The tax rate in Middle Township is going up this year. The Press of Atlantic City reports that the Township Committee met Monday and discussed a budget that would increase the local purpose tax rate by 2.68 cents. Mayor Tim Donohue cites positive news on the horizon with rising property values and new businesses coming…
Congressman Jeff Van Drew is crushing the Biden administration now that word has come out that Hunter Biden was in fact paid by foreign actors. Van Drew calls the confirmation of this news as “a stab in the heart of the integrity of America”, especially since the mainstream media accused President Trump of collusion with…
It truly will be a dark and stormy night at the Jersey Shore. Accu Weather is calling for the potential to one to two inches of rainfall overnight from a storm system that will move across our region. Showers will not move out of our area until Friday.
New Jersey State Police confirm several personal floatation devices washed ashore Tuesday morning in Wildwood Crest. Police say they have spoken to the owner of the sunken vessel and report no injuries, and all individuals are accounted for. The incident remains under investigation.
Several life jackets washed up on a beach in Wildwood Crest, and the United States Coast Guard reports they came from a sunken boat. The Coast Guard told NJ.com that the items came from a boat that had no one on board. The Coast Guard used a chopper and a boat in a potential search…
56 year old John Creamer of Marmora lost his life during a two vehicle accident on Saturday. The Cape May County Herald reports that Creamer’s vehicle collided with an SUV after Creamer’s vehicle crossed the center line into traffic. The accident occurred between Church and Butter roads, along Tuckahoe Road.
Egg Harbor Township Police say a 37 year old man lost his life in a motor vehicle accident early Saturday morning. Police say Jose Costa lost control of his vehicle on Ocean Heights Avenue and struck a pole. Costa was pronounced dead at the scene.
Seven people were injured during a fire in Millville early Monday. NJ.com reports that the fire broke out in an apartment on North High Street early Monday morning. Four individuals were rescued from the building. Two of the four people were trapped were children; all made it out safely.
Accu Weather believes we will have an active hurricane season this year. The forecasting agency is looking at between 16 and 20 named storms with several becoming hurricanes. They also forecast four to six tropical storms or hurricanes to have an impact on the United States mainland and territories.
The liquor license at the Rio Station in Rio Grande may undergo a person to person transfer Monday night. The Middle Township Committee has an item on its agenda that will transfer the license to TSP Rio, LLC. The introduction of the Township budget by title only is expected to take place.