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TUITION GOING UP AT RUTGERS UNIVERSITY

Tuition is going up this year at Rutgers University. School officials announced a 1.85 percent increase in tuition this year, putting the average bill at $14,638. Rutgers is also increasing fees charged for room and board. ##

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ATLANTIC CITY MAN TAKES PLEA DEAL IN MURDER CASE

A 27 year old Atlantic City man faces up to 20 years in prison after copping a plea deal in connection with a homicide case. Omar Curry pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter in connection with the killing of 32 year old Nelson Rivera back in 2014....

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WILDWOOD MAN GETS SEVEN YEARS FOR NARCOTICS OFFENSES

A Wildwood resident has received over seven years in prison for taking part in “Operation Dream Chaser”, a local narcotics investigation. County Prosecutor Robert Taylor announced that Rafael Delgado was participating in a larger drug network that landed the ringleader 17 years in state prison. ##

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DEAN MARCOLONGO NAMED NEW COUNTY SURROGATE

Dean Marcolongo is the new Surrogate for Cape May county. Marcolongo was selected by republicans this week to replace Susan Sheppard, who resigned to assume a Superior Court judgeship. Marcolongo is expected to run for re-election unopposed in Novemb...

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DOCTOR NABBED, 18 IN OUR REGION BUSTED FOR DRUG OPERATION

A North Jersey doctor and 17 individuals from largely Atlantic County were charged in connection with a huge drug operation. State Attorney General Christopher Porrino announced that 53 year old Craig Gialanella was arrested for writing phony prescriptions for oxycontin and other drugs in exchange for cash. Among those busted were Margate firefighter Ted Gogol [...]

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“OPERATION OXY HIGHWAY” TO BE DISCUSSED THIS AFTERNOON

A major press conference is scheduled by New Jersey Attorney General Christopher Porrino at 1pm today to discuss “Operation Oxy Highway”. Porrino says drug dealers from Atlantic County received fraudulent prescriptions from a doctor 100 miles away. The prescriptions were offered in exchange for cash. It’s unclear if this is in any way associated with [...]

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