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RIVERA-SOTO COULD BE ASKED FORMALLY TO RESIGN

The state senate is considering a resolution that would ask Supreme Court Judge Roberto Rivera-Soto to resign. Rivera-Soto at one point was saying that he wasn’t going to put rulings in while a temporary justice was sitting on the bench. The temporary justice was based on a disagreement over who should …

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FORMER JUDGE THROWS HAT IN RING FOR SENATE RUN

A well-known former judge has announced his intentions to run against State Senator Jeff Van Drew. David DeWeese has said today that he is going to try and secure the Republican nomination for state senate. His name will be on the ballot in the March 9 convention to be held …

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STATE SENATE MAY KILL PARKWAY TOLL HIKE TODAY

The New Jersey Senate goes into a voting session today and may scrub plans for proposed toll hikes on both the Garden State Parkway and New Jersey Turnpike. Senators say the toll hike isn’t needed because revenue from the increase was supposed to fund a tunnel project; that project has …

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WELCOME TO THE JERSEY CAPE AUTO MALL, IN COURT HO– USE

Two car dealerships located side by side in Middle Township are now pitching themselves as one destination. A report in today’s Press of Atlantic City notes that the Burke Motor Group and Kindle Auto Plaza are now marketing themselves as the Jersey Cape Auto Mall, a destination where customers can …

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WILDWOOD UNVEILS PLANS FOR SOLAR PARK ON LANDFILL

The city of Wildwood will turn a former landfill into a solar park that will attract people to the west side of town. The Wildwood Community Advisory Board met Wednesday night and unveiled a new plan for a solar park at an old landfill. The park will not only include …

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LIGHTS OUT: PARTS OF WILDWOODS LOSE POWER

Parts of the Wildwoods lost power Wednesday night. Atlantic City Electric confirms that nearly 900 customers in Wildwood and West Wildwood lost power Wednesday evening shortly before 9pm. Last night, crews were trying to figure out the cause of the outage. All of the power has been restored.

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STATE UNVEILS NEW PLAN FOR TEACHERS’ PAY

Teachers in New Jersey are paying close attention to a new reform package proposed by the Christie administration that will reform the way they will be compensated. Acting Education Commissioner Christopher Cerf unveiled a new plan on Wednesday that would result in the end of tenure for teachers and end …

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CBS SHOW THAT FEATURED LOCAL DANCERS GIVEN THE AXE

A local group of dancers called “Shore Thing” did very well on the CBS television program “Live to Dance” this year. Now, the show has been reportedly cancelled. The entertainment website RadarOnline.com reports that CBS has decided to pull the plug on Paula Abdul’s “Live to Dance” television program after …

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CREST RECREATION TO HOST GRAMMAR SCHOOL TOURNAMENT

The Wildwood Crest Recreation Department will host the 32nd annual grammar school basketball Island Tournament Wednesday through Sunday, Feb. 23-28. Varsity and junior varsity boys and girls teams from Margaret Mace, Cape Trinity Catholic, Wildwood Junior High and Crest Memorial will participate in the tournament. All games will be played …

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