BASKETBALL SEASON ENDS FOR OCEAN CITY GIRLS, CONTINUES FOR ATLANTIC CITY BOYS

The season has come to an end for the S.J. Group III Champion Ocean City girls basketball team. The Lady Red Raiders lost to Middleton South, the defending state champs, 51-41 on Wednesday night. Ocean City had a one-point lead in the fourth quarter but Middleton South came back for the win. The Atlantic City…

SPRING COMES EARLY TO JERSEY CAPE

This Wednesday and Thursday could see high temperature records smashed in South Jersey and throughout the Delaware Valley. The National Weather Service is calling for abundant sunshine and unseasonably warm temperatures in the 70’s on the mainland, and cooler temperatures along the beach due to southwesterly sea-breezes. A weak cold front will pass through the region late…

SBA DISASTER LOANS FOR NEW SANDY DECLARATION AVAILABLE THROUGH DEC. 1ST

The U.S. Small Business Administration has given out over $30 million in loans for Superstorm Sandy survivors in the past three months and more money is available. The S.B.A. has given New Jersey residents until December 1st to file for assistance during this second opportunity for financial help. The money is available to businesses, homeowners…

PROPOSAL FOR NORTH JERSEY CASINOS MOVING ALONG

The proposal for casino development in Northern New Jersey continues to move throughout the New Jersey legislature. On Monday the Assembly Judiciary Committee held a second public hearing on a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow regulated gambling at least 72 miles outside of Atlantic City. If the proposed legislation is approved by three-fifths of…

OCEAN CITY GIRLS, ATLANTIC CITY BOYS WIN SOUTH JERSEY TITLES

On Monday night the Ocean City Girls basketball team won their fifth South Jersey Group III Championship in seven tries over the last eleven years. The Lady Red Raiders defeated Toms River East 37-29. Senior guard Olivia Briggs led her team with 12 points and clutch free-throws in the fourth quarter. The Atlantic City Boys…