Shorepoints – 12 January 2017 – News from Hook to Cape

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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!

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– Free welding classes will be offered to the unemployed by Brookdale and Ocean County community colleges this February and March, says the Atlantic Highlands Herald.

– Giamano’s Restaurant in Bradley Beach has closed its doors after more than three decades, according to The Coaster.

– Plans for a proposed three-story, 105-room “Hotel LBI” in Ship Bottom is undergoing minor changes, and The Sandpaper has the details.

– An Atlantic City campus and technology park for Stockton University is expected to “drive Atlantic County into future,” writes the Press of Atlantic City.

– The 14-year-old Ocean City High School student who was struck by a vehicle while crossing to board her school bus earlier this month is able to leave the hospital where she was recovering, states Shore News Today.

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