Home / Local News (page 2952)

Local News

NAKED KNOCKER ARRESTED IN MILLVILLE

A naked man was arrested on a porch in Millville. Police there say that Edwin Rodriguez of the 500 block of Richard Drive, was knocking on doors in the nude on Friday. He was charged with obstruction of justice and hindering apprehension. Rodriguez had five previous warrants as well he …

Read More »

STOCKTON AIMING TO HOST PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE

Could a future President debate in South Jersey? Stockton College has submitted a bid to host a Presidential debate in 2012. The Commission on Presidential Debates are taking in the applications and will make the final decision on the three Presidential and one Vice-Presidential debates. No timetable has been announced …

Read More »

CHRISTIE WANTS MORE CONTROL OVER BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

Being governor in New Jersey is powerful, but not powerful enough for Chris Christie. Christie is proposing legislation that would give him more veto power over boards and commissions in the state. Certain groups, like the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission, were able to abuse their power and were unchecked by …

Read More »

INFORMATION SESSION SET ON CENSUS DATA

An information session will be held on the release of census data. Cape May County Freeholder Leonard Desiderio and the Cape May County Complete Count Committee will host an information session on the results of the 2010 Census on Wednesday, April 6, 2011. The discussion, led by Leonard Preston from …

Read More »

VAN DREW QUESTIONS TRANSPARENCY OF TREE REMOVAL

Senator Jeff Van Drew yesterday sent a letter to the New Jersey Turnpike Authority expressing concern that the authority gave incorrect information to the public regarding the purpose of a project that has resulted in mass tree removal along the Garden State Parkway in Atlantic County. A recent news report …

Read More »

LOCAL TEACHERS RECEIVE GRANTS FROM ATLANTIC CITY ELECTRIC

Two local teachers won grant money. Atlantic City Electric sent $1000 checks to Woodbine and Middle Township schools for the utility’s Mini-Grant Program. The program is designed to support public and private classroom teachers with funds for new, innovative projects and extensions of currently funded projects within the schools. The …

Read More »

WILDWOOD CHAMBER TO HOST CANDIDATE’S NIGHT

Wildwood voters will have a chance to better know who they want to vote for. The Greater Wildwood Chamber of Commerce is going to hold a candidate’s night on Tues. April 12. The meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. with networking and move to a question and answer period starting at …

Read More »

MAN FABRICATED STORY OF ROBBERY

Middle Township Police say it was all a lie. A man fabricated a story of a robbery on Wednesday. 24-year-old Anthony Anderson,  from Philadelphia, reported just being robbed by four (4) white males in the area of Game Stop, located in the Rio Plaza Shopping Center.  Anderson reported the men …

Read More »