For local high school football teams who do not make the playoffs, there are always consolation games. The NJSIAA announced that Lower Cape May’s so-called “crossover” game will be played at home against Lindenwold this Thursday night. Middle Township will visit Point Pleasant Borough Thursday night as well.
Governor Phil Murphy will be making a political appearance in Wildwood two days before the election. Murphy is expected to attend a “Get Out the Vote” event on Sunday, November 4th at the Mud Hen Brewing Company in Wildwood. The meet and greet will begin around 9:15am.
Middle Township Police will be hosting a Cops & Coffee event on Halloween. Police will meet with the public at the McDonald’s restaurant in Cape May Court House from 8:00-10:00am. Residents can meet with the cops to discuss various public safety matters.
There were two winning tickets in Saturday night’s Powerball drawing. Neither winning ticket was sold in New Jersey; however, two tickets sold in the Garden State are worth $1 million. The winning numbers were 8, 12, 13, 19, 27 with the Powerball 4, and the Power Play 3.
Two Lower Township Police officers suffered minor injuries while trying to subdue a suspect at Family Matters, LLC on Thursday night. Police say 31 year old Shawn Harkin of the Villas was uncooperative with police after they found him kicking and punching a car. Harkin fled on foot and was eventually captured and taken to…
Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian announced that the city will back off plans of purchasing a car lot owned by two brothers. Gillian says a local citizens group has submitted a petition that would put the question on a ballot which essentially negates the city’s purchase of the lot by the end of the month. …
The nor’easter has arrived as advertised, and rain and wind remains in the forecast for Saturday. Accu Weather predicts minor to moderate coastal flooding at time of high tide on Saturday, which is expected to arrive on the back bays shortly after 10am Saturday.
Two people have been slapped with drug charges after Atlantic City Police recovered 840 bags of heroin and other drugs during a search on Friday. 29 year old Lavon Davis of Pleasantville and 23 year old Shaheed Black of Atlantic City were both hit with multiple drug offenses.
It was a heartbreak game for Ocean City’s football team Friday night as Mainland kicked a 41 year old field goal with one second left to beat the Red Raiders, 24-21. Middle Township’s playoff hopes were dashed when they fell big to Pleasantville, 55-10.
One New Jersey beach town attempted to give discounts to residents for beach tags, which is a violation of the Public Trust Doctrine. Brick Township had to change course and offer a different beach tag program once it learned that the proposed discounts for residents was illegal.