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SPIRIT AIRLINES REACHES DEAL, FLIGHTS RESUME ON FRIDAY

Spirit Airlines says it’s reached a deal with its pilots, and flights will be back in the air on Friday.  Spirit Airlines’ official website announced Wednesday afternoon that flights will resume on Friday after the airline struck a new contract agreement with pilots who went on strike last weekend.  Spirit …

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STATE POLICE: TROOPER KILLED HIMSELF INSIDE PATROL CAR

New Jersey State Police have positively identified the trooper who was found deceased in his patrol car near the Garden State Parkway Wednesday morning.  Police have identified the trooper as Scott Graham, 35, of Keyport.  Graham’s  body was found inside his patrol car that was parked on an offramp of …

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WOODBINE RECEIVES BIDS FOR SCOTT AVENUE ROAD CONSTRUCTION

Woodbine Mayor William Pikolycky announced that the Borough of Woodbine has received on June 16 the following bids for road reconstruction for Scott Avenue: South State Inc., Bridgeton, $92,175; Asphalt Paving Systems, Inc., Hammonton, $99,546; Jonathan Hand Excavating, Inc., $111,610; Jerry & Sons Excavating, Inc., Mays Landing, $112,690; Ricky Slade Construction, …

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SEA ISLE CITY POLICE CRACKING DOWN ON BICYCLE THEFT

Bicycle theft is of high concern to Sea Isle City police this summer. The police department there is starting a voluntary registration campaign that kicks off this weekend, during Skimmer Weekend. Police say that most bicycle thefts are of bikes that were left unlocked. Mayor Len Desiderio said he is …

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MURDER TRIAL RESULTS IN GUILTY VERDICT FOR PENDER

A man was found guilty of first-degree murder in the death of a Millville man. The jury found Andrew Pender guilty of shooting Charles Jones to death. The shooting took place on June 8, 2006, and justice finally came for the family near four years later. The first-degree murder charge …

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STUDENT CHARGED WITH STEALING $35,000 IN COMPUTERS

A high school student in Millville has been charged by police with stealing about $35,000 worth of computers. The 15-year-old took 24 laptops and a video projector as among those items. The charges include burglary, theft, criminal mischief, trespassing, possession of burglary tools and resisting arrest. The Millville Memorial High …

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DOG CENSUS? LAWMAKER LOOKING TO REPEAL LAW

A little used New Jersey law could be repealed based on new legislation. A North Jersey lawmaker wants to repeal a law that requires towns to perform a dog census every year. The law is little enforced as less than 100 towns actually adhere to the rule. Assemblywoman Caroline Casagrande …

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