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CAPE MAY AT STANDSTILL TO MOVE LIGHTHO– USES

Another request was made to move the lighthouses located at the enterance into Cape May, but again it appears they will not be moving anytime soon. Cape May Mayor Ed Mahaney once again said the city will not be shelling out any more money to find a replacement. The lighthouses …

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VAN DREW: NEED TO EXTEND ROUTE 55 IS NOW

State Senator Jeff Van Drew is again renewing his push to get the Route 55 extension into Cape May County. Van Drew spoke to Coastal Broadcasting about the letter he wrote to Gov. Chris Christie. The hope is that Route 55 can finally be extended into Cape May County, which …

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MILAM LOOKS TO END TAX ON OUT OF STATE BUS TOURS

A local assemblyman wants to stop charging a fee on out-of-state tour bus companies that want to bring tours into New Jersey. Assemblyman Matt Milam says the fee is hurting this area of tourism. Milam believes that these companies are going to other nearby states over New Jersey because they …

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POLICE LOOKING FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT SUSPECT

A sexual assault was reported in North Wildwood. Police are looking for a male suspect that has been identified as a white male, 37-years-old, medium to thin build, with dark color eyes, and dark hair worn slicked back. A 21-year-old female reported that the male suspect tried to pull off …

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WILDWOOD CATHOLIC INTRODUCES NEW PRINCIPLE

Wildwood Catholic has begun its new future with new leadership. Theodore Pugliese has been named the new principle of the school. The school is remaining opening despite almost closing earlier this year because of a drop in enrollment. In an interview with Coastal Broadcasting, Pugliese admits that increasing enrollment is …

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OCEAN CITY TO PLAY IN STATE SEMIFINAL BASEBALL GAME

The Ocean City Red Raiders will attempt to advance to the New Jersey Group III state baseball championship game on Wednesday.  Ocean City will take on Hopewell Valley Wednesday afternoon at the College of New Jersey.  The game was supposed to be played on Tuesday, but a line of thunderstorms …

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NEW PHILADELPHIA EAGLE OUT FOR THE SEASON

One of the newest members of the Philadelphia Eagles is already out for the season.  The Eagles announced that safety Marlin Jackson tore his Achilles tendon, and he’s out for the 2010 season.  The Eagles signed Jackson as a free agent to play the safety position; Jackson used to play …

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SEVEN FATALITIES IN NJ DURING HOLIDAY

Seven people lost their lives during traffic accidents during the Memorial Day weekend in the state of New Jersey.  There were six accidents that involved seven fatalities in the Garden State during the weekend, which technically ended at 6am on Tuesday.  State Police investigated three fatal traffic accidents, while local …

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