News Bites: South Jersey Week in ReviewLast Edited:
The third week of June 2017 has been full of rich and compelling stories, including the crowning of Miss New Jersey 2017, state officials opposing offshore drilling, and drones coming to the aid of emergency responders in Cape May County.
Click on the headlines below to read the full stories (and to see related SNJ Today News video). Or, just peruse the list below to catch up on the week's news in southern New Jersey.
On Saturday, June 17th, an Atlantic County resident was crowned as the new Miss New Jersey. (Read More)
Local officials, New Jersey State officials, and community members rallied together on Monday, June 19th, to take a stand against offshore drilling. (Read More)
Nearly 1,000 lovers of lager poured into Wheaton Arts in Millville this weekend for the What's on Tap Beer Festival. (Read More)
One year, and about ten thousand crayons and one thousand coloring books later, a local boy makes a big donation to St. Jude's. (Read More)
Over a dozen volunteers slathered on the sunscreen and spent Monday, June 19th, working in the sun as they kicked off installation week for a unique mosaic art project. (Read More)
A local veteran's remains were escorted by family, area police, and a motorcycle group called Warriors Watch Riders, to his final resting place on Tuesday, June 20th. (Read More)
Plans to transform the Taj Mahal to the Hard Rock Atlantic City hotel and casino are underway and the grand opening is running right on schedule. (Read More)
Emergency responders in Cape May County got an up close look at a new technology that could give them access to cell phone service immediately after a disastrous storm, all thanks to a drone. (Read More)
A new study released by Stockton University shows that Atlantic City's tourism economy is continuing to thrive. (Read More)
The 2017 Cumberland County College (CCC) baseball team’s season ended several weeks ago, yet somehow they still keep winning: Awards that is. (Read More)
THE WEEK AHEAD ...
Events, entertainment and more South Jersey happenings for June 2017.
The bridge between Avalon and Sea Isle City is set to reopen after emergency repairs. (Read More)
Day-long beach-front music festival in Margate on Saturday, June 24th. (Read More)
Remembering the historic meeting between President Lyndon B. Johnson and Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin at Rowan University. (Read More)
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