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WOMAN REPORTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION FROM THURSDAY ACCIDENT

A crash on Thursday sent a handful of people to hospitals and one remains in critical condition. Vineland Police are investigating a crash where Tina Shriver hit another vehicle head-on while driving on Mays Landing Road. Elizabeth Estergen, of Millville who was driving the other vehicle, along with her husband …

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PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE DISMISSES UP TO 30 CASES FROM LOWER POLICE

The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office announced that up to 30 arrests are being dismissed from the Lower Township Police Department. These cases all involved Detective Chris Lambert and his use of confidential informants that the Prosecutor’s office says was not documented properly. An investigation is on-going into the matter. …

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PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE DISMISSES UP TO 30 CASES FROM LOWER POLICE

The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office announced that up to 30 arrests are being dismissed from the Lower Township Police Department. These cases all involved Detective Chris Lambert and his use of confidential informants that the Prosecutor’s office says was not documented properly. An investigation is on-going into the matter. …

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MAN NOW SAYS HE IS INNOCENT, DIDN'T SHOOT COP

During a court hearing on Friday, a man who initially said he killed an Atlantic City police officer now says he is innocent. Gerald Spivey had his attorney tell the judge that Spivey is innocent, despite his earlier plea. A new court date was set for Aug. 6 where if …

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MAN NOW SAYS HE IS INNOCENT, DIDN’T SHOOT COP

During a court hearing on Friday, a man who initially said he killed an Atlantic City police officer now says he is innocent. Gerald Spivey had his attorney tell the judge that Spivey is innocent, despite his earlier plea. A new court date was set for Aug. 6 where if …

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DEMONSTRATION HELD TO SAY "NO" TO OFFSHORE DRILLING

Nearly three dozen beaches in New Jersey were the site of large numbers of people holding hands and saying they don’t want offshore oil drilling near New Jersey. The large outcry is coming a couple of months after the oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico by BP. President Barack …

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LEGISLATIVE 2.9 CAP PASSES ASSEMBLY PANEL

Legislation to cap property tax increases at 2.9 percent annually was released Friday by an Assembly panel. The bill improves the 4 percent cap that was passed in 2007. The bill would also allow cap banking to permit counties and municipalities to carry forward unused portions of permitted increases for any …

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