The Atlantic City Air Show returns to the city on August 21st. Air show organizers confirm the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and the United States Army Golden Knights are both returning to the event. The United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force Red Arrows will also attend the event.
The new Atlantic City arena football league team will open its season on April 27th. The yet to be named team will play in Philadelphia against the Soul to begin its franchise existence. Atlantic City’s first home game is Saturday, May 4th.
An organized bear hunt in New Jersey is legal, and will be allowed to continue. A state appeals court struck down a request by an animal protection group who tried to stop future bear hunts in New Jersey. The hunt has been held annually for the past eight years to thin out the herd of…
A list containing the names of priests who allegedly were abusive in New Jersey is expected to be released by the Archdiocese of Newark on Wednesday. Some priests showed up in Newark Tuesday expecting the list to be revealed, but it never was. State officials launched a massive investigation into sexual abuse by priests.
A staffer for former Governor Chris Christie is trying to stay out of prison via the United States Supreme Court. Bridget Anne Kelly was denied a request for a rehearing on the case by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia. The 46 year old Kelly and another official caused a traffic jam in…
An Atlantic City man lost his life Monday during during a motor vehicle accident in Pleasantville. Police say the man was speeding when he ran a red light and struck another car and a utility pole. The man was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident; the other driver was not injured.
Governor Phil Murphy’s job approval rating is virtually unchanged from last year. A new Monmouth University poll gives Murphy 43 percent approval in New Jersey, down by just one percentage point from last year. Murphy’s approval rating is lower than his two predecessors at this point of his administration.
All state offices and state courts are closed on Tuesday due to the winter storm that is impacting the northern portion of the State. Governor Phil Murphy had ordered a delayed opening, but reconsidered and shut all offices for the day. Only essential employees must report to work.
It has not been a great day for air travel in New Jersey due to the storm that is bringing ice and snow to the northern part of the state. More than 100 flights were cancelled Tuesday at Newark’s Liberty International Airport, and hundreds of additional delays are reported in Philadelphia and New York City.…
New Jersey offices are opening two hours late on Tuesday due to the winter storm that will largely impact the northern part of the state. Governor Murphy announced the late opening late last night, following his declared State of Emergency. Three to six inches of snow, plus some ice, are expected north of Trenton.