O.C. Police Join ‘No Shave November’ to Help Battle Cancer

first_imgThe Ocean City Police Department in conjunction with Ocean City PBA Local No. 61 will be taking part in the No-Shave November fundraiser that will benefit local families battling cancer.With full support from Chief Chad Callahan, officers will be donating/raising money for local families affected by cancer. In return, Chief Callahan waived the department’s policy towards shaving for the entire month.Officer Pat Walsh and Detective Mark Pancoast are coordinating this fundraising effort. No Shave November is used to grow awareness by embracing our hair, which many cancer patients lose. Consider donating the money you usually spend on shaving and grooming for a month to aid those fighting the battle against cancer.To donate, please go to www.ocpba.com and contribute to our fundraiser. Please consider helping these local families in need. Thank you in advance for your consideration and generous donations.For more information, contact Detective Mark Pancoast at 609-525-9128 or at [email protected] j.us or visit www.ocpba.com.— News release from the Ocean City Police Departmentlast_img read more


first_imgThe DMK MLA is harping on performance even as AIADMKThe DMK MLA is harping on performance even as AIADMK accuses him of being inaccessible. Local AIADMK leaders said that Rajaa is not seen often in public, a charge which the DMK leader dismissed as “lies”.Rajaa claimed that he is the only MLA in the state to have a dedicated telephone line to be contacted anytime and that he responds to issues. “The AIADMK has got nothing to sell than lies,” he alleged. He is harping on his five-year performance, including renovating the local railway station when DMK was a UPA constituent. Many times the funds were “rejected” or “unutilised” by the local administration, he claimed. “I got sanctioned a sports complex from (then Sports Minister of UPA) Ajay Makhen. Further, I ensured renovation of existing bridges and other infrastructure network,” he said.His promises for this election include modernisation of Mannargudi bus stand, a new bus stand at nearby Needamangalam and desilting of Vaduvur lake which caters to about 10,000 acres of land.AIADMK, on its part, is confident that the party-led governments schemes will fetch it a sound win against DMK.”In this constituency, Ammas (Jayalalithaa) schemes have a 100 per cent reach and we are very confident that this will fetch us a massive victory,” N Swaminathan, one of the poll managers of party candidate Kamaraj, said. Modernisation of the bus stand and Underground Drainage are Kamarajs main promises to electorate, numbering around 2.41 lakh. “I will be faithful to the people,” he told PTI. The ruling party is also targeting Rajaa on the CBM issue. Local leaders recall that when Rajaas father Baalu lost the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, it was the largest margin in this Assembly segment which came under Thanjavur Parliamentary constituency.advertisementThey said Baalu had trailed by 17,515 votes in Mannargudi and expressed confidence that a similar mood among people, of defeating DMK, prevails now also.But Rajaa dismisses the issue as “AIADMK flogging a dead horse” and said this will not affect his prospects. The constituency was represented by CPI five times since 1967 while DMK and Congress candidates have also won the seat. PTI SA APR RC RTlast_img read more