A plane that crashed in the ocean near Cape May was diving repeatedly before it crashed into the water near the Cape May Point Lighthouse. The preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board says witnesses saw the plane flying low and repeatedly diving before hitting the water. One witness says the plane dipped, hit…
An effort is underway to change Atlantic City’s government to a Council-Manager type of governing body. The Press of Atlantic City reports that a petition drive is underway aimed at attempting the major change. Officials will hold a press conference Thursday morning to address the petition effort.
Some customers of Uber Eats may want to rethink this whole process. NJ.com reports that Uber Eats driver Vinicius Porto of Newark faces a lewdness charge after being arrested for masturbating in his SUV right after delivering food to a 23 year old woman. The woman recorded the incident on her cell phone and contacted…
Boardwalk games of chance will again be the focus of an investigation of fairness this summer in New Jersey. Attorney General Gubir Grewal will hold a press conference Friday in Seaside Heights to announce that again, games of chance on shore area boardwalks will be investigated for fairness of play.
Governor Phil Murphy is not ruling out yet another government shutdown, come the end of the month. Murphy and his own party’s lawmakers are split over a millionaires’ tax to support his new state budget. Murphy says all options remain on the table, including another shutdown.
53 year old Stephen Mell of Far Hills, New Jersey has been sentenced for putting his private airplane on autopilot so he could have on board sex with an underage teenage girl. Mell’s illegal mile high club activity with an underage girl has bought him seven years in a federal prison, according to NJ.com.
A severe thunderstorm watch, and a flash flood watch are both back in our forecast. Forecasters predict a good chance of thunderstorms this evening that could produce heavy rainfall at some time late this afternoon and this evening. Tuesday morning, heavy storms and rain caused street flooding in northern New Jersey, and in the Poconos.
Four officers in the Lower Township Police Department were promoted during Monday night’s Council meeting, while two new officers join the ranks. The officers who were promoted to new positions in the department were William Priole, Doug Whitten, Kevin Lewis, and Brian McEwing. Priole is the new Captain of the police department.
The Delaware River and Bay Authority has a new chairman. Today, Delaware Governor John Carney administered the oath of office to Delaware resident Samuel L. Lathem. He is currently the longest-serving commissioner on the Authority, which supervises and manages the Cape May Lewes Ferry.
A fire that caused damage to a boat and a marina in Sea Isle City Sunday has been ruled accidental in nature. Police say the fire started in a shed and spread to a fuel tank, and a commercial fishing boat. Authorities say the local fire department had water on the fire in under ten…