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FINAL PUSH FOR MURPHY, GUADAGNO BEFORE ELECTION

It’s a final push for the two major party gubernatorial candidates in New Jersey.  Democrat Phil Murphy holds a lead over republican Kim Guadagno in every pre-election poll.  Guadagno conducted a bus tour to help boost her support before Tuesday....

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SPORTS: HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SEEDS, PLAYOFFS ALL SET

The high school football playoff seedings and pairings are all set.  Ocean City is the only Cape May County team to qualify for the playoffs; the Red Raiders are seeded fifth in South Jersey and will travel to Delsea.  Middle Township, Wildwood, and Lower Cape May did not qualify for the post season. For more, [...]

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SPORTS: HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SEEDS, PLAYOFFS ALL SET

The high school football playoff seedings and pairings are all set.  Ocean City is the only Cape May County team to qualify for the playoffs; the Red Raiders are seeded fifth in South Jersey and will travel to Delsea.  Middle Township, Wildwood, and Lower Cape May did not qualify for the post season. For more, [...]

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STONE HARBOR TO CONSIDER BOND FOR POLICE BUILDING

Stone Harbor’s borough council will meet Tuesday afternoon and could take final action on a bond that would finance a new building for the police department.  Council is expected to go into closed session to discuss employment issues. The post ST...

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CAPE MAY CITY COUNCIL TO HOLD SPECIAL MEETING MONDAY

The Cape May City Council will be holding a special meeting Monday afternoon.  Council will entertain discussion from the bicycle and pedestrian advisory committee and may approve a closed session meeting dealing with the city’s Convention Hall. ...

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NOT GUILTY: LENTZ ACQUITTED IN OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT CASE

Former Ocean City High School athletic director Christine Lentz was acquitted of official misconduct charges by a jury on Friday.  Lentz was accused of hacking into the email account of a school superintendent with an iPad.  Lentz retired after a 30-ye...

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