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Two legendary Avalon bars, the Princeton and Whitebrier, along with a full square block of real estate they sit on, are currently listed for sale, ownership confirmed.

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PETERSBURG – Beesleys Point neighbors are complaining about the noise levels, including Saturday operations, related to the dismantling and demolition of the old B. L. England Generating Station, the Upper Township Committee learned at its Nov. 28 meeting.

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Khloe Sudol, 12, got a lot of media attention three years ago when she was on a list for a new kidney. Today, she still faces an uphill battle, but she will be riding into battle on her new horse, Ducky.

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CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – The Herald did a review of the 2021 financial documents for the 16 Cape May County municipalities finding that unused sick and vacation time carried as a liability on town books totaled almost $20 million.

On Nov. 24, at approximately 2325 hours, Middle Township Police responded to the 100 block of East Anna Street in the Whitesboro section of the township for a report of a possible shooting

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COURT HOUSE – In a resolution passed at its Nov. 21 meeting, the Middle Township Committee called on Gov. Phil Murphy to use state controlled federal COVID relief funds to offset the increase in premiums for municipal employees.

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VILLAS – Lower Township Council introduced an ordinance to create a special zone inside the General Business (GB-1) zone where cannabis licenses may be used.

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 CAPE MAY – The Community History Committee at the Center for Community Arts has announced the publication of its book, “Black Voices of Cape May: A Feeling of Community,” released Dec. 1.

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VILLAS – Lower Township’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM) Coordinator Ed Donohue updated the township council, Nov. 21, about OEM activities since January, including an active shooter incident at the high school that turned out to be a hoax.

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MARMORA – “It's about community and not having Thanksgiving dinner by myself in isolation but to be here with other nice people over a delicious meal in a very friendly atmosphere," William Matters said.