WEST CAPE MAY SEEKS PUBLIC INPUT ON MOVING ELECTIONS

The Borough of West Cape May is considering moving their May elections to November, like so many other communities. The Press of Atlantic City reports that Mayor Pam Kaithern said the move would save taxpayers about $10,000 every four years, plus a potential increase in voter turnout. On Wednesday, borough commissioners decided to ask the public to contact them directly on…

STOCKTON CAREER FAIR DRAWS MORE EMPLOYERS

Perhaps reports of an economic rebound are true. Richard Stockton College held a job fair on Thursday that attracted 82 employers, up more than a dozen over last year’s event. Stockton students were being recruited by reps from health care and law enforcement fields, as well many Atlantic City casinos. Many major retailers were also represented…

MIDDLE POLICE ARE ACKNOWLEDGED FOR THEIR SERVICE

They aren’t ones to stand in the spotlight, but the Middle Township Police Department got a well deserved thank you this week. the department’s bi-annual awards dinner was held on Tuesday, where various life-saving awards were handed out, among other honors. Mayor Dan Lockwood and Committeewoman Susan DeLanzo were in attendance. Officers and their families…

REVEL ANNOUNCES PREVIEW OPENING DATE

An early preview will be available for one of Atlantic City’s soon to be premier casinos. Revel Casino is set to open for an eight week preview period on April 2. During that time period, various restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues in the casino will open. Reservations will open to guests on March 2. In…