The following Marlton students have earned the following honors at the following institutions.
The following Marlton residents have earned the following degrees from the following institutions.
Delanco Camp, 191 Powell Place Road, will host its second annual Bluegrass Festival on Sunday, June 22 from 2 until 7:30 p.m. Come out for a fun afternoon filled with traditional bluegrass music and fun activities such as volleyball, horseshoes, canoe rides and a hayride. Parking is free and there will be food available for purchase.
NationalHR, a full service provider of data driven employee benefits consulting and human resources solutions in Marlton is pleased to welcome Jacquelyn E. Oblinger.
Lee Sheilds, certified public accountant and partner at Friedman LLP in Marlton, has been elected to serve on the Board of Trustees of Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice.
This weekend of June 7-8, the Helping Hands will perform a clean up and repair event in Tabernacle at a home damaged by fire in January.
As the school year winds down, schools often take time to honor their students for their achievements on the athletic fields or in the classroom. The Seneca High School Renaissance Club took the evening of May 29 to recognize students for what they do when the grade books are put away and they think no one is watching.
Freeholder Director Bruce Garganio announced that Burlington County launched a redesigned and enhanced website that will significantly improve resident engagement and transparency.
The Marlton 10U Cardinals won their first tournament of the season on Memorial Day weekend.
E.T.P.D. is searching for two armed robbery suspects who assaulted and held up a 7-Eleven store clerk at gunpoint, and then stole cigarettes and money.