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MAN DRIVES DRUNK, PLOWS THROUGH FENCE AND HITS TREE IN LOWER TWP

Lower Township Police have charged a 27 year old Villas man with drunk driving and with leaving the scene of an accident following an early morning accident Thursday.  Police say Damion L. Silver drove his vehicle into a tree and smashed a fence on a property along Georgia Avenue.  Both Silver and an occupant tried …

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WORK VAN GETS STUCK ON THE BEACH, AND IN THE WATER, IN NORTH WILDWOOD

A bit of a problem on the North Wildwood beach Wednesday.  A green work van decided to take a ride on the beach..and it wound up getting stuck, wheel deep, in ocean water.  North Wildwood City Police posted a picture of the van on its social media pages as a tongue in cheek “public service …

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PICK SIX LOTTERY JACKPOT NOW CLIMBS TO HIGHEST LEVEL IN 14 YEARS

State lottery officials say Thursday night’s Pick Six jackpot has climbed to $25.2 million, making it the highest prize offered since May, 2004.  The odds of winning the Pick Six are much better than Powerball or Mega Millions, at only one in 14 million.  It’s been nearly nine months since a winning Pick Six ticket …

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WHO’S NEXT UP FOR STATE SENATE SEAT TO BE VACATED BY VAN DREW?

It’s a good problem to have for the democratic party.  The party has to pick a successor to Jeff Van Drew for the First District State Senate seat he will soon vacate.  Van Drew defeated Seth Grossman in the congressional election Tuesday night, which means his seat in the Legislature will be vacated.  Democrats could …

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BALLOT QUESTIONS APPROVED BY NEW JERSEY VOTERS

So, what about the ballot questions before New Jersey voters last night?  They were both approved.  Voters in the Garden State approved spending money to expand vocational schools and to improve security in K through 12 school districts. The post BALLO...

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