Ocean City is reaching out to its community to fill five volunteer positions on four different boards. The city issued an alert asking for interested parties to join the environmental, tourism, historic preservation, and zoning boards. Five vacancies exist.
A meeting will be held after the first of the new year to discuss a new location for the Whitesboro Post Office. The meeting will be held on January 3rd at the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center. Federal officials will be on hand to discuss the potential new location.
A firefighter from Ventnor is the latest individual to plead guilty in connection with a massive health benefits fraud scheme in South Jersey. 37 year old Corey Sutor was in federal court Wednesday and admitted to his role in the scheme. Sutor admitted to creating more than $2 million worth of fraudulent claims.
There were no winners in Tuesday night’s Mega Millions lottery drawing. State lottery officials say the jackpot will now swell to $262 million for the next drawing, to be held Friday night.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz will reportedly not play Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams, the same team that destroyed his knee last season. NFL.com reports that Wentz will not play in the game, and it’s possible the Eagles may shut down the quarterback for the remainder of the 2018 season.
The County freeholder board will hold its official reorganization meeting on January 3rd. County officials announced the meeting will begin at 5:00pm, and will include the swearing in of Freeholder Len Desiderio, who was re-elected in last month’s election.
A 31 year old Atlantic City man has been convicted in a murder case from six years ago. Joshua Cross was convicted this week in the 2012 slaying of Sedrick Lindo at the Carver Hall apartment complex.
Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam Jr. and Councilman Jeffree Fauntleroy II both pleaded not guilty in North Wildwood Municipal Court to charges relating to a fight near an Atlantic City casino last month. The case was moved to Cape May County to avoid a conflict of interest. Gilliam’s plea was entered via a letter.
Dennis Township’s committee meets this evening and may consider a resolution that is a formal notice of potential disciplinary action against a Township employee. The notice includes the language that there has been quote “new factual information and recent events”. The Committee may elect to extend a professional services contract for animal control services.
The Wildwood City Commission meets Wednesday afternoon and is expected to adopt a new ordinance that will adjust the fees charged for special events, dumpster, and vendor permits. The Commission may also consider an increase of $30,000 in funding for special counsel to represent two commissioners and the administrator in a lawsuit filed by Commissioner…