No school funding in Upper Township. Voters went to the polls on Tuesday night and rejected a plan to bond $16 million to repair the primary and middle schools there. On two separate ballots questions, the no vote got 54 and 59 percent. The state was going to pay for 40 percent of the work, bringing the local amount that had to be paid down to $9.5 million.
- 987 THE COAST ELECTION NIGHT RESULTS
- GRAND JURY INDICTS 18 FOR DRUG DISTRIBUTION
- CHRISTIE BACK IN TOP TEN OF NEW PRESIDENTIAL POLL
- BEACH CREEK DREDGING PROJECT TO BEGIN BEFORE MID-SEPTEMBER
- TEACHER LATE 100 TIMES CAN STILL KEEP HIS JOB
- SPIEGEL SENTENCING POSTPONED UNTIL SEPTEMBER 14TH
- PROSECUTOR TAKES A MEMBER OF HER STAFF TO SEX TOY STORE
- CAPE MAY NOW HAS A SECOND COUNCIL CANDIDATE
- MAN KILLS HIS BROTHER, DISMEMBERS THE BODY IN VINELAND
- MAN WANTED FOR ROBBING CONVENIENCE STORE IN UPPER TWP.
- TWO VILLAS MEN CHARGED IN ROBBERY AND ASSAULT