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CUMBERLAND MOM PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO KILLING TODDLER SON

Nakira Griner has pleaded not guilty to charges that she killed her toddler son because the little boy refused to eat his breakfast.  The 25 year old Bridgeton woman was in court Monday and pleaded not guilty to murder charges.  The body of her son was found burned the next day in the yard of …

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WILDWOOD TO ADDRESS PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE WEDNESDAY

The Wildwood City Commission meets Wednesday afternoon and is expected to consider an ordinance that would include the Uniform Property Maintenance Code as a standard for determining if a building is unfit for human habitation.  Wildwood was the scene ...

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HS FOOTBALL: OCEAN CITY LOSES BIG, MIDDLE FALLS BY ONE POINT

Ocean City had a big test Friday night on the gridiron and were easily handled by St. Augustine Prep, 35-3 in a game broadcast by Tom Williams on 106.3 the Shore.  This was Ocean City’s first loss of the season.  In other action, Middle Township dropped a one point heartbreaker to Oakcrest, 13-12.  Haddon Township …

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TIPS CONTINUE TO POUR IN FOR MISSING BRIDGETON GIRL

Tips continue to pour in to law enforcement relating to the whereabouts of a missing five year old girl from Bridgeton.  Over 1,000 tips have been provided to authorities as the search for Dulce Alavez continues.  She has been missing since September 1...

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MARTY SMALL NOW THE NEW MAYOR OF ATLANTIC CITY

Marty Small is the new mayor of Atlantic City.  Small has been sworn in to the position that was vacated less than 24 hours ago by Frank Gilliam, who pleaded guilty in federal court to stealing money from a basketball club.  Small was the president of ...

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REPORT: GOING TO A VINELAND FOOTBALL GAME? HAVE PHOTO ID

All fans who attend football games at Vineland High School must have photo ID, or they will not be allowed inside Gittone Stadium.  The Daily Journal reports that this new policy is in effect immediately; minors who don’t have id must be accompanied by adults who have photo id.  There were no safety or security …

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