He’s going to need a few more parts. A pickup truck drove through the front of an Auto Zone retail store in Ventnor Heights on Monday. The accident occurred shortly after 6:00pm on Monday. Police say the driver suffered from a medical episode which caused the accident. There were no serious injuries.
Colonel Patrick Callahan is Governor Murphy’s choice to head up the New Jersey State Police. NJ.com reports that Murphy has decided to stick with former governor Chris Christie’s choice, and Callahan will be named the full time superintendent of the State Police. Murphy will make the announcement this week.
Motorists are advised to use caution Tuesday morning as fog from unseasonably warm air will be over our region. Once the fog burns off, temperatures will flirt with 70 degrees on the mainland for a couple of days, low 60s at the beaches. No return to winter is in the forecast according to Accu Weather,…
One of the biggest special events in the Wildwoods during the winter comes on Saturday with the annual Fallen Heroes Polar Bear Plunge on the 15th Avenue beach in North Wildwood. The event raises money for families who lost police officers in the line of duty. Event registration occurs this week at fallenheroplunge.com.
Atlantic City Police charged a 50 year old local man with burglarizing three different businesses. Police say James Mason was captured with the help of a video camera. Among the businesses burglarized by Mason was the Rainforest Cafe on the city’s boardwalk.
No more afternoon room rentals at the Inn of the Dove in Egg Harbor Township for the time being. The Press of Atlantic City reports that fire officials in the community shut down the getaway location due to a fire alarm system that doesn’t work. A local fire company was called to the Inn of…
Cape May is ready to welcome three new police officers during its meeting Tuesday night. Nicholas Campanella, Cory Hofmann, and Emmanuel Mendez will also be introduced to the public. Cape May may also introduce a new bond ordinance that would pay for preliminary expenses related to the construction of a new public safety building.
A devastating fire overnight destroyed an ambulance company in South Jersey. Flames broke out at the Woodstown American Legion Ambulance Association in Woodstown early this morning. The building has been destroyed and many ambulances went up in fire. No word yet on what caused the fire.
The fire that gutted the Country Town Diner in Berlin last month was set by the friend of the owner who wanted his business to cook so he could collect on the insurance money. Authorities announced that Robert Zbikowski of Mount Holly and Thomas Giannisis of Bellmawr conspired to burn down the diner on January…
No school, no mail, no banking. President’s Day is Monday which means many essential services are shut down for the holiday. Most retail locations will be open on Monday, including major shopping malls throughout New Jersey. All government buildings are closed.