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Burlington County Recycling schedules for Christmas and New Years
Burlington County announced that because of the Christmas Day and New Year’s Day holidays, the recycling collection schedule will be changed during the last week in December and the first week in January. Regular recycling collection will resume beginning Monday, Jan. 7, 2019. The recycling schedule
Code Blue In Burlington County Tuesday Night
With temperatures in the low 20s in the forecast, Burlington County will be under a Code Blue alert Tuesday night. The Burlington County Health Department, in concurrence with the County Office of Emergency Management, has declared a Code Blue Weather Emergency to be in effect from 7 p.m. on Tuesday
Winterfest/Candlelight Shopping: South Jersey Christmas Events
Here's a look at some upcoming events, courtesy our friends at Visit South Jersey:. Enjoy the splendor of Christmas past with a guided holiday tour of Historic Smithville Mansion, lavishly decorated in the grand Victorian style! Daily tours run at 1 PM, 2 PM, and 3 PM. Special Candlelight Tours will
NJ Transit should say when A.C. line will return | Editorial
The first rule of communications club is, communicate. The second rule of communications club is ... . So, if NJ Transit, by fiat of Gov. Phil Murphy and some fresh leadership, is under strict orders to improve how it communicates with passengers, why did the word "unclear" appear so frequently last
Registration open for Rowan College at Burlington County’s spring personal and professional development courses
Registration is now open for Rowan College at Burlington County’s (RCBC) spring 2019 personal and professional development courses and career certificates. According to college officials, RCBC is offering non-credit courses and certificates to help the community explore their interests, advance in t
Still time to attend one of Burlington County’s annual free flu clinics
Clinics are scheduled through January and will be held at locations all throughout the county. The Burlington County Health Department continues to host a series of clinics this year to provide free flu vaccines to county residents.
New Jersey police may arrest drivers who have yet to return $188K that spilled out of truck onto highway
New Jersey police may arrest drivers who have yet to return $188K that spilled out of truck onto highway originally appeared on abcnews.go.com. It was the best of the Christmas spirit, and it was the worst of the Christmas spirit.
Flyers fire Hakstol; Gordon to be interim coach
The Philadelphia Flyers have fired coach Dave Hakstol, the team announced Monday. Scott Gordon, the coach of the Flyers' AHL affiliate, will serve as interim head coach. Gordon has NHL head-coaching experience with the New York Islanders (2008-10).
Code Blue issued for Cherry Hill Tuesday night
Cherry Hill and the rest of Camden County will be under a Code Blue alert with cold weather in the forecast overnight. The Camden County Health Officer issued the Code Blue for 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 18, through 7 a.m. Wednesday morning, Dec. 19.
Even after Positive Train Control fix, return date of AC Line still hard to pin down
LINDENWOLD, N.J. (KYW Newsradio) — New Jersey Transit beat the deadline to install Positive Train Control by the end of the year, but what does that mean for the Atlantic City Line, which has been on the shelf since September?
Philadelphia fires head coach Dave Hakstol 31 games into season
Philadelphia fires head coach Dave Hakstol 31 games into season originally appeared on nbcsportswashington.com. The Philadelphia Flyers have fired coach Dave Hakstol after losing four in a row and 11 of their last 14 games and named Scott Gordon as the interim replacement.
Voorhees Superintendent saying goodbye to district
Raymond Brosel is retiring after 41 years with the Voorhees Township Public School District. In 1977, the country and world were much different places. President Jimmy Carter had taken office in the beginning of the year, succeeding Gerald Ford. The Oakland Raiders had won their franchise’s first Su
Woman dies in Bronx from illegal butt injection, deemed homicide
A 48-year-old woman died in the Bronx from an illegal buttocks injection — and her death has been deemed a homicide, officials said Tuesday. Leslie Ayala visited the city from Philadelphia for the risky procedure. She went into cardiac arrest at the home of a friend she was staying with on Seward Av
Video Shows Rams’ Marcus Peters Going Into Stands To Confront Heckler
Marcus Peters lost his cool Sunday night. The Los Angeles Rams cornerback went into the stands at Lincoln Financial Field to confront a heckler during his team’s 30-23 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. And, unsurprisingly, a portion the scene was captured on video.
Free Meter Parking In Camden Until Jan. 2
CAMDEN, N.J. (CBS) – Metered parking in Camden is free beginning Monday Dec. 17. Every year around the holidays the parking authority offers free parking as a way to encourage shopping in the city.
Dates Set For Red Cross Blood Drive In Cherry Hill
CHERRY HILL, NJ - A pair of American Red Cross Blood Drives will be held in Cherry Hill during a period when donations typically drop. The blood drives will take place on the following dates at the listed locations:
10 Kilograms Of Heroin Seized In South Jersey Drug Bust: Cops
LOGAN TOWNSHIP, NJ - Authorities recently made a significant dent in its battle against narcotics addiction in Gloucester County, where there were 130 overdose deaths in 2018, by taking 10 kilograms of heroin off the streets, the prosecutor's office announced.
Flyers to fire Dave Hakstol, reports say
The Flyers gave it the good old college try. General manager Chuck Fletcher is firing Dave Hakstol and hiring Joel Quenneville as the team's next head coach, according to a report Sunday by Dave Isaac of the Courier Post. It comes just three weeks after the team relieved Hextall of his duties and re
Haddonfield Police Are Getting A New K-9; Help Name It
HADDONFIELD, NJ - The Haddonfield Police Department is acquiring a K-9 cop and the public will get to name it. The police department will acquire a bloodhound, Haddonfield Mayor Neal Rochford and Haddonfield Police Chief Jason Cutler announced.
After Eagles shock Rams, Sean McVay face becomes a meme
The Philadelphia Eagles are still alive after their unexpected 30-23 victory over the L.A. Rams on "Sunday Night Football." There were plenty of memorable moments from a game oddsmakers expected to be a blowout — how about Alshon Jeffery and Nelson Agholor both getting ridiculously wide open on a Ni