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COUNTY OEM CONDUCTS DRONE TESTING AT WOODBINE AIRPORT

Another important drone test occurred recently at the Woodbine Airport. County Emergency Management Director Marty Pagliughi and representatives from Verizon and American Aerospace Technologies conducted the exercise that will help with communications...

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REPORT: FORMER OCEAN CITY SPORTS STAR BREAKS NECK

Former Ocean City High School sports star Matt Fumo reportedly broke his neck in a swimming accident near the Ocean City-Longport Bridge. The Press of Atlantic City reports that Fumo was injured on Thursday. A Go Fund Me page has been established in Fumo’s name, and more than $42,000 has been raised to date. ##

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VILLAS MAN ARRESTED ON HEROIN DISTRIBUTION OFFENSES

A 31 year old Villas man has been arrested and charged in connection with the distribution of heroin in the community. Cape May County Prosecutor Robert Taylor announced that Edgardo Torrado was arrested last week after authorities found 560 bags of heroin inside his vehicle on Virginia Avenue. He could face between five to ten [...]

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REPORT: WHISTLEBLOWER SUIT COSTS WEST WILDWOOD $1.1 MILLION

A whistleblower’s lawsuit filed by the police chief in West Wildwood is costing over $1.1 million. NJ.com reports that Jacquelyn Ferentz alleged that former mayor Herbert “Chuck” Frederick interfered in police operations and even fired a cop who pulled Frederick over during a motor vehicle stop. A jury issued the judgement last week. ##

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LOWER TOWNSHIP, AVALON ANNOUNCE NATIONAL NIGHT OUT ACTIVITIES

Lower Township and Avalon announced their National Night Out events today. Lower Township will have its event at the Cape May Lewes Ferry Terminal this year, while Avalon’s event will be located next to Community Hall. Avalon will follow its Night Out with a free showing of the classic movie “Jaws” on the 30th Street [...]

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FERRY’S MV TWIN CAPES BEING SOLD FOR AN ARTIFICIAL REEF

The Cape May Lewes Ferry’s MV Twin Capes has sailed for the last time. The Delaware River and Bay Authority announced that the MV Twin Capes has been sold to the State of Delaware to be used as an artificial reef. The Authority tried to sell the former ferry for five years, but there were [...]

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REPORT: TEENAGE GIRL MISSING FROM WILDWOOD

Wildwood Police are reportedly searching for a 13 year old girl who went missing this weekend while on vacation in the Wildwoods with her family. NJ.com reports that Trinity Christianson was seen early Sunday morning in North Wildwood but has not been...

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