Cape May’s city council will meet Tuesday and will discuss a new ordinance that will govern how and when “open for business” banners can be displayed in the business district. The council meeting begins at 6pm.
Middle Township will be appointing Marian Ragusa as the municipal court judge during its meeting Monday evening. The Committee will also refer to its Planning Board an ordinance that would amend the Indian Trails Redevelopment Plan, and issue various towing licenses.
In what has become nearly an annual occurrence, the Townsend’s Inlet Bridge between Avalon and Sea Isle City closes again Monday morning. The bridge will be closed at approximately 4am and will remain closed through most of next May. Millions of dollars of repairs will be conducted on the bridge, which is operated by the…
The Cape May County Office of Emergency Management announced that County residents will be getting a test emergency call this Thursday afternoon. It’s all part of a FEMA and FCC coordinated project. If your phone is registered with the County’s Code Red phone alert system, it will ring Thursday afternoon, after 2pm.
Lower Township Police announced that portions of Townbank and Shunpike roads will be closed on Sunday, September 23rd for a Run the Vineyards 5K run event. Police say the closures will last about two hours, starting at 9:00am. Delays are expected in those areas.
Avalon now has its own independent weather station. The Avalon Office of Emergency Management announced that the station provides current weather conditions and archives historical data for resiliency purposes. The station has an online presence on the Borough website, and individuals can download a free app to check out the conditions.
Lower Township Police say a 15 year old pedal cyclist was injured when he was struck by a car late Thursday afternoon in the Villas. Police say the 65 year old drive told them that the teen failed to stop at a stop sign and proceeded into the lane of traffic. The accident occurred at…
North Wildwood Police have announced restrictions for next weekend’s Irish Fall Festival. Olde New Jersey Avenue from 2nd Avenue to Pine Avenue and surrounding streets will be closed for the festival. Backpacks and coolers will be prohibited; guests cannot bring alcohol into the festival site.
Closings begin Sunday on the Margate Bridge and causeway. There are two five-day scheduled closures this month during the late evening hours for various repair and maintenance projects. Motorists should be seeking alternate routes during the nighttime hours.