MIDDLETOWN, NJ - Middletown Day will be held on Saturday, September 28 from noon to 6 at Croydon Hall rain or shine. It takes many volunteers to make the day a success. Individuals as well as civic, fraternal, community, and school organizations are welcome and encouraged to participate.
PHOTO: Ryan Doherty blocks a shot. Photos by Mpu Dinani/A-Game Photography.
Favorites earn spot in tomorrow’s Semi-Final competition at the DO AC Pro Beach Volleyball Invitational
Atlantic City, N.J. (Sept. 7, 2013) – Prime conditions for beach volleyball welcomed Day Two of the DO AC Pro Beach Volleyball Invitational and fourth stop of the AVP tour as some of the world’s best volleyball players graced the white sands to begin the first round of the Main Draw on the new volleyball courts, which were vacant just last year. Set against Atlantic City’s famous boardwalk and steel pier, fans began filling the sand, lining the Boardwalk and claiming the best seat in the stadium bleachers at an early hour.
26 cases are under investigation. D’Jais Bar and Grill in Belmar will be closed for the weekend
FREEHOLD, NJ – Earlier today, the Monmouth County Health Department confirmed one case of mumps in Monmouth County. Twenty-six cases are still under investigation.
“Lab results now positively confirm one case of mumps,” County public health coordinator Michael Meddis said. “Another 26 cases continue to be under investigation because the people involved have varying degrees of mumps-like symptoms that have not been confirmed or ruled out as mumps.”
With the exception of one pre-school aged child, all of the individuals are adults. The median age of the individuals under investigation is 27. Most of the individuals have either been patrons or employees of D’Jais Bar and Grill in Belmar.
“The staff and management and ownership of D’Jais have all been very cooperative and most helpful in advancing this investigation,” said Monmouth County Administrator Teri O’Connor. “Additionally, the Borough of Belmar continues to assist as we work our way through this public health issue.”
D’Jais has voluntarily closed its doors to patrons for the coming weekend. D’Jais has received and carried out cleaning and sanitizing recommendations from the Health Department.
PHOTO: AVP Atlantic City qualifiers Emily Day (tipping) Day and Summer Ross. Photos by Mpu Dinani/A-Game Photography
Atlantic City, N.J. – Day One of the DO AC Pro Beach Volleyball Invitational kicked off with the Qualifiers where locals and top beach volleyball players competed for a spot in tomorrow’s Main Draw. Under a clear blue sky, the action took place on the newly erected volleyball courts located next to the Showboat Atlantic City Hotel, which opened in October 2012 after a redevelopment partnership with the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA), the City of Atlantic City, the Atlantic City Alliance and Caesars Entertainment’s Showboat Atlantic City Hotel & Casino.
In the first match of the day, the Johnston sisters, Devon and Rachel (Moorestown, N.J.), faced the No. 1 seed Summer Ross (San Diego, Calif.) and Emily Day (Torrance, Calif.), where they fell in two sets 21-11, 21-13. Devon and Rachel, a former Amazing Race 17 contestant, both found themselves gain more confidence after playing together consistently over the past year.
New Jersey residents gather in Trenton to demand the passage of S1977, which would decriminalize marijuana and end 22,000 arrests per year.
We are Stronger than the Drug War, a rally to decriminalize marijuana, will take place in Trenton this Sunday, September 8th.
TRENTON, NJ - Don DeZarn and Sean O’Connor (Libertarian Candidates for the 14th Legislature), NORMLNJ and CMMNJ invite you to the kick-off event of their LEGALIZE FREEDOM TOUR!
Trenton, NJ – Don DeZarn, Sean O’Connor, NORMLNJ, CMMNJ, NJ Libertarian Party, the NJ Green Party and the Panic Hour will be rallying in Trenton on Sunday, September 8, 2013 from 3:00PM-5:00PM at 125 West State Street in front of the New Jersey Statehouse. WE ARE STRONGER THAN THE DRUG WAR RALLY will focus on garnering support for S1977 Decriminalization Bill, Improving the condition of the medical marijuana program in New Jersey, and ending the federal prohibition on marijuana.