REMAINS FOUND IN ATLANTIC COUNTY BY HUNTER

Skeletal remains were found by a hunter in Atlantic County, and now authorities are trying to determine if the remains are from a human.  Atlantic County Prosecutor Ted Housel announced over the weekend that the remains were found by a hunter in Hamilton Township near Ocean Heights Avenue.  Housel says the remains were collected by…

NAME A PARK IN WILDWOOD CREST

Got a cool name for a new park in Wildwood Crest?  The Borough wants to hear from you.  Crest officials announced that they are taking suggestions from the public on a name for a new park that is currently under construction at Rambler Road and Ocean Avenue.  The park is undergoing extensive building and landscaping…

GAS PRICES CONTINUE THEIR CLIMB

Your wallet was lighter the last time you filled up. A seven cent increase has been reported locally by AAA Mid-Atlantic in the last week alone. A new price survey shows gas prices are now $3.30 per gallon, which is equal with the state average. Oil Price Information Service (OPIS) chief analysts Tom Kloza doesn’t…

WOODBINE TO OPEN BIDS ON WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM

Woodbine is working to make water safer. Bids will be opened on Jan. 25 for the Woodbine Municipal Utilities Authority Water Treatment Disinfection System. Work on the Woodbine MUA Water Treatment Plant would include various state-of-the art upgrades that will improve efficiencies and help to reduce operating costs. This project also enhances operation of the…

REPORT: TWO LOCAL SPORTS LEGENDS TO ENTER HALL

Two local sports legends will be inducted into the South Jersey Basketball Hall of Fame.  Current WCZT/WFNE sportscaster Tom Williams and current Middle Township girls basketball coach John Leahy will both be honored during a special ceremony next month.  Williams has covered local high school sports for a half century and his Prime Events football…

SIX NEW OFFICERS COMING INTO EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP

New police officers were sworn in at Egg Harbor Township. The Egg Harbor Township Committee swore in the 6 new police officers during a committee meeting this week. Three of the six officers are already trained (Kenneth Winkel, Jonathan Nieves, & Joseph Griffiths).  The other three will be entering the Atlantic County Police Training Center on Monday (John Beattes, Brett Fair…