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Burlington County Holds First Ever 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony

WESTAMPTON — Of the nearly 3,000 lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001, seven had strong Burlington County ties.

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Activists Fight Budget Cuts To Inmate Transitional pPrograms

Many wonder why NJ would hamper efforts that keep inmates from returning to prisons

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'A Tragedy For Our Country Now And Forever' BurlCo Commemorates 9/11

BURLINGTON COUNTY, NJ -- On the 19th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on America, Burlington County officials, first responders and residents came together Friday during a solemn 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony to pay their respects to the more than 3,000 victims who lost their lives. The 30-minute ceremony held outside the County Emergency Services Training Center was the first time the County hosted a memorial service on the anniversary date.

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Burlington County To Host 1st Countywide 9/11 Remebrance Ceremony

The county will host its first countywide ceremony on Friday to ensure the anniversary is recognized and to show unity in the community.

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N.J. Residents Can Register Online To Vote, Track Mail-In Ballots For November Election With New Website

New Jersey voters can now register to cast ballots in the November election and track mail-in ballots through a new website, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Tuesday.

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N.J. Has The Best Public Schools In The Nation — Again, Ranking Says

For the second year in a row, New Jersey took the top spot in a ranking of the nation’s public schools, earning high marks for student achievement and how much the state spends to fund its education system.

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New Jersey Tries To End Doctor-Shopping For Opioid Prescriptions

New Jersey is trying to end doctor-shopping for opioid prescriptions by streamlining prescribers' access to medical records, state officials said this week.

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Singleton's 'Food Truck Friday' Tour Provides 1,150 Meals To Families

MOORESTOWN, NJ -- Earlier this summer, Senator Troy Singleton rolled out his "Food Truck Fridays" program as part of his ongoing commitment to address food insecurity. In just the few months, 1,150 meals have been provided to children and families in need throughout Burlington County.

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NJ Lawmakers Say Uniformed Patrol Officers Must Wear Body Cameras

Uniformed patrol officers in New Jersey would be required to wear body cameras under a bill state lawmakers sent to Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday.

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Landmark Bill To Protect Poor Communities From Pollution Just Passed N.J. Legislature

New Jersey lawmakers have passed major new environmental protections for low-income communities.

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