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CAPE MAY TO HOST TOWN HALL MEETING ON WEDNESDAY

Cape May will be holding a town hall meeting Wednesday night.  Mayor Chuck lear is expected to lead a question and answer session with members of the public, and various updates will be provided by public officials.  The meeting will be held at the Cap...

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BOOKER: SURE, I’LL CONSIDER RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT

Senator Cory Booker confirmed that he will consider running for president.  Booker told NJ Advance Media that  there are people across the country talking to him about seeking the democratic nomination for the 2020 election.  Booker visited 24 states d...

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SHOTS FIRED AT SHOPPING MALL IN NORTH JERSEY

An investigation is underway into a shooting at a shopping mall in northern New Jersey Friday night.  Police in Elizabeth say shots were fired at The Mills at Jersey Gardens during Black Friday shopping.  One man was hit in the wrist with a bullet, the...

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SHOTS FIRED AT SHOPPING MALL IN NORTH JERSEY

An investigation is underway into a shooting at a shopping mall in northern New Jersey Friday night.  Police in Elizabeth say shots were fired at The Mills at Jersey Gardens during Black Friday shopping.  One man was hit in the wrist with a bullet, the...

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DANIEL COHEN, WELL KNOWN COMMERCIAL FISHERMAN, 63

The Cape May commercial fishing community is mourning the loss of Daniel Cohen, who passed away Monday at the age of 63 after a battle with cancer.  Cohen managed Atlantic Cape Fisheries in the Cape May area and worked with educational experts to advan...

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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP BEATS LOWER CAPE MAY, 44-14 FOR ANCHOR BOWL TROPHY

Middle Township went on a 31-0 run in the second half to win the annual Anchor Bowl football game, 44-14 in a game broadcast live on WCZT.  Lower Cape May had a 14-13 point lead at half, but the Panthers dominated the game.  This was the 99th meeting between both schools; the new Anchor Bowl …

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COLD THANKSGIVING DAY, RAIN MOVES IN SATURDAY AFTERNOON

As promised, Thanksgiving Day will feel like late January at the Jersey Shore.  Accu Weather is calling for a daytime high of 33 degrees for the holiday, and only five degrees warmer on Friday when many communities will be having outdoor events.  Temperatures will be mild this weekend, but rain moves in Saturday afternoon through …

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