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"OVER THE LIMIT, UNDER ARREST" BEGINS THIS WEEK

Police will be stepping up patrols to check for drunk drivers beginning this week. Many local police departments will be participating in the “Over the Limit, Under Arrest” campaign. The stepped up patrols will include sobriety check points, and additional patrols. The program runs from Aug. 20 to Sept. 6. …

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“OVER THE LIMIT, UNDER ARREST” BEGINS THIS WEEK

Police will be stepping up patrols to check for drunk drivers beginning this week. Many local police departments will be participating in the “Over the Limit, Under Arrest” campaign. The stepped up patrols will include sobriety check points, and additional patrols. The program runs from Aug. 20 to Sept. 6. …

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CAPE MAY SEASHORE LINE ANNOUNCES RESUMED SERVICE

Train service between Rio Grande and Cape May has resumed. Cape May Seashore Line service was resumed this week. The announcement was made on their website. There will be three trips made between Rio Grande and Cape May a day. Full ticket prices will be $10, according to the company’s …

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OCEAN CITY TO VOTE ON MOVING ELECTION DATE

A vote has been scheduled to move the municipal election date back in Ocean City. New state law allows for non-partisan elections to be scheduled in November, instead of May. The move would save the resort money by not having to hold a May election. Some are concerned that the …

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NEW JERSEY TEAM MAKES LITTLE LEAGUE WORLD SERIES

The Toms River National Little League team clinched its birth in the Little League World Series. Toms River beat Council Rock-Newtown (Pa.) 8-5 on Monday to secure the final birth in the tournament. They will next play Hamilton, Ohio on Saturday at 11 a.m. on ESPN. Toms River East made three …

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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP MOVES FORWARD ON VOTE FOR RED LIGHT CAMERAS

Red light cameras coming to Middle Township are closer to happening following Monday’s committee meeting. The committee there took a vote in favor of getting bids for a professional services agreement on implementing the red light program. As Coastal Broadcasting first reported, the program will not cost the township any …

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LOWER TOWNSHIP FUTURE CONSIDERS RAISING FEES

The Lower Township Council will be voting at its next meeting on raising some fees in the township. One fee that got a lot of conversation going was a $5 hike for recreation department activities. Councilman Tom Conrad told Coastal Broadcasting he was concerned because half of the township’s children …

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MIDDLE POLICE ANNOUNCE HOME INVASION ARREST

Joshua Devericks, who was involved in a recent Home Invasion that occurred in the Goshen section of Middle Township on June 22nd, 2010, was arrested in Schenectady, New York State on August 16, 2010.  Devericks was charged with 1st Degree Robbery, Criminal Restraint, Burglary, Theft and Possession of Weapons.  He …

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