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NEW SUMMER AIR SERVICE COMING TO ATLANTIC CITY AIRPORT

New summer air service will be coming to the Atlantic City International Airport courtesy of Spirit Airlines.  The air carrier announced that it will resume operating seasonal service to Boston and Atlanta this week.  There will also be another non stop flight added between Orlando and Atlantic City. ##

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TWO CHARGED WITH PEDDLING DRUGS IN WILDWOOD

Wildwood Police have announced the arrests of two adults for alleging selling and possessing drugs in their West Taylor Avenue home.  Police have charged 34 year old Danny Joyner and 58 year old Dorothy Peak with multiple drug offenses.  Joyner was lodged in the County Jail; Peak was released on a summons. ##

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MIDDLE TOWNSHIP MAN INDICTED ON SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGES

A 37 year old Middle Township man has been indicted on sexual assault charges.  County Prosecutor Robert Taylor announced that Jay H. Gaskill III has been indicted on charges relating to an incident that occurred in 2015.  Gaskill posted his bail which was set at $50,000 cash. ##

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MILITARY ESCORT PLANNED FOR ATLANTIC COUNTY MARINE

A full military and police escort is expected Thursday as the body of United States Marine Corps member Tyler Wechsler of Egg Harbor Township is brought from Philadelphia to a local funeral home.  Wechsler’s body was found near a hiking trail in Hawaii earlier this month after he had been missing for nine days. ##

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WORKERS THREATENED WITH A KNIFE WIELDING MAN IN BRIDGETON

Bridgeton police say a man pulled a knife on two men who were working on a building in the downtown district on Tuesday afternoon.  Bruce Cisrow has been charged with approaching two men who were doing repair work and threatened one of the workers with a knife.  Cisrow was charged with weapons offenses. ##

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RATING AGENCY SAYS CHRISTIE BUDGET WOULD STRESS SCHOOLS, TOWNS

Standard and Poor’s believes Governor Christie’s proposed $35.5 billion state budget would stress both local school districts and municipalities.  The rating agency says many school districts will not get additional state aid and that will be a problem for these districts as they attempt to meet expenses. ##

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WILDWOOD TO ACCEPT PLASTIC THIS SUMMER FOR BEACH SERVICES

If you want to use a beach service in Wildwood this summer, you will be able to pay with credit card.  City officials announced a partnership with Crest Savings Bank where visitors can pay for things like beach box rentals and beach taxi services by using a credit card this year.  Credit card units have [...]

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