The North Wildwood Police Department is getting a $101,000 grant from the State of New Jersey for additional body cameras. The Department has been using body cameras for four years. 50 new cameras will be purchased courtesy of the grant funding. Graphic courtesy of North Wildwood Police social media page
27,000 people have died from Covid-19 in the Garden State. New state figures released on Thursday show that we have now topped the 27,000 mark in fatalities with 17 additional deaths reported on Wednesday. The new variant of the virus now represents 98 percent of all new cases reported in New Jersey.
The former Ram’s Head Inn is hitting the auction block in October. An online auction will be held next month, according to the Press of Atlantic City. The starting bid, just a dollar. An auction was held in the spring with $750,000 offered for the facility, but an agreement was not reached.
Middle Township Police report the discovery of an unidentified body that was found in a wooded area of East Lena Street in Whitesboro. Police say the body was found in a densely wooded area. Evidence appears to suggest that the body is that of 18 year old Leila Bellamy of Whitesboro who was last seen…
A comedian very familiar with the Jersey Shore and who was a Philadelphia radio icon has died at the age of 68. Big Daddy Graham passed away after some serious health problems. Graham was well known for being a headline entertainer at many shore nightclubs in several communities. He had been paralyzed from the waist…
Stone Harbor officials will close its bird sanctuary for one week, starting on or about September 20th. The sanctuary will be shut down for five days while some invasive vegetation is cleaned up. A herbicide will be used that will enable the restoration of native vegetation.
Avalon officials are going to pursue a dredging permit that would include the entire community. Council heard discussion Wednesday on a proposal from its engineer that would survey the entire community and pursue a permit that would allow Avalon to dredge when necessary.
Cape May council members have rejected bids for the construction of a new firehouse. According to the Cape May Star and Wave, Council held a special meeting last week and rejected the bids that started at $5.9 million. The bids were opened on August 31st.