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CAPE MAY TO PRESENT NEW FEMA FLOOD MAPS NEXT MONTH

Cape May will have a public discussion regarding new FEMA flood maps for the city during a special meeting to be held at the Cape May Convention Center on October 11th. The discussion will begin at 6:30pm; engineer Tom Thornton of Mott MacDonald will ...

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NEW CAMEL ARRIVES AT CAPE MAY COUNTY PARK AND ZOO

Welcome “Walter” the camel to the Cape May County Park and Zoo. Freeholder Marie Hayes announced that the new camel came from Animal Adventure Park in New York. Walter is a Bactrain camel and is six months old Bactrain camels have two humps, not one.

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ELDERLY WOMAN FILES SUIT, SAYS HER HOME WAS SEARCHED FOR NARCOTICS

An 84 year old woman has sued an individual in the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office after authorities searched her home for illegal drugs. NJ.com reports that Mary Bridge’s home was searched in Bridgeton nearly two years ago for narcotics, and she alleges they had the wrong house. She is suing for emotional distress and mental [...]

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REPORT: STATE’S TOP COP MAY HEAD UP THE FEDERAL DEA

The superintendent of the New Jersey State Police may be headed to the federal government. The Washington Post reports that Colonel Rick Fuentes is in the running to serve President Trump as the head of the federal Drug Enforcement Administration. Fuentes is being actively considered for the job.

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TWO DEAD IN CRASH ON GARDEN STATE PARKWAY

Two people were killed Tuesday afternoon during an accident on the Garden State Parkway in Toms River. State Police say the driver and passenger of the vehicle were both killed when the car they were driving in overturned on a median. No other vehicl...

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COUNTY LOOKS TO MAKE IMPROVEMENTS TO SUNSET BOULEVARD

The Cape May County Freeholders are looking to make improvements to Sunset Boulevard which runs through Lower Township, West Cape May, and Cape May Point. The Board has authorized a study that will examine all of the interests of the Boulevard that involve motor vehicles, pedestrians, and bicyclists. A majority of the project’s length is [...]

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AVALON POLICE SAVE DESPONDENT MAN WHO ENTERED OCEAN

Avalon Police saved a man who entered the ocean early Sunday morning with the intent to injure himself. Police responded to the 16th Street beach; Patrolman Mark Glassford entered the ocean to speak with the man in chest-deep water. Glassford was able to talk the man out of harm. The individual was taken to a [...]

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