Tuesday, January 15, 2013
New Morris Ave. bakery open for sweet business.
The brand new Morris Ave. dessert shop celebrated its recent opening with an official ribbon cutting this weekend. Prominent members of the business community joined local officials in welcoming Delightful Cake Kreation, owned by Springfield residents, to the town.
Friday, November 30, 2012
The street looks to be getting sweeter.
A new bakery, Cake Kreations, looks to be setting up shop on Morris Ave. in downtown Springfield. No word yet on how it will look inside, but the name and sign sure are enticing. Update: A Patch reader pointed us to the bakery's website, which has a lot of tantalizing information and pictures.
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Cameras installed on intersection of Morris and Maple Aves.
Motorists, take care. The days of rolling through red lights unnoticed are over. Springfield has installed and activated traffic safety cameras to record red light runners in all directions of the intersection of Morris and Maple Avenues, an intersection designated as dangerous by township and New Jersey Department of Transportation officials. A 30-day test period for the cameras went into effect on Wednesday, April 18. Until the testing period ends on May 17, red light cameras will record infractions, but will not issue summonses. Springfield officials have planned to accurately adjust the system to prevent incorrect citations. Summonses will be issued starting May 18. “We’ve identified several critical intersections where disregard of …
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
A new Patch column solicits reader ideas for filling vacant lots.
It's no secret that downtown Springfield has more than its share of empty storefronts. Patch wants to know what you think is the best way to fill them. We're starting with a Morris Ave. storefront whose former tenants didn't move far. 246 Morris Ave. was the home to Chinese food restaurant the Tomato Garden until the owners moved the shop across the road to 239 Morris Ave. The person answering the phone at the current Tomato Garden couldn't say when the restaurant moved but the storefront has been vacant since for at least two years. What do you think should go in now? Let us know in the comments. When we get enough answers, we'll put it to a vote in a poll.