It’s a first of its kind in Cape May County…a girls lacrosse game featuring two unbeaten teams to be live streamed by Coast Sports Today. Middle Township hosts Lower Cape May in a game of the unbeaten at 4pm, and the game will be live streamed for local sports fans to see. To watch the…
More than 4,000 customers of Atlantic City Electric are without power this morning thanks to storms that swept through our region before sunrise. Most of the power outages are located in Atlantic City, with a few reported in Cape May County. Power should be restored in our region to affected customers by 9:00am.
44 year old Stephan Byrd of Vineland faces a minimum of a quarter century in prison for robbing three local banks in 2014. Byrd robbed banks in Mays Landing, Vineland and Malaga in a period of two months. Byrd was convicted on all charged on Friday.
Cape May will be adopting a municipal budget on Tuesday. Cape May’s council will hold a public hearing on the new spending plans and also consider a new ordinance that would adjust parking meter rates in the city. Tuesday’s meeting starts at 6:00pm.
Middle Township will have a budget presentation Monday afternoon. The administration will unveil its new spending plan during the Committee’s work session meeting Monday at 4:00pm.
Stone Harbor officials announced that South Jersey Gas will be doing some work in Borough streets this week. On Monday, work will be done on 120th Street, and for the rest of the week, some work will be done on the southerly limits of Second Avenue. The utility is going gas main improvements on the…
Thousands of beaches were cleaned up around the Garden State on Saturday as part of Clean Ocean Action’s beach sweeps. Sweeps were held in many local shore communities as volunteers picked up everything from non recyclable plastics to tires.
Cape May Mayor Chuck Lear will be holding a town hall style meeting on May 1st at the city’s Convention Center. Lear says there will be discussion regarding plans for a public library and community center at the site of the Franklin Street School.
Four people have been arrested following a traffic stop last Thursday in Wildwood. City police say 44 year old John Dyes of Rio Grande was a suspect wanted in connection with the theft of a large amount of currency taken from a residence. Dyes was charged, along with three others on various drug offenses.
37 year old Ricardo Carillo-Santiago will spend the rest of his life in prison for killing his estranged wife and her daughter. He was sentenced last week in connection with the killings back in 2015. The two victims were killed in her apartment, and the bodies taken to Fairfield Township where they were dumped.