Cape May Point residents have said thanks, but no thanks. The Cape May Star and Wave reports that postcards were mailed to residents and property owners asking if they wanted the Point to have a Historic Preservation Commission. Some older houses have been recently torn down in the Point.
15 fugitives, including five gang members, were rounded up by New Jersey State Police in Atlantic County. The operation was held in late August and was staged to round up violent crime suspects along with those who repeat these types of crimes. All suspects were taken to the Atlantic County Jail. Graphic courtesy of New…
August gaming revenue in Atlantic City climbed by 31 percent last month compared to last year. State officials say the casinos took in a very healthy $427.7 million dollars last month. The internet gaming win was $113 million for the gaming halls.
Atlantic City Police on Thursday announced the arrest of a man suspected of shooting two people last month in the city. 44 year old Tyron Outlaw of the city has been charged with four counts of aggravated assault, and other offenses. Two female victims, ages 52 and 16, were shot in the incident; they survived.
Wildwood Police have charged a 44 year old local man on charges after he was involved in a fight last Tuesday, armed with a handgun. Police announced Thursday the arrest of Richard Grillo, who was reportedly armed with the gun, according to eyewitnesses. Grillo was charged with multiple weapons offenses.
The number of coronavirus cases is on the way up in the Garden State. New Jersey reported over 2,400 cases of the virus over the past 24 hours today, along with more than two dozen deaths. The rate of transmission remains over one.
Wildwood Crest Police have arrested 52 year old Gregory Bostard of Cape May Court House on charges he allegedly grabbed a juvenile around the throat and choked off the victim’s airway. The incident took place last Saturday on the Crest beach at Toledo Avenue. Bostard also got into a fight with a Crest police officer. …
There will be no black bear hunt this year in New Jersey. Governor Murphy announced that there will be no hunt to thin out the herd of bears located in the northern part of the State. The State’s Fish and Game Council made an emergency ruling to approve the hunt, but has been overruled by…
It’s never too early to tap a keg as part of the Oktoberfest celebration at Morey’s Piers in Wildwood. The organization announced today that Oktoberfest weekends start this weekend and will run the next four weekends. A ceremonial keg tapping event takes place Friday at 5:45pm.
The Cumberland County Jail is dealing with a breakout of coronavirus. The Daily Journal reports today that 14 inmates and seven staff members at the facility have come down with Covid-19. Several individuals remain in isolation, according to the report.