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GOOD DAY FOR A GOOD POLAR BEAR PLUNGE IN WILDWOOD

Saturday was a good day for a polar bear plunge in Wildwood.  Hundreds of people donned swimsuits and costumes to jump in the ocean to raise money for Special Olympics New Jersey.  This was the 13th year for the event, and barbecue and beverages were all part of it. Photo from Wildwood 360 social media …

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WEEKEND SNOW: LOW END, AN INCH..HIGH END, FOUR INCHES

Snow is in the forecast courtesy of a Winter Weather Advisory for South Jersey this weekend.  Accu Weather predicts a low end snow total of an inch, and a high end total of four inches for the Jersey Cape.  The snow will train west to east, and the big uncertainty is how much of the …

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PAVING OPERATIONS TO RESUME ON NEW SEA ISLE BOULEVARD

Paving operations are expected to resume on Sea Isle Boulevard this week, and this new work will finally remove the temporary concrete construction barrier at the entrance to the Garden State Parkway.  When the project is over, the roadway will contain two paved through lanes, along with paved shoulders.  Paving should begin Tuesday morning, if …

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DONE DEAL: AVALON SECURES PERMITS TO KEEP ROAD TO CDF

A complex, multi-year effort to maintain a road to Avalon’s confined disposal facility for dredge materials is over.  Borough officials secured the necessary State and Federal permits to keep the road in place.  Avalon saved millions of dollars on its last dredging project by forming partnerships with other agencies for a comprehensive dredging project that …

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REPORT: EIGHT ROOM HOTEL APPROVED FOR CAPE MAY

Cape May will be the home of a new eight room hotel.  The Cape May Star and Wave reports that the city’s planning board granted final site plan approval for the reconstruction of eight apartments into a hotel on Stockton Place.  The board approve...

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