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GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES TO GET MATCHING FUNDS

The two major gubernatorial candidates in New Jersey have raised enough money to qualify for matching election funds. Democrat Phil Murphy and republican Kim Guadagno both have reached the threshold of fundraising to get the matching campaign funds pr...

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HOUSE STRUCK BY GUNFIRE IN MILLVILLE

Millville Police say a home on East Vine Street was struck by several bullets last Thursday afternoon, but no one was injured. Police arrested a driver of a vehicle that fled the scene of the shooting; he’s been identified as 36 year old Khalil S. Mills of Vineland. ##

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MARGATE NOW DEALING WITH BEACH CLOSURES DUE TO PROJECT

A major dune project is now underway in Margate much to the chagrin of some beach goers. Several beaches are being shut down so the dune work can occur; this part of the project was not supposed to be in Margate until the latter half of August. About 1,000 feet of beach at a time [...]

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HIT THE BEACHES! LIFEGUARD COMPETITION SEASON STARTS THIS WEEK

It’s time to hit the beaches for the annual tradition of lifeguard competitions at the Jersey Shore. Wildwood Crest will host the first competition Friday evening, weather permitting, with the annual Cape May County Lifeguard Championships, which should feature all of the beach patrols in Cape May County. ##

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SWEENEY: NEW STATE BUDGET BEST IN THE PAST TEN YEARS

Senate President Steve Sweeney says the new state budget is the best New Jersey budget in the last ten years. Sweeney wrote a guest column for the Star Ledger and blames Horizon for causing the government shutdown because it was unwilling to negotiate...

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UTILITY: SCAMMERS TRYING TO REPRESENT OUR COMPANY

Atlantic City Electric is warning customers that there is a phone scam going on where the caller claims to represent the utility and asks for a payment pending the shutoff of service. The utility reports that the caller indicates that the customer should purchase a pre-paid debit card to prevent shutoffs, which Atlantic City Electric [...]

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NORTH CAPE MAY MAN BUSTED ON ASSAULT, INVASION OF PRIVACY CHARGES

A 46 year old North Cape May man has been charged with aggravated assault, invasion of privacy, and other offenses following a dispute he had with his girlfriend. Lower Township Police say 46 year old Ernest “Drew” Paulus III allegedly pointed a shotgun to the head of the victim and told the woman not to [...]

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