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Whether you are a teacher, a student or a parent, having your vehicle prepared for school is a must. Here are a few key components... [Read More]
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A remarkable feat for the Middle Township Panthers boys' tennis team occurred Monday May 21 as they won their third title in four years. [Read More]
Dennis Township Committee passed an ordinance May 14 that adjusted the salary of its chief financial officer (CFO), Jessica Bishop. [Read More]
Caitlin A. Beaulieu of Del Haven, a student at Wildwood Catholic High School, recently became a member of the National Honor Society of High School... [Read More]
The New Jersey Department of Human Services today honored Erin Hanlon and Elijah Cochran, both students at Ocean City High School, along with 14 other... [Read More]
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Alexander "Al" Mouklas, 96, died May 6, leaving a legacy of service and dedication. [Read More]
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Blood Pressure is a confusing fraction of frightening numbers for many. We hope to explain these numbers and with some facts, lessen the fear. Brought... [Read More]
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They may have their own personal list of goals and achievements, but something very vital that Joelle Osbourne, Sophie Peters and Chris Johnson, captains for... [Read More]
Upper Township Committee and Mayor Richard Palombo discussed the issue of traffic and pedestrian safety at various intersections of Route 50, especially at Schoolhouse Lane... [Read More]
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A Pitman man died in a motorcycle crash in Ocean View May 19. [Read More]
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Lower Township Police will be aggressively enforcing New Jersey seat belt laws for the next two weeks during the National Click It or Ticket Campaign,... [Read More]
Freeholder Jeffrey Pierson announced in a May 20 release that the 2019 Coastal Water Monitoring Program would begin May 28 and continue through Sept. 2,... [Read More]
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Sen. Robert "Bob" Andrzejczak and Assemblyman Matt Milam (both D-1st) applauded the passage of S3686/A5322 that would establish a program for the cultivation, processing, and... [Read More]
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While New Jersey's municipal court system has made important strides in the fair administration of justice, the effort to reform the Judiciary's local courts continues,... [Read More]
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Ocean City American Legion Post 524 welcomed another service member to "America's Greatest Family Resort" May 18 when it honored Air Force Staff Sgt. Andre... [Read More]
NJ TRANSIT reminds customers of the regulations pertaining to motorized wheeled vehicles on the system. [Read More]
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One could argue the most difficult state job in New Jersey goes to Michael Geraghty, the first director of the New Jersey Cybersecurity and Communications... [Read More]
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In a long-standing Ocean City tradition, city officials will turn a ceremonial wooden key to officially "unlock the ocean" for the season at noon Friday,... [Read More]
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Cape Issues will host a meeting May 29 at Atlantic Cape Community College's Court House campus, starting at 6 p.m. [Read More]
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