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  1. N.J. scoutmaster 'groomed' boy for sex, cops sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    A scoutmaster with a Boy Scout troop in South Jersey was "grooming" a young boy for sexual purposes by buying him pricey gifts, officials said Thursday. The Cape May man, Frank Thomson, was arrested and charged Tuesday with luring an 11-year-old boy after a concerned citizen tipped off authorities earlier this month to suspicious activity between the two, Cape May County Prosecutor Robert L. Taylor said in a release.


  2. What are the youngest and oldest towns in N.J.?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | The Jersey Journal

    Many of New Jersey's cities and more urban suburbs, flush with new immigrants, are among the youngest in New Jersey. The drive from Manchester to Lakewood in Ocean County is about 15 miles, but according to data from the U.S. Census, it's also akin to turning back the clock more than 40 years.


  3. Aerial views of the Jersey ShoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | The Gloucester County Times

    A small two-seat, 1940s-style single-engine monoplane 700 feet over the jersey shore, the life of a banner plane pilot. While on an assignment covering Nation's oldest banner plane business, Paramount Air Services in Middle Township owner Jim Dahlen offered to take NJ Advance Media for ride around the coast in his piper cub plane.


  4. Banner plane biz celebrates 70 years over Jersey ShoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | The Gloucester County Times

    "He flew the planes with no engine into enemy territory," she said. "The only problem was, then he had to find a way out."


  5. A long, long walk around New Jersey | Di IonnoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | The Jersey Journal

    Michael Helbing has walked almost the entire perimeter of New Jersey - about 1,400 miles, he says - putting one foot in front of the other, whether landing on concrete or asphalt, packed dirt or sand. He's walked from the craggy, rock-strewn shoreline of the upper Delaware River to the wide beaches of the Cape May peninsula.


  6. Cumberland 4-H agent presents workshops at national conferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 17 |

    County 4-H Agent Julie Karavan was awarded the Expanding Audiences Scholarship to attend the National Marine Educators Association Conference in Newport Rhode Island, held June 29 through July 2. Karavan was invited to present two professional development workshops related to her extension teaching and practice in Cumberland County. Aquatic Robotics was designed to offer educators information and hands-on experience with two marine robotics platforms Karavan has taught: SeaPerch and Waterbotics.


  7. N.J. men to fight for $7.68 million prize at final table of World Series of PokerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 15 |

    Two New Jersey card players have made it to the final table for the 2015 World Series of Poker with the winner collecting $7.68 million. Joshua Beckley, of Marlton, and Tom Cannuli, of Cape May, secured their seats in the final Tuesday night as 46th Annual No-limit Hold'em Tournament narrowed the field of more than 6,000 players to nine.


  8. Things are looking brighter for fishing | Jim Bolton Outdoors columnRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 12 | The Jersey Journal

    What a great 4th of July weekend. The weather and the fish finally cooperated both along the Coast and in the Delaware Bay for some good signs, the signs that the fish are finally going to bite.


  9. Gloucester County Police Academy's forty-sixth graduation ceremonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 9 |

    Thirty-five men and five women received their diplomas from the Gloucester County Police Academy in the Physical Education Center on the campus of Rowan College at Gloucester County. Police Academy Director Fred H. Madden welcomed family and friends of the graduates, as well as senior law enforcement professionals and college officials.


  10. How to pick the best Jersey tomatoes: a N.J. chef explainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 8 |

    Imagine having 13 different varieties of the star-studded Jersey tomato growing in the backyard, when suddenly a fresh crop of this ripe and juicy item is ready to picked and put to use. At the Cape May-based Blue Pig Tavern, 200 Congress Place., the star-studded item is about to get the A-list menu treatment thanks to the high volume of inventory coming in from neighboring Beach Plum Farm , which like the restaurant, is part of the Cape Resorts family.


  11. C Town change; Horn blowing; Little Mama's gone; BEN Column, July 7, first updateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 7 |

    "One of these days I'm gonna set my alarm for 5 a.m. so I can be outside waiting for the moron who blows his horn every morning at 5:15, so I can tell him that we don't do that where normal people live.' ' The A. J. Meerwald may be away from its home port of Bivalve but there is still plenty of activity afoot at the Delaware Bay Museum and Folklife Center.


  12. What's the best beach in New Jersey?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | The Jersey Journal

    Ocean City yet again topped all other Jersey Shore towns to be crowned New Jersey's favorite beach for 2015. The rankings, compiled by the New Jersey Sea Grant Consortium and released on Thursday, saw Manasquan as a newcomer, which displaced Cape May among the top 10 perennial favorites.


  13. To best serve South Jersey, Pinelands Commission should approve B.L....Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | The Jersey Journal

    The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce is supporting a major project in South Jersey that will provide the B.L. England electric generation plant in Beesley's Point with the natural gas supply it needs to stop burning coal, and pave the way for it to become one of the cleanest power plants in New Jersey. The project also will provide a critical back-up route for natural gas to more than 142,000 customers in Cape May and Atlantic counties who now depend on a single pipeline.


  14. 40 Gloucester County Police Academy graduates to receive diplomasRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 30, 2015 | The Jersey Journal

    Thirty-five men and five women will graduate from the Gloucester County Police Academy on Wednesday, July 8, at 6 p.m. in the Physical Education Center on the campus of Rowan College at Gloucester County . Police Academy Director Fred H. Madden will welcome family and friends of the graduates, as well as senior law enforcement professionals and college officials.


  15. Which counties in N.J. have the oldest and youngest residents?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2015 |

    According to new Census data, the median age in New Jersey has risen slightly. New Census data released on Thursday show that the median age of New Jersey in the last four years slightly went up from 39 years in 2010 to 39.5 years in 2014.


  16. Jersey Shore Fishing: Weaks & fluke featured at Wildwoods ContestRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2015 |

    Capt. Mike, of the Jersey Shore Beach N Boat Tournament, had a hard time giving out $8,000.00 in cash, but doled out plenty of fun and excitement over Father's Day weekend at Schooner Island Marina in Wildwood as 150 anglers and friends gathered for the event. However, Capt.


  17. Cops: Man with ties to Bloods charged in Cape May heroin bustRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2015 |

    CAPE MAY - Authorities in Cape May County have charged a man who has ties to the Bloods with dealing heroin in North Cape May. Corleon B. Riley was arrested Thursday allegedly in possession of about 70 bags of heroin in the parking lot of the Channel Apartments in Lower Township, according to Cape May County Prosecutor Robert L. Taylor. After his arrest federal and local authorities searched the 26-year-old's home on Gordon Terrace in the North Cape May section of town and found an additional 130 bags of heroin, drug paraphernalia and gun ammunition, Taylor said.


  18. A road map for safe summer driving | LetterRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2015 | The Times of Trenton

    The start of summer is officially upon us and the beautiful State of New Jersey will once again become a vacation destination and a pass through for many visitors. In addition to the over 6 million drivers already on our roadways, we expect millions more over the next several months.


  19. The N.J. county with the most bike thefts will likely surprise youRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2015 |

    Cape May is a county that's a beautiful summer tourist spot with picturesque beaches. Its largest city calls itself "America's Greatest Family Resort".


  20. Christie pension reform could have high price tag for N.J. schools, report warnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2015 |

    TRENTON - Gov. Chris Christie 's controversial pension reform plan could cost New Jersey school districts hundreds of millions of dollars each year, according to a new report commissioned by school and municipal lobbyists, but those who crafted the governor's plan have said those costs would be offset by reducing public employee health benefits. The report, released Wednesday by the New Jersey League of Municipalities and the New Jersey School Boards Association, studied the effects of a pension reform plan drafted by a special pension and health benefits commission and championed by Christie.


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