Sea Isle City will honor the men and women who served in the Vietnam War on Monday. The City is asking people to observe a moment of silence at 11:00am. The city will also sound the fire sirens at that time as a tribute. Mayor Len Desiderio says these veterans have been overlooked.
There was a measurable increase in the number of coronavirus cases in Cape May County on Saturday. The County reported 43 new cases, which is well above its prior seven day average. Lower and Middle townships, along with Wildwood and Ocean City, saw the most number of cases.
Atlantic City Police have charged a 47 year old man with shooting another man, and then during a struggle over the weapon, the shooter was shot as well. Police have charged Edmund Williams of Atlantic City with aggravated assault and other offenses. The incident occurred Thursday afternoon on North Carolina Avenue.
Some strong winds are possible Friday afternoon, and blowout tides could occur. The National Weather Service expects wind gusts approaching 50mph today as a front moves through. There is a chance of a thunderstorm on Friday, but most of the storm activity will be north of us.
County officials announced Friday that emergency work on a portion of Bayshore Road where Middle and Lower townships meet will continue next week. Three foot cast iron culvert pipes need to be replaced in the area. The balance of the work, including the new roadway, is anticipated to be completed by April 7th.
A new bill approved by the State Assembly will require car dealerships to pay off your trade in vehicles within 15 days. The lack of paying off these vehicles have damaged the credit scores of buyers who turned in their vehicles. A few car dealers in our region, including a former dealership in Ocean City,…
Sea Isle City’s council approved a new municipal budget this week. The city has plans in late April to make a virtual public presentation on a future community center project that will be constructed on Park Road. More information will be available next month.
There are plenty of people conducting short term rentals of homes illegally in Lower Township, and the Township is now making that practice stop. The Cape May Star and Wave reports that the Township will spend over $26,000 with a company to crack down on rental properties that have no rental licenses. Township Manager Mike…
Last year, Atlantic City officials allowed huge yellow letters spelling “Black Lives Matter” to be painted on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Turns out, bad idea. The city this week approved $36,000 to remove the paint, saying that drivers are really confused about the appropriate travel lanes. The paint violated various state regulations.
A new law may be signed by the Governor that reverse the State Legislature’s position and require police to notify parents every time minors are caught with pot or alcohol. A previous bill would prevent parental notification on a first offense. Lawmakers appear to be in favor of a three time warning system.