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NORTH WILDWOOD MAN WILL NOT GET PTI FOR STOCKTON ASSAULT CASE

26 year old Zachary Madle of North Wildwood will not be offered a diversionary program by the courts and now will face charges of sexually assaulting a woman at Stockton University.  A judge rejected Madle’s attempts to get into a diversionary program.  Madle graduated four years ago and posted videos on social media of him …

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FREEHOLD MAN ROUNDS UP 1,000 TURTLES, SHIPS THEM TO NJ

A man from Freehold admitted to a scheme to round up 1,000 turtles in Oklahoma so they could be shipped to New Jersey to be sold for profit.  William Gangemi admitted to the business plan in court on Wednesday.  He was part of an organization that woul...

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REPORT: SCHOOL DISTRICT WON’T TAKE DONATION TO ERASE SCHOOL LUNCH DEBT

A South Jersey school district will not accept a donation from a businessman to eras $14,000 in school lunch debt.  NJ.com reports that the owner of some ShopRite supermarkets has made the offer to erase the debt incurred by students who can’t afford to pay back the Cherry Hill School District.  A school spokeswoman says …

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WEST CAPE MAY TO DISCUSS TENTS, SINGLE USE PLASTIC BAGS

The West Cape May borough commission meets Wednesday evening.  It is expected to reintroduce an ordinance that would regulate tents in the community, and amend another ordinance that would add further restrictions on single use carry out bags.  Wednesd...

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WILDWOOD TO ADOPT CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS WEDNESDAY

The Wildwood City Commission meets Wednesday afternoon and is expected to adopt two ordinances that create construction standards.  Both the Property Maintenance Code and the International Property Maintenance Code are expected to be adopted at the mee...

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LOWER TWP. DISCUSSES PROPOSED AQUATIC CENTER

Lower Township officials discussed one final time a proposed aquatic center that is before voters in the November election.  The new center would cost $10.5 million and a question will appear on the ballot that asks residents if they are in favor of it.  The Township would not be exposed financially past $8.5 million on …

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UPDATE: STANDOFF ENDS IN GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP

A standoff has ended in Galloway Township.  Police say a subject who was armed with a machete ended Tuesday afternoon, ending a shelter in place suggestion from authorities.  One man was taken from the scene of the standoff. The post UPDATE: STANDOFF ...

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