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MIDDLE STUDENTS SACRIFICE THEIR LUNCH HOUR

Middle Township’s Middle School Pink Panthers and Success Club willingly renounced their lunch hour by washing cars on Tuesday for Teachers Appreciation Week. Middle Township Police helped support their cause by sending out some of their very own patrol vehicles. Since 1953 teachers have been commended for their job well done during this second week …

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LOWER TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT PROMOTES LIEUTENANT

The Lower Township Police Department announced the promotion of Donald Vanaman to Lieutenant and administered the Oath of Office at the Lower Township Council Meeting on Monday. Vanaman is the father of three children and a fifteen year veteran of the department. He also serves in the U.S. Army Reserve as the Commander of the …

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ATLANTIC CITY MAN ARRESTED IN KNIFE SLASHING INCIDENT

Atlantic City Police announced that a local man was arrested on Monday after he slashed another man with a knife during an altercation. Police say 52 year-old Dane Jones of Atlantic City, was charged with aggravated assault and unlawful possession of a weapon and placed in the Atlantic County Jail. Jones allegedly slashed the hand …

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GRADUATION CEREMONIES AT STOCKTON UNIVERSITY THIS WEEK

Stockton University will host the first of two graduation ceremonies on Tuesday. Over 250 graduate students will be recognized on Stockton’s main campus at the Doctoral and Master’s Degree Ceremony. On Friday, the Stockton undergraduate commencement ceremony will be held at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City. Governor Phil Murphy is scheduled to be the guest …

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GILLIAN VS. FLOOD IN OCEAN CITY ELECTION

It’s Mayor Jay Gillian versus former Council President John Flood in today’s mayoral election in Ocean City.  Polls are open in the city and will remain open until 8:00pm.  Three council seats are also up for grab; candidates in those races...

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WILDWOOD MAN FACES 20 YEARS IN PRISON AFTER CONVICTION

A 40 year old Wildwood man faces up to 20 years in prison after being convicted of aggravated assault and theft.  Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland announced that Ronray Harris has been convicted on charges that he stabbed another individual at the Wildwood Bus Terminal back in February, 2017.  Sentencing will be held on …

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REPORT: LEGISLATURE TO HOLD HEARINGS REGARDING TEACHERS’ VIDEO

Senate President Steve Sweeney has confirmed that special legislative hearings are being held to discuss videos that show leaders of the state’s top teachers’ union talking about protecting teachers accused of accusing students.  Sweeney told NJ Advance Media that he asked for special meetings of the Senate education and labor committees to convene immediately to …

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COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM TO HOST EXPERT TUESDAY

The Cape May County Department of Tourism is hosting a small business summit Tuesday at the Wildwoods Convention Center.  The summit will include several guest speakers, including individuals who represent Trip Advisor, New York City television, and business development experts.  The summit is free and open to the public.  The event is co-hosted by the …

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