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STATE SENATOR BLASTS CHRISTIE FOR BEING OUT OF STATE

A high ranking democratic state senator is openly criticizing republican Governor Chris Christie for being out of state and the same time Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno is also out of state.  State Senator Raymond Lesniak says the state “clearly made a mistake” by creating the position of lieutenant governor if …

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REPORT: CARTY STATEMENTS NOT ADMISSIBLE IN COURT

Some statements made by a murder suspect who has ties to this area will not be admissible in court.  The Press of Atlantic City reports that some statements made by George J. Carty III during an interrogation at a West Virginia police department cannot be used in his upcoming trial. …

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MAN STEALS MONEY FROM CHURCH ON CHRISTMAS DAY

Ocean City Police announced that charges have been brought against a man who stole money from a local church on Christmas Day.  Police in the resort charged 42 year old Steven Patterson with taking $300 from St. John’s Lutheran Church on Central Avenue on Saturday, December 25th.  Police say the …

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HO– USE FIRE IN SEAVILLE MONDAY, NO INJURIES

Fire departments from northern Cape May County responded to a house fire in Upper Township Monday afternoon.  A fire broke out at a home on Hope Corson Road early Monday afternoon.  New Jersey State Police report that the occupants of the home were able to make it out safely, and …

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BOARDWALK BASKETBALL CLASSIC TO BEGIN TUESDAY

A six day holiday basketball tournament in the Wildwoods is getting started, two days late.  The annual Boardwalk Basketball Classic will get underway at the Wildwoods Convention Center on Tuesday, at 10am.  Tournament organizers cancelled the first two days of the six day tournament on Sunday and Monday due to …

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NEW JERSEY TRANSIT WITH MODIFIED SCHEDULE ON TUESDAY

New Jersey Transit will be operating a modified rail and bus schedule on Tuesday.  The state’s public transportation agency announced that it will continue with a so-called “enhanced” weekend schedule throughout the day on Tuesday, with the exception of the Atlantic City Rail Line, which will operate under a regular …

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SNOWFALL: UNION COUNTY BIG WINNER, OVER 30 INCHES OF SNOW

The Christmas weekend blizzard that slammed the Jersey Shore also hit the northeastern part of the state as well.  Union County appears to be the big ‘winner’ in the snowfall race with 31.8 inches falling in the city of Elizabeth.  This eclipses the local snowfall high of 26.5 inches that …

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BUS SERVICE REMAINS SUSPENDED

It is not clear when New Jersey Transit buses will begin running again. Service was suspended on Sunday night and have yet to begin running again. Many roads remain closed and highways have speed restrictions placed on them. NJ Transit is running a limited train schedule throughout the state. Officials …

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CAPE MAY COUNTY ADDRESSES MANY CLOSED ROADS

Cape May County officials say that many roads are closed. Some of those include:  Fullingmill Road in Lower, will remain closed until the winds subside. Bayshore Road south of the Cape May Canal Seashore Road south of the West Cape May Bridge, Breakwater Road at the Airport, Shunpike Road in …

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SNOW TOTALS: DENNISVILLE BIG WINNER, OVER 26 INCHES

Here are following storm snowfall totals as provided by the National Weather Service, as of 10:00am Monday: Cape May County… Dennisville 26.5 947 am 12/27 Eldora 25.0 946 am 12/27 Erma 22.0 945 am 12/27 North Cape May 21.0 945 am 12/27 Green Creek 18.5 944 am 12/27 Cape May …

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