Ryan Venezia

About Ryan Venezia

I studied communications at Rider University, which left me with the decision to travel the country as part of an exotic bird and reptile show or work at Elauwit. It was a tough one, but I glad I’m here.

Man sentenced for Gloucester County armed robbery

Marq Peet, 20, of Washington Township pleaded guilty July 25 to first-degree armed robbery of a man outside the Landmark Americana Bar in Glassboro on Sept. 2, 2010.

Camden County opens rain gardens today

The Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority (CCMUA) will officially open the Waterfront South Rain Gardens today, July 26 at Broadway and Chelton Avenue in Camden.

Burlington Township 10 year-olds win baseball tournament

Congratulations to the Burlington Township 10 Year Old Baseball team for winning the 2011 Medford Killer “B” Baseball Tournament recently. The tournament was held July 15-17.

Join the Collingswood Manor Book Club

Join the Collingswood Manor Monthly Book Club, club is open to everyone.

Delran Council’s agenda for tonight’s meeting

See what’s on tonights council agenda.

Cinnaminson Rt. 130 redevelopment continues despite economic climate

Despite the worst economic downturn in a generation, township officials haven’t slowed down a bit from their crusade to rejuvenate their town’s three-mile stretch of Route 130.

Maple Shade police remind residents of their new phone number

August 2 marks the one-year anniversary of the Maple Shade police department being dispatched by Burlington County Central Communications. The department reminds residents to call the new number.

Family Game Night at the Maple Shade Library

Looking for something to do with your family tonight? The Maple Shade Library has got you covered.

Cinnaminson police investigating Wal-Mart arson

Cinnaminson police are investigating an arson fire, which took place at approximately 2 p.m. on Sunday at the Cinnaminson Wal-Mart.

Sentence for Gloucester County home invasions

Dequan Gilmore, 19 years-old, of Millville was sentenced July 22 to seven years in New Jersey state prison for his admitted participation in three armed home invasion robberies in Monroe and Winslow townships in February and March 2010.