Lower Cape May Regional High School picked up its first win of the football season by crushing Wildwood at Warrior Stadium, 58-0 in a game broadcast live Saturday afternoon on WCZT. Lower Cape May collected six interceptions not he day, and Wildwood remains winless not he season. For more on the game, see Brian Cunniff’s…
Stone Harbor’s Borough Council will meet Tuesday and will consider some major changes to the construction schedules in the community. Council will discuss potential ordinance changes that would prohibit demolitions from July 1st through Labor Day. Council may also discuss the prohibition of Sunday construction from July 1st through early September.
The Cape May City Council is expected to hold a special meeting late Tuesday afternoon. Council will hold a discussion with the Public Safety Building Advisory Committee. It is the only item on the special meeting agenda.
The Lower Township Council will meet Monday evening and will consider an ordinance amendment that will create three, four-way stop intersections in the Township. Council is also expected to make four appointments to the Historical Preservation Commission during the meeting which begins at 7:00pm.
The North Wildwood city council meets Tuesday afternoon with largely routine business on its agenda. Council will amend an ordinance that regulates fees charged for the removal of obnoxious growth, and will appoint a new school crossing guard. The meeting begins Tuesday at 5pm.
A fire struck a Hamilton Township condo complex Friday night. Township Police say the fire was in the 3500 block of Woodland Drive. All occupants were able to escape safely; there were no injuries. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
A 44 year old Lower Township man will spend decades behind bars for the attempted murder of 39 year old Dorris Howell. Cape May County Acting Prosecutor Robert Johnson announced that Davis was sentenced by Superior Court Judge John Porto. Davis shot Howell with a shotgun on a fishing vessel that was moored at a…
1,100 emergency workers from New Jersey are headed to Puerto Rico to help with hurricane recovery. Governor Christie ordered the workers to Puerto Rico to assist with citizens who were devastated by Hurricane Maria. State and local police, along with the New Jersey National Guard, are en route.
President Donald Trump is spending the weekend at his New Jersey golf course. Trump arrived in the Garden State Friday afternoon and did not speak with reporters when he landed in Morristown. Trump is expected to make a stop at a golf tournament in Jersey City on Sunday.
A 38 year old Millville man has been arrested and charged with threatening to kill Congressman Frank LoBiondo and his congressional staff in a so-called “blood bath”. The Daily Journal reports that Joseph Brodie made the threats via phone and email during the middle part of September. A spokesman for LoBiondo confirms that he was…