Trampolines, Equality, Nor’Easter Aftermath – Tuesday’s Roundup

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We know you’ve always wanted something else to do with your kids/grandchildren/nieces/nephews around here, particularly when it’s not a beach day. How about a trampoline park? Yes, it’s real – opening in the fall of this year at the Hamilton mall. Route 40 has the story.

You’ve probably read by now Amy Rosenberg’s piece about the Atlantic County freeholder who joked whether the women’s marchers would end “in time for them to cook dinner?” NJ Spotlight writes about it smartly by pairing it with the failure – just yesterday – of a measure in the state senate that would have strengthened equal pay protection.  “It’s not like we’re in the 1700s,” said Egg Harbor Township’s John Carman, the freeholder who made the aforementioned ‘joke’.

Nor’Easter Aftermath
Thousands are without power across the state and our Facebook feeds and Instagram are filling up with pictures of beach erosion on Absecon Island. It’s going to be a long clean-up. has the best morning-after storm blog (that we’ve seen so far) here, they’re updating it with rolling news from South Jersey and Philadelphia.

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The rest of today’s headlines include news on the Forsythe Wildlife Refuge, the end (?) of balloons at the shore, and a series of Galloway car burglaries. Full details below:

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