Lower Cape May Regional High School and the Richard M. Teitelman School will both old a “Salute to Service Day” Monday. As reported by Brian Cunniff on CoastSportsToday.com, the schools are inviting all local veterans and their families to attend various sporting events to be held in the afternoon. Attendees are being asked to wear…
There were no winners in Friday night’s Mega Millions lottery jackpot drawing. That means the estimated jackpot for Tuesday night’s drawing will be $273 million, with a $167 million cash option. There was only one Match 5 winning ticket, sold in New York.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has signed a bill that is supposed to enhance access to public beaches. The measure recognizes the Public Trust Doctrine and is intended to improve beach access in northern New Jersey where in some towns, access is limited. This new access law ties beach fill projects to adequate public access.
The repaving of Route 147 between Middle Township and North Wildwood will begin on Monday. The New Jersey Department of Transportation announced that the repaving project will begin Monday morning and continue until Memorial Day. Traffic will be shifted into the one open lane during the project.
The United States Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May is readying for its big Coast Guard Community Day Saturday. The annual event draws thousands of visitors who get an up and close visitation with the base to meet the staff and learn about the Coast Guard mission and see the equipment that is used. …
A 55 year old woman from North Cape May was arrested Wednesday night and charged with a drunk driving offense after her pickup truck struck a bicyclist. Police say Sun O. Payne was charged after officers found her pickup a short distance from the accident scene; the accident occurred at Bayshore and Fulling Mill roads.
Woodbine will be hosting a solar farm on a local landfill. Borough officials announced that a letter of intent has been signed that will result in the solar farm and a new revenue stream for Woodbine. The project is being developed by Nexamp.
New Jersey senators Robert Menendez and Cory Booker want some answers from the Consumer Safety Product Commission on beach umbrellas. Both lawmakers are concerned about the safety of the umbrellas after one woman on a New Jersey beach suffered an impaled ankle after an umbrella became airborne. Existing safety standards will be examined.
Five puppies who are in need of medical care were found dumped along the side of a road in Cumberland County. The South Jersey Regional Animal Shelter is caring for the puppies and has raised over $4,800 to help defray medical costs. They have already been treated by a vet.
Caesars Entertainment is ready to open two large sports betting facilities in Atlantic City, including the largest in the city. Harrah’s Resort and Bally’s Atlantic City Wild West will both have large sports betting facilities before the heart of the summer season. The location at Bally’s may be the largest in the entire state.