The City of Wildwood has four new firefighters who were sworn in to their positions on Friday. Rayquan Walker, David Spiegel Jr, John Snyder, and John Sharp all join the ranks of the Wildwood Fire Department. Wildwood has received a grant of nearly a half million dollars to pay for the additional positions.
North Jersey could get up to three inches of snow on Tuesday but for us, that won’t happen. Accu Weather is calling for the chance of some light snow Tuesday afternoon at the Jersey Shore after a front moves through our region. It may be just enough to put a light cover of snow on…
Police in Egg Harbor Township report the fatal shooting of a 16 year old boy who was gunned down by another teenager Friday night. Police say it happened in a home on Woodrow Avenue. The shooter has been charged with aggravated manslaughter and other offenses.
A Garden State Parkway widening project in Atlantic County is scheduled to conclude this year. The project is part of a nearly $600 million project that results in the widening of the Parkway from Toms River south towards the shore resorts. Five bridges are being replaced, and another bridge is being replaced. The new lanes…
New Jersey is in the middle of one of the worst flu seasons on record. The State Department of Health has confirmed over 4,000 cases of influenza in the Garden State this season, resulting in one death. The flu has spiked over the past few weeks with more than 1,000 cases being reported, according to…
The Cape May City Council will meet Monday afternoon to hold a special meeting on a sticky issue in town. Council will meet in closed session to discuss the issue involving Captain Robert Sheehan’s legal battles with the city. The meeting starts at 4:00pm.
Kyion Flanders is now the all time leading scorer in Wildwood High boys basketball history. Flanders scored 46 points Thursday night as Wildwood defeated Clayton, 111-100. Flanders passed the previous record of 1811 points set by Brendan Conner. For more on this story, see Brian Cunniff’s story on CoastSportsToday.com.
The Middle Township Economic Development Council will meet next month and will address opportunities in the local oyster farming and aquaculture industries. Township officials announced that the meeting will be held on February 6th at 6:00pm, at Township Hall. One guest speaker will be the coordinator of Rutgers University’s Aquaculture Program.
Two women were busted on drug charges during a traffic stop on the Garden State Parkway this week in Little Egg Harbor Township. Police say 34 year old Emily Nicholson and 35 year old Carey Mayo were busted for possessing heroin and needles; both were slapped with multiple drug offenses.
A Beach Drive safety improvement project in Lower Township is underway. Township officials announced that a contractor has mobilized and has begun the various improvements that will enhance both bicycle and pedestrian safety. Township officials say some detours are likely during this project, which should wrap up in time for Memorial Day weekend.