Local News

May 25, 2017

OCEAN CITY TO SPEND $18.5 MILLION ON CAPITAL PROJECTS

Ocean City will spend over $18 million for various capital improvement projects.  City Council met this week and approved funding for a back bay dredging project, a fire truck, and other essentials.  There was no public comment against the bond ordinance. ##
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. ##