A father of eight children was killed early Sunday morning when a car crashed into his disabled vehicle on the Garden State Parkway in Little Egg Harbor. State Police say Stephen M. Chiarle of North Cape May lost his life when the car slammed into his vehicle shortly after 2am Sunday. Chiarle himself started a…
Cape May’s Beach Safety Committee is expected to review a report by a local engineering firm on the evaluation of surf zone conditions in the city. Mott MacDonald conducted a feasibility study to examine the potential of altering the beach slope to change plunging waves that can cause injury.
Stone Harbor officials announced that they had to send out corrected water and sewer bills this month. A computer system caused an error in the billing, and a revised billing was mailed out on November 13th. Residents can go to the Borough website to get information to find out exactly what they owe.
Absecon Police made two arrests after they spotted a stolen vehicle Saturday morning traveling on Route 30. Police say 28 year old Damonyea Mallory Sr. of Atlantic City and 20 year old Pamara Dudley of Mays Landing were charged with receiving stolen property, possession of a gun, and possession of hallow point bullets.
Cape May will charge $30 for a seasonal beach tag next summer. Council met last week and also approved a new $50 commercial beach tag for businesses who want to have one tag exchanged between their guests for the summer season.
The jackpot for Tuesday night’s Mega Millions lottery drawing will be worth $226 million. There were no winners in Friday night’s drawing. The cash option, if you are lucky enough to win on Tuesday, is $154.3 million.
Jada Byers’ ten touchdowns in a St. Joseph’s win over Morris Catholic in a 76-22 playoff victory is not nearly as impressive as the reason he went for the record. Byers said he wanted to set the record to honor ten year old Micah Tennant, who was shot to death last Friday while attending a…
The hotel occupancy rate in Atlantic City has topped 90 percent for the third quarter of 2019. This is a 2.6 percent increase from the same time period last year. The occupancy rate for the entire year is slightly over 80 percent.
Atlantic City may be getting $20 million in Hurricane Sandy emergency funds to repair facilities that were damaged more than seven years ago. The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs is considering spending the money to fix bulkheads, and flood proofing City Hall. A public hearing on the proposal will be held Tuesday.
The lease is up in early 2020, so the Ace Hardware store located in East Vineland will close in a few months. The Daily Journal reports that the store will close since the owners could not work out a lease deal with the owner of the property. Operations at the store will begin to cease…