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REPORT: VINELAND COPS INDICTED ON MISCONDUCT CHARGES

Two Vineland police officers and a corrections officer have all been swept up in an indictment allegedly making false reports and the fabrication of evidence relating to a golf cart accident. The Daily Journal reports that officers Tomasz Kwintiuk and Steven Houbary were charged with obstruction and official misconduct along with other offenses. The officers [...]

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CAPE MAY TO OPEN NEW POLL AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEXT WEEK

The Cape May City Elementary School is slated to open a new indoor swimming pool next weekend. The new pool will host a grand opening event on October 12th. Various registration forms and fee schedules will be made available to the public at the gran...

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NEW JERSEY FILES MASSIVE SUIT AGAINST “EVIL” DRUG MAKERS

New Jersey Attorney General Chris Porrino announced a major lawsuit has been filed against a drug manufacturer for aggressively pushing its pills, which caused addictions and death. Therapeutics, Inc. of Arizona highly marketed and pushed an addictive opioid that was targeted towards cancer patients. Porrino called the conduct “evil”.

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PYGMY SPERM WHALE, YOUNG CALF PUT TO SLEEP AFTER COMING ASHORE

The Marine Mammal Stranding Center announced that a pygmy sperm whale and its young calf were both euthanized on Thursday after coming ashore in Brigantine. Officials with the center say the mother was bloodied and tired, possibly from striking a jetty. These types of whales that come up on the beach often do not survive. [...]

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ELECTION BALLOT-GATE NOW ALIVE AND WELL IN ATLANTIC CITY

An investigation has been ordered after a republican councilman from Atlantic City alleges that his sealed, mail in election ballot already had selections checked for three democrats running for office. Philly.com reports that Councilman Jesse Kurtz has complained to the Attorney General’s office regarding the ballot; Mayor Don Guardian has launched an immediate investigation.

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TWO WHALES EUTHANIZED AFTER WASHING UP ON BRIGANTINE BEACH

A pygmy sperm whale and her young calf were found on a Brigantine beach two hours apart on Wednesday. The Marine Mammal Stranding Center was called to assist the whales, but they were seriously injured and had to be euthanized. The pygmy sperm whales who are deep sea creatures, will undergo examinations at to determine why [...]

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BRIDGETON TO GET $2.5 MILLION GRANT FOR FOOD PRODUCTION PLANT

Congressman Frank A. LoBiondo announced that the Cumberland County Improvement Authority has been awarded a $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration for construction of a Food Industry Commercialization Center adjacent to the Rutgers Food Innovation Center in Bridgeton. It is expected that 190 jobs will be created. The new multi-tenant facility will be [...]

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SOME RAIN COULD COME OUR WAY NEXT WEEK FROM “NATE”

It’s possible some rain could come to our region next week from Tropical Storm Nate. The National Weather Service predicts Nate will be a small hurricane when it comes inland over Louisiana this weekend; the track of the storm puts the outer cone over South Jersey sometime next week. Accu Weather continues to monitor the [...]

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SPORTS: LOWER BEATS MIDDLE IN GIRLS SOCCER, 2-1

A big win Wednesday for the Lower Cape May girls soccer program, knocking off arch rival Middle Township, 2-1 in Erma. Tayannis Torres scored the game winner for the Lady Caper Tigers, who improved to 3-7 on the season. For more on this story, visit www.CoastSportsToday.com for Brian Cunniff’s game summary and video from the [...]

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