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INVESTIGATION CONTINUES INTO BRIDGETON MAN’S FALL

A man fell in Bridgeton and is in critical condition. Bridgeton Police say the man is at the Cooper University Hospital. The incident took place on June 9 in the area of Division Street. Police are looking for anyone with information to call 856-451-0033. He suffered head and pelvic injuries.

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LAWMAKER PROPOSES ONLINE SALES OF LOTTERY TICKETS

One North Jersey lawmaker believes the days of you having to stand in line to buy a lottery ticket should end.  Democratic Assemblywoman Annette Quijano of Union County has proposed a new law that would allow state residents to purchase lottery tickets either online, or from their cell phones.  Quijano …

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SENATE COMMITTEE APPROVES PENSION BILL

More than two dozen union members were arrested in Trenton Thursday as they protested a new bill designed to change the pension and health benefit system for public workers.  The Senate Budget Committee approved a new bill on Thursday to change the system after four hours of hearings.  Among those …

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STATE: ROUTE 52 NORTHBOUND CLOSES NEXT TUESDAY

Route 52 northbound will be closed to traffic from Ocean City into Somers Point this Tuesday night, June 21. Route 52 northbound, along the entire causeway, is scheduled to be closed from 8 p.m. until around 10 a.m. the following day.  All work is weather-dependent. The overnight closure is necessary to accommodate …

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STORMS POSSIBLE THURSDAY NIGHT, FRIDAY

The National Weather Service predicts a chance of thunderstorms for Cape May County anytime over the next 36 hours.  Some unstable air is over our region, and as of 6:00pm Thursday, a line of thunderstorms was moving towards Delaware.  Any storms could produce heavy rainfall, and thunder.  There is a …

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VIDEO: VEHICLE FIRE ON PARKWAY

A vehicle fire took place on the Garden State Parkway northbound, just north of mile marker 7. Coastal Broadcasting first got reports of the incident just prior to 1 p.m. No word yet on possible injuries. When new information becomes available, Coastal Broadcasting will pass it along.

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FISHING BOAT OWNER ACC– USED OF CONSPIRACY

The Press of Atlantic City reports that the owner of a commercial fishing boat  has been indicted on charges of conspiracy to collect on a $400,000 insurance claim. A federal grand jury indicted 38 year old Scott Tran of Cherry Hill, saying he hired several men to sink his vessel, …

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WILDWOOD COULD CHARGE OWNERS OF ANIMAL HO– USES

The effort to fight “animal houses” in Wildwood could be taking a big step forward. Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano told Coastal Broadcasting that the city is looking at a program that would charge property owners if police need to come out and put a police officer at the site. Troiano …

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