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Drug & Weapons Charges for Two Cape May County Men

Two Cape May County men were arrested and charged with possession of heroin and weapons Sunday during an overnight car stop by Wildwood police. Police said that during the stop, around 1:30 a.m. in the 100 block of Poplar Avenue, driver Daniel Thomas, 30, of Rio Grande and David Fessler, 40, of Cape May, were … Continue Reading Drug & Weapons Charges for Two Cape May County Men

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AC Woman Dies Of Injuries In Car Pedestrian Crash

Police say an Atlantic City woman died after being hit by a car Wednesday in the city. The Press of Atlantic City reports officers went to Tennessee and Atlantic avenues and found 66 year old Jill Collette suffering from serious injuries. She was transported to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, City Campus, where she was pronounced … Continue Reading AC Woman Dies Of Injuries In Car Pedestrian Crash

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NJ Gaming Enforcement Could Fine Sports Books

New Jersey’s top gambling regulator is threatening to fine sports books operating in his state that ask customers to cancel requests to cash out money from their accounts, saying the practice is ongoing and “unacceptable.” In some cases, sports books have offered to give players cash bonuses if they cancel withdrawal requests, according to David … Continue Reading NJ Gaming Enforcement Could Fine Sports Books

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An AC Vaccine Mega Site Could Open Next Week

A vaccine mega site at the Convention Center could open as soon as next week, according to state Sen. Chris Brown. Last month, Gov. Phil Murphy announced plans to open six “mega” vaccination sites throughout the state, with one located in the Atlantic City Convention Center. Meantime, New Jersey is in phase 1A/1B of its … Continue Reading An AC Vaccine Mega Site Could Open Next Week

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Cape May County Board Applies For Federal Dollars For Airport

The Cape May County Board of County Commissioners approved a $3-million application to the U.S. Economic Development Agency for work to expand the offerings at the airport. The Cape May County Herald Reports over the past several years, the county has expended resources to revamp the airport’s industrial base. In concert with the Delaware River … Continue Reading Cape May County Board Applies For Federal Dollars For Airport

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NJ Guard Heads to DC

The 177th Fighter Wing of the New Jersey Air National Guard, which is stationed at Atlantic City International Airport, sent 60 airmen to Washington, D.C., ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden. In a post on the 177th’s Facebook page, the regiment said the purpose of the mobilization was “providing security, protecting national monuments … Continue Reading NJ Guard Heads to DC

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Avalon Zoning Board Shoots Down Variance For Dunes Restaurant Plans

Avalon’s Planning and Zoning Board has rejected a variance needed for a proposed restaurant and event venue in the dunes. The Press of Atlantic City reports the vote came after a long meeting this week in the case involving TK Holdings, which is wholly owned by former Philadelphia Flyer Tim Kerr. His son, Garret Kerr, … Continue Reading Avalon Zoning Board Shoots Down Variance For Dunes Restaurant Plans