Local News

May 25, 2017

2017 HURRICANES? MORE, OR LESS, DEPENDING ON WHO YOU LISTEN TO

Hurricane season begins next week, and depending on who you listen to, it could be a very active or moderate hurricane season.  The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting a very active hurricane season in the Atlantic; but other agencies including Accuweather and Colorado State University are predicting mild hurricane seasons. ##
May 25, 2017

POLL: GUADAGNO, MURPHY LIKELY TO SECURE GUBERNATORIAL NOMIANTIONS

Republican Kim Guadagno and democrat Phil Murphy are likely to secure their party’s nominations for governor in the June primary. A new poll released by Stockton University gives both candidates double digit leads over their respective opponents.  About one in seven New Jersey voters even bothered to watch recent debates. ##
May 25, 2017

SPORTS: OCEAN CITY HIRES NEW FIELD HOCKEY COACH

Ocean City has a new field hockey coach.  The Gazette Leader’s Brian Cunniff reports that Kelsey Mitchell is taking over the successful Red Raider program that has produced ten state Group III championships. ##
May 25, 2017

PUBLIC MEETING TO BE HELD ON CAPE MAY BIKE, PEDESTRIAN PLAN

A public meeting will be held next week to discuss a bike and pedestrian plan that involves Cape May and Cape May Point.  The New Jersey Department of Transportation will hold the meeting on June 3rd at the Cape May City Hall Auditorium. ##