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OCEAN CITY – Maliha Chowdhury was a bright, young senior at Ocean City High School. Her family, friends and teachers say she had a beautiful smile, a kind heart, and was artistically creative.
OCEAN CITY — The pristine first-floor condominium at 2820 Wesley Ave. in the heart of the Gold Coast features a private rooftop deck with an ocean view just across the street from the beach.
SOMERS POINT — Gov. Phil Murphy recently announced the award of a $200,000 Safe Streets to Transit grant to Somers Point, one of only four grants awarded throughout the state.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland and New Jersey State Police Colonel Patrick J. Callahan on Friday announced the arrest of Richard Hoffman, 24, of Mays Landing, on first degree child pornography charges.
UPPER TOWNSHIP — By the time those who attended the Upper Township Committee meeting Monday, Feb. 10, had a chance to weigh in on a resolution declaring the township a “Second Amendment Sanctuary,” the votes had already been cast.
SEA ISLE CITY – A mid-February Saturday in Sea Isle City, with temperatures in the 40s, looked more like a July weekend, according to Katherine Custer, Sea Isle City’s director of community services and public information officer.
NORTHFIELD — A Northfield resident who represents a group advocating for counties/municipalities to become Second Amendment/Lawful Gun Owner sanctuaries called for an end to what he felt are draconian gun laws in New Jersey.
Ocean City High School junior Erin Hanlon broke the 400-meter indoor school record Monday, Feb. 3, at the New York City armory Track & Field at 168th Street at the Varsity Classic Meet. Her time was 59.78 seconds, breaking Lauren McHale’s 1998 record of 1:01.19, according to OCHS winter track coach Matt Purdue. McHale remains part of a slightly older record set in the 1996-97 season, the 4x400 meters with Megan McNulty, Mary-Beth Wendorf and Kathleen Schmid. Current teammate Alexa Palmieri finished second in the 3200-meter invitational at the meet. Palmieri’s time was 11:23.04. The junior finished behind Indian Hills sophomore Allison Lounsbury, who won in 11:17.08
By KRISTEN KELLEHER
The Ocean City School District provides a good education for its students. Now it is clear the district empowers students to speak up for themselves.