POTENTIAL IMPACTS FROM ISAIAS IN CAPE MAY COUNTY NEXT WEEK

There is a potential for effects from Hurricane Isaias to reach Cape May County next week.  The National Hurricane Center’s Friday morning guidance puts the storm near the Cape Tuesday.  The storm is now a Category 1 hurricane and ocean swells may be felt locally as early as late weekend.  Keep listening to Accu Weather …

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SAY SO LONG TO THE TITLE “FREEHOLDER”, IT’S ABOUT TO BECOME EXTINCT

Say so long to the word “freeholder”.  Governor Murphy is expected to sign a bill into law that would eliminate the term for the county elected position and replace it with commissioner.  Some consider the word “freeholder” to be racist and offensive since it dates back to when only white men who owned property could …

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27 YEAR OLD SOUTH JERSEY MAN BUSTED IN ATLANTIC CITY FOR FLEEING POLICE

A 27 year old man from Delanco was arrested by Atlantic City Police after fleeing from a traffic stop.  Police say Julian Hinton had no license, a warrant, and drugs.  Police say after a brief motor vehicle chase Hinton ditched his vehicle and jumped over a fence into a marsh.  He had 240 bags of …

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STRIKE OUT: TWO PHILLIES’ STAFF TEST POSITIVE, CITIZENS BANK PARK CLOSED

Citizens Bank Park is closed until further notice.  Major League Baseball announced today that two members of the Phillies staff, including a coach, have tested positive for coronavirus.  The Park is closed until further notice.  The Phillies are expected to play two games against the Blue Jays Saturday; as of now, team activities are in …

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COUNTY TO CONSIDER APPEAL IN CASE INVOLVING SANCTUARY STATE POLICIES

Cape May County is considering an appeal to the United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals regarding a ruling made earlier this week regarding sanctuary states.  County Sheriff Robert Nolan says the ruling violates the rights of every sheriff in the state to voluntarily assist fellow law enforcement officers in keeping their communities safe.  Nolan …

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