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When Joe Krafft entered nursing in the early 1980s, he was something of a novelty in a profession traditionally dominated by women.
Tim Erensen knows exactly how long it takes to drive from his home in Greenwich, Conn., to the Stockton Seaview Hotel and Golf Club in Galloway Township.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP -- A driver and passenger were taken to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center in Atlantic City after the green Toyota Camry they were traveling on the Garden State Parkway crashed into the trees on the side of the road, police said.
The Task Force for a Sustainable Galloway, also known as Go Green Galloway, has organized a variety of activities to promote environmental sustainability in the township since it was established in 2009. It has held plant swaps, workshops and movie nights, but has never done any large-scale community outreach - until now.
Historic Smithville, with its quaint atmosphere and specialty shops, is often seen as a tourist destination. It most certainly is that - but that doesn't mean it can't be more, said Tony Coppola Jr., vice president of restaurant operations at the village.
The Galloway Township Business Association has announced that the next Great Galloway Mixer will take place May 23 at 6 p.m. at Fred and Ethel's in Smithville.
Peace Lutheran Church, at Pitney and Great Creek roads, will hold its 17th annual clambake, barbecue and penny auction from noon to 6 p.m. June 1, featuring raw and steamed clams, crab cakes, fish, hot dogs, hamburgers, corn on the cob, french fries, cole slaw, desserts and soda or water.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Township Council has awarded a contract to City Connections, of Barnegat Township, to revamp its municipal website.
As former scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 77 in Smithville, Chuck Reed has a good idea of what makes a great scout. In his eyes, few fit the archetype as well as 18-year-old Ryan Kraemer, of the Smithville section of Galloway Township.
A Galloway man will be honored for the Bronze Star and Purple Heart he received while serving in Afghanistan at a special ceremony Saturday.
The Go Green Galloway Task Force and Absegami High School student group Earth Shepherds are joining forces to bring GreenFest, a sustainable living festival, to Galloway on June 1 from 10 to 4 p.m. at Historic Smithville. The event is sponsored by the Galloway Township Business Association and the ACUA.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP - Officials are no closer to developing a solar panel project at the defunct Oak Avenue landfill than the township was in January 2011, when Pepco Energy Services scrapped its plan for 18 acres of solar panels.
The state has filed a lawsuit against a Galloway Township hotel alleging it of price gouging during Hurricane Sandy by 283 percent.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Six people from Absegami High School were taken to the hospital after the school was evacuated Thursday morning following the spill of a hazardous material.
Twenty Years Ago: Child with difficult prognosis
Despite night flight training off the coast, a spokesman for the 177th Fighter Wing of the New Jersey Air National Guard said he could not confirm the unit's planes were the cause of the booms heard by many South Jersey residents Wednesday night.
Richard Stockton College’s board of trustees approved new room and board rates Wednesday that will increase costs an average 2 percent for the 2013-14 school year.
Grace Hanlon, executive director of the New Jersey Division of Travel and Tourism, will give the keynote address at the Jersey Shorecast event Friday in place of Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno.
Absegami High School sophomore Ashley Fox, one of the lead performers in the upcoming Absegami Dance Program showcase Flowmotion, has mixed feelings about the responsibility that comes with her prominent role.
Absegami High School is accepting nominations of alumni and staff who have brought honor to the community as an Absegami Brave.
The Galloway Community Charter School will hold an open house for prospective students from 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. May 14, 112 S. New York Road.
Atlantic City’s Gina Roche, known for lending a Brazilian flavor to her blend of jazz, blues and original compositions, will perform a Mother’s Day Weekend Celebration Concert at 7:30 p.m. May 11 at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Jersey Shore, 75 S. Pomona Road.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — After seeing its ratable base eroded by $90 million over the last year, the township is spending nearly $1 million for a townshipwide reassessment.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Adults learning to read will open many doors for themselves, and a nonprofit organization dedicated to that goal honored two local residents Monday who enable those adults to learn even more.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — College friends Vincent DeSario, Colton Finney and Michael Maglione laughed and joked around after Maglione tripped on their way to the Wildwood Boardwalk.
AtlantiCare celebrated the accomplishments of a diverse group of honorees during its 54th annual Century Club Gala Saturday at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa.
Lanes have reopened on Route 30 in Egg Harbor City after a gas line break today.
The New Jersey Turnpike Authority will spend more than $1 million to offset environmental impacts of improvements on the Garden State Parkway in Atlantic and Cape May counties.
More than 200 AtlantiCare volunteers were honored for their dedication and service during the annual AtlantiCare Volunteer Appreciation Reception and Dinner at Renault Winery in Egg Harbor City on April 25.
When 22-year-old Kelsey Meadows, who is autistic, moved from Alabama to Galloway Township to live with her uncle Tim last June, after her father died of cancer, she was completely dependent on his care. Her condition, largely untreated because of a lack of options in Alabama, had been neglected over the prior five years due to her mother's sudden death and her father's failing health.
The ashes of four unclaimed World War II veterans were laid to rest April 25, after years of sitting on a shelf in the Godfrey Funeral Home in Ocean City.
The Galloway Township Women’s Club and Chasing Memories Photography are sponsoring “Spring Time Photos in Absecon Park” from 9 to 11 a.m. May 5 at Absecon Park.
The Galloway Township Community Garden is going into the 2013 season and still has a few beds available to rent. There are five standard 4-by-8-foot beds, which cost $25 for the season, and four handicapped-accessible 2-by-6-foot beds, which cost $15 for the season.
Three Galloway Township Cub Scout packs are accepting new Scouts kindergarten age and above. For questions about scouting, see scouting.org or jerseyshore-bsa.org.
The NextGen Aviation Research and Technology Park is expected to become an auxiliary organization of Richard Stockton College following a memorandum of understanding signed by both parties Wednesday.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Township Council unanimously adopted Tuesday evening the 2013 $24 million municipal budget that comes with a 6 percent increase in the tax rate.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — The township website is outdated and needs to change, officials said, especially after the results of a Monmouth University poll released Wednesday placed Galloway 312th out of 540 municipal websites ranked in the state.
The drum is universal, says Brian K. Johnson, who co-owns the Historic Smithville alternative boutique Herban Legend with his wife, Wendy.
While it would be fair to call the members of the Atlantic County Numismatics Society coin collectors, they do more than simply collect and swap currency - they preserve history.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Sophomore Ryann Guy and senior Carlos Galeano, both of Galloway Township, waited for the start of a daylong “Be the Change Day” workshop designed to combat prejudice at Absegami High School last week. They were not sure what to expect.
Galloway GreenFest seeks vendors for the June 1 event, which runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Historic Smithville Village. Businesses that deal with some aspect of living in an environmentally positive manner can request a vendor registration form by sending an email to GallowayGreenFest@gmail.com or visiting Facebook.com/GallowayGreenfest.
Richard Stockton College of New Jersey's first Fulbright U.S. Student Program winner, Barbara Fisher, 22, plans to get a doctorate in nuclear science and teach the hard sciences at the college level.
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.
Atlantic County Institute of Technology curriculum supervisor Johanna Johnson had good news Friday for prospective teachers at the Richard Stockton College Teacher Job Fair.
Wildlife Drive at the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge in Galloway Township will reopen for daily use beginning Saturday after months of repairs to damage from Hurricane Sandy.
There are a lot of forces involved in a motor vehicle accident, so many, in fact, you would have to be a physics student to wrap your head around them. Fortunately for the four Absegami High School classes who were given a presentation on accident science by South Jersey Traffic Safety Alliance representatives Bob Clarke and Wayne Shelton on April 10, they are just that.
The Reeds Road Elementary School Family School Association is holding a craft fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 20 at the school, to raise funds for new risers for the music department.
The Galloway Township Business Association will have Rich Manin from Richard Manin Insurance and Joe Dowd from Kistler-Tiffany Benefits come to speak on the Affordable Care Act and what it means for small business owners, during a breakfast meeting at 8:30 a.m. April 25 at Romanelli's Garden Cafe, 279 S New York Road, Galloway.
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