Handel’s Messiah by the Stockton Oratorio Society scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8 at the Xanadu Theater inside the Trump Taj Mahal has been postponed due to worsening weather conditions. They are working on a rescheduled date and will announce when they have it arranged.
Director Beverly Vaughan posted on the Stockton Oratorio Society Facebook page; Stockton President Saatkamp advised that for safety sake due to the weather conditions it warrants postponing the performance.
Last Updated on Wednesday, December 11, 2013 02:40 pm
Greg Marino/Stockton College music professor Beverly Vaughan directs the 100 plus member choir with great enthusiasm at practice Monday, Nov. 25 as they work on Handel’s Messiah.
GALLOWAY—If your holiday spirit needs revived consider it a job for Handel’s Messiah. For the past three months more than 100 singers with the Stockton Oratorio Society, a community choir under the direction of Stockton Music Professor Beverly Vaughan have worked hard to bring some of the most glorious music ever written to the stage.
ATLANTIC COUNTY - The Atlantic County Office on Aging was rated in the top tier for compliance in its annual programmatic and fiscal assessment by the New Jersey Division of Aging Services.
Based on 86 standards, the Atlantic County Office of Aging was commended for its "dedication and service to seniors and their caregivers in Atlantic County," said Nancy E. Day, deputy director of the state Division of Aging Services.
WASHINGTON – A federal grand jury in Newark has returned an indictment against six investors for their roles in a conspiracy to rig bids at auctions conducted by New Jersey municipalities for the sale of tax liens, the Department of Justice announced.
The indictment, filed Tuesday, Nov. 19, in U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey in Newark, charges four individuals, Joseph Wolfson, Gregg Gehring, James Jeffers, Jr., and Robert Jeffrey, and two entities, Betty Simon Trustee LLC and Richard Simon Trustee, with participating in a conspiracy to rig bids at tax lien auctions in New Jersey.
Last Updated on Thursday, November 14, 2013 05:15 pm
ATLANTIC CITY--AtlantiCare President and Chief Executive Officer, David Tilton announced Thursday that AtlantiCare health system based here in Atlantic City has signed a letter of intent with Geisinger Health System headquartered in Danville, Pennsylvania to explore ways the healthcare organizations can work together to benefit healthcare for their patients.
TRENTON – Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced Thursday, Dec. 5 that eight people, including a former bank teller, have been charged with participating in an identity theft ring using account information stolen from customers of TD Bank to steal more than $150,000 at bank branch offices in New Jersey. The withdrawals were made at TD Bank branch offices in Absecon, Northfield, Galloway Township, Somers Point, Cherry Hill, Haddonfield, Stratford, Gloucester Township, Washington Township (Gloucester County), Deptford, West Deptford, Mantua, Glassboro, Mullica Hill, Williamstown and East Windsor.
Last Updated on Friday, November 29, 2013 05:00 pm
FOLSOM – South Jersey Gas announced today (Friday, Nov. 29) that it has petitioned the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities for a base rate increase of $62 million in operating revenue.
Should the request be approved, a typical heating customer’s monthly bill at 100 therms would rise $18.43, from $128.31 to $146.74, an increase of more than 14 percent, according to the utility.
Last Updated on Friday, November 22, 2013 12:45 pm
President John F. Kennedy
Nov. 22, 1963. It is a date that needs no explanation.
People over the age of 55 know where they were that day, what they were doing and what they did for the next three days. It was as if a nation stood still, shocked and grief-stricken, watching the events in Washington, D.C., play out in front of them on a black-and-white TV screen.
Here at The Current Newspaper, rather than write about the events, we turned to our readers on this 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination to hear their recollections and memories, reliving that day from their perspective.
ATLANTIC CITY– The retail shops of the Noyes Museum of Art of Richard Stockton College will celebrate the ribbon cutting of the Arts Garage at the CRDA Wave Garage 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 25.
The 16,000-square-foot arts retail space houses a variety of artists and craftsmen including the Art of Kuzma, ECO4U Fair Trade store, Ivy Cottage Baskets, Noyes Stockton Museum Shop, Noyes Stockton Gallery, Stockton Art Gallery, Greg Alber Photography, artist Ron Ross Cohen, The Art Studio, AC Oriental Gallery, Atlantic City Art Center and AC Comics.
Last Updated on Monday, October 28, 2013 01:36 pm
Beginning in June, agents monitored an online file-sharing network that is popular with offenders who download and trade child pornography
TRENTON – Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman today (Monday, Oct. 28) announced that 14 men have been arrested in an operation that targeted offenders in New Jersey who used a file-sharing network to download and distribute child pornography, including child rape videos, on the Internet.