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MASSIVE AIR CONDITIONING UNIT STOLEN FROM CHURCH

A new report says an air conditioner unit was taken from a Vineland church. The News of Cumberland County reports the incident took place at the Christian Love Church on the 500 block of East Birch St. The unit comes in at 10 tons and is worth $25,000. The pastor …

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SOME RESIST PRIVATIZATION EFFORTS OF NJN

A deal to privatize New Jersey Network may not be done. The Star-Ledger reports that some in the legislature are against a plan that would have WNET out of New York take over the operations of the television station. Some say that all of the workers at the TV network …

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CHRISTIE AGREES TO PAY FOR PERSONAL HELICOPTER TRIPS

Gov. Chris Christie is going to repay the state for his use of a State Police helicopter. The news broke on Thursday that Christie and the state’s Republican party are going to combine to pay. The party agreed to pay $1,232.29 for the use of the helicopter. Christie is making …

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PRISONERS ATTEMPT TO SMUGGLE DRUGS IN CONDOM

Middle Township Police busted up an attempt to smuggle drugs in the Cape May County Jail. Police Chief Christopher Leusnar told Coastal Broadcasting that information gathered from the Cape May County Sheriff’s Office helped. Jamie Hernandez, of Newark, was at the municipal court and immediately asked to used the restroom. …

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COUNTY FINDS SUCCESS WITH INTERNET VISITATION

More people used Internet visitation at the Cape May County Jail in May than people came in. Sheriff Gary Schaffer told Coastal Broadcasting that the newly introduced technology is quite successful and many other counties have inquired about it. The Internet visitation brings revenue into the county because people pay …

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MAN CAUGHT WITH WEAPONS TRYING TO STEAL SCRAP METAL

A man was caught trying to steal scrap metal. Lower Township Police say that Robert Edwards, of the 100 Block of Greenwood Avenue in the Villas was charged in the incident. Police found him in possession of a samurai sword, a highly sharpened machete, a black jack, a large dagger, …

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WINNER FOR POWERBALL COMES OUT OF NEW YORK

A winning Powerball ticket was sold, just not in New Jersey. The $200 plus million dollar ticket was sold in New York. The drawing was held on Wednesday night. The winning numbers were 8, 18, 38, 46 and 56, with a Powerball of 31. A $200,000 worth ticket with five …

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VOTE TO BE HELD ON MOVING PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY

A vote is going to be held today on whether the Presidential primary should be moved. A key Senate committee is going to hold the vote of moving the Presidential primary date to the regular primary date in order to save money. The full Assembly already passed the measure.

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WILDWOOD CATHOLIC HOLDS GRADUATION CEREMONY

On Wednesday the 2011 class of Wildwood Catholic High School held their graduation ceremony at St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Wildwood. In January of last year, those same students were told  by the Camden Diocese that the school would be closing. Overwhelming support of the community saved the school and …

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