Up to a foot of snow will fall in northern New Jersey today. Accu Weather reports that far northern New Jersey, including Sussex County, will get up to a foot of snow, while here at the shore, we are expected to see snow later in the day. No major accumulation is expected in our region.
He’s back. Various reports Sunday place Greg Schiano once again as the head coach of the Rutgers University football program. The deal that died before Thanksgiving was revived over the weekend and Schiano has agreed to the deal. Schiano led the Scarlet Knights to bowl appearances in six of his last seven seasons at the…
The Cape May City council is holding a special meeting Tuesday afternoon to discuss lawsuits, and positions in government. Council is expected to meet in closed session to discuss filling the positions of city manager and court administrator, and to discuss litigation, including one involving the Sewell Tract. The meeting begins Tuesday at 2:00pm.
Cape May County remains the only county in New Jersey not under some sort of a winter weather alert. A soaking rainstorm is likely at the Cape on Sunday, while areas to our north and west will be seeing some snow out of this storm system. Snow is likely in our area Monday night.
A wonderful gesture from students at Wildwood Catholic High School directed towards the North Wildwood Police Department. Just before holiday break, students gathered at the department, holding big letters that spelled out “Thank You” to show thanks to the men and women in the department.
There were no winners in last night’s Mega Millions lottery drawing. That means the estimated jackpot for the next drawing Tuesday evening will be worth $266 million. There was only one Match 5 winning ticket sold, in New Hampshire.
Four people were arrested in connection with a gunpoint robbery in Lower Township. Township police say a man who was going to conduct a drug transaction was robbed by the individuals. They have been identified as 18 year old Louis Garcia of North Cape May, 19 year old Jonathan Halas of Cape May, and two…
Police in Hamilton Township are reporting a spike in car burglaries. Police say there have been more reports of burglaries, and they are all easily preventable by locking doors, parking in well lit areas, and not leaving valuables in plain view.
He wasn’t missing after all. The United States Coast Guard reports that a kite surfer who was missing during the holiday weekend contacted the Coast Guard and says he’s fine. The surfer said his kite malfunctioned, so it cut it loose, and paddled ashore to return home.
State Senator-elect Mike Testa will not vote in favor of a bill that would use state tax money to fund repairs to the Wildwood boardwalk. Testa told the Press of Atlantic City that the Transportation Trust Fund was never intended to fund boardwalk repairs, and he will not support the bill when it comes forward…