• Jimmy DiNatale, new owner of old Lenox site on Tilton Road in Galloway.GALLOWAY– Jimmy DiNatale stands in the middle of the cavernous building of the old Lenox china manufacturing plant and can see he has a lot of work ahead of him.

    All around him are signs of the challenges. Walls with black mold, asbestos that is being torn out and removed, and one odd sight: a small tree growing through the tiles. 

  • Blake Shelton and Lady Antebellum will perform free concerts in Atlantic City

    The Blake Shelton concert on Thursday, July 31 and the Lady Antebellum concert on Sunday, Aug. 3 will be held on the Atlantic City beach between Caesar’s Pier at Arkansas Avenue and Central Pier at St. James Place.

     The following information was supplied by event organizers:

    -          Everyone attending will need a ticket.

  • HAMILTON– Atlantic City Electric reminded residential and commercial customers to take precautions when someone claiming to represent a business contacts them either in person or by telephone, officials said in a release on July 24.

    Atlantic City Electric is continually alerting residents and its customers to avoid falling victim to a “Green Dot MoneyPak” scam. Information from law enforcement officials and other utilities has indicated that scammers are continuing to target residential and commercial customers.

  • GALLOWAY – The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey has been sleected as the Greenest College in New Jersey by College Prowler, which produces print guides and a website using reviews from students, parents and professionals, school officials said in a news release Tuesday, July 29.

    College Prowler rates each school on a scale of 1 to 10, and defines the rankings by stating: “Green living is steadily becoming the norm. These days, schools boast a high number of LEED-certified facilities and sustainability initiatives.”

  • Galloway centenarian Mildred ArditoGALLOWAY  Born in Philadelphia on July 29, 1914, the day after World War I was declared by the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Smithville resident Mildred Ardito has turned 100.

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Stockton student dies in Colorado crash

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, July 11, 2014 04:21 pm

Carly Sansone Carly Sansone A Richard Stockton College sophomore who played volleyball for the college was among three people who died when their car careened off an embankment in Colorado on Saturday, July 5.

Carly Sansone and three others were riding in a vehicle headed south on Colorado Highway 145 near Ophir, about 6 miles south of Telluride.

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Galloway firefighters put out three blazes

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, July 11, 2014 12:13 pm

fire-dept-galloway GALLOWAY– Police and fire personnel responded to two structure fires on 1st Avenue caused by lighting strikes and a stove fire on Snow Mass Ct. Thursday, July 10, Police Sgt. Donna Higbee said in a release.

Emergency personnel responded to the 600 block of 1st Avenue at 10:07 a.m. for reported fires/smell of smoke. The fires were extinguished and the street was shut down for several hours while South Jersey Gas, Atlantic City Electric and NJ American Water company personnel assessed the conditions.

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Parade grand marshal Rocky Gannon celebrates a wonderful life

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Written by Madelaine Vitale Wednesday, July 09, 2014 03:21 pm

GALLOWAY – Rocky Gannon is one of a very few who can say he has fulfilled his dreams.

He wanted to fly planes, and he did more than that, becoming a highly decorated military pilot who began his career at just 17 years old during World War II in the Army Air Force.

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Paving the way for Great Creek Road

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Written by Madelaine Vitale Tuesday, July 08, 2014 04:26 pm

GALLOWAY – The Great Creek Road Pedestrian Improvement Project began Tuesday, July 8, and in four weeks residents can expect to see sidewalks and curbing along the road to create a safer area for children to ride their bikes and walk to and from school.

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Galloway Police Blotter June 22-28, 2014

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Written by STAFF Tuesday, July 08, 2014 04:15 pm

Galloway Police Blotter June 22-28, 2014 Galloway Police Blotter June 22-28, 2014

Police Blotter information is supplied by local police departments and other law enforcement agencies. All persons named are presumed innocent unless proven guilty.

During the period June 22-28 Galloway police answered 862 calls for service. Officers made 26 arrests, and issued 60 traffic summonses including two charges of driving while intoxicated. Officers responded to 14 motor vehicle accidents, 15 domestic complaints, 95 medical assists and 16 fire calls. They investigated six burglaries.

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Sidewalk project begins at Great Creek: traffic may be impacted

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, July 08, 2014 01:33 pm

GALLOWAY– Work began Monday, July 7 on the Great Creek Road Pedestrian Improvement Project. The work will be on Great Creek Road between Elaine Drive and Wrangleboro Road.

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Mays Landing man charged with child endangerment

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Written by Staff Reports Monday, July 07, 2014 12:47 pm

galloway-police GALLOWAY - A Mays Landing man was arrested and charged with endangerment and drug charges July 5 for allegedly driving his vehicle erratically with two young children inside, Det. Sgt. Donna Higbee said in a press release.

Paul Dessicino, 30, was arrested and charged with two counts of child endangerment/neglect, driving while intoxicated, possession of a controlled dangerous substance, namely heroin, and reckless driving.

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Letter: Push for Route 30 interchange needed sooner

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Written by Jim Gorman Sunday, July 06, 2014 03:22 pm

Push for Route 30 interchange needed sooner Push for Route 30 interchange needed sooner To the editor:

The State of New Jersey has given us the run-around on a full Garden State Parkway interchange on Route 30 for decades, despite the economic and public safety benefits it would provide to the residents of Galloway, Absecon, and the barrier islands. Ever since I've been on council, I've urged the Turnpike Authority to pursue an interchange, but to no avail.

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Letter: Voting should be required by law

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Written by Lawrence Uniglicht Sunday, July 06, 2014 03:11 pm

Voting should be required by law Voting should be required by law To the editor:

In a democracy, it is the responsibility of every adult citizen to vote.  We require folks with potential tax liability to file returns, don’t we?  Is voting not as important as paying taxes? Furthermore, all efforts to suppress voting must be aggressively thwarted.

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With Galloway's July 4 parade canceled, planners look ahead to 2015

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Written by Madelaine Vitale Friday, July 04, 2014 10:59 am

GALLOWAY- Parade organizers decided at 9 a.m., the start time for the 15th annual July 4 parade, to cancel, as rain pelted the roadways and flooded the streets.

“We didn't cancel because of the rain,” Rich Maxwell, the parade organizer said. “The streets were flooded and we didn't want anyone to march in the rain. We are always concerned about the safety and welfare of the participants.”

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