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MILLVILLE MAN BUSTED ON GUN AND DRUG CHARGES

New Jersey State Police announced the arrest of 32 year old Robert Bennett of Millville following a car stop that yielded guns and drugs.  The arrest occurred last weekend during the early morning hours in Deerfield Township.  Bennett had heroin, marij...

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REPORT: KING NUMMY CAMPGROUND SOLD

A local campground is now in the hands of Thousand Trails, Incorporated.  The Cape May County Herald reports that King Nummy Campground has been sold.  Thousand Trails has acquired other campgrounds in the area including Sea Pines, Echo Farms, and Lake...

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HS HOOPS: BRUNO WINS HIS 400TH GAME FOR OCEAN CITY

A milestone victory last night for Ocean City basketball coach John Bruno.  Bruno won his 400th career game Thursday night as Ocean City tripped up Lower Cape May, 67-63 in overtime.  Ocean City is 9-2 on the season. The post HS HOOPS: BRUNO WINS HIS ...

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ALERT: BIG ROAD PAVING JOB ON SEA ISLE BOULEVARD FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY

A massive paving operation on the west end of Sea Isle Boulevard in Dennis Township will take place Friday and could last into Saturday.  The entrance of the Garden State Parkway will be paved which will finally eliminate temporary concrete construction barriers.  The work will begin Friday at 7am and wrap up about 24 hours …

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DEMOCRATS READY TO ENACT $15 MINIMUM WAGE, TAKES FIVE YEARS TO GET THERE

The minimum wage is going up to $15 an hour in New Jersey, but it will take until 2024 to get there.  Democratic leaders in Trenton say the wage will increase to $10 an hour on July 1st, and go up incrementally until the $15 an hour mark is achieved.  Governor Phil Murphy says the …

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787,000 OLD TICKETS TOSSED BY SUPREME COURT IN NEW JERSEY

Today may be your lucky day.  The New Jersey Supreme Court on Thursday tossed over 787,00 various municipal tickets in one sweeping action.  The cases date back to 15 years ago in most cases, with one case going all the way back to 1976.  Thousands of traffic violations and ordinance violations were all part of …

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MOBILE HOME FIRE IN VINELAND WEDNESDAY NIGHT, NO INJURIES

A mobile home fire in Vineland Wednesday night resulted in no injuries.  Officials say the fire broke out at the home located just off North East Boulevard.  Three occupants have been displaced.  The cause of the fire appears to be accidental. The post...

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