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October 5, 2017

SOME RAIN COULD COME OUR WAY NEXT WEEK FROM “NATE”

It’s possible some rain could come to our region next week from Tropical Storm Nate. The National Weather Service predicts Nate will be a small hurricane when it comes inland over Louisiana this weekend; the track of the storm puts the outer cone over South Jersey sometime next week. Accu Weather continues to monitor the [...]

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October 5, 2017

SOUTH JERSEY MAN CHARGED WITH TAKING UPSKIRT PHOTOS AT WALMART

A 26 year old Williamstown man was arrested and charged with taking upskirt photos of women inside a Walmart. Joshua J. Nicholas was charged with harassment and invasion of privacy. The incident occurred in a Walmart in Turnersville. The post SOUTH J...
October 5, 2017

SPORTS: LOWER BEATS MIDDLE IN GIRLS SOCCER, 2-1

A big win Wednesday for the Lower Cape May girls soccer program, knocking off arch rival Middle Township, 2-1 in Erma. Tayannis Torres scored the game winner for the Lady Caper Tigers, who improved to 3-7 on the season. For more on this story, visit www.CoastSportsToday.com for Brian Cunniff’s game summary and video from the [...]

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October 4, 2017

COURT HOUSE RESIDENT NAMED “GOVERNOR’S TEACHER OF THE YEAR”

Amy Andersen of Cape May Court House is the 2017-18 Governor’s Teacher of the Year. The State Board of Education announced the selection of Andersen this week, who works for the Ocean City School District as an American Sign Language teacher. Andersen has been teaching sign language in the district for 13 years.

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