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HS HOOPS: WILDWOOD CATHOLIC TOPS MIDDLE TWP. IN BOYS ACTION

Another big win for the Wildwood Catholic boys basketball program last night.  In a game broadcast and video streamed live on WCZT, the Crusaders knocked off Middle Township, 82-42 to improve to 14-1.  Wildwood Catholic is now close to earning the top overall seed in the South Jersey Non Public B playoffs. For a game …

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FORMER CAPE MAY MAYOR ARTHUR BLOMKVEST, 83

A memorial ceremony will be held on Sunday, February 3rd for former longtime Cape May Mayor Arthur “Mickey” Blomkvest.  Blomkvest passed away Saturday at his home in South Seaville.  Blomkvest served as Cape May’s Mayor from 1976-1988...

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AVALON APPROVES SWEEPING CHANGES TO CONSTRUCTION REGULATIONS

The Avalon Borough Council approved sweeping changes to ordinances that regulate construction in the community.  The new ordinance changes include adjustments in the days, hours, and holidays where construction may occur, and also holds contractors to ...

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LONG STANDOFF ENDS IN SALEM COUNTY, SUSPECT IN CUSTODY

New Jersey State Police say a long standoff ended Wednesday afternoon in Salem County after a wanted fugitive opened fire on cops.  26 year old Eric Smith was taken into custody with no injuries after United States Marshals attempted to take him.  Smit...

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REPORT: CORRECTIONS OFFICERS COMPLAIN ABOUT STAFFING AT NEW COUNTY JAIL

Corrections officers at the brand new Cape May County Jail are complaining about a lack of proper training and understaffing at the new facility.  The Press of Atlantic City reports that the Fraternal Order of Police lodge has complained about the new operations; Sheriff Bob Nolan says the jail has been only open for a …

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INCH OF RAIN EXPECTED OVERNIGHT, THEN COLDER TEMPERATURES MOVE IN AGAIN

Warm temperatures and more than an inch of rain are both in the forecast over the next 36 hours.  Accu Weather predicts some heavy rainfall during the overnight and morning hours into Thursday.  Then, temperatures fall again on Friday with windy conditions and daytime highs remaining in the 30s before a slight warmup into the …

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