Cape May County Region
Written by Staff Reports Monday, December 29, 2014 12:21 pm
Throughout Cape May County, natural, decoration-free Christmas trees are being collected for recycling. All 16 Cape May County municipalities are providing this collection service, but schedules vary from town to town.
Residents and businesses can also deliver Christmas trees to the Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority Landfill Complex in Woodbine or the Transfer Station in Burleigh until Feb. 14. Christmas trees are now being accepted without charge by the CMCMUA from county residents, businesses, and municipal collection crews.
Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, December 24, 2014 12:33 pm
Sen. Jeff Van Drew and Assemblyman Bob Andrzejczak on Tuesday, Dec. 24, called on elected officials from throughout New Jersey to voice their support for police officers following the deaths of two New York City police officers on Saturday.
The lawmakers said the murders of police officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos showed the dangers officers face daily protecting public safety.
Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, December 23, 2014 04:51 pm
At this busy time of year it is important to remember that the greatest gift that you can give this holiday season is safety, state police said in a recent statement; The holidays can be as wonderful as they are hectic.
The higher volume of holiday traffic, combined with motorists from out of town that are unfamiliar with the roads, and drivers that may be under the influence of drugs or alcohol all increase chances of getting into an accident, according to the statement. Distracted and aggressive driving remain at the top of the list for causing motor vehicle crashes.
Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, December 23, 2014 04:00 am
Written by Staff Reports Monday, December 22, 2014 09:36 am
CAPE MAY COUNTY – Sixteen boroughs and townships will share about $265,000 in state recycling grants to help implement and enhance recycling efforts, Bob Martin, commissioner Department of Environmental Protection, announced recently.
The funds, based on 2012 recycling data, will be awarded this week through the state’s recycling enhancement act.
Written by Staff Reports Monday, December 22, 2014 12:00 am
Atlantic Cape Community College offers students the opportunity to earn college credits in less than two weeks, Jan. 2-15.
Classes are offered online and at campuses in Cape May Court House, 341 Court House-South Dennis Road; Mays Landing, 5100 Black Horse Pike; and Atlantic City, 1535 Bacharach Boulevard.
Written by Christopher South Sunday, December 21, 2014 12:00 am
On Sept. 6, 2013, the county held its first Faces of Addiction Forum, in which it attempted to explain that addicts were found everywhere in society. Officials identified addicts as sons, daughters, spouses, even people who were dealing with chronic pain, who found heroin a cheap alternative to prescription pain killers.
Written by Staff Reports Friday, December 19, 2014 09:54 am
EDITOR’S NOTE: This list of Cape May County graduates from The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey is based on the latest information available. According to the college, not every individual who is listed necessarily received a degree from Stockton, and there may be omissions.
Written by Staff Reports Friday, December 19, 2014 09:35 am
Spaces are still available for the state sterilization funding program for qualified residents. The program begins Thursday, Jan. 1 at participating veterinary offices to help qualified residents spay or neuter their pets for $10.
Shore Veterinarians encourages residents to sign up in December for the program before all the slots are taken. Shore Veterinarians participates in the state program at its locations in Seaville, Williamstown, Hammonton and Egg Harbor Township.
Written by Staff Reports Friday, December 19, 2014 09:33 am
Legislation sponsored by District 1 Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi to improve living conditions at residential health care centers, boarding homes and homeless shelters earned approval recently from the state Assembly.
The bill, passed unanimously by the Senate in June, now awaits Gov. Chris Christie’s review.
Fiocchi’s legislation would require inspection reports from residential facilities to be published for public review on the Department of Community Affairs website.
Written by Staff Reports Thursday, December 04, 2014 12:54 pm
TRENTON - The state will receive $114,982 from Sirus XM Radio Inc. as its part in a multi-state agreement that resolves allegations the satellite radio company engaged in misleading advertising and billing practices, said acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman.
Under the agreement, New Jersey receives its share from Sirius, which was alleged to have engaged in a variety of misleading, unfair and deceptive business practices in violation of consumer protection laws. Overall, Sirius has agreed to pay a total of $3.8 million to the participating states, and to provide restitution to eligible consumers.
Written by Christopher South Wednesday, December 03, 2014 10:37 am
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Frank A. LoBiondo was reelected to his 11th term, Nov. 4, and while after 20 years he’s comfortable in his role in elected office, he said there is a lot of work to do.
“Things are going great…we’ve been in session last week, this week,” he said. “Part of it is reorganization – that’s the first order of business after an election.”
- Registration begins Dec. 1 for winter, spring sessions at Atlantic Cape
- County artist to exhibit in Maryland at Yellow Barn Gallery
- Legislative task force sitting down for first meeting at county college
- National Guard Association plans breakfast
- Former county treasurer wins national award
- County National Arts Program awards presentation set
- Artist residency grants available to all NJ schools
- Comment period on municipal user-friendly budgets begins
- Beef and Beer benefit for the Survivors of Cancer
- Concrete memories
- Coast Guard cracking down on offshore poaching
- County Library hosts preschool story times
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