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AUTHORITIES: MEN FOUND IN VINELAND LAKE WERE BROTHERS

Authorities say the two men who were found dead in a Vineland lake this week were brothers. They have been identified as 30 year old Otoniel Bautista-Vargas, and his 27 year old brother Saul. Both men were pulled from Crystal Lake on Wednesday night....

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JUICED! OJ SIMPSON A FREE MAN, AS EARLY AS OCTOBER

O.J. Simpson will be a free man, as early as October. ABC News reports that a parole board in Nevada has granted the former NFL star an early release from his prison sentence, and Simpson will be free to walk out of prison this fall. His prior acquittal of a double murder was not a [...]

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REPORT: KAUFFMAN’S PATIENTS HAVE UNTIL FRIDAY TO COLLECT RECORDS

Patients of Dr. James Kauffman in Atlantic County have until the close of business on Friday to pick up their medical records. Kauffman is the doctor who lost his license and was taken to jail after he pointed a gun at authorities who entered his home and medical practice searching for records connected to a [...]

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REPORT: MISTER SOFTEE CONTROVERSY ON THE WILDWOOD BOARDWALK

Mister Softee is having an issue with two Mister Softee ice cream shops on the Wildwood boardwalk. NJ.com reports that the parent company of Mister Softee cannot guarantee what two stores are selling on the boardwalk because those stores had their licenses terminated for lack of payment about a week ago. Mister Softee says it [...]

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TWO BODIES REMOVED FROM VINELAND LAKE

Vineland Police are investigating the discovery of the bodies of two men who were removed from Crystal Lake in the city. Police believe the bodies may be a result of a tragic accident of one victim getting in trouble in the water, and the second attem...

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AIR QUALITY ALERT ISSUED FOR CAPE MAY COUNTY

An Air Quality Alert has been issued by the State for Cape May and Atlantic counties today. The Code Orange Alert means that pollution concentrations within the region may be unhealthy for some individuals due to very hot and humid conditions that wil...

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WILDWOOD BEACH PATROL HOSTS LARGEST 21 DOWN DAY EVER

This week’s 21 Down Day on the Wildwood beachfront was the largest in the event’s nine year history. The Wildwood Beach Patrol hosted nearly 300 friends and family members of individuals with Down Syndrome for a fun day on the beach. Local businesses also contributed to the event. ##

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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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