Home / Local News (page 2948)

Local News

MAN SURVIVES CRASH OF SMALL PLANE IN NORTH JERSEY

A 61-year old man survived the crash of his small plane on Thursday in North Jersey.  The Federal Aviation Administration reports that a Cessna 182 single engine aircraft crash landed near the Lincoln Park Airport in New Jersey.  Reports have identified the pilot of the plane as Leslie Gwyn-Williams of Verona …

Read More »

THANKS TO COLD WINTER, ELECTRIC — USE HAS GONE UP

Atlantic City Electric says you are using more power thanks to the cold winter.  The utility says its customers are  using 2.4 percent more electricity this winter than they did last winter because of cold temperatures in southern New Jersey.  Atlantic City Electric Vice President Robert Revelle says the increased …

Read More »

ACC– USED COP KILLER WILL NOT HAVE BAIL REDUCED

The New Jersey teenager who is accused of killing a police officer earlier this year failed to get his bail reduced during a court hearing this morning.  19 year old Jahmell Crockam appeared in an Ocean County courtroom Thursday morning and learned that his bail will remain at over $7 …

Read More »

GANG LEADER SENTENCED FOR OPERATING DRUG NETWORK IN PRISON

Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced that the leader of the Nine Trey Headbustas set of the Bloods was sentenced today to 20 years in state prison for directing a narcotics trafficking network in Camden while incarcerated in New Jersey State Prison. According …

Read More »

REPORT: EIGHT DOGS DIE IN TWO FIRES

A published report says that eight dogs died in two separate fires in western Atlantic County on Wednesday.  The Press of Atlantic City says the fires took place in two different homes on Wednesday morning.  A family that bred dogs lost eight in a stubborn fire; the dogs were housed …

Read More »

LIGHT COAT OF SNOW GREETS MORNING COMMUTERS

Just a very light snow cover in Cape May County this morning.  The National Weather Service says a dusting to a light coating of snow fell throughout South Jersey during the overnight hours as a small line of snow moved through the region.  Most areas will not have to shovel, …

Read More »

IT’S OVER: WEST WILDWOOD RECALL RESULTS OK WITH JUDGE

The recall election is finally over in West Wildwood.  Superior Court Judge Valerie Armstrong ruled on Wednesday that the results of the Borough’s first recall election are over, and Commissioner Gerard McNamara was not recalled.  Armstrong ruled in court that the results of the election resulted in a tie, but …

Read More »

REPORT: NEW CONCESSION BUSINESS AT PARK AND ZOO

According to an online report by the Cape May County Herald, Aramark Sports and Entertainment Services will be the new provider for concessions at the Cape May County Park and Zoo.  The freeholder board approved the switch from B & N Services to Aramark during the Tuesday evening meeting; the …

Read More »

SURVEY: SEN. MENENDEZ’ JOB APPROVAL RATING GOES UP

More New Jerseyans are thinking that Senator Robert Menendez is doing a better job in New Jersey.  A poll release by Quinnipiac University on Wednesday shows that 44 percent of New Jersey residents approve of Menendez’ job performance; that’s up by six points over the last poll taken in December. …

Read More »

WILDWOOD, MIDDLE TOWNSHIP GET STATE GRANTS FOR BIKEWAYS

Two Cape May County communities are getting state funding for the establishment of bikeways in their communities.  The Christie administration announced that Wildwood and Middle Township will be getting a combined $810,000 for bikeway projects in their respective communities.  33 municipalities and counties statewide are sharing $7.6 million in grants …

Read More »