Weekly Roundup: digital crime, Aladdin Jr, new councilwoman

Catch up on what happened this week in Medford.

Sun Editorial: New Jersey residents fear crime — digital crime

Ever get a phone call from the “IRS” stating the cops are coming for you if you don’t buy a few gift cards to pay off your “debt”? How about an email saying your bank account has been compromised? All you have to do is click a link and enter your personal information to clear everything up.

These are scams. And, according to a recent study, a lot of New Jersey residents are afraid of them.

The full editorial can be found here.

A whole new world — St. Mary of the Lakes School presents Aladdin Jr.

Noelle O’Hara, Lily Marinello, Gianna Giegerich, Grace Martin, Tyler Baird, Kayla Kalinowski, Erin Bailey and Beatrice Daverso are pictured at rehearsals for Aladdin Jr. premiering on April 5.

An adventure into a whole new world will take place at St. Mary of the Lakes School as students take the audience on a magic carpet ride for the “Aladdin Jr.” musical.

The musical premieres at the school on April 5 at 7 p.m., followed by performances on April 6 at 7 p.m. and April 7 at 2 p.m. at the school located at 196 Route 70 in Medford.

The full story can be found here.

Council welcomes new member and introduces 2019 budget

After interviewing three candidates, council selected Lauren Kochan, who was sworn in at the March 5 meeting.

Following the swearing-in of the new councilwoman, Watson reviewed the highlights of the introduced 2019 municipal budget totaling approximately $20,358,000, with no tax increase to the residents.

The full story can be found here.