The Lower Cape May boys basketball team picked up a four point win over Cape May Tech Monday evening. The final score of the game was 60-56, with Archie Lawler leading the way with 25 points. For more, including video, see Brian Cunniff’s coverage on CoastSportsToday.com.
A Cumberland County festival that experienced a tragedy last year will not be held in 2020. Organizers of the Deerfield Harvest Festival say the event is being scrubbed this year. You may remember a little girl was killed at the festival last year on an amusement ride.
Wildwood Crest will hear some ideas about the future of its fishing pier this week. The Borough Commission meets Wednesday morning and will hear from the newly formed Crest Fishing Pier committee, and professional consultants. The presentation will take place at Borough Hall Wednesday at 9:30am.
Millville Police say someone left a pit bull dog to die in a crate in a wooded area. The Daily Journal reports the dog was a pit bull mix, under one year old, and was found deceased last Wednesday. Police say the dog was in poor condition when it was found.
No injuries were reported from a house fire in North Wildwood over the weekend. Fire crews responded to a blaze that was contained to one room at a property in the 300 block of 16th Avenue. The fire was contained to the second floor. No word yet on how it started.