Lower Township officials are holding a special meeting Monday at 7pm to discuss a project that may result in a new pool for the community. The proposed project is the subject of a referendum vote in November. The proposed aquatic center would be supported by $2.5 million in Open Space funding, and would include an…
New Jersey Attorney General Gubir Grewal is asking for more than a dozen e-cigarette businesses to provide information about their marketing and business practices. Grewal believes that these products have been directly marketed to children and the businesses need to be held accountable.
The annual firemen’s weekend has arrived in the Wildwoods. Among the events scheduled for the weekend include an American Red Cross blood drive to be held Friday at the Convention Center starting at 8am, and of course the large firemen’s parade on New Jersey Avenue Saturday scheduled to being at 2pm.
Cape May City Police are warning of significant traffic delays near the Emlen Physick Estate on Washington Street on Saturday. The estate is holding a Harvest Fest, and significant traffic is expected to be in the area. Police are urging motorists to use caution and patience in that area on Saturday.
A major water pipe installation project will be taking place in Linwood and Northfield starting later this month. The New Jersey American Water Company says the project will cost $1.2 million and should be wrapped up by the end of November.
Sea Isle City Police announced that rumble strips will be installed along Sea Isle Boulevard Thursday evening. Alternating lanes of traffic will remain open during this project, and then the center lines of traffic will be repainted. The entire detail should be completed by Friday morning.
Olde New Jersey Avenue in North Wildwood will be closed this weekend for the Boots and the Beach country music event. Olde New Jersey Avenue will be closed from Spruce Avenue to First Avenue; some other side streets will be closed as well. The event gets underway on Friday.
Middle Township is taking a hard look at improving its pumping stations in the coming years. The Press of Atlantic City reports that the Township has hired the engineering firm of Mott MacDonald to take a look at the pumping stations and suggest a systematic approach at making repairs and adding new stations. Some of…
August was an outstanding month for the casino industry in Atlantic City. The gaming halls took in a whopping 13 percent more revenue last month than they did during the same month in 2018. The casinos’ win figure topped $338 million for the month of August.
It looks like offshore drilling is dead on the coasts of both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans in the United States. The House has approved a measure that would prevent any new leases for oil and gas drilling off the coastline. This move has the support of local tourism and environmental advocates.