An alleged associated of James Kauffman has been released pending his trial date. A judge on Thursday released 51 year old Paul Pagano of Egg Harbor Township who is charged with racketeering. Pagano has been released, with conditions.
The Wildwood Catholic boys basketball team remains undefeated following a 66-58 win over St. Joseph’s Wednesday night. Caleb Fields scored 33 points in the game. The Crusaders have improved to 12-0 on the season.
There’s a bill being considered in Trenton that would bail out the State’s nuclear power industry. The new bill would raise typical energy bills by over $40 per year. It will be considered by a key Senate committee in Trenton today.
Another win over a local opponent for the Cape May Tech boys basketball team. The Hawks knocked off Wildwood, 62-58 Wednesday evening. Josh Wright scored a game high 20 points for Tech. Tech has won four of its last six games. For more on this game, see Brian Cunniff’s story on CoastSportsToday.com.
Vineland Police broke ground Wednesday on a brand new public safety building. The new police station will cost $20 million and should be completed by the end of the year. The Cumberland County Improvement Authority is funding both the acquisition of land and the construction for the building.
A 49 year old Egg Harbor Township man has been arrested by Hamilton Township Police for performing a lewd act in front of two children, ages one and five months. Alexsander Morales was babysitting the two children when he committed the lewd act that was captured on a home surveillance system. Morales is a family…
There is a new boss of the environment in New Jersey. Catherine McCabe has been appointed as the Acting Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. The NJDEP deals with many regulatory issues at the shore, everything from beach fill and dredging projects to public access.
A 29 year old Vineland man has admitted to charges that he stole a car in order to rob three banks bank in 2016. Nathan L. Wallace robbed the banks and in some cases used a revolver to steal the funds. The car was set on fire in an attempt to destroy the evidence. He…
A federal judge has tossed some of the charges against Senator Robert Menendez but allowed many charges to stick for a potential re-trial on a corruption complaint. United States District Judge William Walls denied requests by Menendez’ attorneys for an acquittal on all charges. The federal government plans to proceed expeditiously with the new trial.
A Lakewood man has started a petition to raise the legal speed limit on the Garden State Parkway to 75 mph. NJ.com reports that Mendel Rosenfeld has started the petition and has over 800 signatures on it already. Rosenfeld claims the Parkway can handle the higher speeds since many drivers travel at 75 mph illegally. …