Governor Phil Murphy has signed a new package of bills into law to address the foreclosure crisis in the Garden State. The new legislation contains nine new bills that will help families deal with the threat of foreclosure. Atlantic County has one of the highest rates due to the changes in the gaming industry.
33 year old Darrel Jones of Vineland has been arrested by police for exposing himself to a patron at a Vineland library. The Daily Journal reports that Jones presented the patron with a business card, moved closer to her, and exposed himself. Jones is charged with two counts of lewdness.
If you need to drive to Delaware, do it today or tomorrow to save a buck. The Delaware River and Bay Authority will increase the fare to drive on the Delaware Memorial Bridge by 20 percent, starting Wednesday. A crossing on the bridge will now cost five dollars, instead of four.
Two teenagers have been charged with burglary following an early morning incident Sunday at the Conoco gas station in Cape May Court House. Middle Township Police say two teens were charged with trying to break into the gas station; they found the teens and burglary tools inside a vehicle parked at the McDonald’s restaurant next…
A town hall meeting will be held Wednesday evening at the Cape May Convention Center to discuss the potential for a library at the Franklin Street School. County officials will be on hand; there is a large state grant available to help restore the historic building.
Kids throughout New Jersey are rejoicing after a tractor trailer full of broccoli burned up over the weekend on the New Jersey Turnpike, rendering the load inside the truck useless. The trailer burned up on the Turnpike, and there were no injuries. Hundreds of pounds of broccoli, destroyed.
The Powerball jackpot has rolled over again. There were no winners Saturday night in the multi-state lottery jackpot, which pushes the top prize to approximately $181 million for Wednesday night’s drawing.
Atlantic City Electric will be wrapping up a reclosure project in Ocean City this week. City officials announced that there may be power interruptions Monday at 41st Street and Central Avenue as the project comes to a conclusion. It is intended to reduce the number of people affected by power outages.
Wildwood Crest is attempting to alleviate some ponding conditions that appear on a section of its beach after heavy rain events. The Crest has contracted to move about 36,000 cubic yards of sand from the high tide line to the dune line in an attempt to alleviate this condition. Work is expected to be completed…
The welcome center located on the Atlantic City Expressway just outside of the city closes this week. The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority reports that the center is simply not used as visitors get information from the internet and other sources. The center has been in existence for 20 years.