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FORMER OCEAN CITY SPORTS LEGEND DICK GALANTE, 87

Ocean City sports legend and veteran Dick Galante passed away over the weekend at the age of 87.  Galante was a three-sport athlete at Ocean City High School and served in Korea for the United States Navy.  Galante was also the co-creater of the VFW basketball league in Ocean City; his son, Tony, was a [...]

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BREAKING: PENNSYLVANIA MAN DROWNS OFF WILDWOOD BEACH

A 35 year old man from Middletown, Pennsylvania drowned off the Leaming Avenue beach in Wildwood Sunday afternoon.  City police say the body of the man was ultimately found floating in the water at Rambler Avenue in Wildwood Crest.  The identity of the victim has not been released. ##

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SOUTH JERSEY MAN KILLED IN CRASH ON GARDEN STATE PARKWAY

35 year old Barnegat man lost his life during a single vehicle accident on the Garden State Parkway Saturday night.  State Police said Daniel Forrest lost control of his vehicle near milepost 69.9 and struck several trees.  A passenger in the vehicle was seriously injured and sent to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center in Atlantic City. [...]

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SPORTS: DONOGHUE MAKES QB DEBUT FOR COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY

Former Ocean City High School quarterback Andrew Donoghue made his debut for the College of New Jersey during a loss to Farleigh Dickinson over the weekend.  CoastSportsToday.com was the first to report that Donoghue split time at quarterback and completed 10 of 16 passed for 98 yards.  Donoghue’s team will play next in South Jersey [...]

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CAPE MAY POLICE SEEK HELP WITH LOCATING BURGLARY SUSPECT

Cape May Police are asking for the public with identifying a suspect connected to several burglaries.  The police department posted picture of the suspect leaving a local business; anyone with information on the suspect is asked to contact Cape May Police. ##

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ANTHONY SUPPA, 89, FORMER OWNER OF THUNDERBIRD INN

Funeral services will be held on Wednesday morning for 89 year old Anthony Suppa, who passed away at the age of 89.  Suppa was the owner of the former Thunderbird Inn in North Wildwood and operated various rental properties on the Wildwood boardwalk.  He also was the owner of the Anglesea Pub with his wife, [...]

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TRAFFIC STILL DIVERTED OFF ROUTE 47 IN MILLVILLE AT SMALL BRIDGE

Traffic continues to be diverted off Route 47 in Millville as emergency work is performed on the bridge over Menatico Creek.  State transportation officials say traffic will be taken off Route 47 in both directions until the work is completed.  Drivers will take routes 49 and 55 as an alternate route. ##

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NORTH WILDWOOD PD TO HOST COFFEE WITH A COP

North Wildwood Police have extended an open invitation to have coffee with a cop during an event at the Vegas Diner on Friday, September 8th.  Police will be available to chat with residents about public safety issues from 8am until 10am. ##

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TWO PHILLY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL GAMES SATURDAY IN WILDWOOD

If you’re from Philadelphia and looking for something to do at the shore on a rainy Saturday, Maxwell Field in Wildwood may be the place for you.  There are two high school football games being played at the field today; the first game starts at 11:30am and features Roman Catholic vs. West Catholic.  Later in [...]

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CAPE MAY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER SHARED SERVICES AGREEMENT, AWARD CONTRACT

The Cape May City Council will meet Tuesday evening and is expected to approve a shared services agreement with the County for the design and construction of a Coast Guard Bikeway.  Council may also award a contract for the Baltimore Avenue and New York Avenue water main replacement project.  The meeting starts Tuesday at 6pm. [...]

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