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LAUTENBERG ASKS FCC TO REVIEW NJN DEAL

A new deal between the state and WNET for NJN is going to be scrutinized some more. U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg said he asked the Federal Communications Commission to look at the agreement Lautenberg met with the chairman of the FCC and wanted to ensure the deal is looking out for …

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DEMOCRATS GET WRITE IN CANDIDATE IN MIDDLE TOWNSHIP

Democrats in Middle Township will have a candidate. Sam Kelly has accepted the nomination to run for township committee. Kelly was written in during the primary election on Tuesday. Deputy Mayor Nate Doughty decided that he didn’t want to run for reelection this year. Steve Russell is running as an …

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AVALON POLICE CHARGE LOCAL MAN WITH CRIME

Avalon Police have charged a 27 year old Middle Township man with Obstruction of Justice as they continue to investigate an assault that occurred in the Borough during the recent Memorial Day weekend. Avalon Police Chief David Dean announced that Ryan J. Davies of Cape May Court House has been …

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COAST GUARD CREW TARGETED WITH LASER POINTER

A Coast Guard helicopter crew roughly two miles off the coast of Ocean City, N.J., was targeted by an individual with a laser pointer at approximately 9 p.m. Tuesday. An MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew from Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City, N.J., was performing hoist training with a TowBoatUS crew …

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SECOND HEAT WAVE HITS JERSEY SHORE

Except temperatures to be in the 90’s for the next three days. A heat wave is hitting the Jersey Shore. The warm temperatures should push people to visit the beach this weekend for relief. Last year’s bounce back summer season was attributed in part to the warm weather. Temperatures could …

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REPUBLICANS WIN PRIMARY IN LEGISLATIVE RACE

David DeWeese helped lead the Republicans to victory in the legislative race. DeWeese is running for state senate, alongside Stone Harbor Mayor Suzanne Walters and Cumberland County Freeholder Sam Fiocchi, who are each running for Assembly. Thomas Greto, Peter Boyce and Paul Halley decided to run off the line. DeWeese, …

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WILDWOOD LOOKING FOR HELP WITH BUDGET FROM STATE

The Wildwood City Commission is looking to the state for help with its budget. Mayor Ernie Troiano told Coastal Broadcasting that the city plans to talk with the state over numbers that they say do not match up versus the budget that was passed by the prior administration. The Press …

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