The Cape May Police Department has hired three new Class II officers. City officials announced that Robert Elwell, Kevin Barruffee, and Matthew Johnson are all entering the academy. They will graduate in April, 2022. Photo courtesy of Cape May City Police social media page.
Cape May County added 67 coronavirus cases overnight. The new figures released this morning show the Cape with 526 residential cases of coroanvirus. 26 new cases were added in Lower Township, pushing the township’s total to 150 residential cases.
You could soon have to get used to paying more money to use the Cape May County bridge system. A new proposal would double the cost of a bridge crossing by 2024. The Cape May County Bridge Commission says the revenue would help with various capital projects. The bridge system generated more toll revenue in…
The Cape May County Regional SWAT Team will be conducting a drill in Lower Township Thursday afternoon. Lower Township Police announced the drill will be held on Rosehill Parkway Thursday starting at 12 Noon. There will be police vehicles and officers in the area.
The annual Tournament of Champions in high school sports will not continue after this school year. The New Jersey Interscholastic Athletic Association voted today to eliminate the tournament, which had various sports championships from groups to play each other for an overall state title. This will extend some sports seasons by a week, including basketball,…
The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce has renovated its building, and on Friday it will show it off to the community. The Chamber announced that it will hold a ribbon cutting event Friday at 10am at its building, located on Crest Haven Road near the County Park. Local legislators will be in attendance to…
The Wildwood City Commission meets today, for the second week in a row. The Commission has a light agenda, but will consider a new energy savings improvement program ordinance. The meeting begins at 5pm.
Cape May County is nearing 500 residential cases of coronavirus. County officials added another 45 new cases over the past 24 hours, bringing the County’s total to 484 cases. Nearly half of the cases are located in Middle and Lower townships.
Middle Township Police will be participating in a “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign. Police announced this week that the campaign began December 3rd and will run through the New Year’s holiday. Nearly one quarter of all motor vehicle accidents in New Jersey last year were related to alcohol use.
Vineland Police announced they are looking for information that leads them to the arrest of an individual wanted for an attempted homicide. The incident took place last Thursday on East Wood Street and involved a shooting. The 16 year old victim of the shooting remains hospitalized in critical condition.