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REPORT: PUBLIC INFORMATION COULD HAVE BEEN SOLD AT AUCTION

A new state report says some computers that were to be sold at public auction could contain public records on them. State Comptroller Matthew Boxer said information like social security numbers, child abuse records, and memos were all left on computers. Boxer stepped in and stopped the computers from being …

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LAWYERS GIVE STATE GETS BILL FOR ARC TUNNEL WORK

A Washington D.C. law firm has made out quite well in recent months doing work for the state of New Jersey. A $330,000 bill was given to the state, according to the Star-Ledger, for legal work defending the state from having to pay for the ARC Tunnel project. The federal …

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PHILLIES: MANUEL SIGNS TWO YEAR EXTENSION

Manager Charlie Manuel has signed a two-year extension with the Phillies, Senior Vice President & General Manager Ruben Amaro Jr. announced today.  Manuel is now signed through the 2013 season. “We are pleased to have come to terms with Charlie,” said Amaro.  “He has been an integral part of the …

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CAPE MAY LOOKS AT BIDS FOR CONVENTION HALL

Six bids have been presented for Convention Hall in Cape May. The Cape May County Herald reports the lowest bid was Benjamin R. Harvey Company at $6.9 million. According to the report, their bid was the only one that seemed like it would fit the city’s budget. The other five …

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FLOOD WATCH ISSUED FOR HEAVY RAINS TODAY

A flood watch is in effect, especially for coastal areas of Cape May County. Anywhere from one to two inches of rain are possible today. Heavy rains are expected throughout the day and areas in the island communities that flood are likely to experience flooding. The watch will be in …

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MEGA MILLIONS UP TO $151 MILLION

A major New Jersey lottery continues to gain steam. The Mega Millions is now at $151 million after no one won the lottery on Tuesday. The next drawing will take place on Friday. The Mega Millions is a multi-state lottery of which New Jersey is apart of.

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STATE SEMI-FINAL: BOTH LOCAL TEAMS ARE OUT

The final two Cape May County teams have been eliminated from the state playoffs. Both Ocean City girls and Middle Township boys have won South Jersey championships, but lost in the state semi-final round. Ewing defeated Middle Township 64 to 48. Meanwhile, it was Neptune over Ocean City 75 to …

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HEAVY RAINS IN FORECAST TODAY INTO TONIGHT

A couple of inches of rain are possible today. The National Weather Service is calling for heavy rain throughout the day, but the most significant of the rainfall is expected later tonight. By the end of the day, one to two inches of rain is possible. Temperatures will be topping …

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GABOR AND MOREY WIN ENDORSEMENT TO RUN FOR FREEHOLDER

Two well-known names have been endorsed by the Cape May County Regular Republican Party. William Morey and Kristine Gabor won the endorsement through a convention that took place on Wednesday. Committee members from throughout the county voted. Morey was the top vote getter at 122, followed by Gabor at 102. …

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