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LOWER CAPE, WILDWOOD SOCCER TEAMS SUPPORT BREAST CANCER AWARENESS

Boys’ soccer teams from Lower Cape May Regional and Wildwood High schools donned shirts to support the awareness of breast cancer during their matchup Wednesday evening in Erma.   The teams have also ordered 300 pink shirts that players from both sides have been selling to raise money to fight the disease. For more, see [...]

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AVALON SUPPORTS SOUTHERN SHORE REGIONAL DMO OUTREACH PROGRAM

Avalon’s Borough Council met Wednesday and expressed its full support for a tourism marketing program involving the Southern Shore Regional DMO that helps promote local shore resorts.  Avalon Business Administrator Scott Wahl delivered a report to Council Wednesday afternoon and stated 23,000 materials promoting Avalon was handed out at various travel and tourism shows in [...]

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COASTSPORTSTODAY.COM EXCLUSIVE: HAAS RESIGNS AS AD AT WILDWOOD CATHOLIC

Brian Haas has resigned as the athletic director at Wildwood Catholic High School to accept a job at LaSalle University.  Brian Cunniff reports exclusively on CoastSportsToday.com that Haas has accepted the job as the full time equipment manager at LaSalle, where he has been working part time. Wildwood Catholic is hopeful to have a new [...]

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PROSECUTION RESTS IN MENENDEZ CORRUPTION TRIAL

The prosecution has rested in the corruption trial involving United States Senator Robert Menendez.  There is the potential that the judge hearing the case could make a ruling soon on a motion to dismiss charges against Menendez.  The trial is expected...

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REPORT: MAJOR FEDERAL DUNE PROJECT COMING TO NORTH WILDWOOD

A major federal dune project is coming to North Wildwood to help provide resiliency for the community.  The Press of Atlantic City reports that as much as 500 feet of sand will be removed from both Wildwood and Wildwood Crest in order to facilitate the construction of the dunes.  The timeline for completion of the [...]

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MURPHY, GUADAGNO SPAR OVER TAXES IN FIRST DEBATE

The gloves came off early and often during the first New Jersey gubernatorial debate featuring Phil Murphy and Kim Guadagno.  Guadagno alleged that the democratic candidate’s tax plan would result in $9 billion in additional funding from New Jersey taxpayers; Murphy alleges republicans have given large corporations huge tax breaks.  The election is less than [...]

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REPORT: MAN WHO KILLS SEAGULL GOES TO TRIAL INSTEAD OF PAYING FINE

A 56 year old Philadelphia man accused of killing a seagull on the Sea Isle City beaches this summer will go on trial for the crime after rejecting a plea deal that would have resulted in a $250 fine.  Andrew Frost had a hearing last week on charges that he killed the bird in late [...]

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STATE POLICE SERGEANT SAVES COUPLE FROM BURNING VEHICLE

A New Jersey State Police sergeant saved the lives of a couple who were in a burning vehicle on the Atlantic City Expressway Tuesday morning.  James Mitchell pulled over when he saw the car engulfed in flames and smoke, and was able to get both out of the vehicle without serious injuries. The accident occurred [...]

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