Written by Suzanne Marino Friday, November 15, 2013 12:00 am
LINWOOD — Access 1 Communications, owners of local NBC affiliate WMGM-TV 40, announced Thursday, Nov. 7 that they have entered into an agreement with LocusPoint Networks to sell the station.
The station, headquartered in Green Broadcast Plaza on New Road in Linwood is the only TV station owned by Access 1. Though no date was given when the deal might be finalized, NBC 40 will continue to be managed after the sale is completed by Access 1 under the terms of the agreement. The sale was announced on the air as well as on the station’s website and indicated that there are no plans for any changes in operation or manpower at the station.
Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, November 05, 2013 04:19 pm
CAPE MAY - The East Lynne Theater Company will receive $14,580 from a cooperative marketing grant sponsored by the New Jersey Department of State: Division of Travel and Tourism. The award was given based on the scores of an independent evaluation and funding review committee that studied ELTC's application and marketing plan.
This is the seventh year in a row that ELTC has received this grant, to be used for advertising.
Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, November 05, 2013 02:48 pm
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Carole Seibert, a registered nurse at Cape Regional Medical Center, is the Service Excellence of the Month award recipient for September, the hospital announced.
According to hospital officials, Seibert was nominated by a grateful patient who wrote, “Just wanted you to know how much I truly appreciate all you did for me while recovering from my surgery. You really are one-in-a-million and Cape Regional is very fortunate to have you. I watched how caring, kind and efficient you are with everyone and in everything you do. Nothing seems to be too much trouble for you and it makes those around you so comfortable. Hopefully, I won’t need to come back, but if I do, you would be my top request.”
Written by Staff Reports Friday, November 01, 2013 11:00 pm
OCEAN CITY — Ocean City Home Bank is offering teens a unique opportunity to express their creativity, to teach others about the importance of saving money, and to win valuable prizes in the process.
Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, October 02, 2013 04:41 am
Vanessa Sorace, of Zoo Sitters, LLC, in-your-home pet sitting and dog walking, was one of more than 200 professional pet sitters and industry supporters to attend Pet Sitters International's 18th Quest for Excellence Convention in September in Winston-Salem, N.C.
Quest is considered the professional pet-sitting industry's premier educational convention. In addition to Sorace, Zoo Sitters Pet Sitter, Betty (no surname given), was also in attendance as Quest welcomed association members and industry professionals from across the United States and abroad.
Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, October 01, 2013 11:00 pm
Sturdy Savings Bank is an Eagle Sponsor of the Garden State Council, Boy Scouts of America’s upcoming event honoring Gerald L. Reeves and Scott Halliday.
Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, October 01, 2013 09:07 pm
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Paul Giunta and Michele Frisko, the president and secretary of The Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation, respectively, recently visited the Brodesser Cancer Center at Cape Regional Medical Center to present a donation of $2,500 to the Cancer Center capital campaign.
Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, October 01, 2013 06:05 pm
Craig DeGenova has been appointed vice president, commercial lending at Cape Bank, the company announced recently.
In his new role, DeGenova will join the bank’s commercial lending team that services new and existing commercial clients in Atlantic and Cape May counties, and beyond.
- Pre-Med at the Shore program graduates 12
- Business boon seen in new craft distillery rules
- UK-based internet gaming company has eyes on Atlantic City
- Ocean City MSA among country’s job leaders post-Sandy
- Gentilini Chevrolet supports Little League
- Social media called key to get business to return
- Zoo Sitters in finals for pet sitter of the year
- Wind farm project hits choppy water
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