MIDDLE TOWNSHIP ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT OF COACH FERACO

After 35 seasons coaching boys basketball, Middle Township coach Tom Feraco is stepping down. Rumors circulating after the season were confirmed Tuesday morning in a statement issued by Middle Township Superintendent of Schools, Dr. David Salvo. The statement thanked Feraco for his accomplishments and read in part, “There are few people in the coaching profession…

LOWER TOWNSHIP BEGINS WEEK-LONG FLUSHING PROGRAM

The Lower Township M.U.A. begins their annual hydrant-flushing program on Monday, lasting through Monday, April 25th. The flushing will be conducted throughout the township on a 24-hour schedule. Residents in the areas being flushed may experience a temporary discoloration in their water and should refrain from using water for drinking or washing clothes until the discoloration disappears.…

FOUR MAYORS OF THE WILDWOODS SPEAK AT ANNUAL CHAMBER LUNCHEON

All four mayors of the Wildwoods were on hand Wednesday and spoke at an annual luncheon, hosted by the Greater Wildwood Chamber of Commerce. About 90 members and their guests attended the annual Mayors Address Luncheon, held at Icona Resorts Rooftop Pavilion. North Wildwood Mayor Rosenello, Wildwood Mayor Troiano, Wildwood Crest Mayor Groon, and West…

NORTH WILDWOOD APPROVES STREET RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT

The North Wildwood City Council awarded a contract for street and utility reconstruction to continue a project that was first started back in 2014. The Wildwood Leader reports that the $13.6 million project will be funded mostly by the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust under the Department of Environmental Protection. The long-term plans for the project…