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MIDDLE GIRLS SET FOR STATE SEMI IN SOCCER

The Middle Township Girls soccer team will play for the chance to go to a state championship game tonight. The team will face A.L. Johnson tonight at 7 p.m. in the state semifinal game. Johnson won the Central Jersey championship. The game is at Washington Township High School. The team …

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REPORT: RESORTS SALE IS READY TO GO

A new report says that Resorts Atlantic City is ready to be sold to Dennis Gomes next month. The Press of Atlantic City reports that all issues regarding the sale have been worked out and Gomes told the paper that the sale is ready to go through. All 2,000 plus …

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STATE LAWMAKERS ASK FOR BAN OF FULL BODY SCANS

State lawmakers in both parties are asking Congress to stop a new airport scanning machine that allows a full body view. The resolution was passed on Monday. TSA officials rolled out these machines in Newark. The machines check for weapons by allowing a TSA official to see under a person …

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ROUTE 52 CA– USEWAY TO BE CLOSED ON TUESDAY

The New Jersey Department of Transportation today announced that the Route 52 Causeway will be closed to traffic for a scheduled federal bridge safety inspection of the Ninth Street drawbridge over Beach Thorofare leading into Ocean City. The entire Route 52 Causeway will be closed to traffic between Somers Point …

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STATE MAY APPROVE ONLINE POKER GAME

The State of New Jersey may be the first in the country to legalize online casino games.  The website northjersey.com reports that a Senate Budget Committee approved the state’s first online poker game.  A $30 million horse racing purse subsidy would be replaced by revenue derived from income courtesy of …

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LOBIONDO APPLAUDS FUNDING FOR BAY, RIVER CLEANUP

U.S. Congressman Frank A. LoBiondo (NJ-02), Ranking Member of the House Coast Guard & Maritime Security Subcommittee, today applauded the award of $27.5 million to federal and state agencies to restore areas of the Delaware River and Bay damaged by the 2004 Athos I oil spill. “Today’s announcement is certainly …

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MORE DENSE FOG EXPECTED TONIGHT, TUESDAY MORNING

The National Weather Service has posted a Dense Fog Advisory for the Jersey Cape for Monday evening, into Tuesday morning.  Here is the content of the advisory: … Dense fog advisory in effect from 8 PM this evening to 4 am EST Tuesday… The National Weather Service in Mount Holly …

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FINES COULD CLIMB FOR TALKING, TEXTING WHILE DRIVING

New Jersey lawmakers may soon make it very expensive for you to get caught talking or texting on your cell phone while behind the wheel of a car. A senate committee approved a new measure on Monday that would increase the first and second offenses for drivers who are caught …

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FORMER CAL BASEBALL STAR TO AVOID JAIL TIME

A former baseball star from South Jersey appeared in court today to face charges that he allegedly was involved in a theft at a car dealership where he worked.  The Press of Atlantic City reports Monday that former Vineland High School baseball star Darren Ford, now a member of the …

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TEEN ROBBED IN LOWER TOWNSHIP, TWO ARRESTED

Lower Township Police have announced the arrests of two individuals after they allegedly robbed a teenager over the weekend in the Villas.  Township police say 19 year old Kailar Sotomayor of the Villas along with a 16-year old juvenile from Middle Township were both charged with robbery.  Police say a …

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