One of Sea Isle City’s signature events returns on June 22nd through the 24th. Stallion Marketing announced that the annual food truck festival will return on those dates and will be held at Kixx in Sea Isle City. There will be food, crafters, games and music on all three days.
He’s back, this time in his own law firm. Governor Christie has formed The Christie Law Firm, LLC which is now open for business. The LLC was formed in April. Christie has no comment about his next venture.
Sports betting is now law in the Garden State, and the first bets will be placed at Monmouth Racetrack Thursday morning. Governor Murphy signed the measure that was approved by lawmakers this month. Sports betting will begin on the same day as the World Cup soccer tournament, which should bring in revenue.
Wildwood Catholic track and field stars Chalres Fields and Rakim Coyle were medal winners at the annual Meet of Champions event on Saturday at Northern Burlington High School. Seven Ocean City high school athletes also participated in the event. For a recap and video, visit CoastSportsToday.com.
The United States Coast Guard participated in the rescue of a man who was experiencing a weak pulse and chest pains on board a 26 foot boat that was 70 miles southeast of Atlantic City on Friday. The 64 year old man was assisted by a Coast Guard chopper who took him to shore for…
Wildwood Crest will soon require permit tags in order for residents and property owners to use the recycling center. Officials announced that the permits will be required as of Saturday, July 14th. They are free of charge to all residents and property owners and are available at the Nesbitt Tourism Information Center.
A 28 year old woman from Mexico was sentenced to seven years in a state prison for her role in a drug operation in our part of the state. Sandra Y. Parra-Quientero was handed the prison term for dealing meth. She was caught up in the seizure of five pounds of crystal meth by the…
This weekend marked the 40th anniversary of the Cape May County Zoo. A celebration was held on Saturday that featured local politicians and a recognition of Conservation Day. All money raised during the day long event, with the American Association of Zoo Keepers matching the total of the organization that received the most money.
Two people were killed during a weekend accident on the New Jersey Turnpike. Authorities say a Brooklyn man was one of two people killed late Friday afternoon in Newark. A box truck was headed southbound, veered into a guardrail, and caused the accident.
Significant damage was caused to a church in Cape May after a motor vehicle accident. Fire officials say there was an accident at Franklin Street and Osborne Court that resulted in utility pole wires striking the church, and setting it ablaze. The building suffered heavy damage; there were no injuries. Photos courtesy of Cape May…