This week we saw a new councilman sworn in, asked for you to vote for some of your favorite businesses and met triplets who survived a premature birth.
Here are some highlights from the past week's news:
On Monday, we , saw area farmers , reported that for certain Atlantic County non-profit organizations, asked you to vote for and reported that two men have been sued for a bogus 9/11 charity.
On Tuesday, we met a family that is celebrating the birthdays of triplets who were born premature, asked you to vote for , asked if you think judges should pay , saw to the Atlantic County Board of Taxation and saw a Texas pair .
On Wednesday, we asked you to , saw a recent Absegami graduate , heard advocates for the Atlantic Riding Center and reported that to the Galloway Township Council.
On Thursday, we saw the truck that transported a piece for Barnegat's 9/11 memorial , looked at in the township, asked you to vote for and saw John Mooney .
On Friday, we asked you to , announced that a financial planning certificate for Stockton students in less than a year, saw some photos from the , reported that aquatic and beach-related trauma injuries , according to AtlantiCare, and reported that a fisherman who suffered a heart attack on a commercial fishing vessel has been .
On Saturday, we met a company that to Atlantic County.