A vehicle slammed into the front porch of a house in Upper Township along Route 50 on Wednesday. Social media accounts show the vehicle inside the front porch of the structure. No word of any injuries; the driver of the vehicle is being sought.
The 51 year old man who took a banner plane and flew it erratically Sunday evening over Cape May County has been apprehended. Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland announced that James P. Dahlen has been charged with criminal trespass, and additional charges may be filed. Sutherland says the investigation is ongoing and involves multiple…
Pleasantville Police are thanking five teenagers for their assistance with the safe recovery of a five year old child who was wandering the streets during the overnight hours. Police say the teens located the youth on New Road and stayed with the boy until police arrived. The boy was not injured.
North Wildwood’s popular Thursday evening summer events are coming back to Anglesea on July 5th. The Anglesea Night Markets return for another summer, starting the day after the Nation’s birthday. Food trucks are a big part of the event with trucks changing from date to date, with acoustic music crafters and other attractions.
An 18 year old Ocean City man has been arrested and charged this week with allegedly selling hashish, or edible marijuana, in the County. Prosecutors say William Baker was allegedly selling items for consumption that included pot. Baker was arrested without incident by the Ocean City Police Department five days ago.
There were no winners in Tuesday night’s Mega Millions lottery drawing. Lottery officials say the estimated top prize for the next drawing will be about $232 million. There were Match 5 winners in both Maryland and California.
They will be smashing a guitar Thursday at 11am in Atlantic City. The Hard Rock Casino will formally open with glitz and glamour, along with a few busted guitars to celebrate. A ceremony will be held in the Etess Arena.
No legal pot in New Jersey, for now. Lawmakers announced that the push to legalize marijuana in the Garden State will not happen before the state solves its budget crisis. There appears to be support in Trenton for the expansion of medical marijuana programs, but recreational pot legislation remains controversial.
Governor Phil Murphy has a deal for fellow democrats to break the budget impasse in Trenton. The Governor’s plan would increase sales, business, and income taxes. Murphy says he won’t accept the budget approved by his party in the Legislature last week. Murphy says his proposal is a significant compromise.
Some local soccer players are headed to the U.S. Youth Soccer national tournament for the second straight year. CoastSportsToday.com reports exclusively that the South Jersey Futbol Club U-17 team advanced with a 3-0 win last weekend in West Virginia. Many of the players hail from Cape May and Atlantic counties.