A home health agency (HHA) operator, with a Court House location, has agreed to pay $17 million to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by paying kickbacks through the purchase of two HHAs from a retirement home operator in Arizona.
- Chick-fil-A Rumors Unfounded
- WWII Projectile Causes Multiple Wildwood Home Evacuations
- Heritage’s Dairy Store in Court House Permanently Closed
- Lower Township Police Report Oct. 25-31
- Wildwood Police Nab Parolee Who Took Off Ankle Monitor
- B.L. England Plant Site Sold
- Cape May Ice Skating Rink Delayed to ’22
- Himebaugh Case Remains Active 30 Years Later
- Family Seeks Help Locating Stolen Christmas Decorations
- Status of SIC’s Polar Bear Weekend Questioned
- Townbank - To the Townbank spouter thanking BIden for the infrastructure bill, are you on the same planet as me?, That's Bizarre.
- Townbank - The Democratic Party doesn’t seem very democratic to me. I wonder if they understand the irony?
- Lower Township - It's thoughts and prayers time again conservatives! Another school murder by a 15 year old armed with a semi-auto handgun. Three kids dead, others wounded. But hey! Guns don't kill,...
- Sea Isle City - Another parade in Sea Isle and no pictures up in the recreation or tourism social media. Does the tourism or recreation departments have employees in the off season that work after 5:00pm?
- Villas - There is Dope Delivery by bike, ATV and LTPD won't pull them over for equipment violations at night and find the dope. Business is so good that now they have to be innovative. While out making...