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STOCKTON AUTHORIZES STUDY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER AT BADER FIELD

Stockton University has commissioned a feasibility study for a new, $41 million Marine and Environmental Science Center to be built on Bader Field in Atlantic City. Stockton is planning to use the new facility for education and research, to compliment their $156 million campus in the city. The Press of Atlantic City reports that the …

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CRDA TO MEET AFTER HIGHLY CRITICAL STATE REPORT

The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority in Atlantic City held their regular meeting Tuesday afternnon, one week after the state released a negative audit report. The audit of the CRDA criticized the organization for its fiscal management and millions of wasted dollars on several contracts, including those with the Miss America Organization and the summer’s Beach …

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SUCCESSFUL MISSING CHILD DRILL STAGED AT COUNTY ZOO

Last week a missing child drill was performed at the Cape May County Zoo, involving a 12 year-old girl and her mother. Officials said the drill was a success, as the situation was handled promptly and safely by zoo staff and the Cape May County Sheriff’s Department. None of the zoo employees were aware it …

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TESTIMONY BEGINS IN APRIL KAUFFMAN MURDER TRIAL

Testimony began Monday in the murder trial of the man accused of killing April Kauffman in Atlantic County.  Witnesses testified Monday that Dr. James Kauffman wanted his wife dead because he feared financial ruin if word leaked about his illegal drug ...

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NEW JERSEY SAYS SO LONG TO A NUCLEAR POWER PLANT

New Jersey has bid farewell to the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant.  The plant was shut down for good on Monday and will not be placed back into service.  Oyster Creek was the first licensed nuclear power plant in the nation; now, there are fewer than...

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