DEVILS OUT, TITANS BACK IN TRENTON

The Trenton Titans are returning following the demise of the Trenton Devils. It was announced on Wednesday that the club will return, and be associated with the Philadelphia Flyers. The team started off as the Titans in 1999, but was acquired by the Devils in 2006. The new ownership group is holding a press conference…

COUNTY ROUNDS UP 28 IN CHILD SUPPORT SWEEP

Cape May County Sheriff Gary Schaffer announced that officers rounded up more than two dozen deadbeat moms and dads during their bi-annual Child Support Warrant Sweep in the county.  28 people were arrested; three had warrants from municipal courts.  The county was able to collect nearly $13,000 in back child support payments.  Nine adults are…

LOBIONDO TRIES TO SAVE SOME FAA JOBS

U.S. Representative Frank A. LoBiondo, the only New Jersey Representative on the House Aviation Subcommittee, today reached out to both Republican and Democrat leaders of the respective House and Senate committees to find a common ground that would provide for a short-term extension of the FAA Authorization Act and ensure 4,000 furloughed FAA employees nationwide,…

CONTROVERSY ENDS WITH RESIGNATION IN ATLANTIC CITY

A controversial member of the Atlantic City government has stepped down.  City officials confirm that public safety director Christine Petersen resigned on Tuesday after working on the job for over a year.  Some in the police union maintain that Petersen constantly overstepped her authority while on the job.  Petersen maintains her resignation is all about…