The Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office has reported potential conflicts of interest as it investigates the alleged sexual assault of four women at the campus of Stockton University. Four women have sued the school; there are some family ties between the prosecutor’s office, and the university.
Police in Millville are looking for the suspects who are committing vandalism at the Rieck Avenue Elementary School. Authorities have found broken windows and trash can fires at the school. Police believe the vandals are throwing rocks at the windows.
The Zeuss sporting goods store will be out of business by Christmas. The Press of Atlantic City reports that popular store will close for good in October. The store is known for selling guns, clothing, and archery equipment.
A New Jersey State Trooper who was on vacation in the Outer Banks saved the live of a woman who was caught in a rip current. State Police say Craig Kempinski saved the life of the swimmer in Cape Hatteras last weekend. Kempinski hopped on a boogie board and navigated 200 yards to where the…
A class action lawsuit is being filed against the New Jersey Turnpike Authority for allegedly overcharging for missed EZ Pass tolls that were not paid on the roadway. NJ.com reports that $217 in administrative fees are being charges, and nearly 4 million drivers have been overcharged by $185.6 million over six years. The lawsuit is…
North Wildwood city officials will meet this morning for its first Council meeting of the month. Council is expected to hold second readings of ordinances that deal with animals, and parking and loading zones. Council will also consider a new bench dedication program, and establish a new Jitney route.
It’s National Night Out night in Cape May County. Many communities including Avalon, the Wildwoods, Middle Township, and others will all be holding special activities this evening that include demonstrations, games, music, and food. The night is intended to bring the community together to address public safety issues.
Cape May city officials will hold a special meting on Monday to discuss future redevelopment in the city. Mayor Chuck Lear announced that the meeting will be held Monday, August 13th, at 7:00pm. A presentation will be made by a special redevelopment consultant.
Vineland Police are investigating a possible suspicious death at a mobile home park. The Daily Journal reports that police went to Lake Acres on Monday afternoon and secured a mobile home with police tape. Police had requested a search warrant at the scene. No additional details are available.