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UPDATE: NJ TERROR SUSPECTS KEPT WITHOUT BAIL

A federal judge ruled Thursday afternoon that two New Jersey men who are suspected terrorists will not be allowed to post bail. Magistrate Madeline Arleo ruled today that the two men will continue to be held in jail without bail as the investigation continues. 20 year old Mohamed Mahmood Alessa …

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ALBANO BILL ADVANCES; DEALS WITH FAMILY NOTIFICATION AFTER ACCIDENT

Legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Nelson Albano to ensure the timely notification to family members that a relative has been seriously injured in an accident was released Thursday by an Assembly committee. The bill (A-1812) would require the responding law enforcement officer or other officer investigating a motor vehicle accident to …

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SLIDE IN ATLANTIC CITY CASINO EARNINGS CONTINUES

Despite a terrific Memorial Day Weekend, Atlantic City’s casino win figures dropped in May, 2010 by nine percent from 12 months ago. A new report issued by the Casino Control Commission today shows that the win figure for Atlantic City casinos was just over $317 million in May, 2010. which …

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SEN. MENENDEZ CONTINUES FIGHT AGAINST BP

With some communities along the eastern seaboard concerned that the BP oil spill could reach their waters, a bipartisan group of Atlantic Coast U.S. Senators wants to coordinate preparedness between their states and federal response agencies. In a letter to the heads of the relevant federal departments, Senator Robert Menendez …

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VON SAVAGE TO LEAVE CAPE MAY COUNTY GOP CHAIRMAN POST

David Von Savage made it official today, and will not seek another term as the chairman of the Cape May County Republican party. GOP sources informed WCZT/WFNE today that Von Savage was going to offer his letter of resignation this afternoon. Von Savage’s leadership was at stake during this week’s …

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REPORT: CAPE MAY PARKING METER ISSUE TO BEFORE VOTERS

An online report today says that a controversial parking meter issue in Cape May will likely go before the voting public. The website for the Cape May County Herald reports that Superior Court Judge Valerie Armstrong ruled in favor of the “Friends and Neighbors of East Cape May” group that …

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STATE TO ALLOW DRIVERS TO PAY OFF MVC SURCHARGES

Noting the negative impact that debt and the inability to legally drive can have on a person’s life, New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) Acting Chief Administrator Raymond P. Martinez today announced the creation of the MVC Surcharge Payment Incentive Program. The program, which will run June 15 through July …

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BLACKHAWKS BEAT FLYERS, WIN STANLEY CUP

The Philadelphia Flyers quest for a Stanley Cup is over. The Chicago Black Hawks beat the Flyers 4-3 in overtime last night at the Wachovia Center to win the Stanley Cup, hockey’s top prize. Patrick Kane scored the game winning goal for Chicago, who won it’s first hockey championship is …

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SEN. LAUTENBERG FINISHES TREATMENT FOR CANCER

United States Senator Frank Lautenberg says he has finished his treatments for cancer. The 86 year old democrat told The Record that his chemotherapy treatments are over, and he feels fine. Lautenberg won’t know until later this month if his cancer has been removed. Doctors found B-cell lymphoma in his …

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