Shots were exchanged between a man and a police officer in Tuckerton Thursday morning, and the search is on for the suspect. The suspect fled the area on a tricycle, and it was recovered a half mile from the scene of the shooting. Local schools went into lockdown; there were no injuries.
Officials at Shore Medical Center are going on strike next Tuesday. The Press of Atlantic City reports that the one-day strike will protest unfair labor practices. One of the practices alleged is blocking nurse leader access to the facility to talk about union concerns, according to the report.
Seedlings from a 600 year old tree that fell in Salem County will be delivered to every single community in New Jersey. State officials say all 565 towns in the Garden State will be receiving the seedlings for their consideration for planting. The tree fell back in June.
One of the men involved in the fatal shooting at a high school football game in Pleasantville has been ordered to be held in jail until his trial. 26 year old Vance Golden of Pleasantville was told by a judge today that he will be kept in jail until he’s tried in connection with the…
Four of the six suspects connected to a shooting last Friday at a football game in Pleasantville will be in court on Thursday. The alleged shooter, Alvin Wyatt, will not appear in court at this time. A ten year old boy succumbed to injuries he suffered at the game; that boy was shot in the…
If you bought a Jersey Cash 5 lottery ticket at the ShopRite in Egg Harbor Township, check your tickets. That ticket, and another sold in northern New Jersey, were the only winning tickets sold for a drawing that was worth over $650,000. The drawing was held on Monday.
Former Millville police officer Joseph Dixon has pleaded guilty to felony charges related to two separate incidents where he used excessive force. The 28 year old Dixon was in court Wednesday and will likely get one year in prison, and will be permanently barred from holding another job in law enforcement. One woman that Dixon…
Another presidential pat on the back for Congressman Jeff Van Drew. President Donald Trump thanked Van Drew for standing firm in his belief that the impeachment process in Washington is a waste of time and money, and elected officials should be focusing on real issues.
Avalon received a prestigious honor relating to its new Surfside Park on Wednesday. Mott MacDonald, the engineer for Avalon, won an award at the New Jersey League of Municipalities convention in Atlantic City on Wednesday. The Park was supported by a $2 million grant from the Cape May County Open Space Program.
For the first time in seven years, sewer rates may be going up in Middle Township. The Township Committee met Monday night and introduced an ordinance that would increase rates by about $80 per year. Officials defended the move, saying it is necessary to keep up with increasing costs.