ZONING CHANGES PROPOSED FOR MIDDLE TOWNSHIP

The Middle Township Committee proposed zoning changes at their meeting on Wednesday. According to The Press of Atlantic City, the proposed ordinances would triple the size of rural building lots and allow for more commercial development along portions of Route 9. The changes were introduced without public comment. Middle Township has scheduled a public hearing…

TUITION GOES UP AT STOCKTON COLLEGE

The Press of Atlantic City reports that tuition fees are going up at Stockton College. The Board of Trustees voted to approve a five-percent increase for tuition and fees. It will now cost $3,858 per semester for in-state undergraduate students to attend Stockton. The report says the tuition increase was necessary, due to changes in…

TRENTON DEVILS SHUTTING DOWN OPERATIONS

The Trenton Devils are not coming back next season. The team announced that it is shutting down its operations beginning with this upcoming season. The Trenton Devils played five games at Boardwalk Hall this year as a way to bring more fans to the team. The Devils finishing in last place for attendance among all…

CUMBERLAND HEALTH DEPARTMENT TO RUN STD PREVENTION CLINIC

The Cumberland County Health Department has a program that prevents and reduces the effects of STDs in Cumberland County through prevention, education, screening, treatment and surveillance. The clinic is free and provides confidential testing and treatment for STDs such as gonorrhea, syphilis and chlamydia. HIV/AIDS counseling and testing is also available. During the STD clinics,…