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Senior Expo set for May 21

The Burlington County Sheriff and Board of Chosen Freeholders are set to present the 15th annual Senior Expo.The expo features representatives from county departments and senior living agencies and

Arts festival to feature BRHS alumni actors

Theater Club to present Alumni Arts Festival on Friday, May15

Bottom Dollar Food officially closed

As of 2 p.m. Monday all Bottom Dollar locations were closed, reported the Burlington County Times.

Firehouse Gallery’s children’s book is Amazon favorite

Firehouse Gallery’s Eric Gibbons used Facebook to compile his Amazon hit children’s book “If Picasso Had a Christmas Tree.”

Township preparing second annual egg hunt

Bordentown's own Easter egg hunt is scheduled to be held April 4 in Northern Community Park.

Green Team to host organic farm talk

The Bordentown City Green Team is to sponsor a presentation at Honey Brook Organic Farm.Honey Brook farmers Jim Kinsel and Sherry Dudas are set to talk with Al Johnson of the Northeastern Organic Farm

Annual city yard sale provides chance to find hidden jems

On Saturday, June 1, and Sunday, June 2, driving through Bordentown City will be more like traveling via DeLorean back into the past. During these two days, the city will allow its residents to turn t

Township aims to go green

The Green Team, a subcommittee of the township’s environmental commission, has been working hard since its inception earlier this year to make Bordentown green and sustainably certifi

Fall Festival to benefit 1-year-old

The Women’s Society of the First Baptist Church of Bordentown will be raising funds, half of which will be donated to Madeline Struze.

BRHS students to host Flapjack Fundraiser at Applebee’s

Bordentown Regional High School's Future Business Leaders of America is set to host an all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast.The Flapjack Fundraiser is scheduled for 8 to 10 a.m. April12 at Applebee's,

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