Shorepoints – 10 January 2017 – News from Hook to Cape
Welcome to today’s edition of Shorepoints, bringing you news bites from up and down the Jersey coastline through a myriad of independent community news sources. Enjoy!
– The Two River Times reports that the leadership in Atlantic Highlands appears split on certain issues in the new year.
– After over a year standing vacant as a result of a fire, the Carriage Square shopping center in West Long Branch should be open early next month, says Word on the Shore.
– The Asbury Park Sun presents a rundown of upcoming community events for the city.
– The Coaster asked 17 people out and about in the coastal Monmouth County region what they expected from President-Elect Donald Trump’s four-year term.
– Blogfinger continues its consideration of an application for another drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in Ocean Grove with an editorial on the economic implications of such operations there.
– Officers with the Ocean City Police Department will be on hand in aiding with the security detail during President-Elect Donald Trump’s inauguration later this month, according to OCNJ Daily.
– Woodbine Borough reorganized their government for the new year and its mayor delivered a ‘state of the borough,’ posts the Cape May County Herald.