This week we saw Absegami football defeat Mainland, saw AtlantiCare honor volunteers, and reported on a Galloway Township Board of Education meeting.
Here are some highlights from the past week's news:
On Monday, we reported that Atlantic Cape and Neumann University have agreed to create a dual degree program, saw Galloway schools receive an energy award and reported that Absegami's boys soccer team is undefeated.
On Tuesday, we saw Galloway Township schools recognized for energy savings, met Mainland's Teacher of the Year, examined Galloway Township's school busing and saw the county confirm its first case of West Nile Virus.
On Wednesday, we saw the Galloway Board of Education approve increases for help for special needs situations, posted a police blotter, saw local officials bag food to fight hunger and posted a letter to the editor about sprinkler system requirement.
On Thursday, we saw AtlantiCare honor junior volunteers, listed five things you need to know, reported that Stockton has seen its highest freshman enrollment in history, saw a driver flown to a hospital after an accident and reported that parts of Port Republic were sprayed for mosquitoes.
On Friday, we took a look at the Jessica Lunsford Act, reported on the Jersey Shore Boat Sale and Expo and saw the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management offer small business loans for victims of June's derecho.