OCEAN VIEW — Teresa Doughten brings 30 to 40 years of experience with her as owner of Teresa D’s Bruncheonette, which has been named an outstanding business by the Upper Township Business Association.
I love gardenias. Whenever I pass the hardy gardenia plants in the nursery, I have to stop to smell them. They are truly one of my favorite scents. I have a beautiful bloom on my kitchen table right now.
SOMERS POINT — A resurgence of sorts is afoot in the southern end of Bay Avenue, with the owner of one long-stalled restaurant about to propose a new, smaller concept and another changing themes.
SOMERS POINT — The 10th annual Assault on Patcong Creek, a Somers Point-based crabbing tournament that draws hundreds of participants and about 1,500 people to its annual tournament after-party, returns to area waters this month.
Editor’s note: There are a number of local competitors at the Miss New Jersey Pageant this week, including Natalie Ragazzo and Abigail Waid. This story features Tuckahoe’s Madison Kennelly.
OCEAN CITY – The Ocean City Juneteenth Organization will host the third annual Juneteenth Celebration & Brunch 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 15 to commemorate the historical and cultural legacy of Ocean City’s Black community.
OCEAN CITY – Suzanne Hornick was bothered by flooding in her neighborhood so much that she approached city council years ago to complain.
Frank Theatres, owner of the former Beach Theatre complex in Cape May, the Rio Mall, the former Kmart shopping center in Rio Grande and the Rio Stadium 12 Theatre at that location, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Most people are familiar with tuna. I would bet most people have eaten tuna salad sandwiches, or eaten tuna at a sushi restaurant. One of the most popular shows on the National Geographic channel is “Wicked Tuna,” which has shown the general public the beauty and power of the bluefin tuna.
UPPER TOWNSHIP — Township Committee has approved a contract for media consulting services with Larry Trulli, the Republican Committee leader for Upper Township.