As the holidays approach, Vineland brings back a well-lit tradition

    Vineland city officials will announce Tuesday the five winners of the resurrected Residential Holiday Lighting Contest.

    While Pitman approaches the holidays with a controversial banner hanging over its head, Vineland is keeping things . . . light(ed).

    The Daily Journal reports 25 people entered contest, which had been defunct since the ’90s. Mayor Robert Romano, Council President Pete Coccaro and Harry Maloney spent two nights this week viewing the contestants to determine who will win the grand prize of $500.


    Feed the Feed: Does your town or neighborhood have any fun holiday traditions?

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