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VEHICLE STRIKES A HOUSE TUESDAY MORNING IN NORTH CAPE MAY

A 22 year old Villas man accidentally drove a vehicle into a home on Pontaxit Avenue in North Cape May Tuesday morning.  Police say a vehicle driven by Jesse Shaw struck a vehicle, then veered onto a property and striking a home, damaging the foundation.  There were no injuries and the home is safe for …

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SPORTS: CRUSADERS’ JOHNSON SELECTS CHESTNUT HILL COLLEGE

Wildwood Catholic cross country runner Chris Johnson has signed a letter of intent to continue his career at Division II Chestnut Hill College.  Johnson signed the letter of intent on Monday.  He will receive a package of athletic and academic funding that will substantially pay for his education. For more, see Brian Cunniff’s story on …

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AVALON HAS NEW BOROUGH CLERK, DEPUTY CLERK

Avalon has a new Borough Clerk, and Deputy Borough Clerk.  Mayor Marty Pagliughi swore in Danielle Nollett as the new clerk, and Kristen Gannon as the new deputy.  Vacancies were created with last week’s retirement of former clerk Marie Hood. The...

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TWO ATLANTIC COUNTY MEN CHARGED WITH CAUSING DRUG INDUCED DEATHS

Two Atlantic County men are holed up in the Ocean County Jail, charged with causing drug induced deaths.  62 year old Ronald Parrish of Pleasantville and 32 year old Levi Brown of Egg Harbor Township are both charged with strict liability for a drug induced death, and heroin offenses.  A 40 year old man died …

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MURPHY SIGNS NEW MINIMUM WAGE BILL INTO LAW

Starting in July, the new minimum wage in New Jersey will be $10 per hour.  Governor Murphy signed the minimum wage bill into law Monday, which will escalate the base pay wage to $15 an hour by 2024.  Murphy says one million New Jersey workers will ben...

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