Governor Phil Murphy signed a bill in to law Tuesday that bans all flavored vaping products from being sold in the State of New Jersey. The statewide ban will go in to effect, ironically, on April 20th, a date marijuana enthusiasts call 4-20 day. It’s the first ban on flavored vaping products in the nation.
For the fifth consecutive year, there will be no fare hike for New Jersey Transit. Governor Murphy announced today that fares will remain flat, and the State is looking for more bus drivers and train operators. Murphy today also reaffirmed his commitment to improving the level of service offered by trains and buses.
A Powerball ticket worth $50,000 was sold in Cape May Court House. New Jersey Lottery officials say four winning tickets were sold in New Jersey for Saturday’s drawing, including one sold at Glick’s Corner Cafe & Deli on Route 9. No one hit for the big jackpot; that will be worth over $340 million on…
Online voter registration is now the law of the land in the State of New Jersey. Governor Murphy signed a measure in to law Tuesday that allows citizens to register to vote online. The digitized signature on file at the Motor Vehicle Commission will be used to approve the online registration form.
How about a little wrestling on the beach this summer? Morey’s Piers announced that it will be bringing a beach wrestling event to Wildwood this summer. The tournament will be held on August 15th and will be open to both males and females, ages seven to adult. The matches will be held in 16 foot…
Funeral services will be held next Friday for James McLaughlin, Jr. of Cape May Court House who passed away last week unexpectedly at the age of 74. McLaughlin worked as a local CPA and was chairman of the Middle Township Zoning Board, for which he had nearly 30 years of service.
Wildwood Police say they will use the power of their social media to alert people about various items regarding President Trump’s visit next week. Police say they will have a big meeting on Wednesday to discuss various safety and security issues, and that information will be pushed out on its social media channels Wednesday afternoon.
Drivers who use the popular app Waze for navigation are finding themselves lost when they ask the app to take them to the Borgata in Atlantic City. Waze officials confirm that the app takes them instead to Jackson Township in a forested, wooded area, sometimes on a dirt road. App designers say they plan on…
A woman and her two dogs were saved from a house fire in Atlantic City Sunday night. Authorities say a fire broke out on Kuehnle Avenue and a woman was found in her bedroom with her dogs. The fire was brought under control in about a half hour.
Rutgers University will name its first ever black president on Tuesday. NJ Advance Media reports that the provost of Northwestern University, Jonathan Holloway, will get the job. A meeting of the university’s Board of Governors will be held Tuesday morning to make the appointment.