Governor Phil Murphy has signed a new bill into law that prevents the federal government from drilling for oil in state waterways. The bill earned bipartisan support in Trenton. Murphy says the new bill makes it very difficult for the feds from drilling in waters off the Garden State.
Atlantic County prosecutors completed a sweep of deadbeat moms and dads this week. The sweep resulted in over $6,000 being recovered, with 28 arrests and six criminal warrant arrests. Over 100 active addresses were checked.
Traffic lights will be turned on in Wildwood Crest starting May 1st. Borough officials announced that motorists should be aware of the fully functional traffic lights which will remain on through the end of September.
A major construction project on Broadway and Seashore Road will begin on Monday. Lower Township Police announced that South State will be resurfacing the roadway from the West Cape May Borough Hall to the Jonathan Hoffman Road connector on the north side of the bridge at the Cape May Canal. The work will be done…
A star softball player at Wildwood Catholic High School became the first player in school history to get 100 hits. Emily Cimino got the big hit Thursday in a 19-5 win over Cape May Tech. Cimino is only a junior. For more, see a video and photo at CoastSportsToday.com.
A late night fire caused damage to a beach house in Ventnor on Thursday. A three alarm fire resulted in damage to the top levels of the home located on North Cornwall Avenue. There are no injuries; no word yet on what started the blaze.
The longtime principal at Vineland High School is calling it quits after more than 30 years on the job. The Daily Journal reports that Tom McCann is retiring and going out with the senior class of 2018. McCann’s retirement is effective July 1st.
A 31 year old woman from Millville was struck and killed by two motor vehicles who struck her while she was walking across the street on Wednesday night. Police say the woman was reported dead at the scene; the accident took place near a local Quality Inn hotel.
A New Jersey State Trooper has been indicted on charges that he would purposefully pull over female motorists in order to ask them out on dates. A six count indictment was handed up against 32 year old Eric Richardson of Camden. Richardson would deactivate the dashboard camera in his car during some of these traffic…
A meeting including drug and law enforcement experts was held in Dennis Township Thursday morning to discuss the problems associated with opioid abuse in Cape May County. Nearly 100 attendees participated in the meeting held at the Township’s senior center. The event was organized in cooperation with Cape Assist; new Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey…