Cape May Police Chief Anthony Marino has released the identity of the bicyclist who was struck and killed by a New Jersey Transit bus Saturday afternoon. The deceased is identified as Efterpi Hines of Cranbury, New Jersey. The investigation into the fatal accident continues.
A woman who was on her bicycle was struck and killed by a New Jersey Transit bus Saturday in West Cape May. The accident occurred near Broadway and York in the community at 5pm. So far, the woman’s identity has not been released and the investigation continues.
Cape May Police have charged a man with drunk driving and other offenses after he crashed a golf cart Tuesday at Columbia Avenue and Ocean Street. Police say John Alteri was also charged with Obstruction of the Administration of Law. A passenger in his cart, identified by police as Christine Alteri, was airlifted to a…
The World Series of Birding comes to the Cape May area this weekend. It’s an annual event where bird enthusiasts try to spot as many birds as they can in a set amount of time. About 70 teams are competing in this 36th annual event sponsored by New Jersey Audubon.
Free Jitney service is coming to Cape May the summer. The new Jitney service will replace the former trolley service that was provided in the city. The Jitneys will start running at 2:00pm. The Jitneys have branched out from Atlantic City to pick up business that was lost through Atlantic City’s downturn.
It’s possible Jitney service could be coming to Cape May for the summer of 2019. A resolution appears on the Cape May Council agenda for Tuesday that would award a contract for transportation services for the City to the Atlantic City Jitney Association. A presentation will be made to Council regarding the changing nature and…
The United States Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May is readying for its big Coast Guard Community Day Saturday. The annual event draws thousands of visitors who get an up and close visitation with the base to meet the staff and learn about the Coast Guard mission and see the equipment that is used. …
A town hall meeting will be held Wednesday evening at the Cape May Convention Center to discuss the potential for a library at the Franklin Street School. County officials will be on hand; there is a large state grant available to help restore the historic building.
An inconvenience for Cape May residents and businesses late Wednesday afternoon as a power outage impacted the community. The power went out in a good portion of the community after 5:00pm Wednesday, and it remained off for a little over an hour. There was an issue at a substation that caused the outage.
West Cape May will adopt its 2019 municipal budget this evening. The Commission will meet at 7:00pm and approve the new spending plan. The Commission will also go into closed session to discuss a contractual matter regarding the reconstruction of a street and parking lot.