Dennis Township to Improve Chestnut Street Recreation Complex

Dennis Township may move forward with plans to improve the Chestnut Street Recreation Complex.  Mayor Zeth Matlucci announced on the Township’s social media page that bids were opened this week and improvements are expected to include a new building, playground, field lighting, and ADA-compliant bleachers. The post Dennis Township to Improve Chestnut Street Recreation Complex…

Report: Monkeypox Case Confirmed in Vineland

Monkeypox has made its way to our area.  The Press of Atlantic City reports that a confirmed monkeypox case exists in Vineland.  New Jersey has experienced fewer than 300 cases state wide to date. The post Report: Monkeypox Case Confirmed in Vineland appeared first on Regional Media News.

Sea Isle Mayor Doubles Down on Juvenile Crime Issues

Sea Isle City Mayor Len Desiderio says he’s not giving up his fight to change some of the juvenile justice laws in the State that have handcuffed local cops from preventing juvenile crimes.  Desiderio says his administration will look into potential litigation that would fix some of the problems and report back to him by…

Cumberland County Man Charged with Child Pornography

44 year old Nicholas Brozina of Stow Creek Township has been charged with child pornography offenses after he allegedly inappropriately photographed a child without her knowledge.  Brozina worked at the Salem County Special Services School District.  He was busted earlier this week. The post Cumberland County Man Charged with Child Pornography appeared first on Regional…

New Jersey Officially Placed Under Drought Watch

It’s official, New Jersey is under a Drought Watch.  State officials announced Tuesday that voluntary water conservation measures are requested statewide.  The Watch is the earliest state of New Jersey’s three-stage drought advisory system.  Stream flow and ground water levels are below normal due to a lack of rainfall. The post New Jersey Officially Placed…

Report: Yes, a Liquor License Did Change Hands in Cape May

No re-vote needed, a liquor license was actually transferred this week with only two votes.  The Press of Atlantic City reports officials reviewed the regulations regarding liquor license votes, and two votes was enough to move the license.  The mayor abstained, and one council member was not present at the meeting.  Alcohol sales will be…