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Trying to get students to buy more school lunches

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OCEAN CITY – The Ocean City School District food service program continued to operate at a loss in the 2018-2019 school year, but it was an improvement over the year before.

Colleagues: McClellan faced tough race with grace

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OCEAN CITY – Council members on Nov. 14 publicly congratulated Councilman Antwan McClellan on his successful election to the New Jersey Assembly.

Task force takes hard line against vaping

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“Now, teacher, don’t you fill me up with your rules, ’cause everybody knows that smokin’ ain’t allowed in school” was a lyric from a hit recor…

Jacquelyn McClelland has served in reserve since 1990

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OCEAN CITY – Rear Admiral Jacquelyn McClelland has served in the United States Navy Reserve since 1990 and has spent her military career in su…

Ocean City boys soccer run ends in SJ finals

Ocean City boys soccer run ends in SJ finals

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RUNNEMEDE – The Red Raider boys soccer team saw its improbable run to a sectional title come to an end in a 3-0 loss to Triton Friday, Nov. 8.

Round 2 goes to Ocean City football

Round 2 goes to Ocean City football

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By CLYDE HUGHES

Ocean City girls take SJ XC meets again

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FRANKLINVILLE – Ocean City’s Alexa Palmieri and Casey McLees finished second and third to lead the Red Raiders girls cross country team to its…

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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.