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Burlington County Times

Burlington County Times
Type Daily newspaper
Owner Calkins Media
Publisher Michael Scobey
Editor Patricia Walker
Founded 1958, as Levittown Times
Headquarters 4284 U.S. Route 130, Willingboro, New Jersey 08046
Circulation 33,424 Mon–Fri
37,253 Sun[1]
Official website phillyBurbs.com/BCT

The Burlington County Times is a daily newspaper located in Willingboro Township, New Jersey, U.S. The Times is owned by Calkins Media.

With offices in Willingboro, Medford and Mount Holly Township, New Jersey, the paper covers municipal, county and state-wide issues as well as local and professional sporting events.

Coverage

The paper publishes weekly special sections, including "What's Happening", a guide to local entertainment; "All About U", a women's news section; and "To Do", a broader entertainment guide with movie reviews and more.

The Times shares a Website,

History

The paper was founded in 1958 at the urging of builder William Levitt. S.W. Calkins, who already owned the Bucks County paper, started a Levittown Times in now Willingboro, New Jersey, with offices on U.S. Route 130. The paper is printed in Falls Township PA along with the Bucks County Courier Times and the Intelligencer.

The New Jersey operation was relocated to Willingboro and renamed the Burlington County Times.

Prices

The Times prices are: $0.75 Daily, $1.50 Sunday.

References

External links

  • Calkins Media history
  • Staff Directory
  • myBCTnow

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