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What is your theory on the missing Malaysian airplane?

  The Coaster asked these Shore-area residents “What is your theory on the missing Malaysian airplane?” and here are their replies:  

Adoptables from the Associated Humane Societies

  Ghost is a 1-year-old pup that was surrendered him to the shelter when his owners could not afford to treat his mange. Even though he’s completely healthy now, Ghost was disheartened to be left here. Ghost loves people and one look in his soulful eyes will convince you of this sweet boy’s need to be loved. Ghost is always happy to be out with the staff or volunteers on a walk. He loves other dogs– he wants to meet and play with them all. Ghost is very appreciative of all the attention he’s now getting and we know he…

What do you think about the teen suing her parents?

  Spoiled brat or legit legal case?  THE COASTER asked Shore area residents, “What do you think about the teen suing her parents?”  this week – and here are their verdicts:

Do you think our recent weather patterns are as a result of global warming?

  The COASTER asked the following Shore area residents, “Do you think our recent weather patterns are as a result of global warming?” this week…and here’s what they had to say:

Do you think raising the minimum wage to $10 an hour will help or hurt the economy?

  The Coaster asked these area residents “Do you think raising the minimum wage to $10 an hour will help or hurt the economy?” this week…and hit paydirt. Sit back and watch or click through the slideshow to read the replies:

Out & About

  Seen beating cabin fever this past week were…(click on any image for a caption and to start the slideshow):

What do you do when you’re snowbound at home?

  Is winter over yet…? A relatively warm week ahead is a tantalizing taste of spring…but forecasters say it’s back to the deep freeze before the blossoms come.  So, we asked these Shore area folks, ‘What do you do when you’re snowbound at home?” Click on any image for a reply and to start the slideshow…  

Those Last Minute Valentines

  By DENISE HERSCHEL Valentine’s Day is one of those holidays where the onslaught of shoppers is typically last minute. And the majority of them are male…or at least to the casual observer’s eye this is what it appears to be. You will spot them gathered in the card aisle at the nearest drugstore the day of the event. Some may have a smile on their faces and others may look perplexed. But either way they will walk out of the store with at least a card or two in hand for loved ones. But to be fair to those…

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