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POLL: BOOKER LAGS BEHIND OTHER DEMS FOR 2020 PRESIDENTIAL RUN

If New Jersey Senator Cory Booker runs for President in two years, he has a lot of ground to make up.  A new CNN poll released over the weekend puts Booker fifth in the field of democratic candidates with only five percent of the popular support in his party.  The frontrunner? Former Vice President Joe …

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SPORTS: ST. JOSEPH’S BLOWN OUT 51-0 WITHOUT ITS HEAD COACH

It was a beatdown that fans of St. Joseph’s high school football are not used to.  St. Joseph’s was crushed by West Deptford, 51-0 over the weekend in a game that did not feature long time head coach Paul Sacco, who was suspended for two games.  Sacco was benched for an inappropriate video made by …

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HS FOOTBALL: LOWER WINS 4TH GAME, OCEAN CITY FALLS TO TRITON

Lower Cape May’s football team won its fourth game of the year with a 35-0 win over Wildwood in a game broadcast live on WCZT Friday night.  In other action, Middle Township fell to Mainland, 28-17, and Triton knocked off Ocean City, 33-23.  In one of the best games of the night, St. Augustine defeated …

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DRYER FIRE STRIKES WILDWOOD LAUNDROMAT FRIDAY MORNING

Wildwood and North Wildwood fire departments responded to a dryer fire located at a laundromat on Atlantic Avenue in Wildwood Friday morning.  Fire officials say smoke was found throughout the building.  There were no injuries; the cause remains under ...

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WILDWOOD’S BYRNE PLAZA WINS STATE AWARD

Wildwood’s downtown Byrne Plaza has earned the 2018 Downtown New Jersey Excellence Aware for Excellence in Placemaking.  The plaza has also been recognized by the Greater Wildwood Chamber of commerce with the Community Commitment Award. The post ...

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OCEAN COUNTY COUPLE HEADED TO PRISON FOR “SANDY” FRAUD

An Ocean County couple is headed to state prison for stealing over $1.4 million from Hurricane Sandy victims by conducting insurance fraud.  43 year old Jeffrey Colmyer and his wife, 35 year old Tiffany Cimino, diverted the insurance money to gamble and buy luxury items.  Colmyer was given seven years in prison; Cimino, five years …

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