A Galloway Township man has been charged with having over 17,000 bags of heroin along with a loaded handgun, cocaine, and drug measuring scales. 46 year old Alfred Fuller Jr. was charged with multiple serious drug offenses and hauled off to the Atlantic County Jail.
Cape May County now has 388 residential cases of coronavirus. New figures posted by the County show 107 cases of the virus in Lower Township, and 86 cases in Middle Township. Wildwood leads the way among beach communities with over 40 cases.
Cape May City Police are searching for two female shoplifting suspects. Police have released surveillance photos of the two women who stole clothing from a store on the Washington Street Mall. Anyone with information on these individuals is asked to contact police.
The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office announced charges against five residents of the Villas on various narcotics offenses. The arrests came after complaints about alleged drug activity on Weber Avenue in the Villas. Various narcotics including heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, and other drugs were connected to the arrests.
There are now 365 cases of coronavirus in Cape May County. New data posted by the County Health Department shows most communities with at least one case of the virus. State numbers are also on the rise as well.
The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for Cape May County. The Advisory is in effect from Wednesday at Noon until Thursday at 8pm. Heat index values could approach 110 degrees on Thursday. Graphic courtesy of National Weather Service/Mt. Holly.
As New Jersey braces for another surge of Covid-19, the State’s chief executive has decided to send over 700,000 masks to India. Governor Murphy announced on social media Tuesday afternoon that he was sending the NK95 and N95 masks to India, saying “we’re committed to supporting India in whatever form we can as they battle…
New Jersey added 1,392 new cases of coronavirus over the past 24 hours. Governor Murphy announced that there were nine new confirmed deaths. Over 5.3 million New Jerseyans are vaccinated.
Sea Isle City is joining other beach towns with criticizing various juvenile reform laws that have created major issues in communities this summer. Mayor Len Desiderio announced today that he had a conversation with the new New Jersey Attorney General about the issue. This summer, some beach towns are experiencing vandalism and other issues due…
Wildwood Crest will maintain an additional surfing beach for the remainder of the summer. Officials announced today that the beach between Hollywood and Topeka avenues will be maintained as a surfing beach after being used for surfing on a trial basis. The beach will be for surfers only between the hours of 10am and Noon…