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HS FOOTBALL: MIDDLE TOWNSHIP, OCEAN CITY OPEN UP WITH VICTORIES

Middle Township posted an impressive 35-8 victory over Cumberland Regional in the Panthers’ football season opener Friday night.  Miles Sapp caught two touchdown passes and recorded a safety for the Panthers in the win.  Lower Cape May was blanked by Ocean City, 35-0 in their season opener.  The Red Raiders scored five touchdowns on their …

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DORIAN: HIGH SURF EXPECTED, TROPICAL STORM CONDITIONS JUST OFFSHORE

Hurricane Dorian is still expected to pass away from the South Jersey coastline, but tropical storm conditions are expected in the ocean.  The National Weather Service is calling for rough surf conditions Friday as the storm begins to move northeasterly away from the United States mainland.  Some rain and windy conditions are expected on Friday.  …

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FOUR WILDWOOD MEN CHARGED WITH EARLY MORNING ASSAULT ON NJ AVENUE

Four Wildwood men have all been charged with two counts of assault after they physically attacked two men early Thursday morning on New Jersey Avenue.  Police say the motive for the attack was a robbery as they punched one man in the face and attempted to steal his cellular phone.  The suspects range in ages …

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WILDWOOD RESCUE GETS TWO BRAND NEW DONATED EMS BIKES

The Wildwood Fire Department has two brand new emergency medical service bicycles that were donated by the Wildwood Business Improvement District and the Boardwalk Special Improvement District.  The new bikes were purchased from Zippy’s Bikes and...

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REPORT: SHORTER ROUTE FOR WILDWOOD TRAMS DUE TO CRUMBLING BOARDWALK

The southbound boardwalk route for the Wildwood tram car operation is now ending near the Wildwoods Convention Center due to crumbling infrastructure under the southernmost limits of the boardwalk.  NJ. com reports that the city is looking at short term fixes to the problem.  You may remember Governor Murphy negated major repairs to the boardwalk …

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