NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Join Mayor Michelle Arnold and Borough Council in welcoming two new businesses to Palmyra….
Live, Love Donuts opened their doors on Tuesday to RAVE reviews! Those amazing aromas will draw you into their quant […Continue Reading]
Memorial Day Observance
The Borough’s Annual Memorial Day Observance will take place on Monday, May 29th beginning at 10:00 AM. The Observance will be […Continue Reading]
Forget the potholes in the road and celebrate the journey instead! UPDATE: Project Extended!
UPDATE FOR 5/19/2017: The project is now expected to take several weeks longer than anticipated and some roadways around Charles […Continue Reading]
Motivated, organized self-starter with a friendly, professional attitude?
Then we’re not interested. Just kidding — we so want you!! SCHEDULING COORDINATOR, Borough of Palmyra. The Borough is seeking […Continue Reading]
Palmyra Historical & Cultural Society and President Jim May win county awards!
The Burlington County History Recognition Program, sponsored by the Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders, has recognized the Palmyra Historical […Continue Reading]
Mosey on down to the Farmer’s Market! Yeehaw!!
Thursday evenings at the Band Shell beginning in June. Help kick-off the first ever Downtown Palmyra Farmer’s Market, Thursday evenings, […Continue Reading]
Coming soon – the Future of Palmyra’s Waterfront!
Check out these beautiful one-of-a-kind (well, two of a kind!) custom-designed and constructed fish bike racks! More like sculptures really […Continue Reading]
Peace Officers Memorial Day and Police Week
President John F. Kennedy declared the first Peace Officers Memorial Day on May 15, 1962, as a tribute to peace […Continue Reading]
Palmyra High School; a true “Hidden Gem”. See the EXTENDED VERSION of the video at the Community Center!
Come to the RED CARPET PREMIERE showing of Classroom Close-Up featuring Palmyra High School at the Palmyra Community Center on Wednesday, […Continue Reading]
PHS to honor hometown civil rights icon
Palmyra High School Library to be named after Clarence B. Jones, co-writer of the “I Have a Dream” speech. Palmyra […Continue Reading]