Author: Jill P. Capuzzo

In 1959, Payton I. Flournoy Sr. was named the first Black police chief in Burlington County, and one of the first in the nation. At a recent Black Lives Matter rally—in a park named after him—his daughter shared part of his story.

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Volunteers who participated in last year's cleanups retrieved close to 500,000 items, including a car bumper, a toilet and a $6,000 diamond engagement ring.

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Stories of sacrifice, service and resilience.

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Recent tales of caring, sharing and innovation.

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10 Millennials to Watch

February 27, 2020

A new generation has begun to step up and embrace leadership roles in government, education, social activism and business.

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These rookie standouts bring variety and vivacity to a statewide scene that hits for power and average.

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Standouts at the Haddonfield bistro include chicken-liver mousse, skate wing meuniere and the entire dessert menu.

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The popular event draws up to 8,000 visitors annually.

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The Mount Laurel restaurant's specialty? Fresh shellfish served with sauces and sides.

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16 Small Towns We Love

August 27, 2019

A guided tour of some of our favorite spots to live around the Garden State.

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