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BREAKING NEWS: BODY WASHES UP ON NORTH WILDWOOD BEACH

The body of a man washed up on the North Wildwood beaches Sunday night, and police are asking for the public’s help with identification.  Police have released a photo of the shorts the man was wearing when the body came ashore between the 24th-25th street beaches.  Police say there was no sign of trauma; the [...]

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LOWER TOWNSHIP POLICE SEARCHING FOR MISSING MAN

Lower Township Police are searching for 53 year old Joseph Murray who was last seen Friday morning at a New Jersey Transit bus stop in North Cape May.  Police indicate that Murray may have been depressed about losing his job, and he has not been seen since.  If you have any details, call police at [...]

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BEACH DRIVE IN LOWER TOWNSHIP TO BE CLOSED NEXT MONDAY

Lower Township Police have announced a closure of Beach Drive from Lincoln Boulevard to Town Bank Road in North Cape May for July 3rd, starting at 3pm.  Police say there will be a great deal of pedestrian traffic on the roadway in advance of the fireworks display Monday night.  No parking signs have been posted. [...]

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DEVELOPING: PERSON KILLED BY TRAIN MONDAY MORNING IN ATLANTIC COUNTY

There has been a fatal train accident in Galloway Township, Atlantic County Monday morning.  Authorities say a train that left Atlantic City shortly after 6:30pm struck the person who was on the tracks; train service has been suspended on that line, and a bus route has been established in its place. ##

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BEACH PROJECT TO BEGIN IN VENTNOR THIS WEEK

A beach fill project is starting in Ventnor this week..just when the summer season is ramping up.  The project is starting about three weeks behind schedule to the availability of a dredge.  Some officials in that town objected to the beach fill project disrupting the summer season. ##

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NEED A PLACE TO PARK? TRY THE WILDWOOD BEACH

First, a dog park, now a paid parking lot.  Wildwood officials announced that a beach parking lot is in place at Baker Avenue with daily parking costing $10, and special event parking, $20.  Commissioner Pete Byron says the city will generate much needed revenue and provided a convenience for beach goers. ##

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MORE DETAILS EMERGE ABOUT CREST BAYFRONT FIRE

More details have emerged regarding a bay front fire in Wildwood Crest Sunday afternoon that destroyed two homes.  Crest Police say there was only one occupant of one of the homes, who was alerted and left the building to safety.  The fire was brought under control in just over two hours with nine local fire [...]

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