CARL LEWIS FACES ANOTHER SETBACK IN SENATE ATTEMPT

Another court decision went against Carl Lewis. A state appeals court ruled that Lewis is unable to run for state senate, because he has not fulfilled the state’s residency requirement. Lewis previously lost in a federal court challenging the constitutional nature of a residency requirement. Lewis voted in California in 2009, despite owning a home…

NEXTGEN GETS NEW NUMBERS IN ACIT

The Next Generation (NextGen) Aviation Research and Technology Park (ARTP) welcomes Atlantic County Institute of Technology (ACIT) as its newest member. Based in Mays Landing, Atlantic County Institute of Technology is a nationally recognized Blue Ribbon (2008) career technical high school serving students of around the county.  We believe this membership will provide our students…

MAN FOUND SCRAPING DIRECTIONAL SIGNALS

Middle Township Police responded to a report of a person scraping metal that appeared like directional signals. Middle Township Police responded to Raff Recycling Corporation and was able to determine the signs were tourist oriented directional signs that were posted on Rt. 47 in the Rio Grande section of Middle Township, which were valued at $3,225.00.…

BUDGET PASSED IN OCEAN CITY

A budget increase has been passed in Ocean City. Council there voted on Thursday to increase the budget to $68.8 million. Overall, taxes will increase just under three percent, but is under cap because of exemptions. The new tax rate will be 33.7 cents per $100 assessed valuation. Also, 3.3 cents is being collected by…

VEHICLE CRASHES IN LOWER TOWNSHIP

An accident in Lower Township involved a vehicle hitting a tree on Saturday. The Press of Atlantic City reports that police believe that the driver’s diabetes might have played a role in the incident. The accident took place near Fischer Creed Rd. The unidentified man was not hurt but was taken to an area hospital…