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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP POLICE SEARCHING FOR JUVENILE RUNAWAY

Middle Township Police are asking for the public’s help with finding 17 year old Gabrielle Labaco, who was reported as a runaway on July 31st. Labaco was last seen wearing Adidas pants and is described as a Hispanic female with long black hair and a tattoo on her right forearm. ##

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COUNTY DISCUSSES PLANS FOR LOCALIZED TERROR ATTACKS

An open and frank discussion regarding potential terrorism targets in Cape May County was held in Avalon Wednesday during a gathering of security and emergency management experts. Officials discussed how and why to make large gathering spots like beach concerts and festivals a safer environment in the future. County Prosecutor Robert Taylor says officials often [...]

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MARGATE SEEKS COURT INJUNCTION TO STOP BEACH FILL PROJECT

Margate is going to court again to stop its beach fill project. Officials met on Wednesday and decided to seek a court injunction that would halt the project which has resulted in bacteria-filled ponds adjacent to million dollar beachfront homes. One Commissioner says this project is quote “killing us”. ##

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LESNIAK: LET OTHER COUNTRIES GET IN ON INTERNET GAMING

New Jersey Senator Ray Lesniak thinks it’s a good idea for other states and countries to get in to New Jersey’s growing internet gaming market. He will introduce a bill that would allow gamblers in Nevada, Delaware, and other countries to play internet casino games that are based in New Jersey. ##

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NO WINNER IN MEGA MILLIONS; JACKPOT SWELLS OVER $320 MILLION

There were no winners in last night’s Mega Millions lottery drawing which means Friday night’s drawing will have the 10th largest jackpot in Mega Millions history. The estimated top prize will be in the neighborhood of $323 million; it will be the 29th largest jackpot in lottery history in the United States. ##

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COAST GUARD SEARCHING FOR MISSING SWIMMER IN ATLANTIC CITY

The United States Coast Guard is searching for a man who was seen entering the ocean last night near Steel Pier in Atlantic City, and never returned. The Coast Guard sent the cutter “Mako” from Cape May to search for the missing swimmer overnight; so far, he has not been found. ##

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