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NOT HAPPENING: OCEAN CITY CHANGES COURSE ON LAND DEAL

Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian announced that the city will back off plans of purchasing a car lot owned by two brothers.  Gillian says a local citizens group has submitted a petition that would put the question on a ballot which essentially negates the city’s purchase of the lot by the end of the month.  …

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NOR’EASTER ROLLS IN, RAIN AND WIND FOR SATURDAY

The nor’easter has arrived as advertised, and rain and wind remains in the forecast for Saturday.  Accu Weather predicts minor to moderate coastal flooding at time of high tide on Saturday, which is expected to arrive on the back bays shortly aft...

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TWO BUSTED IN ATLANTIC CITY ON DRUG CHARGES

Two people have been slapped with drug charges after Atlantic City Police recovered 840 bags of heroin and other drugs during a search on Friday.  29 year old Lavon Davis of Pleasantville and 23 year old Shaheed Black of Atlantic City were both hit wit...

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BEACH TOWN ATTEMPTED TO GIVE RESIDENTS TAG DISCOUNTS

One New Jersey beach town attempted to give discounts to residents for beach tags, which is a violation of the Public Trust Doctrine.  Brick Township had to change course and offer a different beach tag program once it learned that the proposed discoun...

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COASTAL FLOOD WATCH POSTED FOR SATURDAY AM HIGH TIDE

The National Weather Service has posted a Coastal Flood Watch for the Jersey Shore for Saturday morning’s high tide.  A coastal storm is expected to bring some flooding in flood prone areas at time of high tide Saturday, expected to be shortly af...

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RAIN POSTPONES MIDDLE HARVEST FEST, AVALON TRUNK OR TREAT

Two big fall events this weekend are being moved from Saturday, until Sunday due to bad weather.  Middle Township will kick off its annual Harvest Fest on Sunday at Noon, while Avalon has moved its popular Trunk or Treat event from Saturday, to Sunday....

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DIRTY COP CONVICTED OF STEALING HURRICANE SANDY FUNDS

A northern New Jersey police officer and his wife were both convicted Thursday on charges they stole $187,000 dedicated for Hurricane Sandy relief.  Nikola Lulaj of Seaside Heights and his wife Majlinda will both be sentenced for the crime in January; ...

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POLL: VAN DREW HOLDS HUGE LEAD OVER GROSSMAN

If the election were held today, Jeff Van Drew would be your next Congressman.  Van Drew holds a 17-point lead over republican Seth Grossman according to a new Stockton University poll.  The election is less than three weeks out. The post POLL: VAN DR...

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