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FAMILY OF NJ STATE TROOPER TO RECEIVE $2.3 MILLION SETTLEMENT

The family of a New Jersey State Trooper who was killed in an accident in South Jersey nearly two years ago will be getting over $2.3 million in a settlement.  Sean Cullen was 31 years old when he was responding to a car fire and crash on I-295 in West Deptford when he was killed. [...]

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JANUARY RAINBOW AT THE SHORE? YEAH, WE GOT ONE!

Not one rainbow, but two.  Two rainbows appeared in central Cape May County Tuesday afternoon around 4:20pm just as a final line of rain showers was moving through the area.  The rainbows were spotted in Dennis Township and surrounding communities. Pho...

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22 YEAR OLD WOODBINE MAN BUSTED FOR SWAINTON HOME INVASION

Middle Township Police announced the arrest of a 22 year old Woodbine man on charges that he broke into a home in Swainton and was discovered in her room by the daughter of the homeowner.  Evan Bossuyt has been charged with the crime; he was highly intoxicated when he entered what he believed to be [...]

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AVALON POLICE DEPARTMENT TO GET NEW CHIEF, CAPTAIN WEDNESDAY

The Avalon Police Department will fill leadership positions during the Borough Council meeting Wednesday afternoon.  Longtime Avalon Police Chief William McCormick will retire, and address Council.  A new chief and captain are expected to be named duri...

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WILDWOOD CITY COMMISSION TO MEET WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON

The Wildwood City Commission meets Wednesday afternoon with largely routine business before the governing body.  The Commission is expected to authorize an RFQ for a potential bungee trampoline amusement on the city’s beach; it may also introduce an ordinance that prohibit the location of any potential marijuana dispensaries in the city, if allowable by State [...]

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STONE HARBOR COMPLETES PROPERTY REVALUATION

Stone Harbor has completed its most recent property revaluation.  Borough officials announced on their website that the revaluation is complete; any property owner who disagrees with the assessment must contact the company who conducted the work in fiv...

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GOVERNOR: HOME DELIVERY OF MEDICAL POT CAN BE ON THE TABLE

Governor Phil Murphy is calling for a review of the State’s medical marijuana regulations and he says that home delivery of medical pot may be in our future.  Murphy says there could be some major changes to our laws including the elimination of a two ounce limit and the availability of medical marijuana for more [...]

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REPORT: BASKETBALL COACH SUSPENDED AFTER “INAPPROPRIATE” INCIDENT WITH MALE

A basketball coach at Vineland High School has been suspended following for what’s being called an “inappropriate” incident with a male member of the team.  NJ.com reports that Albert Porter was placed on administrative leave on Friday.  Porter serves as the team’s head coach and there’s no confirmation yet on what type of activity he [...]

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