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MIDDLE TWP. COPS INVESTIGATE WOMAN'S DEATH

Middle Township Police continue to investigate the death of a local woman over the weekend.  Here is the narrative from the Middle Township Police Department: On Saturday July 31, 2010, at approximately 7:55 PM, Middle Township police communications received a “911” call for medical assistance at a Mimosa Drive dwelling, …

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MAN CHARGED WITH STRONG-ARM ROBBERY IN WILDWOOD

A Wildwood man was charged for ripping a gold and silver chain off of the neck of a woman. Daniel Colon-Pons was arrested for second-degree robbery and and second-degree terroristic threats for telling the victim and her mother that he would break their necks for informing police. He was placed …

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CHRISTIE GOES ON TWO-WEEK VACATION

Gov. Chris Christie is taking two weeks off. Christie announced to reporters that he will be spending some quality time with his family, for the first-time since he won the election in November. The trip will involved one week at Christie’s shore home in Island Beach State Park and then …

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SOUTH JERSEY GAS SERVICE COMING TO WOODBINE

Mayor William Pikolycky is pleased to announce that this past Tuesday marked a momentous occasion for Woodbine residents and business owners who have long awaited the extension of natural gas service into their community. Construction crews for the South Jersey Gas (SJG) main extension project officially started the installation of …

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DOA: STATE WILL NOT REPAIR BEESLEY'S POINT BRIDGE

The state of New Jersey has no plans to repair the Beesley’s Point Bridge.  According to an online report by the Press of Atlantic City, the state is currently scrapping plans to repair the bridge and the span may become a fishing pier instead.  The Beesley’s Point Bridge connects Cape …

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DOA: STATE WILL NOT REPAIR BEESLEY’S POINT BRIDGE

The state of New Jersey has no plans to repair the Beesley’s Point Bridge.  According to an online report by the Press of Atlantic City, the state is currently scrapping plans to repair the bridge and the span may become a fishing pier instead.  The Beesley’s Point Bridge connects Cape …

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INDICTMENT RETURNED IN FORGERY CASE

A man has been indicted on forgery charges. The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office announced that Jeffrey Brault, of Cape May Court House, has three counts of forgery, three courts of uttering a forged instrument, two counts of attempted theft by deception, and other related charges against him. Another indictment …

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LOWER TOWNSHIP LOOKS AT INCREASING FEES ON MONDAY

A number of fees could be increased in Lower Township. Council there is looking at hiking fees, up to double, for businesses, marinas, and campgrounds. Lower Township Councilman Tom Conrad says everything is on the table, but council needs to be very careful not to scare away business with high …

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CAPE MAY COUNTY ROLLS OUT FLASHBRIEF

On August 2, 2010, thanks to two retired Lower Township Police Officers, Bob Martin and Jack Trombetta the  Cape May County Sheriff’s office will officially activate FLASHbrief, a 20 Second or less notification service to provide Cape May emergency officials the ability to send nearly instant, emergency or advisory alerts …

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ARMED ROBBERY HITS WOODBINE BUSINESS

An armed robbery took place on Thursday evening in Woodbine. State Police report the incident took place at the Custard Ranch when a black male came in the store and demanded money from two victims. The suspect was dressed in blue jeans, black pullover sweat shirt, wore a mask, and …

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