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SLAVERY REPARATIONS? THEY MAY HAPPEN IN NEW JERSEY

Slavery reparations may be coming to the Garden State.  Lawmakers on Thursday introduced new legislation that would create a task force to explore slave reparations.  The legislation attempts to “achieve a sense of social and economic justice&#82...

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ICONA OWNER BUYS BEACH THEATER IN CAPE MAY

The owner of the local Icona properties is the new owner of the Beach Theater in Cape May.  Eustace Mita bought the theater property at auction for $6.5 million and plans to build a hotel there.  The first floor of the proposed hotel is expected to rem...

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WEST WILDWOOD ADDS KOROBELLIS TO COMMISSION

West Wildwood has a new member on its Borough Commission.  Amy Korobellis was sworn in to office during a ceremony on Thursday.  Korobellis was the top vote getter in this month’s election to fill the unexpired term of Cornelius Maxwell, who quit...

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HAVE A SIP..OF TOILET WATER AT A VINELAND SCHOOL

Vineland Police say a 13 year old student has been arrested after he put toilet water into another child’s water bottle, and the child took a sip.  The incident took place at the Sgt. Dominick Pilla Middle School.  The suspect was processed and t...

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VAN DREW SPONSORS BILL PUTTING HEAT ON CABLE COMPANIES

Congressman Jeff Van Drew has sponsored new federal legislation that would require cable companies to disclose the total price of your cable bill, including all of the little fees that come along for the ride.  Van Drew says the issue is important in h...

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RACE OVER, DEMS BEAT REPUBS IN SECOND DISTRICT

It is a very narrow victory for incumbent democratic Assemblymen John Armato and Vince Mazzeo in Atlantic County.  Mail in ballots pushed their slim lead up higher, and the republicans have conceded the race.  Democrats outpolled republicans by more th...

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SPORTS: LOCAL STUDENT ATHLETES SIGN LETTERS OF INTENT

Local student athletes signed various letters of intent to continue their athletic careers this week.  CoastSportsToday.com reports that ten Cape May County students signed letters on Wednesday.  Wildwood Catholic basketball stars Taj Thweatt signed with West Virginia, while Jahlil White signed with Temple.  Middle Township lacrosse star Kira Sides signed with LaSalle, while fellow Panther …

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