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MIDDLE TWP. COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS LAND SALE TONIGHT

The Middle Township Committee meets this evening and is expected to discuss a possible land sale.  The committee will talk about a public land auction that may be held on October 22nd; ten properties may be part of the land sale, each carrying minimum bids.  The highest minimum bid will …

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CAPE MAY GUILD HOSTS BENEFIT BACHELOR AUCTION

The Mermaid Guild, a group of Cape May businesses owned by women, held their second annual Bachelor Auction Sunday Night. one hundred percent of the proceeds go to the Community Food Bank of NJ, Southern Branch. Sixteen bachelors were available for bids, including NBC-40 weatherman Dan Skeldon and sportscaster Pete …

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HIGH SURF ADVISORY POSTED FOR JERSEY SHORE

The National Weather Service has posted a High Surf Advisory for local beaches due to Hurricane Igor, which will pass by New Jersey far out into the Atlantic Ocean on Monday.  The advisory is in effect until Monday at midnight, and the service predicts a high risk of rip currents …

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LOW OXYGEN LEVELS LIKELY CA– USED LATEST FISH KILL

New Jersey environmental officials now believe that low oxygen levels in the water caused a fish kill that resulted in fish washing ashore in North Wildwood over the weekend.  State experts believe that the low oxygen levels resulted in menhaden to wash up on beaches near Hereford Inlet on Saturday. …

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GASOLINE PRICES BEGIN TO CREEP UP LOCALLY

If you have noticed a small increase in the price you pay for a gallon of gasoline, you are not alone.  Prices in the State of New Jersey are starting to go up slowly now that the busy summer driving season is over.  According to the latest survey from Mid …

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STATE URGING RESIDENTS TO GET FLU SHOTS

The State of New Jersey is urging all residents to get their flu shots this year.  In 2009, 42 New Jersey residents lost their lives during flu season.  This year, state officials are urging everyone over the age of six months old to get flu shots this year.  There are …

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LOCAL WOMAN INJURED IN ATLANTIC COUNTY ACCIDENT

A 34 year old woman was Seaville was injured during a two vehicle accident in Galloway Township Saturday morning.  The Press of Atlantic City reports that Jamie Jones of Seaville was injured when a woman driving another vehicle failed to stop at a red light and crashed into her vehicle …

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HS FOOTBALL: LOWER CAPE MAY WINS, MIDDLE LOSES BIG

Lower Cape May Regional High School picked up its first win of the 2010 season at home on Saturday.  Jimmy Hall rushed 17 times for 156 yards and two touchdowns as the Caper Tigers defeated Cape Henlopen, 25-3.  In another game involving a local team, St. Joseph’s of Hammonton buried Middle Township, …

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