CAMDEN >> Kennedy Ganti, MD, FAAFP, FHELA, a primary care physician at Cooper University Health Care and assistant professor of medicine at Cooper Medical School at Rowan University, was recently appointed as the 229th president of the Medical Society of New Jersey (MSNJ). Dr. Ganti, w…
MOUNT HOLLY >> Burlington County’s diverse and rich history was showcased again with this year’s History Recognition Award recipients.
WESTAMPTON >> A spring donation drive organized by the Burlington County Commissioners and State Senators Dawn Marie Addiego and Troy Singleton for Catholic Charities Providence House Domestic Violence Services was declared a huge success with more than 1,000 items collected for the no…
EVESHAM >> Cherokee High School senior Reese Taylor as “Senior Student Spotlight” winner for the month of May by New Jersey State Assemblyman Ryan Peters.
MEDFORD >> Lenape High School sophomore Spoorthy Reddy’s original poem “The Blue Bird “ has been selected as the third-place submission of the annual Walt Whitman Poetry Contest.
MEDFORD >> Capehart Scatchard in celebration of Pride Month in June, the Diversity and Inclusion Committee at the firm, in conjunction with the Burlington Country Bar Association and Medford Pride on Main, helped install a pride garden at the Medford Arts Center here.
WESTAMPTON >> The Burlington County Animal Shelter has a record of success in finding forever homes for the animals they love and care for, but it is not every day that one of their rescues also lands a job as a bona fide crime-fighter.
MEDFORD >> The Lenape High School U.S. Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) program recently competed in the 2d Brigade, U.S. Army Cadet Command JROTC Academic Bowl.
WESTAMPTON >> Children 12 to 15 years old are now eligible to receive Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, and the Burlington County Health Department wants parents to be aware of the easy methods to make vaccine appointments.
MOUNT LAUREL >> The Burlington County Commissioners announced the ratification of a new agreement expanding a Rowan College at Burlington County program that allows select students from the Burlington County Alternative School to dual-enroll and take college courses for free.
EVESHAM >> Virtua Health, South Jersey’s largest health system, has created an evaluation, recovery, and care coordination program for people experiencing lingering symptoms of COVID-19. Called “Care After COVID,” this cross-specialty service will address the various health challenges …
EVESHAM >> The Cherokee High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Chapter, advised by teacher Shellie Hughes, had a successful year with 35 out of 56 members qualifying for the South Jersey regional event to represent Cherokee in the state competition in March.
MOUNT LAUREL >> Around the same time many 16-year-olds were still navigating the high school terrain, Rowan College at Burlington County student Kaya Kraft was in the process of graduating.
MOUNT HOLLY >> The Burlington County Board of Commissioners will celebrate National Park Week (April 17-25) by encouraging residents to get outdoors and visit a county park.
MEDFORD >> Two team members will represent ShopRite of Medford on special edition Cheerios boxes that call attention to the struggle of being food-insecure, while also thanking people who have worked to make a difference.
PHILADELPHIA >> Dunkin' and its greater Philadelphia-area franchisees have announced the launch of its 12th annual Dunkin' Philadelphia Regional Scholarship Program, which will award $50,000 in scholarships to area high school and college students.
GLASSBORO >> The Community Music School (CMS) at Rowan University is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Barnegat, NJ-based Zzak G. Applaud Our Kids Foundation which will provide scholarships for students who have not had access to music education.
TABERNACLE >> Five Seneca High School students studying Russian earned awards in the national Olympiada of Spoken Russian competition March 23.
VOORHEES >> Small, cramped outdoor cages, unsanitary conditions, usually it is a story about hoarding cats or dogs, but bunnies? Last month dozens of rabbits and bunnies were rescued from a hoarding situation in Lancaster County.
EVESHAM >> Cherokee High School senior Katrina Le has been selected a “Senior Student Spotlight” winner for the month of March by New Jersey Assemblywoman Jean Stanfield.
PORT REPUBLIC >> The anchor from a ship that sank more than 240 years ago at the Battle of Chestnut Neck has been restored and is on display at the Marine Field Station at Stockton University.
MOUNT LAUREL >> Although Myles Lawhown has only worked at Rowan College at Burlington County for about two years, he’s already made quite an impact as Manager of Student Accounts. And, when considering the level of care and attention he devotes to each student and project, the title of…
GALLOWAY >> It’s not often that a boat sinking is good news. But recently three boats were intentionally sunk off the Jersey shore to create an artificial reef and fish habitat at the Little Egg Reef, and a research project for Stockton University.
BROWNS MILLS >> Deborah Specialty Physicians has announced the appointment of Navinder Jassil, MD, of Mount Laurel, as Director of Endocrinology and Diabetes Services, focusing on diabetes management and endocrinology care.
EVESHAM >> Cherokee High School Russian language students participated in the virtual Delaware Valley Olympiada, hosted by Temple University, March 23.
MOUNT HOLLY >> Burlington County plans to distribute more than 600 kits of naloxone overdose antidote to individuals and families as part of continuing efforts to combat the opioid and substance use disorder epidemic.
WESTAMPTON >> Burlington County is forming an Overdose Fatality Review Team as part of its continuing efforts to combat the substance use disorder epidemic.
The faces of 41 extraordinary frontline heroes now surround Citizens Bank Park and will soon be celebrated by the Phillies and their fans, along with Toyota, on Opening Day this week.
WOODLAND TWP. >> New Jersey’s Pine Barrens aren’t barren at all! To the contrary, they’re filled with interesting native plants, some found nowhere else in the world.
WESTAMPTON >> Reuniting a lost pet with their owners is always a happy occasion at the Burlington County Animal Shelter.
MEDFORD >> Shawnee High School’s Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), Future Educators of America (FEA), and Child Development classes hosted its first virtual “Read Across America” March 18-19.
MEDFORD >> St. Mary of the Lakes Knights of Columbus Council 6520 will host its 14th annual charity golf tournament on Monday, June 14 at Medford Lakes Country Club. Net proceeds benefit Medford’s Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Family Promise of Burlington County, and 1st Way of Burli…
MOUNT HOLLY >> Burlington County Commissioner Director Felicia Hopson will be joined by four standout women leaders for a virtual town hall next week on County government and the County’s COVID-19 response and economic development push.
MOUNT LAUREL >> Although the familiar law enforcement motto “To protect and to serve” applies to all citizens, when it comes to those with intellectual disabilities, it bears special significance. Working with people with intellectual conditions presents a unique set of challenges, and…
FOLSOM >> SJI's Veterans Engagement Team (VETS) helped collect nearly 3,800 pounds of food for the Red Cross Service to Armed Forces program.
CAMDEN >> On March 18, Lieutenant General R. Scott Dingle, The U.S. Army Surgeon General and Commanding General, U.S. Army Medical Command, visited Cooper University Health Care to meet with hospital leadership and current Army personnel embedded at Cooper as part of Army Medical Depar…
WESTAMPTON >> Burlington County will continue to distribute free food to county households this weekend with help from members of the Burlington County Women’s Advisory Council and New Jersey Senators Troy Singleton and Dawn Marie Addiego.
EVESHAM >> After a year spent mostly at home with limited in-person social interaction, a visit to a bustling, unfamiliar vaccine clinic can be a bit overwhelming, especially for those with special needs. In response, organizers of the Burlington County COVID-19 Vaccine Mega-Site creat…
March is National Nutrition Month® and ShopRite’s retail dietitians are embracing the annual event’s 2021 theme, “Personalize Your Plate,” by offering shoppers a range of customized, online services that promote healthy eating choices.