Cape May is reminding residents and visitors that certain parking meters will be turned on Monday, April 1st and will remain turned on through the end of the year. Metered parking will be in place from 10am until 10pm and the cost is one dollar per hour.
The northbound lanes of the New Jersey Turnpike in Burlington County re-opened this morning following a fatal accident near Exit 6. The outer lanes of the Turnpike were blocked as the accident scene was cleared. The Turnpike re-opened shortly before 6:00am.
A spectator suffered what are described as “serious injuries” during an accident involving a dirt bike that was racing at the Cumberland County Fairgrounds over the weekend. State Police say a bike wound up in the spectator area of the facility. The female victim was airlifted to Cooper Hospital.
Lower Township Police have arrested and charged 51 year old David C. Hughes of North Cape May for causing a bodily injury during a fight Sunday night at the 5 West Pub. Police say a man was struck above his right eye and had blurred vision during the altercation. Hughes has been charged with aggravated…
Wildwood Crest Police have charged 43 year old Keith Bielawski of Wildwood with burglary and theft following an incident at a condo on Primrose Avenue last week. Police say Bielawski was working as a security worker at the building and allegedly entered a unit to remove jewelry and other personal items from the victim.
New Jersey lawmakers have approved a measure that will make it legal for terminally ill people to get a prescription to end their lives. New Jersey will become the eighth state in the Union to have this legislation; Governor Murphy will sign it into law.
Governor Phil Murphy’s attempt to get legal recreational marijuana in New Jersey failed Monday in Trenton. Murphy was not able to get enough democratic votes to secure passage in both the Senate and the Assembly. Senate President Steve Sweeney says another attempt will occur sometime in the future.
Congressman Jeff Van Drew says the full Mueller report should be made available to the public. Van Drew says the full report should be made available regardless of what side of the issue you may be on. President Trump has no problem with the report being made available for all to see.
Bad news for potheads, there will be no vote in Trenton today on the legalization of recreational marijuana. Senate President Steve Sweeney told NJ.com that the vote has been cancelled due to the lack of enough votes to ensure its passage. Sweeney says the issue is not dead yet, just dead for today. There’s no…
Lower Township Police will be cracking down on drivers who text while behind the wheel, starting April 1st. The new crackdown is called “UDrive, UText, UPay”. Driving while texting resulted in over 800,000 motor vehicle accidents over a four year period in the United States.