All the inmates were safely transferred to the new Cape May County Correctional Facility on Monday. Cape May County Sheriff Robert Nolan credited the Correctional staff with assistance from the County Prosecutor’s Office and all local police departments that participated in the orderly transfer.
The new jail is located next to the old jail, which will be demolished in the future. The need for a new jail arose as the old building was not fitting within state code and was becoming too costly to maintain.
Completely rehabbed in 2004 this second floor condo with views of the bay features 3 bedroom 2 baths, front deck, storage attic, cathedral ceilings, wall to wall carpet and central air. The driveway and shed are for the exclusive use of the second floor with parking for a minimum of 3 cars.
Just as we take steps to keep ourselves healthy through the changing of the seasons, we need to do the same with our home. Heating and air conditioning units that aren’t properly maintained and cleaned can cause additional allergens and particles to circulate around your home.
Has it really been over a quarter-century since an up-and-coming New Jersey jam-band named Blues Traveler founded H.O.R.D.E. Festival, which boasted like-minded acts such as Phish, Spin Doctors, and Widespread Panic? While seemingly hard to believe, time is a thief. Some sights and sounds before the show around the Ocean City Music Pier would’ve felt familiar outside an amphitheater in Summer 1992. Phish tour t-shirts, tie-dye, Grateful Dead’s “Big Railroad Blues” playing inside the men’s room. Rain came down out on the boardwalk, but didn’t appear to dampen spirits...
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Grace Petrinec had no problem Tuesday naming her favorite part of "Raider Ready," a new program at the Ocean City Primary School designed to prepare children for kindergarten.
“I like the Legos the best,” the 4-year-old Ocean City girl said.
When it came to starting kindergarten, Grace said she was most excited about riding the bus.
“Raider Ready” is geared toward alleviating fears of the unknown, give parents and guardians some guidance and helps both children and parents acclimate to the new phase of their lives, school officials explained.