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VINELAND BEATS MIDDLE TWP. FOR CAL GIRLS TITLE

Vineland High School’s girls basketball team used a very strong fourth quarter to defeat Middle Township, 62-46 in the Cape Atlantic League girls basketball championship game on Saturday.  Vineland scored 21 points in the final quarter to wrap up the league title.  Vineland scored the first 12 points of the …

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UPDATE: FIRE BREAKS OUT IN NORTH WILDWOOD

A fire took place on 17th Ave. in North Wildwood on Friday. Firefighters were on the scene for about an hour on Friday afternoon for the blaze. Multiple firefighters were on the scene to control the smoke and flames that damaged two homes. Authorities say no one was injured in …

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FIVE CENT OVERNIGHT JUMP IN GAS PRICES

State gas prices increase five cents in one day. AAA’s Daily Fuel Gauge data shows that state at a $3.136 average in New Jersey. Prices have risen nearly 10 cents in the past week in the state. Oil prices are hanging around $100 per barrel, due to the unrest in …

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REPORT: SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGE IN OCEAN CITY

A new report says a man was arrested for trying to sexually assault a woman who was sleeping. The Press of Atlantic City reports that Francis Delcorio was charged with aggravated sexual assault, criminal restraint and burglary force. The woman awoke when Delcorio was in the residence and he attacked …

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VAN DREW RELEASES STATEMENT ON POTENTIAL END TO UEZ ZONES

Senator Jeff Van Drew, (Cape May/Cumberland/Atlantic) chair of the Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee, released the following statement on the report released today which recommended ending the Urban Enterprise Zone Program: “The Urban Enterprise Zone program is a proven success story. “Through reinvested tax dollars, entire communities have been …

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VOTE MOVES FORWARD CHANGE TO MAYOR’S ADVISORY BOARD

The switch from a mayor’s advisory board to a citizen’s advisory board in Lower Township has begun. The Republicans pushed through the ordinance on Wednesday. The approval was on first reading. A second reading and public hearing must still take place. The plan is to change the board to a …

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STATE POLICE: HOUR LONG CHASE LEADS TO ARREST

State Police confirm that a man is in custody following a hour long chase last evening. The identity of the man has not yet been released because no charges have yet been filed. The arrest was made shortly after 10:30 p.m., which went from Woodbine to Dennis Township.

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MIDDLE GIRLS PREPARE FOR CAL TITLE GAME ON WCZT SATURDAY

One of the Middle Township High School girls basketball team’s biggest rivals did the Lady Panthers a huge favor Wednesday night. Sacred Heart’s 47-41 victory over Holy Spirit, coupled with Middle’s easy 70-43 over Bridgeton, created a three-way tie for the title in the Cape-Atlantic League’s National Conference among Middle, …

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