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Crews Battle Fire On Jersey's Beesley's Point BridgeEmergency crews battled a bridge fire on Tuesday night in Cape May County at the old Beesley's Point Bridge.
Where To Watch July 4th Fireworks: The ShoreThere's something about watching the firework's bright colors reflect in the ocean while your toes sink in the sand that's unlike any other.
Getting Ready For Hurricane Season Down The ShoreWith June comes the start of hurricane season, a time for all of us to get ready for whatever Mother Nature may have in store.
Philly Man Arrested At The Jersey ShorePolice in New Jersey arrested a man wanted on rape, sexual assault and other charges in Philadelphia after an eight-hour standoff.
Jersey Shore Restaurants Raise Money For Cancer ResearchThe American Cancer Society Relay for Life is teaming up with some Jersey shore restaurants for the Stick a Fork in Cancer campaign.
Officials Seek To ID Victim Found At Scene Of Fire In NJThe blaze occurred in the Shaw Crest Mobile Home Park located off of Route 47 in Lower Township.
Cape May County Braces For Storm While Remembering Hurricane Sandy's DestructionWith 7-8 foot tides for Cape May County over the weekend, flooding is the main concern. Emergency management is around the clock through the height of the storm.
Investigators: 2 Bodies Found In Wooded Area In Middle TownshipTwo bodies were found in a wooded area of Middle Township, according to investigators.
Volunteers Unable To Save Whale That Washed Up On Delaware Bay BeachA young minke whale washed up on a Delaware Bay beach in Cape May County, NJ over the weekend and officials were unable to save it.
Cape May County Couple Injured In House Explosion, Fire To Receive $2MA Cape May County couple who were seriously injured when a powerful gas explosion and fire destroyed their house in 2013 will receive a $2 million settlement, their lawyers said.
Officials: Students Charged Following Sexting Investigation In New JerseyOfficials say during the investigation 27 cell phones were seized and analyzed.
Cape May City And County Argue Over Police MonitorThe Press of Atlantic City reported on Saturday that city attorney Todd Gelfand told Judge J. Christopher Gibson a county prosecutor has installed a monitor in the city's police department.

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