Burlington County Times
|Publisher||Mike Jameson |
|Founded||1958, as Levittown Times|
|Headquarters||4284 U.S. Route 130, Willingboro, New Jersey 08046|
The paper publishes weekly special sections, including "To Do", a guide to local entertainment, and "Spot" a weekly guide to things to see and do in Marlton, New Jersey, Medford, New Jersey, Medford Lakes, New Jersey, Moorestown, New Jersey, Mount Laurel, New Jersey, Riverton, New Jersey, and Southampton, New Jersey.
In September 2013 the Burlington County Times launched its own section of the site, burlingtoncountytimes.com, which features daily news stories, editorial content, obituaries, photographs, videos, and a community calendar. The Burlington County Times also has a suite of mobile apps for iOS, Android and Kindle Fire.
The paper was founded in 1958 by S.W. Calkins, who already owned the Bucks County Courier Times in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and The Herald-Standard in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. At the urging of builder William Levitt, Calkins began the Levittown Times in now Willingboro, New Jersey, with offices and a printing facility on U.S. Route 130. In 2008, print operations were shifted to a new facility in Falls Township, Pennsylvania along with the Bucks County Courier Times and The Intelligencer. In 2017, Calkins Media was acquired by GateHouse Media.
The New Jersey operation was relocated to Willingboro and renamed the Burlington County Times.
The Burlington County Times prices are: $2 Daily, $3 Sunday.