A 52 year old man was medevaced off a cruise ship about 100 miles off the coast of Atlantic City on Tuesday. The Coast Guard says the man was unconscious on the pool deck of the cruise ship. The man was eventually taken to the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center.
A public works employee from Ventnor has been charged with sharing 1,000 images of child pornography on Instagram. 25 year old Mark McGurk Jr. was arrested last week at his home. Images were unloaded, allegedly by McGurk, on December 1st.
Phil Martelli’s nearly quarter century career in charge of the St. Joseph’s University men’s basketball program has come to an end. The university announced today that Martelli has been relieved of his duties as coach. Martelli’s squad made three appearances in the NCAA tournament over the past 11 years.
Governor Phil Murphy has signed a new measure into law that will result in the creation of a task force to study how the state should regulate self-driving automobiles. Lawmakers say they need to come up with a plan that will allow self-driving automobiles on the roadways while at the same time protecting the safety…
Some animals perished, and vehicles were damaged during a late night barn fire last night in Upper Pittsgrove Township, Salem County. State Police say the fire does not appear to be suspicious in nature, and the cause is undetermined.
Millville’s Mike Trout may be able to buy the whole city if he wants it. Trout has signed a massive 12-year extension with the Los Angeles Angels that is reportedly worth $430 million. The contract extension essentially means Trout will not be a free agent, and will not be a member of the Philadelphia Phillies…
The referee who ordered Buena High School wrestler Andrew Johnson to cut off his dreadlocks before a match or forfeit is now reportedly asking for $100,000. TMZ reports that Alan Maloney wants the money for alleged defamation of character, and has not refereed any matches since the incident in December.
Funeral services will be held on Saturday in North Wildwood for Ralph Ransom, who passed away last week at the age of 84. Ransom was the former owner of the Ugly Mug in Cape May, and he worked for decades at the former Marine National Bank. Services will be held at the Ingersoll-Greenwood Funeral Home.
New school aid figures are not good for the Lower Township Elementary School District. Superintendent Jeff Samaniego told the Cape May Star and Wave that state aid in the district has been cut by nearly $1 million for the 2019-2020 budget.
Governor Phil Murphy has signed a bill into law that requires stores and restaurants in New Jersey to accept cash. Some merchants only wanted to accept credit or another electronic payment, but no more. New Jersey is only the second state to prevent businesses from refusing to take actual money.