Tuesday Dec 10
N.J. dolphin deaths ease as virus heads south for the winter
A dead dolphin lies on the beach at the end of DeNormandie Ave. in Fair Haven. Though the reports of dolphin deaths along the Jersey shore have tailed off, a viral outbreak is still killing the animals.
Phil Guenther named New Jersey superintendent of year
Atlantic County Institute of Technology Superintendent Philip J. Guenther has been named the New Jersey Superintendent of the Year by the New Jersey Association of School Administrators.
Asbury Park Press
Expert: Dolphin that stranded in Keansburg may not have died from morbillivirus
A dolphin that was discovered on a Keansburg beach Monday in a decomposed state is the latest to strand on a New Jersey beach this year.
The Jersey Journal
Virus killing bottlenose dolphins may be jumping species, report says
New Jersey officials were hoping the winter weather would put an end to the mysterious deaths of dozens of bottlenose dolphins, whose bodies were washing up along the Jersey Shore.
Lower Township Gazette
Kennedys have baby daughter in Galloway hospital
Nora Kara Kennedy, daughter of Amy and Patrick J. Kennedy of Brigantine, was born at 3:11 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19 at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center weighing 6 pounds, 11 ounces and measuring 18A1 4 inches.
The Black River News
Hurricane Sandy: One Year Later
One year later, there are few physical reminders of the powerful storm that hit New Jersey last year.