A downtown festival scheduled this weekend in Wildwood has been cancelled. A Rib-Off festival scheduled to take place this weekend at the Byrne Plaza has been cancelled due to circumstances beyond control. There is no make up date.
Cape May County is getting $3.3 million in transportation grants from the State of New Jersey. The grants were announced by the New Jersey Department of Transportation via a press release Thursday. The money is to be used on local roads and bridges.
Cape May City Police are alerting the public about delays on Beach Drive Friday due to the annual baby parade. Delays are expected from the parade starting at 10am, and lasting for four hours. Wildwood’s annual baby parade was postponed last night due to rain, and will be held later today.
Atlantic City Police are now strictly enforcing a curfew law in response to shootings that claimed the lives of three people. The curfew law requires that no juveniles be on the streets past 10pm without adult supervision. Officers will only make exceptions for those who are coming home from a paid job.
Medically-assisted suicides are now legal in the Garden State. Today is the day where the new law takes effect that allows terminally ill patients to make end of life decisions. Two doctors must sign off on the medication, and the patient has to administer the dose to his or her own body.