As we all work to deal with COVID-19, our county and municipalities are forced to continue their essential operations while protecting government employees and facing the additional costs brought on by the pandemic.
- Indictments Filed Feb. 23
- Pot’s Legal; Towns Weigh Options
- Fight Call Leads to Gun, Drug Charges
- Lower Township Police Department Activity Report, Adult Arrests Feb. 1-7, 2021
- County Loses 2 to Covid; 40 New Cases Reported
- Lower Woman Dies from Covid; 44 New Cases Reported
- County Loses 2 to Covid; 36 New Cases Reported
- NJ Lottery to Suspend Ticket Purchasing Feb. 26 for System Upgrade
- Enhanced SNAP Benefits to Continue in March
- County Reports 23 New Covid Cases
- Middle Township - So all these kids are playing team sports like basketball for school but they sure aren't wearing masks. Goes to show you parents don't care about this pandemic and mask wearing!!!
- Seaville - I Wish That People in the Media Would Stop Talking About Donald Trump. It's Over. Move On. Nothing To See.
- Villas - Logorrhea is the name for the mental illness causing excessive talking, seriously. Look it up. It also can be caused by a blow to the head. What is really scary is the amount of people who actually...
- Avalon - It's probably a good idea to vaccinate the smokers. After all, they have to take off their masks to smoke. We know this.
- Wildwood - I would like to thank Dan Mulraney, The director of fare free transportation, and Commissioner Marie Hayes, for making it possible for us veterans to be transported to VA hospitals in Wilmington,...