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Michelle Chinneck hates the rain. That’s because she, her husband, and four children, who lost their home to fire in July, are still looking for help with tarps for the roof and removal of fiberglass and drywall inside their damaged garage and house.

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At about 1:32 a.m. Sept. 4, the Ocean View Fire Company, along with the Dennis Township Fire Company, were dispatched to the 400 block of Corson’s Tavern Road, for a reported structure fire.  

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The Marmora Volunteer Fire Company, along with the Upper Township Division of Emergency Medical Services (EMS), the Upper Township Rescue Squad, the Tuckahoe Volunteer Fire Company and Seaville Fire and Rescue were dispatched to assist Woodbine Volunteer Fire Department at a house fire

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The Goshen Fire Company was dispatched to Steeple Court for a working dwelling fire, along with automatic aid from Station 70 Station 72, and Station 73 Rapid Intervention Team (RIT).

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Michelle Chinneck was returning home after vacationing with her four children and parents in the Outer Banks, in North Carolina, when her husband, Ryan Ibbetson, called to tell her their home, on West St. Johns Avenue, was on fire.

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Just after 12:30 p.m. July 23, township fire companies, as well as station 73 for a rapid intervention team (RIT), were dispatched for a dwelling fire, on W. St. John’s Avenue.

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The New Jersey Historic Sites Council unanimously (to everyone’s surprise) approved of a new direction for the historic Franklin Street School. What happens next will shock you.

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At 2:08 a.m. June 18, Seaville Fire Rescue, along with the Upper Township Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and the Upper Township Rescue Squad, was dispatched to a residence on Sheila Avenue, for a structure fire.