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GIRL SCOUT LEADER REPORTS COOKIE MONEY STOLEN..BUT SHE STOLE IT HERSELF

A girl scout troop leader from central New Jersey was removed from her troop after police determined that $1,000 in girl scout cookie sales was not actually stolen by someone else.  Jessica Medina had reported that the money was stolen as the girls sold cookies at a mall, but police found that claim unsubstantiated.  Medina …

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MATT MILAM BACK IN THE NEW JERSEY ASSEMBLY

Matthew Milam is once again an assemblyman from our 1st Legislative District.  Milam took his oath of office Thursday to fill a seat that was eventually created by the ascension of Jeff Van Drew to Congress.  Milam previously served in the State Assemb...

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ADDITIONAL SIGNAGE, BEACON LIGHTS TO BE ADDED TO GSP EXIT 9 INTERCHANGE

Some additional signage and beacon lights are expected to be added to the interchange 9 at Shellbay Avenue in Middle Township.  Middle Township officials report that complaints about the “poor design” of the interchange have been forwarded to the New Jersey Turnpike Authority regarding this issue.  Township police have collected traffic and accident data from …

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COLD GRIPS GARDEN STATE, SOME DELAYED SCHOOL OPENINGS THIS MORNING

The mercury dropped to seven degrees in some mainland communities of Cape May County this morning as arctic air moved into the region.  The Ocean City School District, along with a handful of districts in Atlantic County, have a two hour delayed opening today.  Some schools in northern New Jersey are closed today due to …

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HI, POLAR VORTEX, STAY WITH US UNTIL FRIDAY NIGHT

The Jersey Shore is skating easy on the arrival of the polar vortex which is expected to remain in our region until Friday evening.  Thursday’s forecast high is expected to fall shy of 25 degrees with wind chill values at -10.  The weather breaks on Saturday with temperatures in the upper 30s; it will be …

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