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REPORT: FINGERPRINTS MAY BE USED TO ID BEACH VICTIM IN NORTH WILDWOOD

North Wildwood Police are awaiting fingerprint results as a way to identify the man who’s body was found on the beach earlier this week. Police Captain John Stevenson reports that there has been no positive ID on the body; police released a photo of shorts the man was wearing as a way to help with [...]

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WEST CAPE MAY TO DISCUSS RELEASE OF BALLOONS..AND BIRDS

The West Cape May Borough Commission meets Wednesday night and could discuss prohibiting the intentional release of balloons at various celebrations for environmental reasons. The Commission may also discuss prohibiting the intentional release of doves and “like birds” during similar celebrations. ##

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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP MAKES PAYING BILLS MORE CONVENIENT

Property taxes and sewer utility bills can now both be automatically paid for in Middle Township. The Township has announced a new system that allows property owners to automatically have these bills paid for through authorized private accounts. Payment options are available on the Township’s website. ##

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HOLIDAY WEEKEND WEATHER? COULD BE PERFECT AT THE SHORE

The weather forecast for the July 4th holiday weekend at the shore is just about perfect. The National Weather Service reports that the heat index could reach 100 degrees in the cities, and be over 90 degrees at the beaches with largely dry weather. Hot weather combined with low gas prices could translate into a [...]

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HOLIDAY GAS PRICES? VERY, VERY LOW FOR JULY 4TH AT THE SHORE

For the first time this century, gasoline prices will be lower during the July 4th weekend then they are on January 1st, when gas prices traditionally bottom out. Experts say the average price of a gallon of gas in New Jersey is $2.29, which is much lower than in prior years during the peak summer [...]

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TIME RUNNING OUT FOR NJ TO APPROVE NEW BUDGET

Time is running out in Trenton for lawmakers to present Governor Christie with a new budget. A new spending plan must be signed into law by midnight Friday or a state government shutdown could occur. The last time it happened? 2006, when the shutdow...

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