Cape May Dredging Forum in October

first_imgThe Cape May County Chamber of Commerce will host its Dredging Forum “Our Economy is Aground” on Monday, October 19, 2015 at Stone Harbor Golf Club from 6:00 to 8:30 pm.Congressman Frank LoBiondo will be the keynote speaker addressing concerns on the federal level followed by a panel of speakers to discuss dredging issues on the state and local levels.“New Jersey is in crisis mode. The need to dredge our waterways is affecting our economy, in terms of tourism, real estate and local governments, and we need answers,” stated the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce in the event announcement.Topics to be covered include Winter Flounder Regulations; New Disposal Options; New and Pending Legislation; Regional Solutions; and Re-Use Opportunities.This event is sponsored by Hatch Mott MacDonald.[mappress mapid=”21219″]last_img read more

Listen to CavsLand, Ohio Podcast: “Bridge Over Troubled Cuyahoga?”

first_img Matt Medley Matt Medley is co-editor at NEO Sports Insiders, covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians and high school sports in Northeast Ohio.Follow @MedleyHoops on Twitter for live updates from games. Matt Medley and Brandon Larador discuss the latest Cavs news, rumors, and preview the upcoming games on Wednesday, March 9th’s edition of the CavsLand, Ohio Podcast.They discuss the merits of rumors involving LeBron James and Kyrie Irving, and their futures in Cleveland, along with the prospects of winning an NBA Championship in June.This week’s episode is titled “Bridge Over Troubled Cuyahoga?” Related TopicsCavsCleveland CavaliersKevin LoveKyrie IrvingLebron JamesNBAlast_img read more

Buckeye Valley Barons Win on the Road Against Centerburg Trojans

first_img Related TopicsBuckeye Valley BaronsCenterburg Trojans by Logan KelleherOverall team confidence played a huge part in a win today for Buckeye Valley.It was a 51-25 victory for the Barons, with three players scoring in double digits. Dylan Herbert had 15 to lead the Barons, with Stone Foltz and Austin Richard each adding 10. Clark Newland was a point away from getting into the double digits, finishing with nine.Foltz hit two threes in the second quarter on the way to building a 30-5 halftime lead.“The teams motivation was really high, everybody’s confidence was helping me build my confidence,” Foltz said after the game.The confidence was high for Richard as well. He spoke highly of his teammates when asked about how he got his points.“My points came from my teammates.”Centerburg finally got a spark in the third quarter, scoring 11 points, and finishing off the quarter trailing 42-16. They matched Buckeye Valley with nine points in the fourth quarter, with the final being 51-25.“We try to talk to the players a lot about playing their strengths and playing their roles,” head coach Andy Gast said after the game.Gast added that Richard and Foltz were playing to their strengths, but he also said their were some negatives, mainly that the Barons had 23 turnovers..The win will be a motivator for the Barons, as they play Marion Harding on Jan. 4, the fourth of five straight road games for Buckeye Valley. Centerburg will play Northmor on Jan. 5, the first of four road games. NEO HS Stafflast_img read more