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STATE POLICE: AMERICA'S MOST WANTED ARRESTED IN AC

Early Saturday morning, a patron in Resorts Casino approached security stating that there were “a couple of murderers on the casino floor.” The unidentified person said that the man and woman had been recently featured on America’s Most Wanted and local news stories, but they were unable to provide any …

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GAS PRICES CONTINUE TO RISE

Gasoline prices are continuing a huge upswing. State prices rose eight cents in the past week to $2.70 a gallon, according to a new price survey done by AAA Mid-Atlantic. Cape May County came in at $2.67 a gallon. One year ago, Cape May County  prices came in at $2.27 …

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LOWER TOWNSHIP WARD ONE DEBATE

If you missed part of all of the Ward One Debate in Lower Township, you can watch the whole thing below. BROUGHT TO YOU BY ULMER’S APPLIANCE. CHECK OUT THEIR WEBSITE AT http://site.ulmersappliance.com

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CAPE MAY LEWES FERRY SHIP ENGINE SHUT DOWN

The Cape May – Lewes Ferry (CMLF) vessel, MV Cape Henlopen , experienced engine difficulty while transiting the Delaware Bay on Saturday morning.  At 7:30 a.m., the vessel departed the Cape May terminal bound for Lewes, Delaware with 56 vehicles and 114 passengers.  Approximately a half hour later, the vessel …

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WOODBINE ANNOUNCES HAYRIDE, TRICK OR TREATING

Mayor William Pikolycky is pleased to announce the Woodbine Recreation Commission will be holding a hayride on Saturday October 30, at 6 p.m. The ride will be along the Borough bikepath, which parallels Route 550. Borough of Woodbine has set its Trick or Treat for Sunday, October 31, between the …

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40 YEARS IN PRISON FOR GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP MAN

Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced that a Galloway Township man was sentenced to state prison today in the fatal shooting of a gas station owner during a robbery on the White Horse Pike in 2007. According to Director Taylor, Nasir Salaam, 20, …

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SMALL POWER OUTAGE REPORTED IN SOUTH JERSEY

Atlantic City Electric officials are working on a power outage in Atlantic and Cape May counties. As of 2:08 p.m. 860 customers in Cape May County remain without power. In Atlantic County, 909 customers are without power. The power outage is being reported due to gusty winds in the area.

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NARCOTICS INVESTIGATION NETS THREE ARRESTS

County Prosecutor Robert Taylor and Chief Steven Long, of the Wildwood Police Department, announced the conclusion of a two-month long narcotics investigation initiated by the Prosecutor’s Gangs, Guns and Narcotics Task Force. On Wed., Oct. 13, 2010, the county’s Regional SWAT Team, Prosecutor’s Office, Wildwood Police Department and County Sheriff’s …

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MAN CAN’T STEAL CAR, HAS IT TOWED

An attempt to steal a vehicle was unsuccessful, so an Irvington man had the vehicle towed instead. Police in Hillside arrested Oneil N. Swaby for the theft of a blue 1998 Acura Integra on Wednesday. The two truck driver is not believed to be in on the scam. Swaby posed as the vehicle’s …

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MAN CAN'T STEAL CAR, HAS IT TOWED

An attempt to steal a vehicle was unsuccessful, so an Irvington man had the vehicle towed instead. Police in Hillside arrested Oneil N. Swaby for the theft of a blue 1998 Acura Integra on Wednesday. The two truck driver is not believed to be in on the scam. Swaby posed as the vehicle’s …

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