A disabled veteran from North Cape May is suing the Cape May County and its sheriff’s department for alleged harassment at the Cape May County Zoo last August. The Press of Atlantic City reports that Jonathan Hinker alleges he was harassed and bullied by representatives from the zoo and sheriff’s department for bringing his service…
A 27 year old Atlantic City man has received a prison term of 17 years for repeated sexual assaults against children. Adan Otero received the long prison sentence for sexually assaulting four children, all under the age of ten years old. The assaults took place in 2016.
Middle Township’s boys and girls soccer teams met the Philadelphia Union last Thursday. The teams were able to meet Union players and coaches, and hold a training session on the field. Middle Township’s boys team will play Mainland at Talen Energy Stadium on October 9th.
There will be no more bear hunts on New Jersey state property. Governor Murphy signed an executive order that eliminates the bear hunts on any state land. Murphy is asking State lawmakers to consider restricting bear hunts on other property as well.
Two Middle Township residents have been charged with aggravated assault and other offenses following an early morning incident in Lower Township Monday. Police have charged 26 year old Niki Kelley of Rio Grande and 25 year old Zachary Thompson of Green Creek. Police allege both attacked a man at Shade Tree Village in Erma, resulting…
The United State Coast Guard on Monday called off the search for a missing swimmer in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware after the man’s body’ was found by police. A helicopter from Atlantic City was dispatched to search for 43 year old Timothy Toner, who’s body was found south of Dewey Beach, Delaware.
The United States Coast Guard is searching for a 43 year old man who is classified as a missing swimmer off the beaches of Rehoboth, Delaware. The Coast Guard announced that a chopper from Atlantic City and a motor life boat are both searching for the man who entered the water wearing pants shortly before…
Three firefighters in Wildwood have been certified by Rutgers University after successfully completing course work for Certified Public Manager training. Ernie Troiano III, James Grauel, and Captain Daniel Dunn completed the ten-month training. All three graduated on Friday.
Wildwood Crest has announced that its beaches will be fully guarded during the Labor Day holiday weekend, and the weekend following the holiday. However, only five beaches will be guarded during the week in between due to guards returning to school and other ventures during the middle of the week.
The Lower Township Council meets this evening and will consider a $3.9 million bond for the Rosanne Avenue flood control project. Council also will entertain discussion from a local engineer regarding Schellenger’s Landing. The meeting begins at 7:00pm.