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  1. Century-old Cape May beachfront retreat reportedly could be torn downRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 18, 2016 | The Jersey Journal

    CAPE MAY POINT - The nuns who own the century-old St. Mary by-the-Sea beachfront retreat a block from the Cape May Lighthouse may raze the massive building and let the land return to nature, according to a report. The Sisters of St. Joseph declined to say why they are thinking about knocking down the retreat house, PressofAtlanticCity.com reported.

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  2. Time is right for N.J. birders to seek out short-distance migrantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2016 | The Jersey Journal

    At this point in fall migration, neotropical migrants - birds that winter in the tropics - are just about gone. But short-distance migrants are on their way, en masse.

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  3. Vote Now for the top WJFL defensive playmaker in Atlantic/Cape May/Cumberland countiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2016 | NJ.com

    This week we're taking a look at the best defensive playmakers the league has to offer. In this poll we're asking you to pick the best defensive playmaker in Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland counties.

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  4. Monarch butterflies topic of Salem County Nature Club programRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2016 | NJ.com

    The Salem County Nature Club will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday, 7 p.m., in the Alloway Township Municipal Building, 49 S. Greenwich St. Every autumn monarch butterflies migrate from the eastern and central U.S. to wintering areas in the mountains west of Mexico City. Amazingly these butterflies are four or five generations removed from the ones that migrated the previous year, yet they end up in the same high elevation forest groves.

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  5. Weddings, Jersey Style: A military family earns an 'amazing' wedding dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 8, 2016 | The Jersey Journal

    It happens every minute: you lose touch with a former beau, you look him up on Facebook. You may be doing so right now in between reading this story.

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  6. Peep this: 10 great spots to view fall foliage in N.J.Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2016 | The Jersey Journal

    Fall has arrived, and in full spirit of the season's name, this year's crop of festive foliage may hit the ground quicker than normal . New Jersey 's lack of rain over the summer has dried out the leaves quicker, and stress causes the chlorophyll to break down more quickly than normal.

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  7. Out of the shadows: The 25 best N.J. players nobody knowsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2016 | NJ.com

    Many are two inches too short, 25 pounds too light or two-tenths too slow in the 40-yard dash to fit the big-time, college football recruiting template. They say there are good football players everywhere.

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  8. Hurricane Matthew path edges toward N.J., though uncertainty remainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2016 | NJ.com

    As Hurricane Matthew churns through the Caribbean as a monster category 4 storm, the latest track issued early Tuesday shows its wide path sweeping up the East Coast toward New Jersey, but the forecast remains far from certain. If Hurricane Matthews stays on its current track its effects will begin to be felt in New Jersey late Saturday or early Sunday, according to the National Hurricane Center.

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  9. Jersey Shore Fishing: Big blues show againRead the original story

    Oct 2, 2016 | The Jersey Journal

    The Golden Eagle from Belmar returned to the same area where big blues had been before the northeaster, and got into them again. No volume was specified, but those boated were from 10 to 18 pounds.

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  10. Looking for N.J.'s falcon flockRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2016 | NJ.com

    THE FIRST WEEK of October is the best week of the year to observe New Jersey's migrating falcons. These birds include the peregrine falcon, the merlin and the American kestrel.

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  11. Drug ring leader sentenced to 17 years in prisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2016 | The Gloucester County Times

    CAPE MAY - The leader of a drug ring in South Jersey has been sentenced to 17 years in prison, authorities said. Javier Alicia-Garcia, 33, of Upper Township, was arrested and charged in May of last year as part of a months-long investigation that seized close to $300,000 in drugs and more than $150,000 in cash.

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  12. Fall fun: 5 activities for the first week of OctoberRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2016 | The Jersey Journal

    The 10th annual Harvest Fest will be held Oct. 1 and 2 at the New Jersey Botanical Garden in Ringwood State Park, Ringwood. There will be hayrides, pumpkin painting, applesauce making, garden tours, an autumn plant sale and more, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.

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  13. Sacrafices, scrutiny heard at first responder Blue MassRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2016 | The Jersey Journal

    GLOUCESTER TWP. - Whether it be the fire house phone ringing, dispatch radioing in or a request for service from someone on the street, police, fire and EMS personnel answer the call - always.

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  14. Verizon plans phone, internet upgrades after gripes from rural South JerseyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2016 | The Jersey Journal

    Following petitions, complaints and a public hearing where residents across South Jersey complained about their phone line and internet service, Verizon has submitted its plan to the state to remedy the situation. Verizon submitted the letter to the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities on Sept.

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  15. 3 charged in connection with Cape May County bank robberyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 3, 2016 | NJ.com

    LOWER - Three Lower Township residents, including a man now in state prison, were charged last week for their alleged role in a bank robbery in North Cape May earlier this year. On Friday, authorities charged Joseph P. McCarraher Jr., 27, with robbery, terroristic threats, hindering apprehension and weapons offenses.

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  16. Where does Rutgers turn to for offense without Janarion Grant? Here are 10 possibilitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2016 | The Newark Star-Ledger

    Janarion Grant is out for the season with an ankle injury and replacing the star wide receiver/return specialist/Wildcat engineer won't be easy for Rutgers. Grant accounts for 35.1 percent of Rutgers' all-purpose yards through four games, with 138 rushing, 210 receiving, 112 on punt returns and 195 on kick returns and he also threw a 21-yard touchdown pass on a trick play.

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  17. Hoffman DiMuzio Law Firm welcomes new attorneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2016 | NJ.com

    Hoffman DiMuzio announces that Michael C. Donio has joined the law firm. Donio graduated from Villanova University, with honors, in May 2012.

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  18. Cedar Creek (0) at Lower Cape May (1) - Boys SoccerRead the original story

    Sep 22, 2016 | NJ.com

    Kadin Donahue scored off an assist from Tony Genaro and Chase Mendyk had eight saves to lead Lower Cape May to a 1-0 victory over Cedar Creek in Erma.

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  19. N.J. sinks 2 vessels as artificial reef program resumesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2016 | The Jersey Journal

    A 68-foot trawler was sunk off Wednesday and a 115-foot surf clam vessel will be sent to the bottom of the ocean Friday as part of a renewed effort to build artificial reefs off the New Jersey coast, state officials said. The Austin is now at the ocean floor nearly 4.4 miles off the Manasquan Inlet as part of the Axel Carlson Reef, according to the state Department of Environmental Protection.

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  20. How much cancer-causing metal is in water for your N.J. county?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2016 | The Jersey Journal

    Chromium-6, a chemical compound that can cause liver damage, reproductive and developmental problems and cancer, was found in water systems in every county in New Jersey, according to a study. A recent report showing the presence of a cancer-causing metal in drinking water from every New Jersey county has many residents wondering how local regions rank on the list.

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