Atlantic City enjoyed a huge bump in gaming revenue during the month of May. Gaming figures show income at $374.2 million last month, while one year ago the revenue was a paltry $95.9 million due to Covid. Internet gaming numbers continue to improve.
Sea Isle City officials are advising residents and visitors about a longstanding dog prohibition on the beaches and promenade during the busiest time of year. Dogs are prohibited from these public areas through the end of September.
The County has announced a lane restriction along a portion of Seashore Road Thursday night, starting at 6:00pm. County officials say the road near the intersection of Sandman Boulevard will be closed for shoulder paving as part of a missing bicycle lane project. Southbound traffic will be detoured until Friday at 4:00am.
Atlantic City Police have charged a 16 year old juvenile with various weapons and drug offenses after they found two guns inside his home. Police on Monday responded to a call at a home on South Elberon Avenue and found two handguns, a high capacity magazine, two pounds of marijuana, and at least five grams…
Atlantic City Police are seeking the public’s help with finding a hit and run driver following an accident involving a motor vehicle and a 16 year old juvenile who was on a bicycle. Police say the accident resulted in minor injuries to the juvenile and damage to his bike. The vehicle in question is a…
The early signs are showing a huge rebound for tourism following the Covid-19 pandemic. Cape May County Tourism Director Diane Wieland reports that the increase in the occupancy tax locally is not only better than it was in 2020, but nearly 13 percent better than 2019. Last year the County’s overall tourism spending dropped from…
Officials in Wildwood Crest will be celebrating some new additions to Sunrise Park on June 25th, including the installation of a new splash park. A new outdoor fitness area along with playground equipment, seating, and bike racks are all part of the improvements.
Local emergency crews responded early Tuesday afternoon to reports of a car fire at Route 47 and High’s Beach Road in Middle Township. The smoky fire was quickly extinguished; no word yet on the cause of the fire and there are no reports of any injuries. Photo: submitted.
North Wildwood officials recognized the top leadership of the city’s police department in advance of their retirements. Mayor Patrick Rosenello recognized Chief Matthew Gallagher and Deputy Chief Kevin Tolan during a ceremony. Both are retiring at the end of June.
North Wildwood will be appointing a new police chief at the end of the month. The city has announced a special meeting of Council to be held on June 30th with the appointment of the Chief as the only item on the agenda.