Daily Archives: November 16, 2012

The State We’re In: Slow-Moving Waves Of Sand

Michele S. Byers

We like to think of the land under our feet – and our houses – as solid. But that’s just not the case on New Jersey’s ever-shifting barrier islands. I asked Dr. Emile DeVito of New Jersey Conservation Foundation to share his thoughts on our state’s barrier islands.

Atlantic City To Host Charity Hockey Game Next Weekend

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ATLANTIC CITY – Hockey All-Stars Brad Richards and Scott Hartnell, in partnership with Caesars Atlantic City, today announced “Operation Hat Trick,” a charity hockey game that will take place in Atlantic City on Saturday, Nov.24 at 7 p.m. at Historic Boardwalk Hall.

[PHOTO] Acting Commissioner Offers Answers

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STATE–New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance Acting Commissioner Ken Kobylowski and department staff answer questions and provide information and assistance to residents recovering from property losses suffered in Hurricane Sandy at mobile offices in three counties.

[PHOTO] Hehnly Hockey

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CLARK — After a successful soccer unit and students scoring many goals, Hehnly Elementary has turned its focus to the next sport, hockey. Before Hurricane Sandy, students were learning about the stick, how to dribble, pass, shoot and the rules and have now started everyone’s favorite activity, the game.