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AUTHORITIES SEARCHING FOR CLUES IN FOOTBALL COACH SHOOTING IN CUMBERLAND

Authorities in Cumberland County are looking for the public’s help with catching a suspect connected to the fatal shooting of a football coach.  Prosecutors have released a photo of car that they believe is linked to the fatal shooting of 37 year old Joseph L. Jones at a middle school parking lot in Millville.  After …

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PENNSYLVANIA MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO CUTTING DOWN TREES IN AVALON DUNES

A 63 year old Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to a charge of cutting down some trees in the Avalon dunes earlier this year.  David S. Dempsey of Newtown, PA cut down the trees at 32nd Street and the beach.  He must pay the maximum $2,000 fine allowable under law, and pay nearly $2,000 in …

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GOVERNOR CRITICAL OF NEW BREWERY REGULATIONS

Governor Phil Murphy is critical this week of new regulations that impact breweries around the Garden State.  The Alcoholic Beverage Commission instituted new guidelines that will limit the number of special events they may hold.  Murphy says the breweries are a great source or pride and he’s not sure that was the right, sensible step …

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SUNKEN CAPE MAY LEWES FERRY TO GET NATIONAL TV TIME TODAY

The MV Twin Capes ferry that was sunk this year to become an artificial reef gets some national television time this morning.  The ferry will be featured on an episode of “Salvage Dogs” on the Discovery network this morning as part of a show marathon.  Crews will be shown removing items from the ship before …

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