Stone Harbor is set to adopt a new municipal budget Tuesday afternoon. The new budget will include a small tax increase for residents and result in $12.1 million to be raised via taxation. Council is expected to introduce a couple of bonds at today’s meeting, which begins at 4:30pm.
The popular Gateway Diner on Delsea Drive could be wiped out courtesy of a state project to do some bridge and road work near the eatery. NJ.com reports that the NJDOT has talked about just buying the diner and knocking it down since repairs to the diner would exceed what the property is worth. The…
Three teenagers have been charged in connection with an argument at an Atlantic City McDonalds over the weekend that involved pepper spray. Police say the incident occurred during the early morning hours on Saturday and they received tips resulting from a video that appeared of the incident on social media. A 21 year old Pleasantville…
Two local high school pitchers fired no hitters to lead their teams to victory on the baseball diamond Monday. Wildwood Catholic’s Ben Church tossed the gem as the Crusaders beat Atlantic City, 12-0. And Ocean City’s Brandon Lashley also fired a no hitter as Ocean City blanked Oakcrest, 10-0.
New Jersey State Police are searching for 15 year old Lacey Crawford of Bridgeton, who was reported missing Saturday afternoon. Crawford was last seen at a residence in Millville. Anyone with information on Crawford’s whereabouts are asked to contact the Bridgeton station of New Jersey State Police.
A weekend forest fire that charred over 11,000 acres of woodlands in Burlington County was started by humans. Fire officials say the fire started in a remote area in Woodland Township, often the scene of illegal bonfires. State officials continue to investigate.
68 year old Jonathan Gadola essentially received a life sentence in prison for sexually assaulting two children, two years ago. A judge gave Gadola an 80-year prison sentence for assaulting the two kids back in 2016; both victims were under the age of 13.
A 52 year old police sergeant with the Long Beach Township Police Department has been suspended for accessing some secure information on a computer system for his own personal gain. Gerard Traynor faces two counts of illegal computer criminal activity. He also works as an attorney in Galloway Township.
Say it isn’t so..well, it really isn’t. Morey’s Piers trumped everyone on April Fool’s Day by announcing that its popular curly fries are being traded in for healthy snacks including kale chips, and fruit sushi. The posting on social media drew the expected backlash. Morey’s says it was only a joke; in fact, there will…
Avalon has received a $150,000 grant from the New Jersey Department of Transportation for a street construction project. Mayor Marty Pagliughi announced that the grant will be used on a portion of 68th Street in the community. Avalon has secured approximately $2.7 million from this NJDOT grant program since 1997.