Schools in Ocean City and Ventnor are opening two hours late Friday morning. The schools decided to open late due to flooding anticipated from the morning high tide, which occurs in the 7am hour Friday. Moderate coastal flooding is anticipated during both high tide events on Friday.
Ocean City officials have postponed a public open house at its fire house on Asbury Avenue scheduled for Thursday. The forecast calls for the potential of moderate coastal flooding, so the event has been pushed back until Thursday, October 17th, from 5:00-8:00pm.
A 21 unit housing development has been approved by the Ocean City Planning Board for the lot that used to house the Harry Klause car dealership. The Ocean City Council still has interest in buying the lot to be preserved for some function of open space, according to the Press of Atlantic City.
There will be thousands of bicycle riders in Hamilton Township and Ocean City this weekend. The annual Bike MS: City to Shore ride originates annually in Philadelphia, and heads to Ocean City to raise charitable money. Traffic delays are possible throughout the day Saturday, and again Sunday morning.
Human remains were found earlier this month on a dog beach near Ocean City. 6ABC reports that the remains were found on Monday, September 9th, and confirmed by New Jersey State Police. No information yet about the gender of the remains or the actual location of the beach.
A small fire was reported overnight at the Hobby Horse Ice Cream Parlor in Ocean City late last night. The Press of Atlantic City reports that multiple fire departments responded to the blaze, and the scene was cleared early this morning. No word on what started the fire; no reports of any injuries.
28 year old Louis Federici was at fault in connection with a pedestrian-motor vehicle accident over the weekend in Ocean City. Police say Federici was struck by a car driven by a teenager, but it was Federici who stepped into the lane of traffic when he had a red signal. He survived the accident and…
A pedestrian was struck by a motor vehicle at 34th Street and West Avenue in Ocean City Saturday morning. Police say the victim of the accident suffered non-life threatening injuries. The identity of the victim and the driver have not been released.
Gasoline is a bargain heading into Labor Day weekend. Mid Atlantic AAA reports that gas prices dropped by a whopping ten cents a gallon in the past week to an average of $2.66 a gallon in Cape May County. We are still six cents above the national average, but right at the state average.
A 48 year old teacher at Mainland Regional High School has been accused of exposing himself to a female on the Ocean City beach. Police say Christopher Denn was arrested two weeks ago and charged with criminal sexual contact. Denn is also known in our region for being a local swimming coach.