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Accusations of nepotism and patronage fly

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CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – The county freeholder board voted to censure Freeholder E. Marie Hayes on July 9 for her alleged retaliation against a county employee and conflicts of interest during an uproarious meeting brimming with accusations of nepotism.

Mainland Baseball 10U wins District 16 championship

Mainland Baseball 10U wins District 16 championship

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LINWOOD — In a dramatic, come-from-behind victory, the Mainland Baseball U10 Little League team won the District 16 title over a tough Hammont…

Want to buy an old OCBP lifeguard boat? Here is your chance

Want to buy an old OCBP lifeguard boat? Here is your chance

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OCEAN CITY – Want your chance to own an authentic Ocean City Beach Patrol rescue boat?

Tuckahoe canoe, kayak races raise funds for scholarships

Tuckahoe canoe, kayak races raise funds for scholarships

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TUCKAHOE — Enjoy a lazy day on the Tuckahoe River or embrace your competitive side in a canoe and kayak race this August to support local stud…

Mainland Baseball 10U wins District 16 championship

Mainland Baseball 10U wins District 16 championship

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LINWOOD — In a dramatic, come-from-behind victory, the Mainland Baseball U10 Little League team won the District 16 title over a tough Hammont…

WCBP wins county lifeguard championship

WCBP wins county lifeguard championship

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WILDWOOD CREST – For the first time since 2008, members of the Wildwood Crest Beach Patrol called themselves the winners of the Cape May Count…

Jim White ‘Champion Golfer of Week’ in O.C. Tuesday Senior Golf League

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EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — A third of the Ocean City Senior Golf League’s 2019 campaign is history. I find it remarkable that we have not had a rai…

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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.