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FAMOUS JERSEY SHORE BOARDWALK TO GET NEW DECKING

One of the most famous boardwalks in the United States will be getting new decking.  Asbury Park officials are accepting bids this week for a $400,000 project to re-deck the famous boardwalk.  Two boardwalk pavilions are being replaced during a separat...

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AUTOPSY SCHEDULED FOR WOMAN WHO DIED IN SOUTH JERSEY HOUSE FIRE

An autopsy is scheduled for today for a 68 year old woman who died as a result of a fire Tuesday afternoon at her home in Gloucester County.  Authorities say Carol Nicosia was pulled from the fire; her husband was not at home at the time of the blaze.  The cause of the fire may [...]

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ACCU WEATHER: WIND CHILLS BELOW ZERO POSSIBLE IN OUR REGION

Accu Weather is predicting wind chill values below zero during this cold snap that has gripped our region.  An arctic air mass has moved into New Jersey which will keep temperatures below freezing for the next several days.  The Cape May County Department of Emergency Management has enacted a Code Blue alert for those at [...]

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NEW OBSERVATION WHEEL UP IN ATLANTIC CITY, COLD CLOSES IT DOWN

The giant new observation wheel on Steel Pier is open for business this week, but cold weather will likely suspend its operations.  Steel Pier officials announced that the wheel would be working between Christmas and New Year’s, but only if temperatures were at or above about 40 degrees.  The wheel cost $14 million and suspends [...]

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BBC UPDATE: OCEAN CITY GIRLS EARN HUGE WIN

The Boardwalk Basketball Classic continues this week at the Wildwoods Convention Center.  On Tuesday morning, Ocean City’s girls team knocked off Hatboro Horsham, 56-33.  Wildwood and Lower Cape May girls are in action in separate games later in ...

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