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CHILD FALLS FROM SECOND FLOOR, RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL

A child that fell from the second floor balcony inside of the Channels Apartment has since been released from the hospital. Lower Township Police say that a three-year-old fell off the balcony and was taken to Cooper University Hospital. Police have yet to release details on what exactly took place. …

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POLICE LOOKING INTO OCEAN CITY DROWNING

A drowning is being investigated in Ocean City. Police there say a man drowned in the area of the 8th St. beach. He was transported to the Shore Memorial Hospital in Somers Point, where he was pronounced dead a short time later. Police are withholding the man’s name at this …

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MAN HIT BY VEHICLE SUFFERS SERIOUS INJURIES

A vehicle hit a man in Wildwood, which sent a North Wildwood man to the hospital. Police say the incident took place on Saturday and the victim, Mehmet Veral was taken to the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center. No charges have been filed against the driver.

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PROPOSAL WOULD CUT PROPERTY TAX INCREASE CAP IN HALF

Governor Chris Christie announced a bipartisan consensus with Senate leaders to provide long-awaited property tax relief for beleaguered New Jerseyans through an even stronger cap of 2 percent.  This agreement will give voters the ultimate decision making authority in whether or not the cap should be exceeded. There are four …

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UPDATE: MISSING MAN LOCATED IN MIDDLE TOWNSHIP

The following is an update from the Middle Township Police Department on a story we reported this morning: Edward Martin, who was reported missing on 07/02/2010, was located this morning at 0734hrs by Detective Allan McClure. Mr. Martin was located walking along a wooded area in the Crest Haven Complex …

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REPORT: SOUTHERNERS CHOOSING JERSEY SHORE

A report in the Saturday edition of the Philadelphia Inquirer says that more people from the south are now choosing the Jersey Shore for a vacation destination this summer due to the tar balls that have washed ashore in the Gulf region.  The Inquirer reports that more people who live …

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PERFECT SUMMER WEEKEND FOR JERSEY SHORE

The Jersey Shore beaches are going to be very crowded this weekend.  The National Weather Service predicts a zero chance of rain for the holiday weekend, with sunshine in the forecast and temperatures gradually warming up.  High temperatures will be in the 80s at the beaches on Saturday, and will …

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CHRISTIE, DEMOCRATS SQUARE OFF IN TRENTON

So far no resolution has been offered in the very public standoff between New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and the democrats who control the legislature in Trenton.  The Associated Press reports that both sides met into the evening hours on Friday with no resolution to an issue involving a tax …

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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP POLICE LOOK FOR MISSING MAN

The Middle Township Police Department is asking for help from the public, in reference to the investigation into the disappearance of a 78 yr old white male, named; EDWARD MARTIN, 5’8, 168lbs, that has Dementia, who apparently walked away from the Crest Haven Nursing Home, around 8PM, Friday, July 2, …

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NOT ALL DEMOCRATS SHOW UP FOR SPECIAL SESSION IN TRENTON

More tension is building in Trenton. Gov. Chris Christie ordered all lawmakers to a special session today where he was hoping property tax reform would be heard. Democratic leaders only had specific committees show up. Christie threatened a lawsuit if lawmakers did not hold the session he requested. Democrats passed …

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