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first_imgMartin Pagliughi, director of the Cape May County Office of Emergency Management, touts the importance of the county’s reverse 911 system. Cape May County will be testing its Code Red system on June 7 between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. The program is a reverse 911 system to notify residents during major storms or disasters. Roughly 100,000 people who have signed up for the service in Cape May County will get the message via a phone call, text or email.County officials use the Code Red system to warn residents and visitors during a major storm or in a similarly significant event.“We did a test last year that went well, but it is important to ensure that our equipment and software is working properly every year,” said Martin Pagliughi, the director of the Office of Emergency Management. “Testing the system now lets us know that in the event of a serious storm, we can inform residents and visitors of emerging situations.”County officials are notifying the public ahead of time so there is no concern that there is a real emergency when the test goes off. The message will make it clear that a test is being conducted and no actual emergency is taking place.“We take being prepared very seriously here in Cape May County,” said Cape May County Freeholder Director Gerald M. Thornton, who is the liaison to the Office of Emergency Management. “We have seen in New Jersey what a major storm event can do. Having a direct connection via this Code Red system allows us to be as timely as possible with information to residents.”If residents or visitors want to self-register for Code Red alerts they can do so on the Emergency Management website for Cape May County at capemaycountynj.gov/149/Emergency-Management. The system will accept home numbers, cell phone numbers and email addresses. Just click the Code Red icon on that page.last_img read more

first_imgThe St. Louis Cardinals 5th grade boys basketball team played their 2nd game of the season tonight and suffered their first loss at the hands of the Mt. Carmel Vikings by the score of 37 – 29.It was another competitive game as the Cardinals were down by only two points with under one minute left to play in the game.Despite the loss, this team is extremely talented and continues to learn and get better every day. The team was led in scoring by Ben Harmeyer (12), Charlie Schebler (12), Nate Reder (2), Cy Muckerheide (2) and Nate Vankirk (1). Aiden Geers, Jack Hollins, Luke Meer and Luke Meyer were very important to a very hard fought team effort!The next game will be this Thursday, November 12 at home against Laurel at 6:00pm. Please come out to the game and cheer on the Cardinals!Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Ryan Schebler.last_img read more

first_imgThe Las Palmas Sports Union has communicated the death of Aurelio Campa, former player of the yellow team in two different stages, and winner of two consecutive league championships with Real Madrid in the 1950s.Campa, who was acting as a defense, was born in 1933 in the capital of Spain and also defended Betis, Badajoz and Granada.At Real Madrid he was proclaimed a league champion in the seasons 1953-54 and 1954-55, and he also won a Latin Cup. With the UD Las Palmas he debuted on May 6, 1956 in a Cup match against Atlético de Madrid, being coach of the island team Satur Grech.He played a total of 25 games with the yellow team, and the last one against San Fernando de Cádiz, in the 1960-61 season, after four consecutive campaigns after arriving in a second stage from Granada, where he had won the League Second Division.“The UD Las Palmas wants to express its deepest regret to close family and friends,” said the island club in a statement published on its official website.last_img read more