter leaves Burlco freeholder board
Leah Arter, named Burlington County's freeholder director in January, has resigned to take an administrative post at Burlington County College.
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Poll: What Are Your Thoughts on Outsourcing Trash Collection?
Moorestown residents have the opportunity to meet the private contractor the township hired to collect the township's trash, the Burlington County Times reports.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Moorestown to Receive $750 Sustainability Grant
Moorestown will receive a $750 Sustainable Jersey Capacity-Building grant, Sustainable Jersey announced Wednesday afternoon.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Moorestown Council Republicans Throw Support Behind Tom MacArthur
The Republican members of Moorestown Township Council officially endorsed Tom MacArthur for the Third Congressional District seat on Monday.
Remember When: Lakes were perfect for skating
Today, a woman shares memories of winter fun in Haddonfield and Moorestown. Winter was fun when I was a kid.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Making Sense of the 2014-15 School Budget
Written by Moorestown Board of Education Member Brandon Pugh There has been both confusion and concern surrounding the 2014-15 Moorestown Township Public Schools budget, along with inaccurate information.
Atlantic County man charged in January Moorestown robbery
Thomas Carrelli, 41, of Mays Landing, is accused breaking into a West Maple Avenue home and robbing the resident Jan. 14, Moorestown police said.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Meet Joe Olivo, GOP poster child for everything
Bloomberg News this week offered the state of Washington as a powerful rebuttal to those who claim hiking the minimum wage would kill jobs.
Healthcare head scratching?
If you still have questions about the changes, known as Obamacare, with mere weeks before its March 31 registration deadline, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey has answers.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Moorestown Police Seek Suspect Who Damaged APEX Fitness Window
Moorestown Police are searching for a suspect who damaged the front window of APEX Ftiness on Main Street on Monday.
Moorestown School of Music Celebrates Student's Graduation
Moorestown School of Music is proud to announce the Cello Book 2 Graduation of Ryan Hughes, age 11. Ryan is a student of Kathi Stokes, Suzuki cello teacher.
Holman donates $25,000 to Perkins Center for the Arts
Holman Automotive Group has donated $25,000 to Perkins Center for the Arts. The grant will be used for arts education programs, facility improvements, art supplies, utility expenses and operational costs at the center's sites in Moorestown and Collingswood.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
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Firebirds will warm you on a cold night
Firebirds Wood Fired Grill couldn't have picked a better time to open a restaurant that resembles a Colorado ski lodge at the Jersey Shore.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Moorestown Council Debates Spending More on Holiday Decorations
Moorestown Council is debating whether the township should spend more money on Christmas decorations, the Burlington County Times reports.
Historical Society Brings a Piece of the Civil War to Moorestown High School
The Historical Society of Moorestown brought a piece of the Civil War to the high school on Friday.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Lutheran Care at Moorestown Changes Name
Lutheran Care at Moorestown, the Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey's facility, has changed its name.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Moorestown Schools Closed on Monday
All Moorestown schools will be closed on Monday due to inclement weather, the district announced on its website Sunday night.
PORTFOLIO: James M. D'Onofrio Jr., Roy Fazio of Medford and more
Under the direction of Samaritan President/CEO Mary Ann Boccolini, D'Onofrio will plan and execute strategic tactics, new business development projects and educational initiatives to solidify new market-based relationships and further the organization's mission.