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WHIPPLE HIRED FOR MARKETING IN CAPE MAY

The City of Cape May, New Jersey has announced the hiring of Mike Whipple as Director of Marketing, Communications and Event Sales.  This is the first time the City has hired an individual for this position as it continues to grow and attract more visitors as a travel and meetings …

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WOODBINE MAKES APPLICATION FOR GRANT FUNDING

Woodbine Mayor William Pikolycky announced that the Borough of Woodbine has made application to the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs Small Cities Public Facilities program for funding in the amount of $400,000 to provide funds to construct storm drainage improvements to mitigate flooding in the Borough as per Federal …

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73 YEAR OLD MAN JUMPS FROM CASINO GARAGE

A 73 year old Pennsylvania man is dead after he jumped from the tenth floor of a parking garage in Atlantic City.  City Police say the man’s body was found on South Arkansas Avenue near the Caesar’s parking garage immediately after he jumped to his death.  Authorities say he was …

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CAPE MAY PROPOSES SMOKING BAN ON BEACHES

Smokers may soon have to find another place to light up in Cape May.  The Cape May County Herald reports that the city is preparing to introduce an ordinance that would ban smoking on the beaches and the promenade in Cape May; that ordinance would be in effect for the …

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HORSEBACK RIDING COULD BE COMING TO WILDWOOD BEACHES

Horseback riding could be the latest feature coming to the Wildwood beaches. Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano told Coastal Broadcasting during In Depth with Denis Brown on Fun 106.7 on Sunday that the city was considering the possibility as a way to generate additional revenue. City Commission talked about the measure …

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987 THE COAST TO BROADCAST LEGISLATIVE DEBATE

A debate has been set in the 1st District. 98.7 The Coast will be broadcasting the League of Women voters debate live on Oct. 26. The debate will take place at the Old Historic Courthouse building in Cape May Court House. The debate will feature the Republican and Democrat legislative …

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NJTV DECIDES TO AIR CARTOONS, NOT CHRISTIE

Some stations aired Gov. Chris Christie’s press conference on Tuesday live, at least one aired cartoons. A number of lawmakers issued releases expressing displeasure with NJTV airing Angelina Ballerina instead of Christie’s press conference, where he decided not to run for president. Lawmakers have continued to be critical of the …

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IRS ISSUES TAX PAYMENT INFORMATION REGARDING IRENE EXTENSION

The Internal Revenue Service reminded all New Jersey taxpayers affected by Hurricane Irene that they have until Oct. 31 to meet certain tax filing and payment obligations and announced that e-File and Free File would remain available to accept their returns. E-file, which will close for all other taxpayers following …

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4-H WEEK CELEBRATED IN CAPE MAY COUNTY

Its 4-H week in Cape May County. During 4-H week, Cape May County is celebrating the 4-H youth who have made an impact on the community and are stepping up to the challenges of a complex and changing world. On Wednesday, October 5, at the Lockwood 4-H Youth Center, 4-H …

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