There’ll be a service interruption on the AC-to-Philly train line from April 9 to June 22 so you’ll have to take the bus to Lindenwold while they do track work. Lynda Cohen has further details, professionally reported, here.
NJ.com has coverage of marches against gun violence around the state. I wonder where Jeff Van Drew was. What do I look like, a reporter?
Speaking of JVD, Hirsh Singh won the Atlantic County Republican club’s nomination to go against Van Drew in the race for Congress. In an interview with friendly media afterward he said something about “real America’s Conservative agenda” or something. I don’t know. They’re not attracting a lot of Churchills to the profession these days if you haven’t noticed.
Elsewhere in news from across your region:
Republicans endorse two candidates for township committee–EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Local Republicans selected and endorsed two candidates who will run for the Township Committee seats that will open at the end of the year. www.pressofatlanticcity.com
Your lawmakers used $660K of your money to tell you about themselves. Who spent the most?–Known as "franking," the funds go to such things as legislative updates, newsletters and notices about upcoming public events featuring the officeholder, leading critics to question the practice. www.nj.com
BETTER DATA, BETTER ACCESS, FEWER DISPARITIES AMONG NJ’S HEALTHCARE GOALS–A more modern Medicaid system, with benefits that reward preventative treatment and good outcomes, and better addresses the social determinants of health. www.njspotlight.com
Here’s where cops get arrested in N.J.–New Jersey has 550-plus police departments employing more than 33,000 officers. And while there are plenty of good cops in the state, others have been accused of violating the laws they have sworn to uphold. www.nj.com