It looks like the dispute between the City of Cape May and former Police Chief Robert Sheehan is headed to court. Special meetings were held by the Cape May City Council over the past several days. The issue over Sheehan’s eventual demotion by the city could be heard in Superior Court as early as Monday.
Ocean City now has a clear path on the entire length of its boardwalk. Mayor Jay Gillian announced that the reconstruction project has advanced to the point where the decking has been restored in front of businesses between 10th and 12th streets. Various railings and lampposts are being re-installed.
Victories Friday night for both boys basketball teams from Ocean City and Lower Cape May. Ocean City knocked off Absegami, 66-45 thanks to 12 points from Tom Jamison. Lower Cape May got 14 points apiece from Patrick Holden and Zach Cerasi to defeat Oakcrest, 48-30.
Pleasantville Police continue their investigation into a fatal shooting in the city that occurred Thursday night. Police say a man was shot to death inside a car parked on Stenton Place. So far, no witnesses have come forward and police do not have any suspects in custody.
Friday night was a huge night for the Middle Township wrestling program as the Panthers beat Burlington City, 57-12. Coach Matt Wolf won his 100th career match, while senior Gary James Nagle won his 89th career match, the best in Panther wrestling history. For more, see Brian Cunniff’s story on CoastSportsToday.com.
Governor Phil Murphy has signed an executive order that directs the State to implement the Offshore Wind Economic Development Act. Murphy says it’s time for the State to take action on offshore wind power. His order now allows the State Board of Public Utilities to create various rules to get projects underway.
Sounds like a fun trip. Some state lawmakers and Atlantic City officials are headed to Nevada next week to take a fact finding trip on the legalization of marijuana. Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gillian is going on the trip, but says he is paying for it out of his own pocket. Gilliam believes legalized pot…
Someone was passing around photos of alleged muddy water coming out of the taps at Vineland High School on Friday. School officials say they received numerous copies of the photos but alas, they were all fakes. The school quickly noticed that the school doesn’t even have the taps that were noted in the photos.
A bus company that serves many school districts in Cape May and Atlantic counties will bring in extra staff Monday in the event some drivers have a Super Bowl hangover. NJ.com reports that Sheppard has over 500 busses serving the local districts, and at least one district announced that there could be delays in school…
A 49-year run for the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant in New Jersey is coming to an end. Officials announced Friday that the plant will close its doors for good in October. The plant is located in Forked River.