Middle Township Police Department Sgt. Francis Fiore ended his duty with the department on Monday. Fiore retired after a long career of law enforcement with the department. Police held a luncheon for Fiore before the weekend to celebrate his career. Photo courtesy of Middle Township Police Facebook page.
Stone Harbor police officers will be wearing pink badges through the month of October. The police department announced on social media that members will wear pink badges to support National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Summer will try to hold on for one more day at the Jersey beaches on Wednesday. Forecast highs along the water will be near 90 degrees, while 90 degree temperatures will be common on the mainland. It all breaks on Thursday with a front moving through that will bring fall-like temperatures for the weekend. If…
Don’t be alarmed if you hear fighter jets piercing the silent nighttime skies next week. NJ.com reports that various training missions will be held at night out of the 177th Fighter Wing based in Atlantic County. The training missions are expected to start one week from today.
Wildwood Crest Police are accepting donations for the Love of Linda Cancer Fund in October. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month; Crest Police are accepting checks or cash in a drop box in the lobby of the police department on Pacific Avenue in Wildwood Crest.
State Police have charged two men with stealing crab meat, steaks, and fruit from the Acme Supermarket in Upper Township in late August. Police say 25 year old Faustino Colon III of Millville and 27 year old Matthew Monette of Galloway Township. Both suspects have been charged with theft. State Police received a tip for…
North Wildwood’s council meets Tuesday afternoon and is expected to authorize a resolution to go out to bid to rent equipment for another sand back passing operation. Heavy equipment is needed to move sand to restore North Wildwood’s beaches. Tuesday’s meeting begins at 5:00pm.
The Cape May City Council meets Tuesday afternoon with a light agenda. Council is expected to receive a presentation from USA Architects on the proposed public safety building for the city. The meeting begins Tuesday at 4:00pm.
Some new recycling rules go into effect Tuesday in Cape May County. Shredded paper and bulky mixed rigid plastics, like plastic furniture, doll houses, and the like..will no longer be recycled. Those items get placed out now with the regular trash.
Stone Harbor’s council meets Tuesday afternoon and is expected to discuss a plan with state and federal reps to lower some dunes in order to put fresh sand on the beach. Stone Harbor is handcuffed by an environmental decision not to take sand out of Hereford Inlet for a traditional hydraulic beach fill. This alternate…