The former MV Twin Capes is now sitting at the bottom of the ocean. The former signature ferry in the Cape May Lewes Ferry fleet was intentionally sunk at an artificial reef site shared by New Jersey and Delaware. Also at the site is the USS Arthur W. Radford, and a former Coast Guard cutter.
A 19 year old Clayton man has been arrested and charged with posting an intent to conduct a shooting at Clayton High School. Police say Amante Brice was arrested after he posted a message regarding a revenge shooting at the school. There was no date or time of the intended shooting posted; schools were locked…
The investigation continues Sunday morning into a shooting at an arts festival in Trenton. Authorities say several people were shot shortly before 3am at the festival . Reports indicate one person has died.
The United States Coast Guard rescued four adults and two children off a boat that ran aground Thursday night just south of Great Island in Atlantic City. The Guard reports that the individuals in the water were wearing life jackets and all were safely rescued. The call first came in from the Ventnor Police Department.
Cape May County will hold it’s annual “We Check for 21” effort Tuesday at the Wildwoods Convention Center. The program attempts to provide business owners with education on how to spot for fake id’s shown by young adults who attempt to purchase packaged goods. Three programs will be held during the day.
Wildwood Crest Police have issued an advisory on social media regarding a scam that may target local motels. Police say that some scammers are asking for credit card refunds for motel rooms that were booked with stolen credit cards; they would like the repayment made to a credit card that they may legitimately own. The…
Sea Isle City Police have made an effort to improve bicycle safety in the community. The city has installed some signage and painted arrows on the pavement that help direct the flow of traffic through the community. New markings have also been placed on the Promenade every two to three blocks.
The Wildwood Catholic boys soccer team has a new coach. Jim Lushok was hired to become the new coach of the Crusader program. Lushok is one of the all time great goaltenders in Crusader history. For more on this story, please see Brian Cunniff’s story at CoastSportsToday.com.
Millville paid just over $1.6 million to tear down an old building that was next to a popular city restaurant. The Daily Journal reports the city made the payment to Perryman’s Excavating to rip down the building on Main Street. $300,000 was spent on various soft costs.
Emergency repairs are being conducted this morning on the 96th Street Bridge in Stone Harbor. The bridge will be reduced to one lane of alternating traffic until just before lunchtime on Friday; expect delays.