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POLICE SEARCHING FOR HELP IDENTIFYING MAN STRUCK BY A CAR

State Police are trying to positively identify a man who was struck by a car and critically injured in Folsom earlier this month. The man may be 56 year old Jose Ortiz, who remains unable to communicate with anyone due to his injuries. The driver of the car stopped after the accident and has not [...]

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WOODBINE FIRE COMPANY GETS $100,000 GRANT

A $100,000 federal grant is coming to the Woodbine Volunteer Fire Company. Congressman Frank LoBiondo announced that the grant will be used to help obtain critical life saving equipment. Woodbine received $52,000 from the same program 15 years ago. ##

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FATAL ACCIDENT ALONG ROUTE 55 THURSDAY MORNING

There’s been another fatal accident on Route 55 in South Jersey. State Police say the accident occurred around 3am Thursday in the northbound lanes of the highway approaching Route 40. A pickup truck collided with a dump truck; police say it appears that it was a wrong way accident. ##

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ATLANTIC CITY MAN INDICTED IN FATAL STABBING

An Atlantic City man has been indicted in connection with a fatal stabbing that took place back in March. Authorities say 36 year old Faheem Harris was charged with killing Daimyen S. Mortimore inside a home located on Albion Place. Harris could face...

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SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING UNTIL 8:15PM WEDNESDAY

The National Weather Service has posted a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Cape May County for Wednesday evening, June 21st, until 8:15pm. Here is the text of the warning provided to Coastal Broadcasting Systems: The National Weather Service in Mount Holly NJ has issued a * Severe Thunderstorm Warning for… southern Atlantic County in southern New [...]

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31 YEAR OLD MAYS LANDING MAN BUSTED FOR DRUGS IN WILDWOOD

31 year old Luis Gonzalez of Mays Landing was busted on serious drug charges in Wildwood. City police say Gonzalez was arrested Tuesday during a traffic stop in the city and authorities found 2,000 baggies of heroin in his vehicle along with meth and other drugs. He was taken to the Cape May County Jail. [...]

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COUNTY SURROGATE NOMINATED TO BECOME SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE

Cape May County Surrogate and former freeholder Susan Sheppard is becoming a Superior Court judge. Sheppard was nominated by Governor Christie to assume a judgeship locally. James B. Arsenault Jr. of Upper Township was also nominated to become a workman’s compensation judge. ##

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