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“IT” IS COMING TO MOREY’S PIERS FOR SUMMER OF 2011

Morey’s Piers has finally announced “it,” a brand-new attraction coming all the way from the Netherlands for 2011. The new attraction will emerge on Morey’s Surfside Pier, located at 26th Street in North Wildwood, during May 2011. “it” will swing, spin, and fly to heights of over 65 feet – …

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CAPE MAY TO BEGIN PROCESS FOR BIDS FOR NEW CONVENTION HALL

Starting Tuesday, the city of Cape May will begin the process of getting bids for the construction of a new convention hall. According to an official posting on the city’s website, bid documents for the construction of the city’s new convention hall can be examined at the clerk’s office for …

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FALLEN LOWER TWP. OFFICER TO BE HONORED ON FRIDAY

This Friday will mark the 17th anniversary of the death of Lower Township Police Officer David Douglass. The Lower Township Police Department announced that a remembrance will be held in Douglass’ memory during the day on Friday. At 10:00am, the public is invited to a flag raising ceremony at the …

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AVALON FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY WELCOMES BAY ATLANTIC SYMPHONY

The Bay-Atlantic Symphony, the Borough of Avalon, and the Avalon Free Public Library have signed the contracts to bring Symphony By The Sea to Avalon for its fifth season. Jed Gaylin, Music Director for the symphony, met with Avalon Library board president, Jacquie Ewing and Avalon Mayor, Marty Pagliughi, to …

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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP POLICE ISSUE 2010 YEAR END REPORT

The Middle Township Police Department issued its 2010 year end report on Monday, and it includes some major initiatives for 2011. The reports says that the Middle Township Police Department will develop an intersection safety camera program that will be designed to increase safety at major intersections in the community. …

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CLOSING ARGUMENTS TODAY IN DAVIES MURDER TRIAL

The Press of Atlantic City reports today that closing arguments are expected this afternoon in the Robert Davies murder trial. Davies is the North Wildwood man accused of killing Lavern Paul Ritch back in August, 2007. Davies has admitted to stabbing Ritch, but says it was in self defense. The …

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SOLD: TRUMP MARINA SOLD TO NEVADA GAMING OPERATION

The Trump Marina in Atlantic City has been sold. Trump officials announced via a press release this morning that the Trump Marina Casino has been sold to Landry’s, Inc. which owns and operates the Golden Nugget casino in Nevada. The plans are to bring the Golden Nugget back to Atlantic …

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BACK OPEN AGAIN: CORSON’S INLET BRIDGE REOPENS TO TRAFFIC

The on again, off again reopening of the Corson’s Inlet Bridge is on again. The county’s public information office announced today that the bridge opened shortly before 10:00am on Monday. The bridge underwent emergency repairs to about 40 feet of railing which needed to be replaced. You may remember earlier …

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WIND ADVISORY POSTED FOR JERSEY CAPE

The National Weather Service has posted a Wind Advisory for Cape May County from Monday at Noon until Tuesday at 1:00am. A front will move across the region that will bring very strong winds to our region this afternoon. Sustained winds will be out of the west at 20-25mph, with …

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DEFENSE GETS THE CASE IN DAVIES TRIAL MONDAY

Now it’s the defense’s turn in the Robert Davies murder trial. Davies is the North Wildwood man who’s accused of killing tourist Lavern Paul Ritch in Margate back in August, 2007. Davies at first acted as his own attorney in his defense, but he recently sought professional counsel. Davies has …

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