A Vineland man who won $730,000 via a Jersey Cash 5 jackpot two years ago has struck gold again. Lottery officials say Eugene Martellio bought a 25 dollar lottery ticket and won $3 million. Martellio won the jackpot back in December; his good fortune was announced this week.
The Atlantic City Blackjacks will play their first ever home game this weekend. The Blackjacks are an Arena Football League team that began the season with a loss last weekend. Atlantic City will host Columbus, another first-year team, Saturday afternoon at the Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall.
The Wildwoods business and tourism communities are mourning the passing of the owner and founder of one of the most popular businesses in the Wildwoods’ history. Multiple social media reports cite the passing of Joseph Mack, of Mack’s Pizza. Mack passed away Tuesday morning. Funeral arrangements are pending. The Watch the Tramcar, Please and Sam’s…
The Marshall’s department store located in Cape May Court House is on the move. The retailer issued a press release stating the store is leaving Court House and relocating to Grande Center in Rio Grande. The Rio Grande store will open in 16 days.
The next time you fill up at the pump, chances are you will be paying three dollars per gallon for gasoline. Gas prices throughout New Jersey are climbing this week, and some local gas stations are reporting three dollar prices. Analysts say the good news is gas prices are not expected to remain much above…
There were no top prize jackpot tickets sold for the Mega Millions drawing last night, pushing the jackpot for the next drawing to $229 million. However, one ticket was sold worth $1 million somewhere in New Jersey. That ticket matched five numbers, but not the Mega Ball.
Tickets for the Greater Wildwood Chamber of Commerce’s Fabulous 50s weekend concert go on sale Wednesday. This year’s October concert features The Miracles, Sonny Turner, and other acts. Tickets start at $54.
Cape May County government will be showing off its new third floor of the County Courthouse located on Main Street in Middle Township Friday. The new third floor will result in additional space for both the surrogate and sheriff’s offices. A new court room is included, along with the office of Criminal Case Management.
It’s the end of an era in Upper Township. The B.L. England power plant will be officially turned off on Wednesday. Upper Township Mayor Richard Palombo told the Press of Atlantic City that people will continue to work at the coal-fired plant as the decommissioning process continues.
A man claiming to be a compulsive gambler lost $160,000 at Harrah’s in Atlantic City, and a court has ruled that he must pay up. The man told the court that Harrah’s should not have extended him credit, but the court didn’t buy the argument. Harrah’s has been awarded the settlement, including interest and attorney’s…