Authorities are investigating the discovery of a body that was found this morning near a condominium complex near Ortley Beach. NJ.com reports that the body was found floating in a cove Wednesday morning. Toms River Police say the body has not yet been identified.
Lower Township Police have enacted a traffic advisory in advance of the July 6th Whale of a Day festival in the community. Clubhouse Drive from Town Bank Road to Elmwood Drive will be closed during the day of the festival. All traffic will be diverted to Shore Drive.
Offshore drilling for fuel is becoming increasingly less likely thanks to action taken by Congress this week. Congress voted on a measure that would block the President of the United States from imposing the offshore exploration of fuel in our country. Coastal communities, including Cape May County, have banded together to prevent offshore drilling from…
40 year old Gonzalo Soto of Wildwood has been arrested and charged after authorities found drugs and cash inside his house on Rio Grande Avenue. Authorities say they recovered over $4,300 in cash and drugs with a street value of about $10,000. Prosecutors say he could face between 15 to 20 years in prison.
Food trucks will again roll into Sea Isle City this weekend. The 5th Annual Sea Isle City Food Truck Invitational will be held from Friday through Sunday at 6400 Landis Avenue in Sea Isle City. Live music and crafters will also be part of the event.
Cape May County is reminding locals about a produce voucher program where income-eligible seniors can use vouchers for produce available at participating farmers’ markets. Individuals must be at least 60 years of age and meet income requirements. The program gets underway next Monday.
Stone Harbor will again provide the backdrop for the Philadelphia Flyers “Trial by the Isle” event. Thursday, rookies will be coming to Stone Harbor for an annual community event that includes an autograph session and a volleyball game.
New Jersey Lottery officials say a recent winning Jersey Cash 5 ticket was sold at the Acme Supermarket in Cape May Court House. Officials say the ticket sold for the June 21st drawing is worth over $71,000.
A former Lower Township Police lieutenant was charged with drunk driving last year and the arrest is still the subject of an investigation. The Press of Atlantic City obtained the arrest video of former lieutenant John Chew who had a blood alcohol content of .36. Chew told the Press that he retired; he was not…
Avalon has created a brand new pollinator habitat. Borough officials announced that the new habitat is located at a park in the southern end of the community. The habitat is intended to provide a location for migratory birds and other pollinators, including Monarch butterflies