A three month old child was killed during a motor vehicle accident in Millville Monday morning. Police say a vehicle driven by the 18 year old mother of the child left the roadway along Silver Run Road, struck a utility pole, and rolled over. The woman was not injured in the accident, but her child…
Senate President Steve Sweeney reportedly will concede the election in his Senate district today. New Jersey Globe reports that Sweeney will no longer contest a narrow election day loss eight days ago to an unknown republican. The Senate will pick a new president, likely to be Nick Scutari.
Cape May City Police are attempting to identify an individual who allegedly stole an umbrella from Zoe’s Cape Cafe over the weekend. Police say the theft occurred shortly after 1am on Sunday. A photo of the crime has been released.
New Jersey is taking steps to help marijuana cultivation and dispensaries open in the Garden State. NJ.com reports that the Cannabis Regulatory Commission will start taking applications in December from individuals who want to start opening marijuana businesses. First up will be to growers; then in March, from potential dispensaries.
State Senator Michael Testa has co-sponsored a new bill that would allow a person’s natural immunity from a prior Covid-19 infection to serve as a vaccination for those who attend workplaces and schools. Testa announced Tuesday that real people are getting fired and kicked out of schools courtesy of the Governor’s vaccination requirements, and this…
Cape May Police announced that portable stop signs are being placed at the intersection of Washington and Franklin streets this week. Crews will be tearing down a firehouse in that location starting Wednesday, and the stop signs are being added for safety. Power to traffic lights will be shut off.
Election results for the third and final Borough Commission seat in Wildwood Crest could be announced as early as Wednesday. The Press of Atlantic City reports that newcomer Joe Schiff maintains a three vote lead over incumbent Joyce Gould. Provisional ballots are being counted at the County Clerk’s office.
No it’s not you, it’s Comcast. The communications carrier is experience system wide problems across the United States, and knocking out internet service and internet phones around the country, including in Cape May County. Major U.S. cities are reporting huge failures, including San Francisco and Chicago.
New Jersey drivers will now have the option of having their vehicle registrations on their smart phones or tablets. A new law signed by Governor Murphy gives motorists the option of having a paper registration, or have it saved electronically. It will take at least a year to develop this new technology.
Middle Township’s first business administrator has passed away at the age of 81. Norman Lochten died Sunday. Lochten was known locally for also having a famous uncle, Larry Fine of the Three Stooges. Services will be held on Friday.