Two more wins for local girls basketball teams in the South Jersey playoffs Wednesday night. Wildwood Catholic crushed OLMA, 82-32 while Middle Township advanced to the semifinals with a 50-35 win over Cinnaminson. For complete coverage check out Brian Cunniff’s coverage on CoastSportsToday.com.
Two teenagers have been charged by Hamilton Township Police in connection with seven motor vehicle burglaries in the community. Police nabbed the two suspects Wednesday morning; the adult suspect is 19 year old Classy Bordley of Mays Landing. Bordley was charged and released on a summons.
The Atlantic City Rail Line is back in service by Memorial Day weekend. New Jersey Transit announced that the popular rail service will resume no later than May 24th. The rail service has been shut down to install a federally mandated safety device.
The Philadelphia Eagles are losing quarterback Nick Foles, and will not get any compensation. Eagles General Manager Howie Roseman announced Wednesday afternoon that Foles will not be tagged by the Eagles, meaning that he becomes a free agent to sign with any team that wants to sign him with no compensation for the Eagles.
[Girls NJ State Playoffs] OLMA v Wildwood Catholic at 5:30pm with commentary by Brian Cunniff and Buddy Tarbotton
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If you’ve ever sat on your sofa with your bag of chips and thought to yourself, “I could make a pro football team”..time to put down the chips. The new Atlantic City Arena Football League team will be holding open tryouts on March 30th for interested players. The tryouts will be held in Pitman. Former…
The tax rate is going up in Vineland in 2019. The Daily Journal reports that the municipal budget in Vineland was introduced Tuesday night and it includes a tax hike of over two cents on the tax rate. The proposed budget increases spending by $1.2 million.
A teenager who was doing pull ups on recreation equipment at a Vineland elementary school was charged after police found a toy gun in his possession. The 14 year old juvenile was charged with having a weapons on school grounds. No students were inside the building due to a school faculty day.
A pedestrian who was walking in a travel lane on the Garden State Parkway was struck and killed by a passing vehicle. NJ.com reports that the accident happened early this morning near milepost 81.7 in Toms River. Police have not determined the reason why the man was walking on the highway.