Avalon Beach Patrol to Host Kerr Memorials Tonight

The Avalon Beach Patrol will host the Kerr Memorials this evening on the Borough’s 35th Street beach.  This is the 38th year for the event, and nine beach patrols will participate.  Avalon won the event last year. The post Avalon Beach Patrol to Host Kerr Memorials Tonight appeared first on Regional Media News.

Man Busted in Atlantic City for Attempted Child Luring

Atlantic City Police busted Gerald Colapinto of Yardley, PA on charged that he attempted to lure a minor child.  Police say the concerned citizen posted as an underage child on social media.  Colapinto is 65 years old and was charged by police with luring and enticing a child by various means. The post Man Busted…

Now Law: Murphy Signs Measure to Create Police Licensing System

New Jersey has created a police licensing system.  Governor Murphy signed a new measure into law Thursday that will spend $6 million of your money to license police officers.  It also requires uniform statewide standards for hiring and firing police.  The new program prohibits officers from joining groups who favor discrimination. The post Now Law:…

Report: Jitney Service in the Wildwoods to End Weekday Service

Weekday Jitney service in the Wildwoods has ended.  The Press of Atlantic City reports that low ridership numbers have caused the Jitney Association to suspend service, and only operate on Friday and Saturday nights.  The Jitney operations are challenged by more popular point to point ride share services available to the public. The post Report:…

Aid Provided for Hurricane Sandy May Not Have to be Repaid

$28 million in Hurricane Sandy recovery aid, it’s on the house.  Congress voted Wednesday to absolve any payments by more than 800 homeowners, and another 1,000 households will not have to pay the money back indefinitely.  HUD has been given the authority to waive the payments. The post Aid Provided for Hurricane Sandy May Not…