West Cape May is the recipient of several new significant water leaks in town, caused by abnormal water pressure. Borough officials are apologizing to citizens about the problem with the water system, and wants to be contacted if anyone has experienced any property damage as a result of the problem.
Cape May County reported 45 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday. Middle Township has about a quarter of all of the new cases. Over 24,000 County residents are now fully vaccinated.
The owner of the Icona Resorts has reportedly formed a partnership with Gillian’s Wonderland Pier to help the pier out of financial difficulty. NJ.com reports that the family of Eustace Mita, the owner of the Icona properties, has formed a partnership with the Gillian family. Gillian is the mayor of Ocean City. Earlier this year,…
Police in Wildwood Crest will be cracking down on distracted driving infractions through the month of April, which begins tomorrow. Police say they are participating in the “U Drive, U Text, U Pay” campaign. Over 2,800 people lost their lives nationwide three years ago due to distracted driving.
Cape May Police announced that parking meters in the Victorian resort will be turned on Thursday. Parking meters will be turned on in the Washington Street Mall and Carpenter’s Lane area starting tomorrow. Other meters are turned on May 1st.
Quanette Vasser-McNeal will be running as a democrat for a seat on the Middle Township Committee this year. Vasser-McNeal announced that she has the support of the Middle Township Democratic Club, and the Cape May County Democratic Committee. One seat is up for grabs in the November election.
52 year old Robert C. Reinhart of North Wildwood has been charged with attempted human trafficking and other offenses after he tried to meet a 14 year old for sex; turned out the teenager was an investigator with the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office. NJ.com reports that Reinhart offered to pay $300 to have sex with…
New Jersey reported 61 new deaths from coronavirus Tuesday. There were over 4,300 new cases of the virus statewide. State officials say one out of every five residents is fully vaccinated.
Lower Township Police have a new, updated website. Police say the new website is now available at lowertownshippolice.com and has new features including the ability to fill out a police report, sending anonymous tips, and others. Police say more new information will be added.
Coronavirus cases are inching up a bit, including in Cape May County. The County reported 40 new cases of the virus on Tuesday, with a dozen of them being in Lower Township. Cape May County has over 23,000 residents who have been fully vaccinated.