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MAN ACCUSED OF KILLING FOOTBALL COACH WANTS NEW JAIL CELL

One of the two men accused of killing a youth football coach in Cumberland County wants to be relocated to a South Jersey jail so he can work on his defense.  42 year old Eugene Cosby was in court Thursday and asked to be moved from Newark to be closer to home.  Cosby and another …

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STORMY FORECAST FRIDAY NIGHT, INTO SATURDAY MORNING

A stormy forecast is in the works for the shore Friday night through midday Saturday.  Accu Weather predicts over an inch of rain will fall Friday evening through the afternoon hours on Saturday, with windy conditions.  There is the possibility for some coastal flooding at time of high tide on Friday morning.  Continue to follow …

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FORMER WEST WILDWOOD COMMISSIONER WILLIAM BRAKER, 72

A former longtime commissioner for the Borough of West Wildwood has passed away at the age of 72.  William Braker served as the Commissioner of Revenue and Finance for the community from 1974 through 1996.  Services will be held Friday morning at the F...

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MENENDEZ, HUGIN SQUARE OFF IN ONLY SENATE DEBATE

The first and only debate between two candidates for United States Senate in New Jersey was held last night.  Robert Menendez and Bob Hugin battled at a television station Wednesday night, and traded barbs on a host of topics.  Hugin is a republican an...

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TROPICANA CASINO TO GET SPORTS BETTING THURSDAY

Place your bets on sports at the Tropicana Casino in Atlantic City on Thursday.  The Tropicana is expected to take its first sports bet before lunchtime Thursday after being approved by regulations.  Sports betting will be offered in the property&#8217...

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COUNTY, ACCC TEAM UP FOR MESSAGING PROJECT

The County of Cape May and Atlantic Cape Community College are teaming up on a project that will result in new public messaging opportunities for the County.  Videos will be produced for the County by students that can be used on a variety of platforms...

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THREE INDICTED IN CAPE FOR CAUSING DRUG INDUCED DEATH

Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland announced that three individuals have been indicted for causing a drug-induced death in Lower Township during the summer.  43 year old Susan E. Mazzone of Cape May Court House, 31 year old Lauren M. Dorff of the Villas, and 44 year old Sherman R. Martin of Cape May Court …

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