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MAN CHARGED IN VINELAND RAMADA MURDER PLEADS NOT GUILTY

A man accused of killing his co-worker at the Ramada Inn in Vineland has plead not guilty. Wade Featherston was arraigned on murder, and aggravated assault charges. Featherston is charged with killing Robert Costello, both of Illinois, while the two were traveling together. The two men were traveling to learn …

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MAN CHARGED WITH PULLING GUN DURING PARTY

A party was cut short when a Vineland man pulled an AK-47. The News of Cumberland County reports that Terrence Martin was arrested for allegedly point the gun at people at the Bridgeton party. Martin was charged with aggravated assault, and three weapons possession charges. Police recovered the gun in …

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SHARPE JAMES IS RELEASED FROM PRISON

The former mayor of Newark was released from prison on Tuesday. Sharpe James is out of prison, after serving 18 months. He will spend the rest of his sentence in a halfway house in Newark. He was found guilty of selling city property to his girlfriend, who in turn sold …

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MIDDLE RESIDENTS CONTINUE TO BE CONCERNED WITH FLOODING ISSUES

Despite the warm temperatures, there are still flooded areas in Cape May County. Middle Township is one part where large ponds still exist. Committeeman Dan Lockwood acknowledged that some residents feel the township isn’t doing enough to resolve the problems. Some township residents have had to flee their home during …

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HOME INVASION BEING INVESTIGATED IN MILLVILLE

A group of four men broke into a home, demanded money, but left with nothing. The News of Cumberland County reports that the burglary took place Tuesday morning, around 2 a.m. The victims report that four black males kicked in an unlocked door on the 800 block of North High …

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NORTH WILDWOOD LOOKING TO ADD MORE BEACH BEFORE SUMMER

The snow and rain this winter has caused North Wildwood to look an replenish its beaches before the summer. North Wildwood Mayor Bill Henfey told Coastal Broadcasting that the city is going to introduce a $5.5 million bond to get the work done with Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company. …

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