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NEW JERSEY UNDER STATE OF EMERGENCY AS OF 12 NOON SATURDAY

New Jersey will be under a State of Emergency as of 12 Noon on Saturday.  A winter storm that will bring heavy snow to the northern part of the state is the reason the emergency is being declared.  The order allows first responders to close roads and evacuate homes if necessary.  This will be a …

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TWO LOWER TWP. MEN CHARGED WITH CAUSING DEATH OF LOCAL WOMAN

Two Lower Township men have been arrested and charged with causing the drug induced death of 59 year old Susan Perkins in West Cape May last summer.  Authorities say 79 year old Francis Leszcynski and 59 year old Paul Neville sold the drugs to Perkins that caused her death.  Both could face between ten to …

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MATT MILAM TO TAKE VACANT FIRST DISTRICT ASSEMBLY SEAT

Matt Milam will be named to the vacant Assembly seat in our First Legislative District.  Milam will assume the seat that was held by Bob Andrzejczak, who was moved up to a Senate seat vacated by Jeff Van Drew.  Earlier this week, former republican assemblyman Sam Fiocchi announced his intentions to seek his party’s nomination …

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MAJOR STORM EVENT TO BE FELT NORTH OF HERE, FLASH FREEZING EXPECTED LATE SUNDAY

A severe winter storm will dump two feet of snow in upstate New York, but it will be largely a rain event at the Jersey Shore.  Accu Weather says it’s possible the storm could end with some snowflakes Sunday evening.  The big threat to our region is a flash freeze expected to slicken sidewalks and …

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APOLOGY LETTER PRESENTED TO MIDDLE TOWNSHIP SCHOOL BOARD OVER RACIST POST

An apology letter was read into the record at Thursday night’s Middle Township School Board meeting from a student who made a racist post on social media earlier this month.  The student expressed remorse over putting the picture on social media; the letter was read into the record by a family friend.  Two students associated …

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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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