Jersey Shore Business Journal
Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, August 07, 2013 03:56 pm
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Ellen Kravet Burke has been elected the new chairwoman of the board of trustees of Cape Regional Health System, the medical center announced recently.
The election took place at the annual meeting of the System Board in June. She replaces Henry Brzyski, who completed his term in June.
Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, August 07, 2013 03:50 pm
CAPE MAY COUNTY - Twelve Cape May County students received a $1,000 scholarship from the Cape May County Association of Realtors while their families and friends looked on at the Sand Barrens Golf Club on July 16. The Cape May County Association of Realtors annual Scholarship Golf Tournament held at the Wildwood Golf and County Club on May 9 funded the scholarships.
All scholarship recipients are relatives of Cape May County Realtors.
Written by Staff Reports Friday, July 26, 2013 02:05 pm
An internet gaming company based in the United Kingdom has announced plans to build or acquire a hotel/casino in Atlantic City, to allow it to enter the internet gaming business in the United States.
2UP Gaming PLC, which operates the online gaming website www.2UP.com, says it has received a letter of intent from an Asian investment group valued at $330 million, subject to the completion of an agreement, which is scheduled to be finalized by Sept. 9.
Written by Staff Reports Friday, July 05, 2013 12:00 am
Two divergent artists will explore the landscape in the exhibit “Utter Discourse: Now and Then – An Investigation into Current Trends of Contemporary Art” opening July 6 at Beacon Art/Shortwave Gallery in Stone Harbor.
Jennifer Hansen Rolli is a native of Bucks County, Pa., whose father was also a painter. He took her many places that spurred her creativity and love of nature, according to a news release.
Written by Staff Reports Thursday, July 04, 2013 12:00 am
Christopher Hayes of Sturdy Savings Bank, Bishop McHugh Regional School students Nikos Mallous, Michael Peragrine, Zach Tomlin, Brandon Champion and Principal Laura Tomlin pose for a photo to thank Sturdy as the sponsor of the school’s 13th annual golf outing, which took place in May.
Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, June 05, 2013 11:54 am
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Dr. Hemang Dave, a board-certified medical oncologist and partner of Hope Community Cancer Center, has been appointed chairman of medical oncology at Cape Regional Medical Center.
“I am pleased to accept the appointment of Chairman of the Medical Oncology at Cape Regional Medical Center,” stated Dave (pronounced DA-vay). “Cape Regional Medical Center offers the most comprehensive cancer care program in the region. The powerful collaboration between the Brodesser Cancer Center, Penn Medicine, and Hope Community Cancer Center provides the total care of the patient central to Cape May Court House reducing patient travel time and offers a complete complement of cancer support services.”
Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, June 04, 2013 02:26 pm
WOODBINE – Quality Electric Service was recently named a Power Pro Dealer by Generac Power Systems, a leading designer and manufacturer of generators and engine-powered products.
This distinction is the highest level available for a Generac residential/commercial dealer, according to information from the manufacturer.
Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, June 04, 2013 09:06 am
Karen Graham to senior vice president and chief operations officer at Crest Savings Bank, Jay M. Ford, president and CEO, announced recently. Graham succeeds Tim Peyton, who will direct the bank’s compliance department. Graham will be responsible for information technology, deposit operations, electronic banking, and service bureau relationships, according to Ford.
Graham has been with Crest Savings Bank for 16 years as vice president operations/IT.
- Prudential named to Top Power Brokers list
- Cape Regional recognizes churches’ support of breast cancer awareness
- Dave named medical director of hospice services
- Cape May County Chamber of Commerce welcomes 15 new members
- Foster receives Service Excellence Award
- Ocean City MSA among country’s job leaders post-Sandy
- Gentilini Chevrolet supports Little League
- Maschio named 2012 business partner
- Local towns awarded $50,250 for safety efforts
- Harron is employee of the quarter at Sturdy
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