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Charcuterie boards look great when they’re first placed on the table, but things can quickly get messy during a big gathering. These skewers from @violet.cooks  are like an individual serving of all your charcuterie board favorites.

Sometimes adding visual interest to your entryway suddenly makes a small space feel grand. TikTok creator @makingitwithabby installed her own board and batten accent wall with hooks for coats and found a bench to tie it all together.

If you’ve ever wondered how to assemble a massive charcuterie board for a party, you need to watch this video by @thatcheeseplate. She breaks down each step and shows you how to arrange the perfect charcuterie board.

TikTok user @amazing_grazers puts together an appetizing and varied charcuterie board that’s 100% gluten free using meats, cheeses, fruit, spreads, nuts, and two types of gluten free crackers.

If you’re eating a plant-based diet, this vegan board from @logaaagm will provide plenty of inspiration. It’s packed with fresh fruit and veggies for a healthy alternative to cheese and meat boards.

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A classic game made just for kids. Play a card from your hand, and place your chip on the corresponding character on the board. The first with…

A public hearing on a county-wide monopole project, referred to in a May 19 letter, is now expected to go before the Board of Supervisors on June 15.

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If you’re dying to try the tile furniture trend, this simple Ikea hack from @lonefoxhome will help you do it on a budget. To make your own, you’ll need an Ikea Besta unit, some extra wood boards to fill out the back, a tile of your choice, and grout.

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CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — Cape May County government welcomed Kevin Lare as the new acting county administrator and two returning members at a reorganization meeting Wednesday, as members adjusted to the change from being called freeholders to county commissioners.

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Craig Callaway, the controversial Atlantic City political organizer, was paid another $60,000 by the re-election campaign of Congressman Jeff Van Drew, R-2nd, according to reports filed with the Federal Election Commission.

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A new state law allows Boards of Election to start counting vote-by-mail ballots 10 days before Election Day, increasing the chance of getting earlier results but also creating a challenge to election security.

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