Memorial services were held at the Papermill Playhouse in Millburn Monday for former New Jersey Governor Brendan Byrne. Byrne passed away last week at the age of 93. Bryne was credited with bringing casino gaming to Atlantic City.
The New Jersey Department of Transportation has completed its snow removal efforts in Atlantic City. About 50 pieces of equipment were mobilized to the gaming resort to clear ten city blocks of snow; the request for State assistance was made by new Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam.
More than 2,000 jobs will be created in Atlantic City this year now that the Revel Casino has officially changed hands for the price tag of $200 million. A Colorado investor bought the former Revel Casino and plans to open it this summer as the Ocean Resort Casino.
The Cape May County Technical School/Evening Community Education Program has been cancelled for Monday night due to anticipated freezing rain and unsafe driving conditions.
Wildwood Catholic’s boys basketball team continued its impressive season Sunday with a 56-51 win over Lenape at the Seagull Classic event at Holy Spirit High School. The Crusaders improved to 7-0 on the season and received 26 points from Caleb Fields. For more, see Brian Cunniff’s game story on CoastSportsToday.com.
The Ocean City School District announced Sunday evening that the public schools will be open for business on Monday at their regular time. Mayor Jay Gillian announced that snow removal crews continued to work Sunday as the city recovers from Thursday’s blizzard.
The Philadelphia Eagles will be three point underdogs at home Saturday afternoon when they host the Atlanta Falcons. Early betting lines have the Falcons, the 6th and final seed in the NFC, as a field goal favorite over the top seeded Eagles. This is the first time in NFL history that a number one seed…
The winning Powerball ticket worth $570 million was sold in New Hampshire, but there’s still hope: Two $1 million tickets were sold in the Garden State. The tickets matched all five winning numbers, but not the Powerball. The winning numbers were 12, 29, 30, 33, and 61 with the Powerball at 26.
This weekend was a record-setter in New Jersey with the mercury going down as far as -16 in Walpack, Sussex County. Negative readings were all around the region overnight Saturday night into Sunday morning. locally, the temperature tumbled to -6 in both Millville and Vineland, while Cape May County’s record low was set in Woodbine,…
How cold has it been? So cold that Lower Township Police have asked the public not to walk on the frozen Delaware Bay. It’s been so cold that some brave souls have ventured to walk out to the remains of the concrete ship. Warmer weather is coming, which will mean some ice melt on the…