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MEGA MILLIONS CLIMBS TO $172 MILLION

The Mega Millions lottery once again did not sell a winning ticket. The winning numbers were 14 19 21 42 45 with a Mega Ball of 06. The new jackpot is going to be $172 million for Tuesday’s drawing. The Powerball is now up at $67 million as well, after no …

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GAS RISES 11 CENTS IN PAST WEEK

New gas prices figures show that it once again cost significantly more to fill up at the pump this week compared to last. The new price survey by AAA Mid-Atlantic puts the price at $3.38, which is an 11 cent increase week-to-week in Cape May County. AAA says they believe …

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10TH ANNUAL WOMEN’S CONFERENCE DATE SET

The Cape May County Advisory Commission on the Status of Women will host the 10th Annual Women’s Conference and Breakfast on Saturday, March 26, 2011.  The public is invited to attend the conference which will take place from 9 a.m. until Noon at the Wildwood Golf and Country Club located …

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DEATH TOLL BELIEVED OVER 1,000 IN JAPAN

Authorities continue to try and sort through the devastation in Japan from a Tsunami and earthquake. New numbers say over 1,000 are believed to have died. The damage is too big to begin to estimate. Water rolled through the countryside, taking cars, homes, and personal possessions with them. The earthquake …

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ROUTE 47 REPORTED CLOSED IN DENNIS TOWNSHIP

An accident has been reported in Dennis Township. All lanes are reportedly closed at the accident site this morning, which is north of Petersberg Rd. State Department of Transportation officials say all lanes are closed due to a downed power line and pole. The accident involved a tractor trailer according …

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ALMOST FIVE INCHES OF RAIN IN PARTS OF STATE

The huge rainstorm that took place yesterday dumped almost five inches of rain in one part of New Jersey. Areas of Morris County recorded the highest rainfall totals in the state. Wildwood was reported at about one inch of rain, with Atlantic City coming short of two inches.

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TSUNAMI WARNINGS IN HAWAII, WESTERN U.S.

Many are watching the potential for a Tsunami to hit Hawaii, and potentially the western continental United States. Warnings have been posted in Hawaii and in western states, with mandatory evacuations taking place in Hawaii. Dozens have been confirmed dead in Japan were a deadly earthquake and Tsunami hit early …

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TOURISM CONFERENCE HELD WITH LOCAL AND COUNTY OFFICIALS

Local and county tourism officials met together on Wednesday to discuss what everyone is doing and how the different entities can work better together. Coastal Broadcasting talked to Freeholder Susan Sheppard who said she was asked by members of the meeting when the next one will be. The county tourism …

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