Governor Phil Murphy on Wednesday announced a new grant program for small businesses in the Garden State. There is now $135 million available in federal grant money to New Jersey businesses. $15 million will go to bars and restaurants.
The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch Wednesday until 8pm. Strong storms have impacted Ocean and Atlantic counties this afternoon. The storms could break some humid weather at the shore. Graphic courtesy of National Weather Service.
A boat ran aground on North Wildwood’s 13th Street beach today. City police say the boat ran ashore shortly before 12:30pm for no reason. There were no injuries on the boat, or on the beach. Sea Tow was called, and brought the boat off the beach. Photo courtesy of North Wildwood police social media.
Reports say that Damon Tyner has resigned as Prosecutor for Atlantic County. The Press of Atlantic City reports that a radio report suggested that Tyner has submitted his letter of resignation and cites family reasons. The resignation was reportedly effective today at 9:00am.
Spirit Airlines today announced new air service between Atlantic City and Miami, Cancun, or San Juan. The airline announced these flights will all be non-stop with no layover. All of these new flights will begin at various times in October.
Two teenagers have been charged with stealing a motor vehicle one week ago in Wildwood Crest. Police report today that 18 year old Naishon T. Price of Wildwood, and Anthony Young of Cape May Court House allegedly stole a car and took it to Brick, New Jersey. The stolen vehicle was involved in a motor…
Police in Wildwood Crest have charged a 22 year old man in connection with a hit and run accident. Police say Jesse J. Kennedy of Philadelphia is accused of leaving the scene of an accident and with being under the influence. The accident took place one week ago on Ocean Avenue.
There could be some travel delays on Stone Harbor Boulevard this Saturday evening, starting at 8pm. County officials say minor delays can be expected related to extended bridge openings to accommodate the “Festival of Lights” boat parade. At 8pm, the bascule span of the 96th Street Bridge will remain open to allow for the continuous…
The North Wildwood Fire Department helped with a stranded wave runner on Sunday night. The Department announced that after a search, the wave runner was found with the help of Marine 70 from Cape May Court House. The victim had sunk to waist deep in the mud, but was safely rescued; there were no injuries.…
A local high school football game this fall will pay special tribute to veterans. CoastSportsToday.com’s Brian Cunniff reports that the Lower Cape May football game scheduled on September 17th will raise money for Run for the Fallen New Jersey. Lower will square off against Lindenwold in a game to be broadcast live on WCZT Radio.