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STATE POLICE LOOKING FOR MEN WHO STOLE FROM CVS PHARMACY IN MARMORA

New Jersey State Police have released surveillance photos of two men suspected of stealing toiletry items from the CVS Pharmacy located on Route 9 in Marmora, Upper Township.  Police say the two men entered the store shortly before 3pm Monday and stole various items.  They left the store in a black Nissan sedan with rear …

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AVALON ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR FIVE-DAY JULY 4TH CELEBRATION

Avalon has announced its plans for a five-day celebration of the nation’s birthday.  Avalon will host three concerts, two parades, and a slew of children’s activities to celebrate the Fourth of July.  Part of the celebration will be a free concert featuring the Bay Atlantic Symphony, and the largest fireworks display in South Jersey with …

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WILDWOOD ELKS DEDICATES MURAL HONORING VETERANS

A brand new mural honoring veterans now adorns the Greater Wildwood Elks Lodge.  The mural was dedicated on June 6th, facing New Jersey Avenue.  The mural was created by local artist Mike Gallo.  The Lodge was issued its charter 56 years ago and has ov...

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LAWMAKERS PULL BILL IN TRENTON THAT WOULD HAVE EXPANDED MEDICAL POT

New Jersey lawmakers pulled a bill from a vote on Monday that would have greatly expanded the medical marijuana program.  The bill faced certain rejection by Governor Phil Murphy, so it was cancelled.  Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin told reporters that he will take a look at amendments offered by the Governor to see if an …

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NEW JERSEY LAWMAKERS APPROVE BILL TO CLEAR OLD CRIMINAL RECORDS

State lawmakers have approved a new bill this week that would make it much easier for the state to eliminate the criminal records of one million people who were arrested on marijuana-related charges.  It’s still unclear if Governor Murphy will sign the measure into law.  New Jersey has one of the most difficult expungement processes …

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