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TWO BIG FREE CONCERTS IN WILDWOOD CREST

The Centennial Summer Kickoff is continuing this weekend in Wildwood Crest. Two outdoor free concerts will take place. Mango Men will be playing at Centennial Park on Saturday at 7. Then, on Sunday, Parrotbeach will be playing. The Centennial celebration in Wildwood Crest began last week and will continue throughout …

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VIETNAM MEMORIAL WALL UNVEILING TOMORROW

The Vietnam Memorial Wall will be unveiled and dedicated on Saturday at noon. The wall is being placed in Wildwood at Columbus Park, which is across from the Wildwoods Convention Center. A festival will take place after the dedication, involving music, food, and vendors. A live broadcast on Fun 106.7 …

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MORE JOB CUTS LIKELY COMING IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY

A new report says up to 23 people could be let go in Cumberland County. The News of Cumberland County reports that 23 people are on a list that has been submitted to the state’s civil service office. This follows the 11 lay offs that took place earlier this month. …

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NJEA GETS BEHIND SECOND "RACE TO THE TOP"

The New Jersey Education Association is supporting the state’s effort in the federal “Race to the Top” program. The union had not supported the state during its first application. The NJEA is the largest teachers union in New Jersey. Districts that participate and help the state would receive $100,000 each …

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NJEA GETS BEHIND SECOND “RACE TO THE TOP”

The New Jersey Education Association is supporting the state’s effort in the federal “Race to the Top” program. The union had not supported the state during its first application. The NJEA is the largest teachers union in New Jersey. Districts that participate and help the state would receive $100,000 each …

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NJSEA SPENDS AROUND $1 MILLION ON JETS AND GIANTS TICKETS

A state agency is spending close to $1 million on football tickets in the new Meadowlands football stadium. The Bloomberg News reports that the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority spent close to $1 million between licensing fees and actual tickets to both the Jets and Giants games. The report …

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BILL TO PROTECT SENIORS FROM BOGUS FINANCIAL ADVISORS PASSES BOTH HO– USES

Legislation aimed at prohibiting financial advisors from using misleading information to make it appear they have special certifications for advising senior citizens has received final legislative approval. The bill is co-sponsored by Assemblyman Matt Milam. The bill would prohibit financial advisors from advertising senior-specific certifications or professional designations which: · …

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