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VINELAND WRESTLING WITH MOVING ELECTIONS

Many local non-partisan communities are deciding when to hold their election. Those communities have been holding their elections in May, but now have the option to move it. State law has been change so towns can move their elections to November, and save on dollars. Some city officials are worried …

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CHATTERBAND TO PLAY WILDWOOD CREST AUG. 14

The Chatterband, one the Delaware Valley’s most popular and longest-running dance/party bands, will take the stage at Centennial Park on Saturday, Aug. 14 at 7:30 p.m. as the Wildwood Crest Centennial Summer Music Series continues. The Chatterband has been entertaining music lovers of all ages throughout the region for years. …

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GAMING SUMMIT BEGINS TODAY IN ATLANTIC CITY

A huge gaming summit is coming to Atlantic City today. Lawmakers from around the state will take part. State Senate Jeff Van Drew and Assemblyman Matt Milam are both representing the 1st district. They are going to look at Gov. Chris Christie’s proposal to lead a state takeover of Atlantic …

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FORMER HOBOKEN MAYOR IS SENTENCED IN CORRUPTION TRIAL

A high ranking political official was sentenced in his corruption trial. Former Hoboken Mayor Peter Cammarano III was sentenced to two years in prison for taking bribes. He was arrested with over 40 others from the state in a huge corruption sting. Cammarano had plead guilty and could have gotten …

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HURRICANE SEASON SHOULD BE BUSY

New projections say this hurricane season season could be the busiest in the past five years. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has said it should be an above average year for hurricanes. There is the potential of 8 to 12 hurricanes, and up to 20 tropical storms, according to …

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ASSEMBLY WANTS PENSION PAYMENT MADE WITH REFORMS

The Assembly budget committee began to look at the $10.5 billion budget gap for the upcoming fiscal year. The committee said they think the state should be obligated to make its pension payment and begin to close the $46 billion hole the fund is in. Any reforms that are passed …

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DRUG POSSESSION ARREST FROM DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CALL

Two females got into a fight on Monday and Lower Township Police were called to the scene. A verbal argument was taking place when it was reported that Bethany Titerence, of the 900 block of Shirley Ave. in Erma, became physical. She fled the area and was picked up by …

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DISORDERLY PERSON ARRESTED AT BAYSHORE INN

A man who was acting disorderly at the Bayshore Inn in North Cape May was arrested on Wednesday. Lower Township Police say that William Rynne Jr., of the town, ran from officers and hid in the hedges nearby when they arrived on the scene. Police say that Rynne was acting belligerent …

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SNOW LEOPARDS TO BE NAMED AT COUNTY ZOO

An official naming and coming out for the Cape May County Zoo’s Snow Leopard Cubs will take place at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August 10, 2010 at the Cape May County Zoo.  Freeholder Director Daniel Beyel and Cape May County Zoo staff will officially name the two male Snow Leopards …

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