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Over 1,000 jobs available at Morey’s Piers this summer

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Private investigator eyes uses for drones

Private investigator eyes uses for drones

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U.S. #Futsal Northeast Regional Championship Cole Bouchard of the Jamestown team The Kure, in blue, heads the ball despite Maxwell Aunger of the Stronghold Berna Falcons, in orange, trying to stop him.

Fancy footwork in futsal

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North Wildwood City Clerk Scott Jett is shown with the minutes from the Borough of Anglesea meetings from 1885 to about 1890, including the minutes of the first borough meeting, held Jan. 3, 1885.

North Wildwood’s Jett appointed city historian

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Kim Stewart-Jones of #Wildwood gets her walk in on the #boardwalk despite the #snowy conditions.

Students of the Margaret Mace School make the best of their #snow #day.

Chrissy Hawes, 5, of North Wildwood opts to chill in a #beach chair in the #snow instead of going #sledding.

Molly McWilliams, 3, of #Wildwood holds on as tight as she picks up speed.

Addison McWilliams, 4, of #Wildwood has fun #sledding.

Kelan Miller, 7, of North Wildwood, helps pull Kaitlyn McLaughlin, 4, of North Wildwood, back up the ramp. #snowday #beach #NorthWildwood #boardwalk

Joshua Greenspan, 9, of #Wildwood tries #sledding backwards on the exit ramp at the end of the boardwalk in North Wildwood.

Jack Fullerton of North Wildwood watches his son and grandson; both named Jack Fullerton, try tubing down the 19th Street beach path.

Sydney and Jake Myers, 6 and 2, respectively, of North Wildwood help their family shovel snow in the driveway.

Adrian Bagrin with the Sea n’ Sun Motel in Wildwood uses a snow blower to clean up the block around the motel after a passing storm left several inches in Cape May County Tuesday, Feb. 17.

Local firefighters train for chilling rescues A firefighter (in yellow) works with his “victim” (also a firefighter) during a cold weather water rescue training session at Wildwood Marina, recently.

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Members of the Cape May County Police and Fire Plunge Team Andrew Granero, Dave Holman and Spencer Smith assist retired Stone Harbor Police Chief Tony Solis with taking the plunge. Granero, Holman and Smith are also officers with the Wildwood Police Department.

On the cover: Feeling the freeze

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Natalie Kuprianov of Wildwood, in the gray robe, is ready to plunge for her eighth time with the Aloha Avengers. #polarbearplunge #wildwood

On the cover: Feeling the freeze

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Peyton Demento, 6, of Erma dresses up along with Barbara Smith of Erma and Marianne Rementer of Villas to support them as they take the plunge as Team Woobie. #polarbearplunge #wildwood

On the cover: Feeling the freeze

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Members of the Fraternal Order of Police of Salem County show their enthusiasm for taking the plunge. #polarbearplunge #wildwood

On the cover: Feeling the freeze

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Charles Byrd Jr. with the Wildwood Police Department gets dressed up for the occasion. #polarbearplunge #wildwood

On the cover: Feeling the freeze

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Members of the Cape May County Police and Fire Plunge Team Andrew Granero, Dave Holman and Spencer Smith assist retired Stone Harbor Police Chief Tony Solis with taking the plunge. Granero, Holman and Smith are also officers with the Wildwood Police Department. #polarbearplunge

On the cover: Feeling the freeze

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The crowd races into the ocean after the countdown. #polarbearplunge

On the cover: Feeling the freeze

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Dawn Stillwell of Collingswood, and a member of Team Frozen Toes, high fives the polar bear as she waits to take the plunge for the first time.

On the cover: Feeling the freeze

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Members of the New Jersey State Policemen’s Benevolent Association of Camden County are dressed for the occasion.

On the cover: Feeling the freeze

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Participants sprint into the Atlantic Ocean despite the freezing temperatures for the annual Polar Bear Plunge Saturday, Jan. 17, on the beach behind the Wildwoods Convention Center. The event raises funds for Special Olympics New Jersey.

On the cover: Feeling the freeze

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