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September 24, 2020

BARNEGAT, NJ - The Barnegat Board of Education held a public hearing and unanimously adopted an ordinance on Tuesday to refund existing school bonds from 2012. The refund allows the district to secure a lower interest rate for the balance of the remaining principal. “The original bonds were ...

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SOUTHERN OCEAN COUNTY, NJ – Lacey Township Mayor Steven Kennis joins a select group of state officials this month as the newest member of the Oyster Creek Safety Advisor Panel. Governor Phil Murphy appointed Kennis to the panel led by New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner ...

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STAFFORD and LBI — The National Hurricane Center and National Weather Service have issued a Tropical Storm Warning in all of New Jersey.  There is also a flash flood watch in effect from Isaias.  The "prime time" window for Isaias's peak impacts on New Jersey will be about 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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BARNEGAT, NJ -  The Adopt-A-Street participants were out in full force today. They created groups and helped remove several pounds of trash that made for unpleasant eyesores. Additionally, the cleanup removes the threat of debris infiltration into the Barnegat Bay. Volunteers as young as four ...

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BARNEGAT, NJ - Barnegat Township School District fifth graders who are part of the Leaders in Training (L.I.T.), club assembled an art project that raises awareness about reducing plastic waste.    For the past month, the students collected empty water bottles from their respective schools for ...

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WARETOWN, NJ – Representatives from offshore wind developer Ørsted will host an open house to update Waretown and Lacey Township residents on the progress of its Ocean Wind project on Wednesday, February 5 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Holiday Beach Club, located on Lighthouse Drive, Waretown. Free ...

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WARETOWN, NJ – Last summer, Ocean Township officials announced the use of Green Acres monies to demolish a once popular restaurant.  Even before Superstorm Sandy caused massive damage to the Galley Grill, the owners abandoned it.  The Township purchased the waterfront property and hopes it will be ...

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MANAHAWKIN, NJ – Few would dispute that Long Beach Island well earns its lustrous reputation. In season, generations of families spend time together enjoying the sun, sand, and surf. Locals collectively treasure the serenity when visitors go home. Meanwhile, the bridge to and from paradise suggests ...

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STAFFORD — The Old Causeway Steak and Oyster House is hosting the premiere of Episode 3 of the Just Beneath the Surface area film series tonight, December 5, at 8:30 p.m.  This episode focuses on winter on LBI? It's cold, lonely and can be stunningly beautiful. The locals certainly know all ...

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SOUTHERN OCEAN COUNTY, NJ – Yesterday, Governor Phil Murphy signed an Executive Order raising New Jersey’s offshore wind goal from 3,500 megawatts of offshore wind-generated electricity by 2030 to 7,500 megawatts by 2035. At least one company already has plans to expand the alternative energy ...

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BARNEGAT, NJ – During the summer months, Nora Hansen and Jenna Marcy came to the Township Committee with a proposal.  They suggested that community members adopt streets and diligently clean them up and rid them of unnecessary litter and debris. Their presentation was impressive and well-received ...

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