Egg Harbor Township NJ

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Redevelopment Plan For Black Horse Pike Moves Forward

Egg Harbor Township mayor Sonny McCullough recalls the neighborhood where the bodies of four women were found seven years ago.


(A discreet sign marks South Jersey's first medicinal marijuana dispensary.  Credit: Jim Melwert)

South Jersey’s First Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opens For Business

Compassionate Care Foundation is tucked back in an industrial park in Egg Harbor Township. No walk-ins are allowed; it’s by appointment only.


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Over 40 Cars Burglarized In Egg Harbor Twp., N.J. Spree

Egg Harbor Township Police are investigating a spree of car burglaries that happened in residential sections of the township.


(Chef Terry French.  Credit: Hadas Kuznits)

South Jersey ‘Extreme’ Chef Making Thanksgiving Meals For Hurricane Sandy Victims

A local celebrity chef is using his talents this Thanksgiving to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.


(One lonely package of hot dog rolls is all that was left of bread products in one Philadelphia grocery store ahead of Sandy's onslaught.  Credit: Michelle Durham)

Got Emergency Food AND Power? Food Banks Plead For Your Stockpiles

If you are now one of the lucky ones whose power has NOT gone out, and you don’t need all that stuff, local food banks hope you’ll consider them.


(Members of the science department faculty at Springside Academy -- Dirk Parker, Carie Szalay, Marianne Maloy, and Ellen Kruger -- pose amid the school's second solar array installation.  Photo provided)

Schools in Radnor, Egg Harbor, and Chestnut Hill Win Environmentalism Awards

Three local schools have been named “Green Ribbon” schools by the US Department of Education, in a program that honors the best in environmental education and conservation.


(The Atlantic City Expressway.  File photo by Mike DeNardo)

Pre-Teens Charged With Throwing Rocks At Vehicles On A.C. Expressway

A pair of 12-year-old boys have been arrested by New Jersey state troopers in South Jersey, accused of throwing debris off an overpass into traffic on the Atlantic City Expressway.


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Part 3: New Building Codes and Standards

KYW’s John McDevitt reports that many New Jersey coastal communities have stronger building standards in place today because of earlier hurricanes — notably Hurricane Katrina in 2005.