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Investigators Determine Two Men Responsible for Atlantic City Murder in May

MAYS LANDING—In a cooperative investigation, with assistance from multiple law enforcement agencies, two men were arrested Tuesday, Oct. 12, and charged in connection to the May 19th, fatal shooting of Jahmil Greenidge in Atlantic City, Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Cary Shill announced. Denzel Garrison Denzel Garrison, 28, of Newark, was arrested in Newark by the Newark Police Department and charged with the following offenses: · 1st degree Murder · 1st degree Conspiracy · 2nd degree Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose · 2nd degree Unlawful Possession of a Weapon Laquine Demby, 30, of Pleasantville, was arrested in Pleasantville... Read more →


Lower Township Couple Overdose, 38-Year-Old Woman Dies; Suspect Arrested for Death of Deceased

LOWER TOWNSHIP, NJ--On Wednesday, October 13, 2021, members of the Lower Township Police Department Patrol Division responded to the 500 block of Seashore Road for a reported double drug overdose. Upon arrival a male and a female were both found unconscious and unresponsive. Officers administered Naloxone and attempted life saving measures before the victims were transported to Cape Regional Medical Center by Inspira Health EMS. It was learned a short time later that the male regained consciousness, however the female, a 38 year old resident of Lower Township was pronounced dead at Cape Regional Medical Center. Members of the Lower... Read more →


CNB Fishing News Maryland: Blue Claw Crabs Heavy and Laden with Meat

by Keith Lockwood, fisheries biologist Maryland Department of Natural Resources. October 13, 2021 Carson Hoffmaster seems to be all tied up with this large crab while sorting the catch with his dad. Photo by Brad Hoffmaster Children always offer a different window into our world, certainly a simpler type of fun and excitement. This could not be truer when they accompany us on our fishing and crabbing adventures. Right now blue crabs are heavy and laden with meat so do not put that crabbing gear away just yet. Forecast Summary: October 13 – October 19: It’s another great week to... Read more →


Annual Fall Dune Grass Planting Event in Avalon Saturday, Oct. 23

Avalon’s fall dune grass planting event will be held on Saturday, October 23rd at 8:30am! We invite you, your friends, and community organizations to take part in this environmental enhancement effort! After the planting, there will be a light lunch offered at Avalon Community Hall. If you are interested in volunteering for this effort, please call Sue Keen at (609) 967-5924 or Chuck McDonnell at (609) 967-3066 no later than October 15th. Read more →


Chalkbeat FIRST PERSON:I’m passionate about teaching; Here’s why I’m not returning to the classroom

Selena Carrión, Chalkbeat New York Oct 8, 9:00am EDT Too many school leaders just want to get back to a broken ‘normal.’ As an educator of color who grew up in the Bronx and attended public schools from K-12, I’ve long been committed to making sure students have educational experiences that meet their needs, value who they are, and empower them and their families. As a child, I hoped to rectify the educational inequities I saw by becoming a classroom teacher in the New York City public school system. Since schools shut down in New York City in March 2020,... Read more →


Lower Township MUA Semi -Annual cleaning / flushing of the Water Distribution System 

The cleaning / flushing will occur Monday through Friday between 7:00am and 3:00pm. Hydrant flushing will begin Wednesday, October 13th and continue until complete, expected completion is November 10th. During the hydrant flushing events, you may experience a temporary discoloration of the water. Check the water for discoloration prior to doing laundry. You may wish to draw a large bottle of water for cooking and drinking prior to the flushing date. If you experience low pressure after the cleaning / flushing please check your faucet screens for trapped particles. If you have any questions please call our office at 609-886-7146... Read more →


Gloucester Township Police Seeking Public's Help with Locating Driver who Failed to Stop

This GTPD Crime Stoppers VIDEO can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/H9nGEIs7E24 On Saturday, October 9, 2021 at 2:52 AM a Gloucester Township Police Patrolman observed the pictured silver in color 1999 to 2002 Chevy Silverado Pickup exit the Lakeview Apartments onto Lower Landing Road with the rear license plate covered by black cardboard. The Officer pulled over vehicle onto Lower Landing Road, which took off at a high rate of speed after the Officer exited his vehicle. The fleeing vehicle sped into a residential neighborhood, in which the Officer did not pursue. After reviewing body camera and dash camera video, the... Read more →


VIDEO: Arizona Rancher Talks About Living on the U.S.-Mexico Border under Biden's Immigration Policy

John Ladd, whose family has had a ranch adjoining the U.S.-Mexico border for more than 120 years, says that illegal immigrants are telling him that President Joe Biden’s immigration policy is an invitation for invited them to come. For Ladd, the impact has been devastating. Here’s what he’s seen—and why he is concerned for the future of the country. video courtesy of The Daily Signal Watch the rest of our new series, The Real Stories of the Border Crisis: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-i26... Still haven’t subscribed to The Daily Signal on YouTube? Click here ► https://bit.ly/2oz8N1I Follow The Daily Signal on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDailySign...... Read more →


Rev. Francis J. Gramigna, Pastor at St. Joseph's, (Sea Isle), Assumption (Wildwood Crest), St. Francis (Barrington)

Egg Harbor Township – On May 22, 2020. Age 83. Loving son of the late Joseph and Jane Gramigna. Devoted brother of Kathleen “Cass” (late Edward) Garrity and Charles (late Claire) Gramigna, and Sister-in-law Mary Gramigna. Predeceased by Mary (Louis) Lippa, Joan (Thomas) Campbell, Rose (Patrick) McShane, Joseph (Patricia) Gramigna, Edward Gramigna, Sr. Dear uncle of 48 nieces and nephews, and too many great-nieces and great-nephews to count. Father Frank was born in Oaklyn and was a graduate of Camden Catholic High School in 1955 where he was Captain of the football team. Father attended St. Mary’s Seminary in Baltimore... Read more →


YOUR MONEY: New Jersey sending $10.2 million to help small businesses pay their rent

Gloucestercitynews.net files By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square contributor Oct 6, 2021 (The Center Square) – New Jersey has allocated $10.2 million to help small businesses pay their rent. The New Jersey Redevelopment Authority (NJRA) will use federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding to extend the Small Business Lease Emergency Assistance Grant Program (SBL-EAGP). Under the grant program, which is part of the Main Street Commercial Corridors Relief Package, small businesses adversely impacted by COVID-19 and located in one of 68 designated municipalities are eligible for grants up to $10,000. It will focus on organizations... Read more →


Scathing Report Reveals New Jersey Parole Board Fails Citizens

Lack of Oversight and Due Process Findings Provide Timely Credence for Sundiata Acoli Release TRENTON, NJ — In a scathing report to public defenders across the state, the New Jersey Office of the Public Defender (OPD) Parole Project said the state’s Parole Board consistently fails to uphold its state-mandate to release parole-eligible applicants. The report lends new heft behind the efforts by the Bring Sundiata Acoli Home Alliance, a grassroots effort to have Sundiata Acoli regain his freedom. Acoli, age 84, has been imprisoned since 1973 yet is eligible for parole since 1993. The Parole Board has denied his release... Read more →


NJ POLITICS: Still No Answers from Vince Mazzeo

Egg Harbor Twp, NJ (October 8, 2021)- During the October 8, 2021 Press of Atlantic City debate, Senator Vince Polistina pushed Assemblyman Vince Mazzeo to explain his radical voting record. Mazzeo in traditional fashion, had none. Gloucestercitynews.net files “Whether the question was voting to ban police from telling parents if their kids are caught with drugs or alcohol, avoiding a stance on banning smoking in Atlantic City casinos, or failing to condemn offensive and false political mailers from dark money special interests, Mazzeo had no answers,” Polistina said. “Mazzeo’s only consistency is his silence. His silence makes him complicit and... Read more →


Several Suspects Arrested for Airsoft Gun Drive-by Shootings in Lower Township

Lower Township, NJ (OCTOBER 8, 2021)--- On September 22, 2021 at approximately 8:30 pm, the Cape May County Communications Center received a call from a juvenile stating that she had been shot by an airsoft gun from a vehicle in the area of Bayshore Road and Greenwood Avenue, while walking home. Officers of the Lower Township Police Patrol Division responded to the complainant’s residence where they observed injuries consistent with an airsoft or BB gun. An immediate search of the area for the vehicle met with negative results. On September 29, 2021 around 8:20 pm, the Cape May County Communications... Read more →


Teen Cancer America Golf Outing Oct. 18

METEDECONK NATIONAL GOLF CLUB TO HOST Day of Golf to Raise Funds and Awareness for Adolescents and Young Adults Affected by Cancer JACKSON, NJ (October 7, 2021) – Metedeconk National Golf Club in Jackson, NJ will host the inaugural Teen Cancer America (TCA) Golf Outing on Monday, October 18, 2021. TCA, founded by rock icons Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of The Who, is a national non-profit based in Los Angeles that develops and funds specialized facilities and services for adolescents and young adults with cancer. The event at Metedeconk National is being hosted by Bob Lerner, a Metedeconk Trustee.... Read more →


CNB Fishing News Maryland: Early Fall Good Time to Spend Outdoors with Family and Friends

Maryland Fishing Report by Keith Lockwood, fisheries biologist Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Lyla Jones went fishing last weekend with her dad and grandfather (along with a a furry friend) and they all had a wonderful time together. Photo by Joe Garrett Early fall offers a wonderful opportunity to spend time outdoors with family and friends, especially our younger anglers. The fall trout stocking program has begun, offering excellent trout fishing at waters in most areas of Maryland. The Atlantic waters near Ocean City and Assateague Island, along with the Coastal Bays and the Chesapeake Bay all offer wonderful fishing... Read more →


William “Doug” Mokoid, Named Atlantic City Electric and Delmarva Power Region President

Announcement comes as 37-year company veteran, Gary Stockbridge, announces retirement MAYS LANDING, N.J. and NEWARK, Del. (October 5, 2021) – Pepco Holdings, which includes Atlantic City Electric and Delmarva Power, has named Doug Mokoid as its new Vice President of Governmental and External Affairs and Region President for Atlantic City Electric and Delmarva Power. Mokoid replaces Gary Stockbridge, who announced his retirement after 37 years with the Exelon family of companies and its predecessors. During his career , Stockbridge spent nearly 15 years with Philadelphia-based PECO before moving to Delmarva Power in 1997 to run the competitive retail energy business,... Read more →


DOWN THE SHORE: NJ Schools Partake in Week of Respect

OCEAN COUNTY,NJ --Each year during the first week of October, schools across New Jersey participate in the “Week of Respect.” The purpose of the Week of Respect is to teach students how to respect others, their school, their community, and themselves. It also emphasizes how we can all prevent harassment, intimidation, and bullying situations. Bullying is not only devastating while it’s happening; research shows that the negative effects can last a lifetime. Students who are bullied report more physical symptoms, such as headaches or stomachaches, and mental health issues, such as depression or anxiety, than other students. Students who bully... Read more →


Daughter Kills Her 87-Year-Old Dad and His 75-Year-Old Lady Friend in Surf City

Sherry Lee Heffernan, 55, of Landenberg, Pa. SURF CITY, NJ (October 5, 2021)(CNBNews)--Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer and Surf City Police Chief John N. Casella, Jr., announced that Sherry Lee Heffernan, 55, of Landenberg, Pennsylvania, has been charged with two counts of Murder in violation of N.J.S.A. 2C:11-3a(1) relative to the deaths of John Enders and Francoise Pitoy in Surf City on or about September 29, 2021. Heffernan was also charged with Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose in violation of N.J.S.A. 2C:39-4d, and Unlawful Possession of Weapon in violation of N.J.S.A. 2C:39-5d. On October 3, 2021,... Read more →


William “Doug” Mokoid, Named Atlantic City Electric and Delmarva Power Region President

Announcement comes as 37-year company veteran, Gary Stockbridge, announces retirement MAYS LANDING, N.J. and NEWARK, Del. (October 5, 2021) – Pepco Holdings, which includes Atlantic City Electric and Delmarva Power, has named Doug Mokoid as its new Vice President of Governmental and External Affairs and Region President for Atlantic City Electric and Delmarva Power. Mokoid replaces Gary Stockbridge, who announced his retirement after 37 years with the Exelon family of companies and its predecessors. During his career , Stockbridge spent nearly 15 years with Philadelphia-based PECO before moving to Delmarva Power in 1997 to run the competitive retail energy business,... Read more →


The Avalon Volunteer Fire Company building will be expanded

New Traffic Plan Behind Public Safety Complex The Avalon Volunteer Fire Company building will be expanded over the course of the next few years and areas including and around the firehouse will be a construction zone for the duration of this work. The initial phase of this work is expected to begin during the week of October 4th. Drivers should be aware that for a period of three to four weeks, the two handicapped parking spots adjacent to the Avalon Senior Center will be temporarily relocated in order for underground work to be performed safely. The ramp to the Avalon... Read more →


DOWN THE SHORE: Avalon Trunk or Treat/Halloween Registration

Avalon’s Halloween celebration and Trunk or Treat are both coming this month! To register your house for Halloween trick or treating, click here: https://stoneharborrecreation.com/trick-or-treat-halloween-house-registration/ Read more →


Atlantic County Residents to Participate in Knock Out Opioid Abuse Day on October 6

ATLANTIC COUNTY — Thousands of New Jersey residents will be coming together virtually to Knock Out Opioid Abuse on October 6, for the state’s 6th Annual Knock Out Opioid Abuse Day. Designated as a permanent day of prevention education and awareness, Knock Opioid Abuse Day is designed to shine light on the opioid crisis impacting thousands of New Jersey residents and families. In 2020, more 216 people in Atlantic County died of a drug overdose, a majority of which involved some form of opioid. Additionally, between January and June 2021 there have been 727 Naloxone administrations to reverse opioid overdoses... Read more →


CNB Fishing Maryland: Happening Now! Fall Striped Bass Run in Upper Chesapeake Bay

Maryland Fishing Report – September 29 by Erik Zlokovitz Maryland Department of Natural Resources Angler Alex Morgan caught a 28-inch Spanish mackerel in the Chesapeake Bay on September 18. Photo courtesy of Alex Morgan. As September fades into October, cooling temperatures will bring on more true fall-like fishing conditions. Anglers in the upper Chesapeake Bay are putting more focus on the fall striped bass run, while lower Bay anglers are also trying to get their last shots at Spanish mackerel, red drum, bluefish, and spotted sea trout. Fishing for invasives such as northern snakehead, blue catfish, and flathead catfish should... Read more →


Thirteen Local Projects Receive $75,000 in Funding for Open Space and Resiliency

Through Atlantic City Electric’s Sustainable Communities Program Grants support clean, safe parks redevelopment, pollinator habitats, wooded spaces, terrapin habitats, and more MAYS LANDING, N.J. (Sept. 29, 2021) – Atlantic City Electric, together with its program administrator Sustainable Jersey, have chosen 13 local municipalities to receive $75,000 in funds to support open space and resiliency projects in South Jersey. This funding is provided as part of Atlantic City Electric’s Sustainable Communities Grant program, which provides funding to support open space preservation, improvements to parks and recreation resources, environmental conservation and innovative community resiliency projects. “Climate change and its social and environmental... Read more →


CNB FISHING MARYLAND: The Pleasant Days of September Perfect Time for Anglers

September 22, 2021 Mia and Dominic Kronk got to go fishing with their father and enjoy a fun day on the Bay together. Photo by Kenny Kronk The pleasant days of September offer wonderful opportunities to spend time with children and make lasting memories they will take into their adult life. Forecast Summary: September 22 – September 28: As we welcome the arrival of fall, Bay conditions will stabilize later this week after a windy and rainy period from Wednesday through Thursday. However, after Friday, expect sunny and calmer conditions with cool nights the rest of the week. Bay surface... Read more →


Avalon Volunteer FD Awarded $571,428 from FEMA to purchase 120 dual-band radios

Avalon — Avalon Volunteer Fire Department has been awarded $571,428 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for the purchase of 120 dual-band radios, Chief Ed Dean announced today. “This is a major win not only for Avalon, but for the eleven other departments and communities that partnered with us in this application,” Dean said. “By making the switch from our current VHF radios to dual-bands, all of our departments will be able to better coordinate efforts before arrival on scene and maintain safety while performing our firefighting duties.” The money comes from FEMA’s Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) program... Read more →


DOWN THE SHORE: 96th Street Bridge in Stone Harbor to Have Overnight Closures until Sept. 30

The following was provided by the County of Cape May: Notice of Night Closure for 96th Street Bridge (C.R. 657) Borough of Stone Harbor and Township of Middle STONE HARBOR, NJ — The 96 th Street Bridge along Stone Harbor Boulevard leading into the Borough of Stone Harbor will be undergoing structural repairs to the bascule span (movable span) during nighttime hours Monday through Thursdays beginning September 20 th and extending until September 30th. Traffic will not be able to pass over the bridge between the hours of 8:00 pm to 6:00 am during those nights. There will be no... Read more →


10,000 Acres of Atlantic White Cedar Forests to be Restored in the Pinelands

TRENTON – A component of the Murphy Administration’s strategy to ensure New Jersey becomes more resilient to climate change, the Department of Environmental Protection will restore 10,000 acres of globally threatened Atlantic white cedar forests to the state’s Pinelands region, Commissioner Shawn M. LaTourette announced today as part of the State’s recognition of Climate Week. New Jersey’s Atlantic white cedar forests have been adversely impacted by climate change, including by sea-level rise and storm surge that have brought saltwater into these fragile freshwater ecosystems, leaving ghost forests where thriving Atlantic white cedars once stood. “This is the largest forest restoration... Read more →


Statement from Joe Giralo on OSC Public Letter on Egg Harbor City Water Deal

“The revelations in the OSC letter today are deeply disturbing. After decades of mismanagement, the last thing the County Clerk’s Office needs is another incompetent leader. Perhaps Mayor Jiampetti should spend more time focused on her day job instead of the campaign trail." Read more →


Six Rescued After Boat Hits Navigation Aide Near Ham Island

The Coast Guard, and the Beach Haven Volunteer Fire Department rescued six boaters after their 30-foot white pleasure craft struck a fixed aid to navigation in the vicinity of Ham Island, Sept. 19, 2021. The boaters were safely recovered and taken back to shore where local emergency medical services personnel transported them to various local hospitals. (U.S. Coast Guard photo/Released) BEACH HAVEN, N.J. - The Coast Guard, and the Beach Haven Volunteer Fire Department rescued six boaters after their 30-foot white pleasure craft struck a fixed aid to navigation in the vicinity of Ham Island, Sunday. Watchstanders at the Coast... Read more →


Domestic Violence Suspect Arrested in Rahway Following High Speed Chase on Garden State Parkway

image courtesy of Flicker Lower Township, NJ - On September 17, 2021, Cape May County Dispatch received a 911 call from a female on Lincoln Blvd stating that her husband drove off with her three children in a black Chevrolet Tahoe bearing a Pennsylvania license plate. As dispatchers gathered more information from the female it was learned that all of the children were under the age of five years old and that the driver may possibly have a handgun in his possession. Lower Township Patrol Officers began searching the area and located the vehicle within minutes on Seashore Road. A... Read more →


Atlantic County Animal Shelters Has Pets Available

Peyton Cleary (CNBNews photo credit) PLEASANTVILLE, NJ --Looking for a new pet? Consider adopting a dog or cat from the Atlantic County Animal Shelter, today Friday, Sept. 17 through Sunday, Sept. 19, when adoption fees will be reduced to $25 and waived for senior pets age 7 and older during the annual “Clear the Shelters” promotion. The Atlantic County Animal Shelter offers canines and felines of all ages, sizes and temperaments. And on occasion, purebred dogs and cats become available for adoption. “If you’re looking for a pet, this is a perfect opportunity,” Atlantic County Executive Dennis Levinson said. “The... Read more →


Evolution of Online Slots

Most people associate online casinos with slot games, and for a good reason. Namely, slots are the most popular online casino game and the most widespread one. It would be difficult to find an online casino that doesn’t feature dozens, or even hundreds, of online slots in its portfolio. But how did online slots come to be? We all know the story of the one-arm bandit, but what about the first online slot? Let’s dive deeper into the history of online slots and how they evolved to what we know today. Early History of Online Slots Sources say that the... Read more →


Military Appreciation Football Game, Friday

LCMR, Friday, Sept 17, 2021, events start at 5:30 pm & kickoff is 7:00 pm MILITARY APPRECIATION FOOTBALL GAME TO HONOR ALL CAPE MAY COUNTY SERVICE MEMBERS Lindenwold at Lower Cape May Regional 687 Route 9, Cape May FRIDAY, September 17, 2021 5:30 PM The game begins at 7:00 PM National Anthem at 6:55 PM We ask all Active, Retired, Reserve, and National Guard Military, Veterans, & First Responders to join us on the field shoulder to shoulder during the national anthem. ARMY, NAVY, MARINES AIR FORCE, COAST GUARD, POLICE, FIRE, CMC SWAT, & EMTs Please join us for this... Read more →


FISHING IS STILL GOOD IN MARYLAND: Ean Boyer Catches Smallmouth Bass in Potomac River

September 15, 2021 by Keith Lockwood Maryland Department of Natural Resources fisheries biologist. Ean Boyer got to go fishing on the upper Potomac River with his dad and caught this beautiful smallmouth bass. Photo by Cory Boyer Summer is still holding sway over the Maryland landscape but cooler weather keeps slipping in with more frequency. All of this makes for the perfect opportunities to enjoy the outdoors with family and friends. For anglers who want to learn or brush up on boating skills, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and partners are sponsoring free “Welcome to Boating” clinics at Sandy... Read more →


Two Men Allegedly Involved in 2013 Atlantic City Fatal Shooting Indicted

MAYS LANDING- An Atlantic County Grand Jury has indicted two men on murder and weapons charges in the 2013 fatal shooting of 21 year-old William Clegg, Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Cary Shill announced. Abdul Bailey, 29, and 27 year-old Austin Clark of Bridgeton have been indicted on the following charges: 1. Murder 2. Conspiracy to commit murder 3. Unlawful possession of a handgun 4. Possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose Bailey was also indicted on the charge of Certain Persons not to Possess Weapons. On Saturday May 4, 2013, at approximately 2:29 p.m., Atlantic City Police Department received... Read more →


Selecting The Best Casino Software Provider   

Before selecting the best casino software provider there are many things that you must keep in mind. Choosing the best casino software provider will determine the success of your enterprise. When you are starting an online Casino it is easy to make mistakes at the beginning. This is the whole point of business development. There are many pointers that you should follow to avoid any limitations in the process. The first thing is that you must pay attention to the price of the software. You must invest a little more for top notch quality casino software. Most often, inexpensive programs... Read more →


Michael “Mikee Whiteshoes” Francis Williamson, of Wildwood; Evangelist, Street Preacher, Lover of Jesus

Michael “Mikee Whiteshoes” Francis Williamson, 66, of Wildwood, NJ, was welcomed into Heaven on Saturday, September 4, 2021. Born on February 25, 1955 in Philadelphia, PA, he was the son of the late John Elijah and Elaine Mae (Ward) Williamson. Michael attended St. Gabriel's High School in Philadelphia and enlisted in the US Navy. Evangelist, Street Preacher, Lover of Jesus, “Mikee Whiteshoes” was a fighter. As hard as he fought against men at the beginning of his life, as a boxer, he fought for the souls of men at the end of his life, as a minister of the Gospel... Read more →


U.S. Coast Guard Rescues Three People from Sinking Vessel Several Miles from Long Branch, NJ (video)

Coast Guard members rescue three people after their vessel began taking on water three miles east of Long Branch, Sept. 12, 2021. No injuries or medical concerns were reported. All persons rescued were wearing lifejackets LONG BRANCH, N.J. — Coast Guard members rescued three people after their vessel began taking on water three miles east of Long Branch, Sunday. Watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay received the initial notification from the Monmouth County 911 dispatcher at 9:14 A.M. that three people aboard a sinking vessel were in need of assistance. A 47-foot Motor Lifeboat from Coast Guard Station Manasquan... Read more →


Susan B. Ryan Hoerter of Absecon, age 53

Susan B. Ryan Hoerter passed away suddenly on September 8, 2021 at the age of 53. Of Absecon, formerly of Margate. Loving and devoted wife of Andrew E. Hoerter, Jr. Loving mother of Jessica Hoerter Gold (Warren) and Alexis Hoerter (Tyler). Cherished MeMom of Parker and Nathan. Beloved daughter of Joseph J. Ryan and the late Edythe J. Ryan (nee Gindhardt). Loving sister of John Ryan (Carol), the late Joseph Ryan, Timothy Ryan (Diane), Carol Ryan Miskiewicz (Ron), J.P. Ryan, Michael Ryan (Melissa) and Jennifer Ryan. Cherished Aunt of 11 Nieces and Nephews and 5 Great-Nieces and Nephews. Also survived... Read more →


Gloucester City's St. Patrick's Parade Parking Restrictions for Sunday, September 19

There will be no parking along the following streets on 09/19/21 from 10:00am till 4:00pm: Both sides of Klemm Ave, from Rosalind to Johnson Blvd. Both sides of Highland Blvd, from Greenwood Ave to Johnson Blvd. Both sides of Baynes Ave, from Sparks Ave to Johnson Blvd. Both sides of Sparks Ave, from Baynes Ave to Little Ridgeway Both sides of E. Brown St, from Sparks Ave to Francis St. Both sides of Francis St, from E. Brown St to Johnson Bld. Both sides of Johnson Blvd, from Baynes Ave to Monmouth St. Both sides of Monmouth St, from Johnson... Read more →


RANDOM ACTS OF COPNESS: BRIGANTINE POLICE GIVE BACK TO CHILDREN FOR BIKE SAFETY

BRIGANTINE- The Brigantine Police Department recently gave back with a Random Act of Copness to keep youth in the community safe while riding their bicycles. During the National Night Out event, officers of the Brigantine Police Department distributed free bicycle helmets to the children in attendance. The department recognized Officer Brooke Camp who organized the event along with a team of officers who assisted. The Brigantine Policemen’s Benevolent Association Local #204 also contributed and were also in attendance to hand out free bicycle helmets. Brigantine Police Sgt. Jack Glasser said officers distributed 150 bike helmets and 150 bike lights to... Read more →


Philadelphia Resident Avery Bracey Convicted of Murdering Ky’Lee Haynes in Atlantic City

MAYS LANDING- After a six-day trial before Judge W. Todd Miller an Atlantic County jury convicted a Philadelphia man for the January 2019, fatal shooting of a 21 year-old man, Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Cary Shill announced. On Aug., 27, 2021, a jury returned a guilty verdict against Avery Bracey, 39, on Avery Bracey the following counts: 1. 1st degree Robbery-2 counts 2. 3rd degree Criminal Restraint 3. 2nd degree Unlawful Possession of a Handgun 4. 2nd degree Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose- 4 counts 5. 1st degree Aggravated Manslaughter 6. 1st degree Felony Murder 7. 4th... Read more →


The 100th Anniversary Miss America Competition to be held on Thursday, December 16th

at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut! Sept. 8, 2021 –  Uncasville, Conn.   The Miss America Organization is excited to announce that the competition to determine the next Miss America will be held on Thursday, December 16th at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut. The final night of competition culminates a week of activities that will mark the Miss America Organization's 100th Anniversary. “We’re thrilled to be back at our glamorous new home at Mohegan Sun”, said MAO CEO Shantel Krebs. “As Miss America begins her second century of empowering women through scholarships and opportunities, we’re looking forward to showcasing that this... Read more →


Down The Shore: Atlantic County Looks to ‘Clear the Shelter’, Reducing Adoption Fees

MediaWize Looking for a new pet? Consider adopting a dog or cat from the Atlantic County Animal Shelter, Aug. 23 through Sept. 19, when adoption fees will be reduced to $25 and waived for senior pets age 7 and older during the annual “Clear the Shelters” The Atlantic County Animal Shelter is offering adoptable pets at discounts. (Photo credit www.aclink.org/animalshelter) promotion. The Atlantic County Animal Shelter offers canines and felines of all ages, sizes and temperaments. And on occasion pure bred dogs and cats become available for adoption. “If you’re looking for a pet, this is a perfect opportunity,” Atlantic... Read more →


Karim Rice, Charged with Murder of 26-Year-Old Pleasantville Man and Two Counts of Attempted Murder

PLEASANTVILLE- An 18-year-old Pleasantville man is charged with the fatal shooting of a 26-year-old man and wounding two other 18-year-old men in Pleasantville on April 8, 2021, Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Cary Shill announced. Karim Rice, 18, of Pleasantville is charged with the following offenses: Karim Rice · Murder · 2 counts of Attempted Murder · Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose · Unlawful Possession of a Weapon Rice is currently lodged at the Atlantic County Justice Facility. On Thursday, April 8, 2021, at 2:57 p.m., 911 calls were received at the Pleasantville Police Department, reporting that multiple... Read more →


DOWN THE SHORE: Somers Point Dog Parade/Pageant

MediaWize The Somers Point Business Association and Somers Point-Community First will present their Community Day celebration from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 18, along Bay Avenue, across from Harbor Cove. Doggies will strut their stuff in a pageant especially for pooches. The event features the return of the “Beauty and the Leash” pageant and “Show Us Your Paws” parade. Community Day will open with the Show Us Your Paws parade, led by R Dog of Republic Bank, and is followed by the Beauty and the Leash pageant. The parade is open to all dogs in attendance, and pageant contestants... Read more →


Down The Shore: Avalon 9-11 Remembrance Ceremony

Avalon will host a September 11th Remembrance Ceremony on Saturday, September 11th, at 9:00am at Avalon’s September 11th Memorial located at 21st Street and Dune Drive, at Veterans Plaza. The ceremony will be held on the 20th anniversary of the attack on the United States in New York City, Washington DC, and Pennsylvania that claimed the lives of 2,977 people. “It’s important for our nation to always remember, and never forget, the innocent victims and first responders who lost their lives in this senseless tragedy”, said Avalon Mayor Martin Pagliughi. “These attacks left an everlasting impact on the United States... Read more →


"Show Us Your Shoes Parade" LIVE September 6th!

We are so excited that the iconic "Show Us Your Shoes" parade has a new home this year in Mystic, Connecticut. Be a part of the tradition by tuning in at 10 AM Eastern Time this Monday to watch Miss America hopefuls from every state in the country plus Washington, D.C., as well as Forever Miss Americas show us their shoes! Miss America's Official Streaming Site click CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE PARADE LIVE Read more →


Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City To Host Job Fair Sept. 8, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.  

WHAT: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City will host a job fair on Wednesday, Sept. 8, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Sound Waves. Opportunities both union and non-union jobs include food & beverage, housekeeping, spa, front desk, and more. Hard Rock Atlantic City proudly offers team members competitive hourly rates, flexible hours, free parking, free employee dining room, and bonus opportunities. All vaccinated team members receive a $100 Visa gift card and are entered into a drawing to win up to $50,000, a 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee, or an all-expense-paid trip to a Hard Rock property. To... Read more →