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EARLY CALL: BIG STORM WILL BE RAIN EVENT FOR US

The National Weather Service continues to watch a big winter storm that will be very disruptive for millions of residents in the northeast.  However, the early call is that Cape May County will experience a nor’easter type of storm with no heavy snow in the forecast.  Clouds move into our …

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UPPER TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS BUDGET MONDAY EVENING

The Upper Township Committee will begin the process of forming a new budget on Monday evening.  The township committee will discuss the upcoming budget during a meeting Monday at 7:00pm, being held at Township Hall.  This will be the first of two public meetings on the budget; the second meeting …

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TESTIMONY CONTINUES MONDAY IN DAVIES’ MURDER TRIAL

More testimony is expected in court Monday in a murder trial involving a North Wildwood man.  Robert Davies is representing himself in court.  Davies is charged with killing Lavern Paul Ritch in Margate back in 2007.  Davies has admitting to the killing, but he says he did it in self …

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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP TEEN CRASHES VEHICLE AFTER HIGH SPEED CHASE

A Middle Township teenager may be charged following a motor vehicle chase that ended Friday night in Woodbine.  State Police say 18 year old Peter Rodgers after Rodgers failed to stop his vehicle during an attempted motor vehicle stop Friday night.  Rodgers eventually crashed his car into a tree on …

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GOV. CHRISTIE GOES TO ATLANTIC CITY ON TUESDAY

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will be in Atlantic City on Tuesday to make a major announcement regarding the gaming and tourism industries in the resort.  Christie is expected to make a major announcement regarding legislation that will create a tourism district, and separate legislation that puts the city’s tourism …

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REPORT: CAPE MAY’S LANDMARK DESIGNATION IS IN DANGER

A report in the Press of Atlantic City suggests that Cape May’s designation as a national landmark is in danger.  The Press reported over the weekend that the National Park Service has put Cape May’s designation on a “watch list”, but local officials are not really sure why.  The city …

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LOCAL MAN CHARGED WITH DUI AFTER POLICE CHASE

The Middle Township Police Department announced the arrest of a local man on charges following a motor vehicle stop on Friday.  Here is a recap of the incident from the Middle Township Police: On January 28, 2011, Ptl. Jack Trombetta of Middle Township patrol division, attempted to affect a motor …

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BRIDGETON: JUVENILE SHOT, SENT TO HOSPITAL

Bridgeton police are looking for the person responsible for a shooting that took place in the community. Police say a 17-year-old was shot and taken to Cooper University Hospital. The suspect is still at-large. The condition of the victim has been released as critical, but stable.

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FIREFIGHTERS RESPOND TO BLAZE IN MILLVILLE

A fire took place in Millville on Wednesday night at a vacant home. The incident took place on North 3rd St. No injuries took place. The second and third floors received damage from the smoke and flames. No word yet on the amount of damage the home received.

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BYOB WON’T BE HAPPENING ANYTIME SOON IN OCEAN CITY

Council in Ocean City voted very loudly that they will not support BYOB in the resort. Some restaurant owners have been pushing for the change. Council voted 5-0 for a resolution against the practice. Some business owners feel that the change could bring some more business into Ocean City. The …

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