Lisa Broadt, BurlCo Times

Lisa Broadt

BurlCo Times

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Lisa:

YMCA in Medford wants to provide all-day child care, assist families during Covid outbreak

YMCA of the Pines is seeking permission to turn summer camp buildings into K-8 child care during the Covid pandemic. → Read More

Covid: Burlington County officials urge caution after uptick in cases

County officials warn the uptick could turn into an outbreak ahead of many schools reopening next week. → Read More

Moorestown gym to shut down permanently; 120 employees laid off

Virtua Fitness Center said it was unable to weather the coronavirus shutdown. → Read More

Burlington County starting to use new titles for county leaders

The county's top officials started to use their new titles Friday. → Read More

Covid: Some NJ schools can go 100% remote; Willingboro plans 2 months of virtual only

Burlington County schools can start the year online-only and Willingboro plans to do so. → Read More

Isaias: Expect coastal, flash flooding, possible tornadoes in South Jersey, NWS says

The National Weather Service in Mount Holly is warning South Jersey to be alert for heavy rain and winds, flash flooding and tornadoes. → Read More

COVID: Burlington County teachers’ union urges local schools to stay closed

The Burlington County Education Association said in an open letter that reopening classrooms this fall, amid the coronavirus outbreak, would endanger → Read More

Burlington County to receive $10.1M for roads, bridges work

The New Jersey Department of Transportation money will fund Burlington County road projects in 2021. → Read More

Burlington County named emerging COVID ‘hot spot'; uptick in teenage cases

Burlington County health officials are urging county residents to remain vigilant as the county sees an uptick in COVID-19 infections. → Read More

2 people shot at Mount Laurel doctor’s office

A suspect was taken into custody at the Midatlantic Drive doctor’s office in Mount Laurel on Friday afternoon. → Read More

New Mount Laurel playground honors memory of young Holy Cross grad

Community members celebrated the grand opening of Jessie’s Playground in Mount Laurel on Saturday. → Read More

Burlington County to end use of ‘freeholder’ title

The change comes amidst criticism that New Jersey’s ‘freeholder’ title is racist. → Read More

Here’s where you can dine outside in Burlington County

Some restaurants will reopen Monday for outdoor dining. Here’s a list of the restaurants we know so far. → Read More

Coronavirus: New Jersey’s 100-day mark brings progress, additional deaths

Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday praised New Jersey’s progress in fighting the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Police seek info on shootings in Willingboro, Westampton

Police said they need the public’s help in finding out more about shootings in Willingboro and Westampton. → Read More

Murphy: ‘Unfathomable’ toll in NJ as deaths near 12,000 statewide

Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday expressed shock as the state’s coronavirus death toll nears 12,000 → Read More

NJ nursing homes report IDs problems, recommends reforms; state will allocate more than $10M to effort

“Dramatic reforms” are needed to protect nursing home residents vulnerable to the coronavirus, state officials acknowledged Wednesday. → Read More

NJ retail, outdoor dining to reopen June 15

Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday announced the state’s transition to “stage two.” → Read More

Coronavirus: NJ announces rental assistance program; eases camp, childcare and youth sports restrictions

Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday announced the changes come with a number of social-distancing restrictions. → Read More

Coronavirus: New Jersey youth sports, childcare, summer camps to resume

Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday announced the changes come with a number of social-distancing restrictions. → Read More