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Barr quits the NJ Pinelands Commission

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OCEAN CITY – Bob Barr announced June 7 that he was stepping down from the New Jersey Pinelands Commission.

OCPD teams up with HERO Campaign

OCPD teams up with HERO Campaign

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OCEAN CITY – The Ocean City Police Department and the John R. Elliott HERO Campaign combined to promote designated driving on one of the city’…

Bayside Family Day festival to celebrate the back bay businesses of island

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OCEAN CITY – The Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce and the back bay merchants of Bay Avenue will host the first annual Bayside Family Da…

Primaries are not contested

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CAPE MAY COUNTY – Republicans and Democrats chose candidates in an uncontested June 4 primary election for the general election later this year.

Brambley Golf League heating up

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OCEAN CITY – The temperature is starting to rise and so is the level of competition at the Brambley Golf League. 

Ammon wins low gross in Flight A, Malatesta, Flight B, in Senior Golf

Ammon wins low gross in Flight A, Malatesta, Flight B, in Senior Golf

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EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP – The birdies were flying last week as players combined for a total of 21 birdies across the Ocean City Thursday Senior Go…

Shufflin' On

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OCEAN CITY – We had great weather and great crowds for the first week of our Ocean City Shuffleboard Club season. 

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play Underwater demolition on old Beesleys Point bridge

Underwater demolition on old Beesleys Point bridge

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An underwater demolition team set charges earlier this week on one of the remaining parts of the old Beesleys Point bridge that used to connect Somers Point and Upper Township via Route 9. This morning, Friday, Nov. 18, about 11:20 a.m., after tugs put down extra protective barriers under the water for catch debris, and the area was cleared of fishing boats, the explosives were set off. In the video by Sentinel staff member David Nahan, the small concrete remains atop the water are visible before the blast and are gone afterwards. The water appeared to rise more than 45 feet into the air.