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Garvey Races in Full Swing This Summer
By Pat Johnson | Jul 24, 2019 Photo by: Kevin Kearney Garvey races take off at South Green Street in Tuckerton Tuckerton — The Jersey Outlaw Racing Association hosts its third speed garvey race of the season in Tuckerton Cove off Tuckerton’s South Green Street Park on Sunday, July 28. The first and second races were well attended, according to organizer Paul Hulse, with the first race at Tuckerton Beach drawing between 500 and 800 spectators to the free event. The three-quarter of a mile water course takes place between 250 and 500 feet off the beach so everyone gets a good look, he said. Three or four boats race against each other in three-lap races. The first race of the season saw two racers bounced from their boats into the water, but…
How Skipping Church Affects Our Children
In a Q&A, Carl Trueman was asked about why churches today are losing their young people. Typical answers to this question range from things like the temptations of this world or the irrelevance…
Not fade away... how robots are preserving our old newspapers
In a Yorkshire outpost of the British Library, archivists using the latest conservation technology are digitising 300 years of newspapers – and that’s just for starters
Blakely seeking Fletcher Town Council seat to help with growth, bring 'fresh ideas'
FLETCHER — Preston Blakely said Friday he's seeking a seat on Fletcher Town Council to give back to the community that shaped who he is.
'We're just pawns.' FMC employees must wait for pay
While correctional officer Heidi Wiplinger has gone through three government shutdowns in her 12 years at the Federal Medical Center, this one feels different.
Marching Dukes anticipate another great season
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Answer Man: Newspaper clippings in the voting booth?
Editor’s note: A reader asks about what’s acceptable in the voting booth. Luckily, the Answer Man fielded this same question in November 2010.
Stop The Presses! Newspapers Affect Us, Often In Ways We Don't Realize
"Fake news" is a phrase that may seem specific to our particular moment and time in American history. But Columbia University Professor Andie