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CAPE MAY COUNTY LIKELY TO AWARD TO MAJOR CONTRACTS

A resurfacing contract is expected to be awared today during a Cape May County Freeholder meeting. The freeholders are expected to award a contract for just under $2 million to South State Inc for resurfascing improvements between Cresse and Youngs aves. in Wildwood. Also, A $2.3 million contract could be authorized …

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FLU SHOT CLINIC NEXT WEEK IN CAPE MAY COUNTY

A final flu shot clinic will be provided by Cape May County next week. The clinic will take place on Friday, January 6th from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Cape May County Department of Health located at 6 Moore Road, Cape May Court House (Exit 11 off the GSP). …

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GRANT FUNDING HANDED OUT FOR HOMELESS SHELTERS

Some big bucks will help out a local homeless shelter. Gov. Chris Christie’s office announced before the holiday weekend that $160,000 will be going to the Vineland shelter. The overall goal of the money is going to help with rehabbing efforts and to create additional bed space at shelters in …

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FIRE SENDS FOUR OUT OF HOMES IN VINELAND

A fire destroyed four people’s holiday on Christmas. Authorities in Vineland confirm that the incident took place on the 400 block of North East Ave. No injuries were reported in the blaze. An investigation is continuing, but there has yet to be an indication into what started the fire. The …

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CHRISTIE COULD BE OPEN TO VICE PRESIDENT RUN

Could New Jersey still lose Gov. Chris Christie? While Christie has ruled out a run for President, he has yet to say that he would not be a vice-president candidate. Christie has become a strong supporter of Mitt Romney and his candidacy for President. When questioned over the past month, …

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BEYEL, SHEETS, READY TO SERVE FOR FINAL MEETING

It will be the final meeting for two long time Cape May County Freeholders. Dan Beyel and Ralph Sheets will be serving on the board for the final time on Tuesday. A reorganization meeting will be held after the new year when Kristine Gabor and William Morey are sworn in. …

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OVER AN INCH OF RAIN POSSIBLE TUESDAY NIGHT

The drive home on Tuesday night could be a wet one. The National Weather Service says they are expecting nearly an inch of rain in South Jersey on Tuesday night. The storm should clear by midnight on Tuesday and the rest of the week should be a dry one. Temperatures …

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BOARDWALK BASKETBALL CLASSIC RETURNS, BEGINS TODAY

An annual basketball tradition is back. The Boardwalk Basketball Classic returns today with exciting high school basketball action. Many local teams as well as greats from around the Northeast are competing in this year’s tournament. This year’s event includes the “Battle at the Boards” on Jan. 2, which features all …

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AGREEMENT REACHED TO REPAY BEACH THEATRE LOAN

A local group will begin paying back $102,000. The Cape May County Herald reports an agreement has been reached by Cape May City and the Beach Theatre Foundation for the foundation to begin paying back a $100,000 loan. $2,000 extra is added to the loan due to interest. The group …

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LYNCH HELPS PROVIDE CHRISTMAS JOY TO 200 FAMILIES

It was a special Christmas for nearly 200 families. A local charity group, Lunch with Lynch, helped provide bikes, toys, coats and food cards to 197 families. Most of that aid went to families on the Wildwood island, but some were offshore as well. The “Lynch that stole Christmas” program …

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