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COASTAL FLOOD, WINTER STORM WATCHES ISSUED FOR JERSEY CAPE

On the first day of spring, a winter storm will begin that will bring some flooding and accumulating snow to the Jersey Cape.  The National Weather Service has put Cape May County under both Winter Storm and Coastal Flood watches.  Moderate coastal flooding is possible at time of high tide Tuesday and Wednesday nights; rain …

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CRIMINAL COMPLAINT FILED BY DEMS AGAINST AC MAYOR

The new mayor of Atlantic City is the subject of a criminal complaint filed by his own Democratic Party.  Frank Gilliam is accused of taking a $10,000 check intended for the committee and placing it into his own campaign account.  Gilliam insists the check was deposited into his account by error and the money was …

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LATEST FORECAST: ACCUMULATING SNOW LIKELY IN CAPE ON WEDNESDAY

A very dicey forecast for Wednesday is expected to change a bit as another coastal storm comes for a visit Tuesday, into Wednesday.  Accu Weather is calling for a largely rain event on Tuesday, but a changeover to snow on Wednesday around lunchtime that could leave a few inches of snow on the ground in …

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ATLANTIC CITY MAN CHARGED IN CONNECTION WITH RECENT SLAYING

A 30 year old Atlantic City man has been charged in connection with the slaying of a 23 year old man last week in the city.  Authorities announced today that Howard Cassell has been charged been reckless manslaughter and other offenses in connection with the fatal shooting of Da’Quan Montague on North New Jersey Avenue …

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REPORT: OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE, BIG LOTS BOTH COMING TO HAMILTON TOWNSHIP

An Outback Steakhouse and a Big Lots are both coming to Hamilton Township.  The Press of Atlantic City reports that the Big Lots store will be located in the former store occupied by HH Gregg, while the restaurant will be located at the site of the former Eruptions strip club.  The Outback restaurant will be …

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WOODBINE ECO-PARK GROUND BREAKING MOVED INDOORS ON TUESDAY DUE TO RAIN

A forecast that includes some wet weather is moving the ground breaking event for a new eco-park in Woodbine indoors for Tuesday.  The County announced that the event to discuss details of the new park will be held inside the Woodbine Library due to rain in the forecast.  The new park will include educational and …

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NOR’EASTER #4: SOME RAIN AND WIND, NOT A MAJOR IMPACT

The fourth nor’easter of the late winter season is expected to produce rain, some wind, and possibly some sleet or snow early Wednesday morning.  Accu Weather is not calling for a major impact for our region, but the weather will be pretty lousy Monday night through Wednesday morning.  About an inch of precipitation is expected; …

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CAPE MAY TO ADDRESS PUBLIC SAFETY BUILDING, SUNDAY SALES OF BOOZE

Cape May’s city council meets Tuesday and is expected to hold a public hearing on a bond ordinance that would approve the preliminary expenses for the construction of a new public safety building.  The City Council may also consider the introduction of a new ordinance regulating the sale of alcoholic beverages on Sunday.  The meeting …

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