76 year old Santos Torres of Atlantic City has been charged with sexually assaulting a 15 year old girl. Authorities say Torres was charged this week with the offense which occurred for a 13 month period. Torres is being held pending his detention hearing, according to the Press of Atlantic City.
Plan your travel plans accordingly. The New Jersey Department of Transportation announced that a large portion of Route 50 from Upper Township all the way to Hamilton Township will be under construction this summer. One lane and a shoulder of the road will be closed for the application of a high friction surface treatment. The…
A one hour break in the day Wednesday for students who attend Vineland High School North. A motor burned up in an HVAC unit and brought firefighters to the school. There were no injuries, and only light smoke entered the building.
EZ Pass is coming to Cape May County’s five toll bridges within the next eight weeks. The Cape May County Bridge Commission announced that the first bridge to accept EZ Pass will be the Ocean City-Longport Bridge on or about April 30th; the Middle Thorofare Bridge will be next. The Townsend’s Inlet Bridge between Avalon…
The Wildwood City Commission will hold its regular meeting Wednesday afternoon. The Commission is expected to reject proposals for various sporting events on the beach and will authorize various agreements to resurface tennis and recreation courts. The meeting begins at 3:30pm.
Dennis Township’s committee is prepared to adopt a new municipal budget this evening. The Committee will also consider a bond ordinance that totals $3.5 million for various projects, and authorize a bid process for the reconstruction of Wescott Avenue.
The demolition of a dilapidated building in Millville is expected to begin today. Crews are on the scene to dismantle a building that sits next to a popular eatery. The city is fronting the money for the demolition, which is expected to cost over $1 million. Photo courtesy of Millville Police Department social media.
The Borough of West Cape May is prepared to adopt its municipal budget this evening. The Borough Commission will also discuss a $2.3 million bond ordinance that will finance various capital projects in the community, and have further discussions on breweries and distilleries.