Nascar has shuffled its race weekends for 2020 and that means big changes for gear heads to head to the Monster Mile in Delaware. Dover race weekends will be held during the first weekend in May, and during the third weekend in August, starting next year. Dover has hosted race weekends going back to 1971.
New Jersey State Police are searching for 30 year old Shaquan D. King of Bridgeton for allegedly stealing $1,600 worth of medicine from Acme supermarkets in Delaware. King and another accomplice allegedly stole the over the counter medication. They were driving a 2011 gray Nissan Maxima with New Jersey plates.
Two people were airlifted to Cooper Hospital in Camden early Tuesday morning after being shot during an incident at a home on West Broad Street. Police say two men entered the home and a struggle began. The shooter left the home on foot. Police have no suspects in custody.
Two Family Dollar stores in southern New Jersey are among the 143 stores that will be closing nationwide. NJ.com reports that Family Dollar stores located in Bridgeton and Pennsville will both close under the reorganization plan. Dollar Tree is the parent company of Family Dollar.
Woodbine is receiving a $200,000 state grant for the partial reconstruction of Sumner Avenue. Officials announced today that the grant is coming from the New Jersey Department of Transportation for street and stormwater work along that roadway.
The spring meeting of the Jersey Shore Partnership took place at the Reeds in Stone Harbor Monday afternoon. The partnership is a coalition of municipal and business interests who want to see the state make an increased commitment to funding for beach fill projects along the Jersey Shore.
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…