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TWO MEN WHO SOLD HEROIN THAT KILLED THREE SENTENCED TO PRISON

Two men who sold illegal drugs that killed three people are headed to prison in unrelated cases.  25 year old Jamal Campos will spend 20 years in prison for selling drugs that killed an Egg Harbor Township man.  27 year old Jonathan Porter of Trenton sold drugs that killed a man from Galloway Township, and …

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MILLVILLE MAN CONVICTED OF KILLING WIFE AND HER BABY

Ricardo Carrillo Santiago has been convicted on charges that he murdered his estranged wife and her baby by another man back in 2015.  Carrillo Santiago was in court before the weekend and heard the guilty verdict read by the jury.  He will spend the r...

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DEMS INTRODUCE BILL TO HELP SUPPORT WILDWOODS TOURISM

Democratic lawmakers in our district have introduced a bill in Trenton that would financially supports tourism efforts in the Wildwoods.  A bill sponsored by assemblymen Matt Milam and Bruce Land will supports the Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement ...

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SEN. CORY BOOKER ANNOUNCES PRESIDENTIAL BID

New Jersey Senator Cory Booker is running for President.  Booker announced Friday morning on social media that he will seek the democratic nomination for president.  Booker is 49 years old, and says “we can build a country where no one is forgott...

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SNOW SHOWERS THIS AFTERNOON, 1-2″ OF SNOW POSSIBLE

Snow showers are possible this afternoon, which may bring an inch or two of snow to our region.  The National Weather Service predicts cold temperatures for one more day with the chance of some light snow late morning or early afternoon.  No heavy snow...

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TED CROITOR, OWNER OF CROITOR FEED, 73

Funeral services will be held tomorrow in Cape May Court House for Theodore Croitor, the former owner of Croitor Feed in Cape May Court House.  Croitor passed away at his home at the age of 73.  He was involved in many local civic organizations. The po...

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