Vineland Police cracked down on bars and packaged goods stores who were selling booze to minors. Police say they posed as underage patrons and were served at various locations throughout the city including popular destinations including a Red Lobster restaurant and a Shoprite wines and Spirits.
The investigation continues into a fire that caused damage to the SIG Warehouse in Hamilton Township early Monday morning. Police say heavy smoke came from the main warehouse when fire crews arrived. Several pallets of a foam material caught fire inside the building. One employee suffered minor injuries.
This Wednesday through Friday, northbound traffic will be detoured along Route 9 in Lower Township for milling and paving work. The northbound lane of Route 9 will be closed from 7am until 5pm from Breakwater Road to Route 47. Southbound traffic will be maintained at all times.
North Wildwood Police announced Tuesday that it will participate in the annual “Operation Take Back” initiative where residents can safely dispose of unwanted or expired medications. The program will be held in the lobby of the Department on April 28th between the hours of 10am and 2pm.
Bridgeton Police are investigating a drive-by shooting that resulted in approximately 20 shots being fired Monday night. Police say they found the casings from the bullets on South Avenue, but no shooting victims. So far, no suspects are in custody.
It looks like Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam is in the clear regarding a $10,000 check that was accidentally deposited into his account. Gilliam held a press conference Tuesday in the city to announce that a criminal complaint involving the check has been dismissed. Gilliam called it “a great day for Atlantic City”.
The C-View Inn on Washington Street in Cape May has been named the Munch Madness 2018 champions in an online poll by the listeners of the Coastal Broadcasting Systems radio stations. Over 2,100 online votes were cast on Monday in the Final Fork match-up between the C-View and 5 West Pub on Bayshore Road in…
Job opportunities and how to find them will be the topic of conversation this evening in Middle Township. The Township’s Economic Development Council meets at 6:00pm and will include various presenters including Atlantic Cape Community College and Cape Regional Hospital. The goal of the conference will be to connect available jobs to skilled workers.
A major reconstruction project impacting a section of Bayshore Road in the Villas will begin next Monday. County officials say the reconstruction of the roadway will take place between Wilde and Weber avenues in the community. Traffic will be detoured to parallel streets du8ring the construction project, which should be wrapped up in early June.
Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam will hold a press conference Tuesday morning to discuss the recent controversy surrounding the alleged theft of $10,000 in campaign financing. The democratic committee in Atlantic City filed a criminal complaint against Gilliam in court. Gilliam has repeatedly stated the money was deposited into his account accidentally.