This week we saw the conviction of a Galloway man accused of throwing his baby from a bridge and reported that all township employees, including the police department, will receive layoff notices on Monday.
Here are some highlights from the past week's news:
On Tuesday, we discussed packing lunches for your children, heard from New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez, looked at the academic calendar at Absegami High School and reported that Atlantic Cape Community College reopened after a bomb threat forced its closure.
On Wednesday, we reported that Kline Construction and Purdy Collision have teamed up with the Red Cross to battle a blood shortage, reported that a Bronx woman was found guilty of mortgage fraud in Atlantic City.
On Thursday, we posted the final list of school board and city council candidates, reported that Tim McKenna will become Galloway Township's new fire chief and posted an update about the trial of the Galloway man who was accused of throwing his daughter into the Raritan River.
On Friday, we asked who you think will win the 2012 presidential election, reported that efforts are continuing for south Jersey representation on the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, reported that Shamsiddin Abdur-Raheem was found guilty of murder by throwing his three-month old daughter off the Driscoll Bridge and reported that two fugitives were arrested for drugs and weapons by the Galloway Township Police Department.
On Saturday, we reported that a resolution to support fair trade is on Tuesday's City Council agenda, heard from Mike Suleiman about his trip to Charlotte for the Democratic National Convention and reported that township employees will receive layoff notices on Monday.