Republican gubernatorial nominee Kim Guadagno says she would not change New Jersey’s gun laws, if elected. Guadagno told reporters this week that New Jersey already has some of the toughest gun laws in the United States. She says better enforcement of the current laws is on her radar.
A traffic accident involving a truck shut down both westbound lanes on the Atlantic City Expressway near Atlantic City Tuesday morning. One lane was reopened to traffic following the accident a few hours later. Police say traffic was diverted for safety as diesel fuel was spilled on the roadway.
Egg Harbor Township Police are looking for the suspects who participated in a home invasion robbery Tuesday night. Police say the men ordered a couple into their garage where they were tied and taped so the burglary could occur. The unidentified suspects left two handguns behind.
A Camden County woman remains in jail after she beat her boyfriend to death by using frying pans. Authorities say Maleia Cole beat her boyfriend to death by repeatedly hitting him over the head with frying pans in early September. The victim died three weeks after the beating.
Sad news coming from the Cape May County Park and Zoo today. Zara, a young female snow leopard who was introduced to the public three months ago has died after an acute illness. Zara’s mother and sister are now being monitored closely to ensure they remain in good health.
Westbound lanes of the Atlantic City Expressway just outside of the gaming resort were closed this morning due to an accident. There is a chance that westbound traffic could be closed for a few hours near the Convention Center. Motorists are advised to seek an alternate route.
The former owner and operator of Wildwood’s Firehouse Tavern has died at the age of 80. Frederick Maier passed away on Friday. Maier operated the bar in Wildwood for over 20 years. Funeral services are private.
Cape May City Police are supporting breast cancer awareness month by donning pink t-shirts to support the effort, under their uniforms. Police say if there is interest by the public in purchasing the t-shirts with all profits going to charity, they will make arrangements to do so.
Wildwood Catholic boys soccer coach Mike Saioni won his 100th career game as the Crusaders captured a 4-0 win on Tuesday afternoon. Saioni is one of the Crusaders’ top players of all time, and his team now finds itself undefeated and in first place in the United Conference with a 7-0 record. For more on…
Official public swearing in ceremonies will be held for two new Cape May County judges, Susan Sheppard and Christine Smith. The public ceremony will be held Thursday afternoon at the Old Court House Building on North Main Street. Sheppard used to serve as a freeholder, and as a surrogate.