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LOCAL SOROPTIMISTS ASSIST GIRLS WITH LEARNING SKILLS

Soroptimist International of Cape May County held its Girlz Rule conference at Lower Cape May Regional High School earlier this month.  The organization of local professional women met with 87 fifth and sixth grade girls from four local communities to help give young girls the tools they need to succeed.  Some information that was shared [...]

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SEA ISLE IN THE PROCESS OF PAINTING WATER TOWER

Sea Isle City is in the process of repainting the city’s water tower.  Allied Painting of Cherry Hill was given a contract worth over $600,000 to repaint the tower which will help extend the life of the structure.  Protective shielding has been p...

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NORTH WILDWOOD COPS, FIREFIGHTERS BUY HOLIDAY MEALS

North Wildwood police officers and firefighters went food shopping this week to purchase groceries that will help needy families enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving holiday.  The public safety officials purchased turkeys, pies, and vegetables to complete holiday meals and donated the items to local families on Tuesday.  The food was paid for by the North Wildwood [...]

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VINELAND VETERANS HOME OPENS IN TIME FOR THANKSGIVING

The quarantine is over, and the Vineland Veterans Memorial Home is back open for business.  Officials say a norovirus outbreak occurred inside the building and the veterans were moved out as a precaution.  All normal activities have resumed at the home...

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STATE GOP NAMES STEINHARDT ITS NEW CHAIRMAN

Doug Steinhardt has been chosen to be the new chairman of the New Jersey Republican Party.  Steinhardt is actually a partner in former democratic governor Jim Florio’s law firm.  Republicans have just lost the governor’s seats and various l...

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ROUTE CHANGE FOR MIDDLE TOWNSHIP CHRISTMAS PARADE NEXT WEEK

Middle Township has announced a route change for its annual Christmas parade to be held next Friday, December 1st.  Township officials say this year’s parade will begin at 6pm on Pacific Avenue in Cape May Court House, proceed north on Route 9, and then turn on to Mechanic Street.  Registrations for the parade are due [...]

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CRDA LIKELY TO PARTIALLY PAY FOR TRUMP PLAZA DEMOLITION

The State of New Jersey will likely be contributing $5.6 million for the planned demolition of the Trump Plaza in Atlantic City.  The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority has given preliminary approvals to the contribution to Carl Ichan who wants to knock the building down.  One of the two hotel towers and a bridge are expected [...]

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AVALON APPROVES AFFORDABLE HOUSING PLAN

The Borough of Avalon approved a plan to create affordable housing during its meeting on Tuesday.  Avalon is expected to create an overlay zone in its business district that will allow second floor residential development that can be obligated to fulfill an affordable housing obligation that has been mandated by the New Jersey courts in [...]

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