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TWO LOCALS CHARGED WITH DRUGS AND WEAPONS IN CREST

Two adults have been charged with weapons and drug offenses following their arrests last Friday in Wildwood Crest.  Police announced on social media that 42 year old Andrew Wells of Cape May Court House and 38 year old Jennifer Ryan of the Crest were found with knives and drug paraphernalia in their possession.  Wells had …

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REPORT: THREE SERIOUSLY INJURED IN BOATING ACCIDENT NEAR CAPE MAY

Three people are reportedly seriously injured following a boating accident near Cape May Tuesday night.  WPVI-TV reports that the accident occurred around 6:30pm near the Cape May Inlet adjacent to the United States Coast Guard Base.  Three people were rushed to area hospitals; the cause of the accident is under investigation.  The boat hit a …

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WINDY START, SLOPPY END TO THANKSGIVING WEEKEND

A windy start, and a sloppy end to the Thanksgiving weekend at the shore.  Accu Weather is calling for wind gusts approaching 40mph on Thanksgiving day in our region after a cold front moves through.  Friday and Saturday look great for outdoor events, before a rain and snow mix moves in Saturday night at the …

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CREST TO DISCUSS DOWNTOWN PROJECT ON DECEMBER 11TH

Wildwood Crest will be holding a public stakeholder meeting on December 11th to discuss a proposed revitalization of the downtown business district along New Jersey Avenue.  The meeting will be held at the Wildwood Crest Volunteer Fire Company No. 1 starting at 5:30pm.  Representatives from Taylor Design Group and the County of Cape May will …

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AVALON TO SELL HOLIDAY BEACH TAGS, STARTING FRIDAY

Avalon will start selling 2020 seasonal beach tags on Friday.  The special holiday Avalon beach tags will go on sale during the Borough’s huge Festive Friday downtown event.  The beach tags cost $23 and come in a decorative box, and are good for ...

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REPORT: NEW CONTRACT FOR CAPE MAY ELEMENTARY TEACHERS

Teachers at the Cape May Elementary School have a new contract.  The Cape May Star and Wave reports that the school board approved a new contract a week ago that will replace the former agreement, which expired more than a year ago.  Teachers salaries ...

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