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GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — The extended family of a man who lost his legs in the Boston Marathon bombing wants to hold a fundraiser to pay for his expenses and thank everyone who has kept him in their thoughts and prayers.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP - Local officials are looking to make long-overdue repairs to the county's largest and oldest dam this summer, enabling the water levels to be more easily controlled.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - When Atlantic County replaces a long-closed bridge this summer, the project will be helped along by a decision several years ago to buy and set aside property that would be turned into wetlands.
By DEREK HARPER
Follow your passion. Live your life. And think about sleeping on the floor. Speakers at the 2013 commencement of the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey encouraged students to boldly venture into the next chapter of their life.
ATLANTIC CITY - About 50 people clustered around a long U-shaped table and at other nearby tables a little before 1 p.m. Saturday, soundlessly hanging on Marc Forgione's every word.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — An affordable housing project may soon take over a large Black Horse Pike hotel that has seen damage from Hurricane Sandy, sharply increased taxes and low occupancy rates.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - An affordable housing project may soon take over a large Black Horse Pike hotel that has seen damage from Hurricane Sandy, sharply increased taxes and low occupancy rates.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Township Committee unanimously approved its $36.5 million budget at its Wednesday meeting, a $1.8 million increase from 2012 that will cost the typical taxpayer about 3 percent more in local taxes.
SOMERS POINT — About two weeks after an emergency beacon first signaled David C. McAuliffe’s boat was in distress, family and friends gathered Tuesday to tearfully pay their final respects to the 34-year-old captain who died at sea.
Mourners attended the first of two viewings for Capt. David C. McAuliffe at George H. Wimberg Funeral Home in Linwood on Monday evening.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - A local medicinal marijuana facility expects to open for business Sept. 9, a state official said Monday, saving area residents from a drive to Essex County.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP - Township Committee wants the state Department of Transportation to review a dangerous road in hopes that something can be done.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — After two hours of yelling, hastily scribbled answers and prizes, it came down to this: six high school freshmen standing onstage, desperately trying to drop Mentos off their forehead and into open bottles of Diet Coke that their teachers had carefully placed in the middle of blue tarps.
The family of the Sea Tow captain lost at sea last week will hold a funeral for him Tuesday morning, according to his obituary.
Capt. David C. McAuliffe could have potentially survived the sinking of his Sea Tow rescue vessel last week if he had been wearing protective equipment, marine safety experts said.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Lynsey McAuliffe said she will always cherish the brief time she and her husband, David C. McAuliffe, spent together, now that she knows he can never come home to her again.
Badly damaged propellers on the Cape Hatteras may help explain why the boat sank so quickly, the wife of its missing captain and others said Tuesday.
Today's deadline for applying for federal assistance in the wake of Hurricane Sandy has created a spike in last-minute interest.
LONGPORT - Salvage crews raised the sunken Cape Hatteras out of the water on Monday afternoon and placed it on a barge in the Intracoastal Waterway, allowing Coast Guard investigators to start their probe into why the boat sank so quickly last Tuesday.
With the vessel now located, State Police and the Coast Guard plan to jointly investigate what caused a boat commanded by David C. McAuliffe, a locally experienced captain, to sink near the Great Egg Harbor Inlet.
Great Egg Harbor Inlet, where missing ship captain David C. McAuliffe’s emergency beacon signaled his distress Tuesday morning, was already a shifting and dangerous waterway in storms, a situation that local captains said Hurricane Sandy only worsened.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — The family of David C. McAuliffe, who is feared lost at sea, desperately begged potential rescuers to not give up on him, saying a favor must be repaid to a man who has saved countless lives on the region’s waters.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — The Margate Causeway billboard will remain turned off for now, following a hearing Monday in front of Atlantic County Superior Court Judge Raymond Batten.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - For Marybeth Bennett, her expensive prosecution for illegal bird-rescuing first got her interested in politics, but it was her growing tax burden that got her to run for state Senate.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — Township officials hope their $1,800 mistake will help lead to clearing up New Jersey’s ambiguous laws regarding when a municipality can sell a car after it has been towed and impounded.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP – Three people were injured Saturday afternoon on the White Horse Pike after a car crashed into the back of another car that had stopped to turn, township police said.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Police briefly closed the road to Atlantic City International Airport on Friday morning, and then temporarily evacuated the facility after another incident several hours later, as law enforcement remained on alert for suspicious packages in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — South Jersey Gas employees Jonathan Oliva, 24, and John Eichinger, 34, had expanded options for lunch Thursday after meeting with Hamilton Mall officials about relocating utility lines for future development there.
The South Jersey Transportation Authority may close two local bridges over the Atlantic City Expressway for repairs this summer, forcing drivers to find new routes.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — Township Committee formally approved its $25.3 million budget Monday night by a 5-0 vote.
Gary Stein,a Democratic candidate for General Assembly, will not be on the June ballot, after a state judge ruled he did not have enough signatures on his ballot.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP -- A controversial affordable housing development will not go forward, Mayor James “Sonny” McCullough said after the developer withdrew the application Wednesday afternoon.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Typical township homeowners will pay about $32 more a year for municipal services, according to the $36.6 million municipal budget introduced Wednesday night.
A strongly improving real estate market is helping pull the region, state and country out of a recession, speakers said at an annual economic forecast session Tuesday. But growth is expected to remain tentative.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP —Nearby residents said they will turn out to show their opposition Wednesday as the Township Committee is expected to vote on a controversial ordinance to rezone land for affordable housing .
Want to know a thing or two about Atlantic City? Kathleen Rizzo thinks you should talk to her.
There will be two viewings for a man found dead on his Galloway Township driveway early Thursday morning, while law enforcement on Friday made no further announcements in the incident.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Residents in a condominium building gutted by fire late Wednesday attempted to salvage what they could on Thursday.
Hamilton Township resident Jan Bilicki had lived on Clarkstown Road for a decade, but she never heard the region’s newest residents — coyotes — until last summer.
What started as a protest by fewer than a dozen people in Middle Township against an unpopular toll increase scheme in January 2008 wound up costing taxpayers $185,206 after a school official asked police to arrest the protesters.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Township Committee put off a final vote on a controversial ordinance to rezone six acres near the Shore Mall for affordable housing, telling the more than 100 people who attended Wednesday night’s meeting to return April 10 for the decision.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — Taxpayers in Hamilton and Galloway townships will pay more to the Greater Egg Harbor Regional High School District, while those in Mullica Township and Egg Harbor City will pay less.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Officials are looking to rezone a six-acre tract near the Shore Mall to provide affordable housing for veterans.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — The township's school budget will increase by about two percent next year to $113.5 million, school officials said, with the total amount raised by local taxes set to increase by almost three percent to $69.2 million.
ATLANTIC CITY – A man was shot in the head Saturday afternoon at the Stanley Holmes Village apartment complex in Atlantic City, police said.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Atlantic County Democrats ratified their slate of county and state candidates Saturday, but left open whom the county party will back for Atlantic City’s mayor.
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