RIPPAC gala honors leaders, raises $100K for scholarships, programming

Political and civic leaders joined together for the first-ever gala fundraiser presented by the Rowan Institute for Public Policy & Citizenship (RIPPAC). And while the event paid tribute to four distinguished leaders in politics and industry, the biggest winners were Rowan University students.

Altogether, the gala raised more than $100,000 for intern scholarships and civic ...

Fountain of Life Church Fire: Pastor, Community Reacts to Heartbreaking Tragedy

March 22, 2023

FLORENCE, NJ — The Pastor of Fountain of Life Center in Florence, which was destroyed by an 8-alarm fire on Monday night, said that his community is "devastated, but not defeated" and vowed to come together for worship this Sunday. 

In a video posted to the Church's Facebook page on Tuesday evening, Pastor Russell Hodgins thanked first responders, ...

County Commissioners Honor State, Local Leaders for Women's History Month

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ — In honor of Women’s History Month, the Burlington County Commissioners recognized the exemplary service of three outstanding leaders who are making a difference in our state and local communities.

The Board honored New Jersey Department of Human Services Commissioner Sara Adelman, Burlington Township Councilwoman Joyce Paul and Caisse Gore, a Moorestown ...

Upcoming Events


Sat, March 25
09:00 AM — 05:00 PM

Lowes Home Improvement - Near the Garden Center, Lumberton

Last Chance For Girl Scout Cookies


Sat, March 25
01:00 PM — 01:00 PM

Laurel House, Mount Laurel

Greek Independence Day Celebration

Winter Weather Coming to NJ Monday Night Through Tuesday

March 13, 2023

TRENTON, NJ – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials warned residents that winter weather will be moving through the state on Monday evening through Tuesday because of a forecasted coastal storm. 

The US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly predicts that areas along I-95 & South will see mainly rain; along the I-78 Corridor there ...

Does NJ have a “Disabled Community”?

Roughly one out of four people in New Jersey have some kind of disability, comprising what is arguably our state’s most diverse demographic. Anyone can be born with or at some point acquire a disability, regardless of class, race, ethnicity or any other identity. 

But, is disability itself an identity? 

There is no consensus on this question among the two-million strong New ...

Lenape H.S. Baseball Fully Focused on Success in 2023 Season

March 23, 2023

MEDFORD, NJ — As they have been many, many times in the past, the Lenape High School baseball program is looking to be championship caliber in 2023.

They will no doubt face a powerful schedule. But, the Indians could very well be a powerhouse at the plate, in the field and on the mound.

The Indians are scheduled to travel to face Rancocas Valley on April 6 then on April 8 they ...

Gov. Phil Murphy Proposes Record $53.1 Billion Budget for Fiscal Year 2024

February 28, 2023

TRENTON, NJ — Gov. Phil Murphy says his $53.1 billion proposed budget is all about the future of New Jersey and its residents.

"It is a budget designed with a singular purpose, to continue building the Next New Jersey," Murphy said Tuesday in Trenton.

Murphy says the budget offers real solutions for New Jerseyans who have been struggling for the past few ...

Girls on the Run Moorestown Registration NOW OPEN

March 23, 2023

Girls in 3rd through 5th grade are invited to join this transformative afterschool program at Memorial Field that uses physical activity to inspire and motivate girls, encourage lifelong health and fitness, and build confidence. Practices begin the week of April 3 and there is still time to join!

Teams meet twice weekly for 10 weeks with trained, volunteer coaches who provide engaging lessons ...

Lenape Regional High School District Releases Budget Information

Shamong, New Jersey – In preparation for submission to the New Jersey Department of Education, the Superintendent’s office is sharing preliminary budget findings.

The total 2023-2024 General Fund Operating Budget is $174,094,301 less the withdrawal from Capital Reserve of $7,785,000 for capital outlay projects nets the General Fund Budget to $166,309,301, which represents a 1.96% ...

Mount Laurel's Free Rabies Clinic Set for Thursday

March 20, 2023

MOUNT LAUREL, NJ — Mount Laurel Township will be hosting a free rabies clinic for residents' pets this week.

The clinic will be taking place on Thursday, March 23 from 3PM to 6PM at the Public Works Garage, located at 100 Mount Laurel Road. 

In addition to obtaining rabies vaccines for their pets, residents will also be able to get licenses for their dogs and cats ...

TAPinto Launches Local News and Digital Marketing Platform in Hanover Township, New Jersey

HANOVER TOWNSHIP, NJ — There's more local news for Morris County residents, with the launch of TAPinto Hanover Township.

Laura Ali is the owner and publisher of the new TAPinto local news and digital marketing platform, which started providing local news to the community in February. It is the 10th TAPinto site in Morris County.

Ali said local leaders reached out to her, saying ...

Local Officials Sold Residents Down the River on Cannabis Decisions

March 7, 2023

I recently read your (TAPinto) article on cannabis retailers in Mount Laurel.  The vast majority Mount Laurel residents are unaware that the local government is approving marijuana dispensaries in our town.  It's concerning because our town is heavily family centric, and many of the towns activities are youth based.  

The sites that you listed in your article are in ...